There seems to be a severe outbreak of coronavirus in Saudi Arabia. As per the report produced by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday, due to some recent strains of this virus, one man had died and two others are critically ill.
According to WHO, other than these there are four more laboratory-confirmed cases of this infection, the novel coronavirus (NCoV).
The World Health Organization is observing `Save Lives: Clean Your Hands' day. On the day, Public Health Agency (PHA) is encouraging people to maintain hand hygiene.
Hand hygiene is vital to maintain health. Millions of people suffer from infections due to poor hand hygiene, but adoption of simple hand hygiene routine, one can prevent a number of infections.
A World Health Organization team will soon be done with its investigation on the spread of bird flu outbreak in Shanghai. The city is considered China's centre hub for bird flu outbreak.
China's Health Ministry has shared that the flu has been found among humans as well. As many as 102 cases have been registered in Shanghai, Beijing and in other provinces.
According to a recent report prepared by World Health Organisation (WHO) in lieu of the International Ear Care Day on March 3, today around 360 million people suffer from hearing loss. It says that as far as the older generation is concerned, almost one in three people calculating to a total of 165 million people worldwide, live with hearing loss.
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