Articles by Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

The Report In Blood

Serosurveys suggest high prevalence of Covid infection, but little indication that herd immunity is kicking in

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Billion-Dose Race

It won’t be before mid-2021 that a limited dose of Covid vaccine reaches various countries. Here are the top contenders among 36 vaccines in clinical trials.

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A Leap Over The Wall

Coronavirus joined forces with other maladies to push them to the brink. After battles fought over every inch, it slunk away, defeated. Nine survivors speak of their struggle and eventual triumph.

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Immunology Sales Pitch

Haldi milk, gilory juice, tulsi tea, vitamin C chewies—there’s more than you can chew in the immunity booster market

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Mixed Shots

Passing through: A chuckle here, a teardrop there

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God In The Act

The Centre tries to wriggle out of its GST commitment to states by blaming Covid

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The News

In case you missed it: News and newsmakers from India over the past week

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The Jail Is A Bungalow

Lalu Yadav serves up another samosa, with chutney, as he gets a lavish house and estate for isolated treatment. Kelly’s Bungalow, it’s called. And it comes for free.

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Job We Met, Online

The massive job loss due to the Covid lockdown has led to a spate of online portals and apps for job seekers, both government-sponsored and private

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‘The Pandemic Has Taught Me To Accept That You Are Not In Charge Of Anything Anymore’

Vir Das, host of India’s first lockdown comedy special for charity 'Inside Out', talks to Outlook about the home show and how it fared on a digital platform

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