COMBAT COVID Be a Hero !
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Zero !
Be a Hero , wear Mask Now

Watch now : "Beat the Virus, , Beat the Stress"
- A Webinar by Dr. Sudi and Dr. Asha Devanesan
on the COVID-19

”  Helping one person may not change the world ,  but it could change the world for that one person “

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Curated Q & A from our ‘Beat the virus Beat the stress’ webinar (31/Mar/2021)

Q . What is causing the variants to have more of a serious impact on the young adults?

Q. How long does the immunity last For Pfizer or Moderna vaccines?

Answer: Dr. Sudi: The greatereffecton young adults is because the variantis more virulent, easily transmitted andthere isovercrowding intheworkplaces for younger people. With the first dose of Pfizer and Modernavaccine, the immunity lasts for 12 weeks. After the second doseathird phase of the trial will continue where they will monitor the duration of the immunity.

+ To explore & enrich from more  insightful Q & A  ,

download  Q&A, BEAT THE VIRUS.pdf

  1. How Pfizer works :
    The German company BioNTech partnered with Pfizer to develop and test a coronavirus vaccine known as BNT162b2, the generic name tozinameran or the brand name Comirnaty. A clinical trial demonstrated that the vaccine has an efficacy rate of over 90 percent in preventing Covid-19.

More : https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/health/pfizer-biontech-covid-19-vaccine.html

 

2.  How AstraZeneca works :

The University of Oxford partnered with the British-Swedish company AstraZeneca to develop and test a coronavirus vaccine known as ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 or AZD1222. A large clinical trial showed the vaccine offered strong protection, with an overall efficacy of 76 percent.

More :  https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/health/oxford-astrazeneca-covid-19-vaccine.html

Let's combat COVID

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Let’s build together robust building blocks both mentally & physically to combat COVID .  Together We can …and  We will.

Maintaining Friendships & Staying Connected During COVID

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way that billions of people around the world are accustomed to living. With the introduction of various measures designed to keep us safe, we were all left wondering what impacts the lockdowns, quarantines, and social distancing would have on our mental health. As a university student who had my second year cut short in March 2020, I was especially worried about maintaining my friendships through a completely virtual school year. My favourite part about attending McMaster was always the comfortable feel of a small and intimate campus where you never felt alone. It was the place where I spent all of my time learning from my professors from the front rows of the lecture hall, where I spent late nights studying in the library the night before an exam with my friends, and the place where I made some of my most cherished memories through interactions with others.

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Covid Care at Home

WORRIED THAT YOU MAY HAVE THE COVID -19 INFECTION?

COVID-19 is a respiratory virus that spreads through phlegm or droplets or by touching something that had the virus on it.
Here are some guidelines which will make it easier for you to take the correct worry-free steps when dealing with Covid-19:
SYMPTOMS :
Do you have symptoms of being exposed to the virus?
While some people may experience flu like symptoms, others may have mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. People can spread the virus before they start showing symptoms and can remain infectious for 10 days or longer after the start of the symptoms. It is important that you do not ignore symptoms even if they are mild, to avoid spreading COVID-19.

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Be a Hero ...Wear a Mask !

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Be a Hero..Wear a Mask like a man not like Batman or Spiderman as their enemy is not our enemy ie., COVID.

COPING WITH CHANGE DURING COVID

Blog Series

They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.

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10 May, 2021

Coping with Change – COVID 19 Impact on my Undergraduate degree

Author : Priya Jain  | Graduate – University of Guelph I recently completed.
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03 May, 2021

Coping with change – Teaching in the time of COVID

Author : Sanjeev Chandra Professor  – Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering  |.
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02 May, 2021

Coping with Change – Maintaining Friendships and Staying Connected During COVID-19

Author :  Jassimar Kochhar The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way that.