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  • ISKCON thanks CM for taking steps against CoV

    ISKCON thanks CM for taking steps against CoV

    “We thank the CM Mamata Banerjee for providing us all necessary help in taking preventive measures and make the Gaur Purnima festival a grand success that was attended by close to two lakhs visitors”, said Suboto Das, media spokesperson of Iskcon, Mayapur.

    March 11, 2020
  • Ministry of AYUSH recommends homeopathy, ayurvedic, unani meds

    Ministry of AYUSH recommends homeopathy, ayurvedic, unani meds

    The advisory has recommended that homeopathy medicine Arsenicum album30 could be taken as prophylactic medicine against CoV infections.

    January 30, 2020
  • CoV: Don’t panic, say experts

    CoV: Don’t panic, say experts

    “Corona has been a common virus. It was found in 2003, and resurfaced in 2012- 2013. It has now revived again. It infects the respiratory system and directly attacks the lungs. There are talks about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). It is a more powerful strain that infects the lungs. The mortality rate increases in the case of elderly persons, children having preexisting diseases like diabetes and lung disease,” said Prof Sanjay Mallik of the department of microbiology, North Bengal Medical College and Hospital (NBMCH) in Siliguri.

    January 28, 2020
  • CoV: Screening camps set up on Nepal border

    CoV: Screening camps set up on Nepal border

    The state health department headed by the chief minister Miss Mamata Banerjee has decided to install camps at Panitanki, Pasupatinagar in Sukiapatti area and Mirik in order to monitor the health condition of people who enter into Bengal from Nepal using these three points along the border.

    January 26, 2020
  • CMOHs asked to report suspected coronavirus cases

    CMOHs asked to report suspected coronavirus cases

    Swasthya Bhaban, the health department headquarters at Salt Lake, has also directed the CMOHs to send suspected cases to the Infectious Disease (ID) Hospital at Beliaghata in the city for clinical observations.

    January 25, 2020