Disease X is 20 times deadlier than COVID-19: WHO

Disease X is 20 times deadlier than COVID-19: WHO

The potential consequences of not carefully monitoring the next pandemic are alarming – it could claim up to 50 million lives, reminiscent of the catastrophic Spanish flu outbreak of 1918–1919 that infected nearly one-third of the global population. Despite enduring three years of COVID-19 waves, the virus has become a familiar concern for health professionals. … Read more

Why WHO Quit India is trending, What’s the whole matter?

Why WHO Quit India is trending, What's the whole matter

Ground Report | New Delhi: Why WHO Quit India is trending; Negotiations on the new rules to deal with pandemics will begin at the World Health Organization (WHO), with the aim that in May 2024 the 194 member countries of the UN health agency adopt a treaty. A new pact is one of more than … Read more

What are the symptoms of Omicron?

What are the symptoms of Omicron

Ground Report | New Delhi: What are the symptoms of Omicron; An African doctor who was one of the first to warn of the spread of a new variant of Corona said that the symptoms of ‘O Macron’ are very mild. Dr Angelique Coetzee, head of the South African Medical Association, said he had seen … Read more

What we know so far about Omicron Variant

Covid 2022 year of NeoCoV, What Is NeoCov variant?

Ground Report | New Delhi: What is New Coronavirus Omicron Variant; The new variant B.1.1.529 of covid-19, detected for the first time in southern Africa, was classified on Friday as “worrisome” by the World Health Organization (WHO) and will bear the name “omicron”. What is New Coronavirus Omicron Variant It is known as B.1.1.529 and … Read more

E-waste poses threat to 30 million children worldwide: WHO


E-waste poses threat to millions of children, adolescents, and pregnant women Ground Report | New Delhi: E-waste poses threat; The World Health Organization (WHO) warned today that a “tsunami of electronic waste” not properly managed creates serious health risks for children, adolescents, and pregnant women. The information has come out in the report ‘ Children and … Read more

Explained: Not Indian Variant, it’s called “Delta”, WHO renamed Covid Variants in Greek words

third wave of Covid

For the time being this list was created and all variants are given Greek letters but in the future WHO may come up with another series list Ground Report | New Delhi: World Health Organization WHO renamed Covid variants in Greek alphabets to avoid stigmatization and released lists of new names for various covid strains … Read more

‘We are at war with Covid epidemic’: UN chief

What is IHU, the new variant of Covid-19

Ground Report | New Delhi: World Health Organization (WHO) annual gathering in Geneva on Monday, May 24, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said, We are fighting the Covid virus and to win this war we all have to use logic to fight the virus. ” In his inaugural address to the annual … Read more

Long working hours can be fatal, says WHO

Working long hours can lead to many health problems

Thousands of people die on an annual basis from long working hours: WHO Ground Report | New Delhi: The WHO’s research report has been published in a major journal, Environmental International. The research report focuses on the harms to human health caused by long working hours.  It also states that the long-term effects on human health … Read more

WHO’s India map ‘separates’ J&K and Ladakh with different colours

The World Health Organization (WHO) has shown Ladakh different from India in one of its maps along with Jammu and Kashmir. This color coded map is available on the official website of WHO. The Indian part is depicted in blue color, while Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are marked with gray color. There has been … Read more

Sweden’s different approach makes no difference…

Ayushman Ojha, Ground Report: Sweden chose to follow the herd immunity plan over complete lockdown implemented in other European nations like Italy, France and Spain to tackle coronavirus. The plan which WHO believed to be “reckless and dangerous” was claimed to be “best in the world” by Johan Giesecke, the nation’s former chief epidemiologist and internationally recognised … Read more