By: on September 8, 2021
If we compare viruses and cells (Especially human cells) I must say that if a cell is the size of a basketball. Viruses are very tiny. is equal to only one point The appearance of the virus is various, such as spherical (Coronavirus we are familiar with now) or may be in the shape of a rod or spiral อ่านต่อได้ที่  โรงเรียนบ้านควนเนียง นานาสาระ    ไวรัส
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By: on June 23, 2021
All speculations came to an end when lockdown 3.0 was announced yesterday by ministry of home and family welfare (MOHFW). This time, the decision was backed by scientific approach as per zones classified across India. As we are aware that MOHFW has classified geographical areas and districts across nation into 3 prime zones as Red (Cases growing every 24 hours), Orange (Cases growing every week) and Green (No cases reported in last 14 days). Based on this classification grounds, Govt. of India h...
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By: on June 23, 2021
More than half of the worlds population is under lockdown for more than a month now and this is expected to continue further in coming days. The next verdict on what would be called as Lockdown 3.0 will be announced by the government most probably on 3rd of May, 2020. But the trends shows not an affirmative answer for people who are expecting calling off of the restrictions or lockdown. The consumers who were searching more about travel, online food order or gym memberships are now shifting thei...
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By: on June 23, 2021
It's too tough for a travel hungry souls to stay confined between the walls and it gets tougher when we mock on to those idiot box channels who don't have anything to show except for their rising infection charts across the nation and world wide. Every mornings be like there would be some ray of hope or someday when we can wake up with the sign that things are working fine and we can have a ball like ever before. Watching landscapes over the screens is something that brings relief to travel enth...
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By: on June 23, 2021
"This too shall pass."- A ray of hope sparks our minds as we read this proverb. Everyone's suggesting ways to stay motivated and also find ways to grow during this lockdown due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Improving upon internal business solutions for better tomorrow is what everybody is focusing upon. Indian Railways can also use the current crisis as an opportunity to create a new business model by overhauling its passenger and freight segments, and that there are three areas the railway may foc...
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By: on April 23, 2021
Coronavirus. disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people infected with the COVID-19. virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illness.. The best way to prevent and slow down to be w...
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By: on April 4, 2021
CORONA, California (April 04, 2021): As of 11:00PM PST, over 200,000 name submissions have been received for “Rename the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus”, a contest launched on March 15, 2021 by The City of Corona, California and Constellation Brands’, owner of popular beer brand Corona. New entries will continue to be accepted through April 15, 2021.   “This may seem like a trivial issue to some, but with vaccines beginning to roll out across the world giving hope, we thought this was a great way to i...
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By: on February 24, 2021
The outbreak of COVID-19 also known as coronavirus spreads like wildfire and the effects of it are felt within all industries. Public gatherings, as well as conferences, have been canceled and travel plans are being delayed. Many businesses feel the effects of the outbreak both in a positive and a negative way. Transport companies, restaurants along with the fast-food industry suffer from a dramatic decrease in customers. On the other hand, industries that produce soap, hand sanitizer, and bl...
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By: on February 23, 2021
Medical PPE Kits The term 'PPE Kits' generally refer to a Medical PPE Kits nowadays, since the global pandemic has emerged. These Medical PPE Kits are meant to cover one's body entirely and ensure that they can work there without being exposed if the wearer is in an infectious environment. These PPE Kits generally include one full-body plastic suit, gloves, shoe covers, masks, or face shields. They're usually for one time use and are typically made of plastic with a coat of wax sometimes. ...
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By: on January 22, 2021
The making of vaccines against the deadly Covid-19 virus will be showcased during the Republic Day parade on January 26 at Rajpath in New Delhi. [br] [br] [br] ...
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By: on December 16, 2020
After months of patiently waiting, most businesses in Scotland are now opening again with appropriate COVID-19 precautions and following their industry’s new Health & Safety COVID-19 regulations. In most cases, this means keeping staff and customers 2 metres apart and where necessary wearing appropriate PPE such as face masks. Most business owners will be honest in saying that they are still worried about being shut-down again due to their staff or customers contracting COVID-19 or due to a l...
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By: on September 8, 2020
As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, customers have adjusted to the increasing environmental, economic, and political landscape changes. Like Google summarizes in its Covid-19 Ads Playbook; currently, we are seeing three major changes: Shock change – A sudden change in customer behavior that is not likely to sustain over time (such as an increase and decrease in searches around phrases like “Schools closing” when quarantine orders rolled out.) Step change – An unexpected change in behavi...
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