Eligibility Criteria in Chicago Is Set to Expand by 29th March

Residents of Chicago have been waiting for their turn to become eligible to make an appointment at vaccination camps. Chicago is still in Phase 1B, which lets people over the age of 64 and essential frontline workers get the vaccine, and other people are waiting for their turn desperately. However, the news came in as […]

Illinois and Chicago to Advance Further in Vaccination Phase in a Few Days

The most asked question currently in Chicago, Illinois is: When will I get the COVID vaccine? To the relief of citizens, it was announced by J.B Pritzker that the eligibility phase will expand to all the residents over the age of 16 outside of Chicago in April, which is just a few days away. Before […]

5 Myths Around Covid-19 That You Need to Ignore

One of the most worrisome obstacles in our journey of defeating the coronavirus pandemic are myths. Somewhere on earth, someone said something out of fear of the virus, and a whole set of people started believing it without any evidence. We understand that people try to be extra careful, which is good, but it also […]

How Digital Technology is Helping the Identification of Coronavirus

Covid-19, a global pandemic, has an extremely high transmissibility rate. Many argue about Covid-19 being stable due to vaccine, but the truth is that vaccine is not developed and deployed in enough quantity that could make millions of people immune to coronavirus. So far, vaccine is being distributed in US states in “phases” where only […]

The USA May Be Riding Towards the Fourth Wave of Coronavirus

Some countries in the world went into the second wave of coronavirus, some were never fully recovered and faced the third wave. Countries who were stable when the territories near them were battling with the Covid-19 are now battling themselves with the insurgence of coronavirus. However, the case is the worse with USA. The country […]

Coronavirus and the Third Wave in USA

Although the world isolated itself as much as possible, the threat of Covid-19 has not ended yet. Despite socially distancing ourselves for a whole year, the virus is noticeably reviving itself. People have sacrificed their comfort, energy, enjoyment, their jobs and education, and millions of people even sacrificed their lives, but we are still not […]

Coronavirus and Its Impact on Education

Ever since the infectious virus named COVID-19 has been diagnosed in people, and is identified by health experts to be able to transmit through mouth and nose, educational institutions have been shutting down. That is because educational institutes—colleges, schools, and universities—are crowded places, and they were becoming the reasons of virus transmission among the students. […]

COVID-19: What It Is and How Far It Has Gone

The COVID-19 is an infectious disease which was originated in Wuhan province of China at the end of the year 2019. Crowds in Wuhan’s market allowed the virus to travel through humans—from animals, allegedly—and by time it started expanding among people, the situation got out of control. Virus started to roll out of the small […]

Coronavirus: The Development and Distribution of Vaccine

The world has been deeply drowned in COVID-19 pandemic. As health organizations are working twenty-four-seven to track the fatality rate, the distribution of medical supplies and the development of effective vaccines is an ongoing process. Ever since the virus has turned out to be a life-threatening factor, World Health Organization has been working together with […]

The Word of Advice Around COVID Medications Other Than Vaccine

Specifically, there were no medications recommended by health professionals that could possibly lower the damage of COVID-19 in the patient’s body. The most common symptoms of coronavirus are flu, fever, and cold—a patient could take medications for these symptoms but they won’t necessarily work to reduce the infection of the virus. Since there is no […]