कोरोनावायरस सफलता Italian वैज्ञानिकों ने दुनिया का पहला COVID-19 वैक्सीन विकसित करने का दावा किया है

इटली के शोधकर्ताओं की एक टीम ने बुधवार को दावा किया कि उन्होंने सफलतापूर्वक एक वैक्सीन विकसित की है जो उपन्यास कोरोनावायरस को शामिल कर सकती है जो COVID-19 का कारण बनता है।

रोम: इटालियन शोधकर्ताओं ने बुधवार को दावा किया कि उन्होंने सफलतापूर्वक एक वैक्सीन विकसित की है जो कॉवोवायरस का कारण बनने वाले उपन्यास कोरोनावायरस में मदद कर सकती है। एक रिपोर्ट के अनुसार, नया टीका SARS-CoV-2 वायरस पर काम करने की संभावना है जो दुनिया भर में तेजी से फैल गया है।

चूहों पर किए गए परीक्षणों से पता चला कि टीके में एंटीबॉडी होते हैं जो मानव कोशिकाओं पर काम करते हैं, वायरस को संक्रमित करने वाले लोगों को अवरुद्ध करते हैं। शोधकर्ताओं की टीम ने आगे पाया कि पांच वैक्सीन उम्मीदवारों ने बड़ी संख्या में एंटीबॉडी उत्पन्न की, और दो को सर्वश्रेष्ठ परिणामों के साथ चुना।

रोम में संक्रामक रोगों के लिए लाज़ेरो स्पल्ज़ानानी नेशनल इंस्टीट्यूट फॉर रोम में शोधकर्ताओं द्वारा किए गए सफलता के विकास खतरनाक सांस की बीमारी के इलाज के लिए शिकार में दुनिया भर में परीक्षण किए जा रहे सैकड़ों प्रयोगात्मक टीकों में सबसे अधिक दिखाई देने वाली प्रगति में से एक हो सकते हैं। COVID-19 से अब तक कम से कम 254,532 लोग मारे गए हैं, क्योंकि पिछले दिसंबर में पहली बार चीन में इसका प्रकोप हुआ था, और 195 देशों और क्षेत्रों में 3,629,160 से अधिक मामलों की पुष्टि हुई है।

Tata Motors share price zooms toward Rs 100 mark, gains 20% in trade today

अरब न्यूज़ ने बताया कि ताकीस के सीईओ लुइगी औरिसिचियो ने दवा विकसित करने वाली फर्म ने कहा कि कोरोनोवायरस उम्मीदवार के टीके ने पहली बार मानव कोशिकाओं में वायरस को बेअसर कर दिया है।

इटली की समाचार एजेंसी एएनएसए के हवाले से कहा गया है कि इटली में बनाए गए उम्मीदवार टीके के परीक्षण का यह सबसे उन्नत चरण है। इस गर्मी के बाद मानव परीक्षणों की उम्मीद की जाती है।

रोम के संक्रामक-रोग स्पैलनजानी अस्पताल में किए गए परीक्षणों के अनुसार, टीका में चूहों में उत्पन्न एंटीबॉडी हैं जो मानव कोशिकाओं पर काम करते हैं।

“जहां तक ​​हम जानते हैं कि हम दुनिया में पहले हैं जो अब तक एक वैक्सीन द्वारा कोरोनोवायरस के निष्प्रभावीकरण का प्रदर्शन करते हैं। हम मनुष्यों में भी ऐसा होने की उम्मीद करते हैं,” औरिसचियो ने कहा।

रिपोर्ट के अनुसार, वर्तमान में बनाए जा रहे सभी टीके उम्मीदवार डीएनए प्रोटीन स्पाइक की आनुवंशिक सामग्री पर आधारित हैं। इन वैक्सीन उम्मीदवारों को तथाकथित “इलेक्ट्रोपोरेशन” तकनीक के साथ इंजेक्ट किया जाता है, जिसमें एक इंट्रामस्क्युलर इंजेक्शन होता है, जिसके बाद एक संक्षिप्त विद्युत आवेग होता है, जो वैक्सीन को कोशिकाओं में तोड़ने और प्रतिरक्षा प्रणाली को सक्रिय करने में मदद करता है। शोधकर्ताओं ने कहा कि यह वैक्सीन विशेष रूप से फेफड़ों की कोशिकाओं में ‘स्पाइक’ प्रोटीन के खिलाफ कार्यात्मक एंटीबॉडी उत्पन्न करने के लिए प्रभावी बनाता है, जो कोरोनोवायरस के लिए सबसे अधिक असुरक्षित हैं, शोधकर्ताओं ने कहा।

टीम ने कहा कि उन्हें गर्मी के बाद मनुष्यों पर इसके टीके का परीक्षण करने की उम्मीद है।

इस बीच, महामारी के बाद से देश में कोरोनोवायरस के मामलों की कुल संख्या 213,013 हो गई है।

Science must form key part of India's COVID-19 response

As India slowly prepares to lift the lockdown, its vast population will have to build and exercise important new habits such as physical disturbances, wearing masks and maintaining hand and facial hygiene. The virus spreads to a large extent, depending on how effective and permanent we bring about these behavioral changes. We propose the ‘MINDSPACE’ framework and require behavioral science within ethics as soon as the lockdown ends.

