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With the US fast becoming the new epicentre of the novel coronavirus, a shadow has been cast over the country’s presidential elections which will be held later this year. Amid the coronavirus crisis, US President Donald Trump’s approval ratings are among the highest of his presidency. Forty-four per cent of Americans support Trump’s oversight of the pandemic, in line with his overall 43% approval rating. That’s at the high end for the Republican president during his more than three years in office. The coronavirus pandemic, which has already killed more than 4,000 Americans and shut down much of the US economy, is the most urgent and unpredictable crisis of Trump’s presidency. The coming weeks will likely shape how Americans view…

CID returns to television: Phir ek baar dekhiye aapke chaheete officers ko

Friday brings a surprise for CID fans, as ACP Pradyuman is returning to television with senior inspectors Abhijeet and Daya and the rest of his team. The last episode of the show aired two years ago on October 27, 2018, and now the makers have decided to re-telecast it amid the novel coronavirus lockdown. The official handle of Sony TV announced the same on Instagram and wrote, “Phir ek baar dekhiye aapke chaheete officers…(sic).” The makers shared that CID will air from Monday to Friday at 10:00 am on Sony TV. However, they didn’t mention the start date in the post. In two other Instagram stories, the makers also shared certain trivia about the show. Like how the 111th episode…

Ramesh Aravind’s Shivaji Surathkal to re-release post coronavirus lockdown

Director-actor Ramesh Aravind’s Kannada film, Shivaji Surathkal, hit the screens on February 21, along with Popcorn Monkey Tiger and Aadyaa. The film went on to garner huge appreciation from both critics and audience. However, it was not fortunate enough to have a long theatrical run due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Even before the 21-day lockdown, which was imposed by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to curb the further spread of the virus, the entire film industry came to a halt and new releases were postponed. Now, it looks like the makers have decided to re-release the film post coronavirus lockdown. The film had its release in 70 screens across Karnataka and became popular by word of…

Akshay Kumar to Hrithik Roshan: Celebs promote Maharashtra Govt’s ‘Talk 1 on 1’ initiative

After donating to Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to fight the novel coronavirus, Bollywood celebrities are taking to social media to promote Maharashtra Government’s ‘Talk 1 on 1’ initiative. The State Government has introduced a helpline number to assist people who are facing mental health issues during quarantine. Akshay Kumar promoted the initiative on Twitter and wrote, “Put your distress to rest. The government of Maharashtra, BMC and Mpower 1on1 have created a free helpline to ensure that you don’t feel alone. Call 1800-120-820-050 to speak to a mental health professional. #LetsTalk1on1 @mybmc.” Put your distress to rest. The government of Maharashtra, BMC and Mpower 1on1 have created a free helpline to ensure that you don’t feel alone. Call 1800-120-820-050…

Coronavirus lockdown: Neha Dhupia shares adorable family photo with Angad Bedi and Mehr

Bollywood celebrities are staying indoors with their families and urging their fans to do the same amid the nationwide 21-day lockdown. Announced by PM Narendra Modi on March 24, the lockdown orders were given to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. On Friday, actress Neha Dhupia shared an adorable family photograph with husband Angad Bedi and daughter Mehr. In the photo, Neha is sitting near the window and her daughter Mehr is seen pointing towards her. The mother and daughter duo seem to be engaged in a conversation while Angad Bedi takes a nap with his head resting on the lap of a giant stuffed panda. Sharing the photo on Instagram, “Neha Dhupia wrote, MOOD …. #day10 #lockdown #lockdownlove.”…

Coronavirus: SBI warns employees of action over online posts against bank operations

The State Bank of India has warned its employees against posting content on social media that is critical of the country’s largest lender over its functioning in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. In a recent letter to chief general managers of all circles, SBI also said action will be taken against employees who take to social media platforms to write messages disparaging the bank, its management and policies, sources said on Friday. “We have seen a spurt in social media posts pertaining to functioning of the bank’s branches and offices… There have been many such posts critical of the bank not closing down operations in context of the COVID-19 outbreak, little appreciating the role of the bank at such…

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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 transmission is be well informed about the COVID-19 virus, the disease it causes and how it spreads. Protect yourself and others from infection by washing your hands or using an alcohol based rub frequently and not touching your face.

The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it’s important that you also practice respiratory etiquette (for example, by coughing into a flexed elbow).

At this time, there are no specific vaccines or treatments for COVID-19. However, there are many ongoing clinical trials evaluating potential treatments.What is COVID-19