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Novel coronavirus outbreak: Indian government issues travel advisories...

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New Delhi/IBNS: At a time when an infection with a novel coronavirus has been reported from China, the Indian government on Friday issued to travelers visiting the neighbouring nation.
Authorities of China's Wuhan admit new Coronavirus can transmit human-to-human
Beijing/Sputnik/UNI: The health authorities of the Wuhan city in the central Chinese province of Hubei have admitted that human-to-human transmission of the newly registered type of coronavirus is a possibility to not be ruled out despite no explicit evidence available at the moment.
UN health agency urges China to continue search for source of new virus, as Thailand case ...
New York/IBNS: It is “essential” for China to continue investigating the source of a previously unknown strain of coronavirus, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared on Monday, following confirmation that an infected patient is being treated in Thailand.
Improved diagnosis and treatment for patients with anaemia: Study
London/IBNS: Ambulatory care specialists at the University of Birmingham are working with Vifor Pharma UK Limited (VPUK) to develop and implement a population-based anaemia diagnosis and treatment decision support service for routine healthcare delivery.
Centre prohibits E-cigarette in higher educational institutions
Guwahati/IBNS: The Union government prohibited electronic-cigarette and parts thereof through promulgation of The Prohibition of Electronic Cigarettes Ordinance, 2019.     
More international support needed to curb deadly measles outbreak in DR Congo
New York/IBNS: Countries are being asked to step up assistance to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) which is facing the world’s worst measles epidemic, with more than 6,000 deaths since the start of last year.
Spread of polio still an international public health concern
New York/IBNS: The spread of polio internationally remains a global public health concern, experts meeting in Geneva have concluded.
Hospitals in Hong Kong report 21 Wuhan-related pneumonia cases: Authority
Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: Public hospitals in Hong Kong have identified 21 cases suspected to be related to the recent pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan in Central China, the city’s Hospital Authority said in a statement on Monday.
Kota Hospital: Children death continues
Jaipur/UNI: There seems to be no end to the deaths of children at Kota's JK Lon Hospital.
Investing in health workers yields ‘triple dividend’, WHO chief says in New Year’s m...
New York/IBNS: At the start of the new year and new decade, the head of the United Nations health agency thanked “the brave health workers” around the globe and asked that the world do better in supporting them.
Year of the Nurse and the Midwife highlights ‘backbone’ of health systems
New York/IBNS: The world will need an additional nine million nurses and midwives to achieve the commitment of providing all people with access to health care by 2030, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned.
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