Questions & answers pertaining to various aspects of #COVID19
A few studies have found abundant coronavirus RNA in hospital bathrooms and suggested that flushing the toilet can spread the viral particles far above the toilet seat.
The availability of clean air and water is already under stress worldwide due to several natural and human-induced triggers.
The researchers claim that the hyperinflammation and cytokine storm detected in children with MIS-C is different from that observed in adults.
A study has found that SARS-CoV-2 can infect the placenta of a pregnant woman.
Scientists are continuously searching for valid reasons for the loss of smell during COVID-19 infection.
A recent study by scientists at Imperial College London points out the possibility of explosion of malaria death numbers in Africa during the current pandemic.
A blend of two human antibodies exhibited promise in animal tests for preventing and treating COVID-19.
Studies have found that a few people who have never been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 also have memory T cells in their body.
Scientists at Yale School of Medicine, Connecticut, USA have developed a new testing method that uses saliva as the sample.
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