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Ban gatherings of over 10 people to contain COVID-19 spread instead of lockdown, recommends Lancet's India Task Force

Ban gatherings of over 10 people to contain COVID-19 spread instead of lockdown, recommends Lancet's India Task Force

It also asserted that these measures "must be done beyond the current binary discussion on a lockdown"

COVID-19: Two-month ban on all indoor gatherings to curb spread of virus, recommends Lancet's India Task Force

COVID-19: Two-month ban on all indoor gatherings to curb spread of virus, recommends Lancet's India Task Force

Lancet has also cited the ongoing surge to religious, political events, elections and social gatherings

COVID-19 transmission more indoors than outside: Lancet study

COVID-19 transmission more indoors than outside: Lancet study

A new assessment in the medical journal Lancet has found "consistent, strong evidence" that the SARS-CoV-2 virus is predominantly transmi...Read More

Breast cancer rates rising rapidly around the world: Lancet

Breast cancer rates rising rapidly around the world: Lancet

Although breast cancer is thought to be a disease of the developed world, almost 50 per cent of breast cancer cases and 58 per cent of de...Read More

HCQ, Modi and Trump: The curious case of the Lancet paper written by a small US company that made waves

HCQ, Modi and Trump: The curious case of the Lancet paper written by a small US company that made waves

The authors of a controversial study published in The Lancet journal linking the use of malaria drug hydroxychloroquine with increased de...Read More

IMA slams Lancet for Kashmir editorial

IMA slams Lancet for Kashmir editorial

Indian Medical Association (IMA) said the British medical journal has no locus standi on the matter and has committed "breach of propriet...Read More

Alcohol intake in India up 38 percent this decade: Lancet

Alcohol intake in India up 38 percent this decade: Lancet

London: Alcohol consumption in India increased from 4.3 litres a year per adult to 5.9 litres in 2017, a growth of 38 per cent, says a st...Read More

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