Joe Biden, Donald Trump celebrate Thanksgiving quietly at home as US COVID-19 pandemic rages

Joe Biden, Donald Trump celebrate Thanksgiving quietly at home as US COVID-19 pandemic rages | World News

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del./WASHINGTON: Democratic President-elect Joe Biden and sitting Republican President Donald Trump, like millions of Americans, were celebrating Thanksgiving quietly at home on Thursday, as the coronavirus pandemic raged across the United States. Biden was spending the holiday in the small seaside town of Rehoboth, Delaware, where he and…

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Saudi Arabia’s PIF Signs Another Cheque For Reliance, This Time Rs 9555 Crore For The Retail Arm

New Delhi: The year 2020 has been a challenging year for most industrialists due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to lockdowns and a cascading effect on the economy, leading to job losses worldwide. But it’s not right for Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries (RIL), which has raised about Rs…

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US Presidential election 2020: Barack Obama accuses Donald Trump of being egoistic, says he did not take pandemic seriously

US Presidential election 2020: Barack Obama accuses Donald Trump of being egoistic, says he did not take pandemic seriously | World News

Pittsburg: Former US President Barack Obama has accused his successor Donald Trump of focused on feeding his ego, saying he did not take the significant problem of coronavirus pandemic seriously and had time to worry about other things. Making a last pitch on Saturday to get his former vice-president and…

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Oral antiseptics, mouthwashes may inactivate human coronavirus: Study | Health News

Pennsylvania: Certain oral antiseptics and mouthwashes may have the ability to inactivate human coronaviruses, suggested a recent study conducted at Penn State College of Medicine. The research finding indicated that some of these products might be useful for reducing the viral load, or amount of virus, in the mouth after…

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Next year will be the greatest economic year in US history, says President Donald Trump

Next year will be the greatest economic year in US history, says President Donald Trump | World News

Washington: US President Donald Trump has predicted that the American economy will soon recover from the coronavirus-induced economic slowdown and that the next year will be the greatest economic year in the country’s history. Republican incumbent Trump faces a stiff challenge from the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, Joe biden, in…

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Haemophilia patients face tough time in accessing treatment due to COVID-19 pandemic | Health News

Mumbai: The medical infrastructure has shifted quickly towards managing Covid-19 patients, resulting in less emphasis on non-covid patients such as Hemophilia patients. The low disease awareness amongst patients and lack of accessibility to specialists are critical factors that make the Haemophilia patients furthermore vulnerable. Patients with Hemophilia are having a…

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UAE firm nears end of Chinese COVID-19 vaccine trial, hopes to manufacture it next year | Health News

Abu Dhabi: A United Arab Emirates company is nearing the end of Phase III clinical trials of a Chinese COVID-19 vaccine and hopes to manufacture it next year, a representative said. The trial, which began in mid-July, is a partnership between Sinopharm’s China National Biotec Group (CNBG) and Abu Dhabi-based…

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Patients hospitalised with COVID-19 are younger, healthier than influenza patients: Study | Health News

Washington: Patients hospitalised with COVID-19 were more likely male, younger, and, in both the US and Spain, had fewer comorbidities (condition of having multiple diseases at the same time) and lower medication use than hospitalised influenza patients according to a recent study. The study was published by the Observational Health…

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COVID-19 patients may experience ‘brain fog’, other neurological symptoms after recovery: Study | Health News

Washington: A new report suggests that people who recover from COVID-19 infection may experience “brain fog” and other neurological symptoms due to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), an effect observed in past human coronavirus outbreaks such as SARS and MERS. People who have recovered from COVID-19 sometimes experience lingering difficulties in…

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As the second-wave of Coronavirus flares up, these countries plan another lockdown

As the second-wave of Coronavirus flares up, these countries plan another lockdown | World News

The coronavirus infection showing no sign of end has yet again troubled the world where people are now calling it as onset of the ‘second wave of virus’. Many countries that imposed strict lockdown during the month of March had started unlocking public places with certain guidelines. However, seeing the…

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