What will happen to people’s behavior after a few weeks? Some people may find no harm in being normalized by engaging in ‘risky’ behavior after a difficult lockout. It is ‘fatigue’, ie boredom that follows a new imposed behavior and is likely to be given by people. Practices such as ‘just one night out with friends’, ‘I don’t feel like wearing a mask today’ or ‘I’ll quit washing my hands this time’ can’t be considered comfortable. Nevertheless, this voice in our head gets right every time we say ‘I will do nothing’. Additionally, as individuals, we severely underestimate how our behavior affects the collective.

Broadly speaking, there are two angles from which we can think about behavior change. First, what the affected individuals think consciously based on the information available (‘System 2’ thinking). Second, we focus on how we can influence the automatic contexts that people take action by changing the context of (system 1 ‘thinking). Here, we explore the applicability of the MINDSPACE framework, an easy book developed by the Behavioral Insights Team (BIT) in the Indian context. It was developed to help policy makers in the UK incorporate behavioral science into public policy decisions. MINDSPACE is a simple epidemic: messenger, incentive, norm, omission, salary, instigation, affect, commitment and arrogance.

The Messenger Effect describes how people are affected by the way they communicate information. India, with its large and diverse population, needs major influencers to voice the importance of preventive behavior in a way that resonates with people from socio-economic groups. An example is a video made by the BCCI where cricketers call themselves ‘Team Mask Force’. The information, when conveyed by such personalities as politicians, sports persons or film actors, can help arouse cultural and patriotic feelings, rallying people for more than themselves.

The latter includes another technique that has been exposed in the epidemic, namely affected. It stimulates action using emotional associations, as we saw on March 22 when citizens across the country clapped for front-line professionals. Further, Ego states that humans behave in ways that make them feel good about themselves. Messaging that advocates responsible behavior ticks both of these boxes, not only for themselves, but also for the welfare of one’s family. For example, caring for the elders in our homes and taking care of the domestic workers by not cutting their wages, speaks of the Ego element.

When it comes to designing messages, attention is drawn to the novel and the contextual meaning of silence. Ase hello over handshake is a catchphrase that can stick; Police in Haridwar used an actor dressed as ‘Yamraj’ to spread awareness and urged people to adopt necessary behavior. Such key messages can be disseminated and reinforced through various channels – television, radio and other media as a public safety declaration. It is essential for everyone to understand that the end of lockdown is not a sign that COVID-19 has been erased.

People’s behavior changes if they come in contact with some sightseeing, words or sensations. This is called priming. Since people are favored in environments where attentional and attentional features influence their decisions, policy-makers can be ‘choice architects’ and by putting cues in the environment, people are given a favorable ‘default behavior’ Can inspire Examples include installing public sinks and liquid soaps next to bus stops in Kerala, which automatically wash people their hands once they land. People have adopted physical disturbances by drawing circles at intervals of one meter on the road near the counters of vegetable and grocery stores. Such measures should be adopted across India to positively influence the behavior of people.

In the last few weeks, we have all invested in the fight against COVID-19. Once the lockdown is over, it is necessary to bring to the minds of the people how far we have come and will show the way forward. This will ensure a commitment to maintain people’s social security, avoid unnecessary nights, and so on. As more people adopt precautionary behavior, they will provide a visual cue that has changed social norms.

Rushing out of coronavirus lockdown is laden with risk

Tuesday also marked the second day of what some parts of the media called ‘lockdown 3.0’ – the version of the nationwide curfew so far features the greatest degree of ban on citizens living in green and orange areas.

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Although Tuesday’s numbers represent fresh cases and deaths, only for a solitary day – for an inadequate sample size – something they serve to do serves as an indicator of what might happen. If Indians break away from the lockdown and leave their homes without care in the world.

There are lessons to be learned from the experience of the Japanese island of Hokkaido, where it was initially believed that COVID-19 was a threat in timely lockdown. It may be recalled that Hokkaido Province declared a state of emergency in other parts of the country on February 28, a month before Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (on 7 April).

By 19 March, however, Hokkaido – believing that the curve had flattened and matters were decreasing – had lifted its own curfew and life was beginning to return to normal. A second wave of infections caused another lockdown. Hokkaido Medical Association President Dr. Kiyoshi Nagase told Time, “Now I regret it, we should not have raised the emergency earlier.” The magazine also quoted Kazuo Suzuki, vice-dean of International Politics at Hokkaido University, as saying, “That’s what we know now: even if you control the first wave, you can’t relax.”

Before the Indian government relaxes the current lockout, it would be better to visit the Hokkaido example.

Spike in COVID-19 cases due to aggressive testing

Gujarat was one of the last states in India to record its first coronavirus infection in the month of March, but earned a suspected difference in registering the highest single-day death due to the virus – 49 on Tuesday. Positive cases now stand at 6,245 with 368 deaths.

Following rumors about bus service to Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, scores of migrant workers came out on the streets to remain on the roads in the state’s commercial centers – Ahmedabad and Surat on Tuesday.

As infection and mortality in the state rose, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, in an exclusive interview with Firstpost, spoke about his administrative preparedness to deal with the epidemic, the use of plasma therapy, the third phase of lockdown, the migrant labor crisis. I talked Resuming economic activities in the state and more. Edited excerpts:

What is the Gujarat government’s approach to lockdown 3.0?

We have taken a two-pronged approach. First, ensuring the safety and health of our citizens, for which we identified low-case hotspots and areas. The hotspot areas were sealed and movement was restricted under the cluster control strategy.

The second approach ensures adequate availability of essential goods and services in the state. We did not let this lockdown affect our supply of food grains, fruits, vegetables, milk, medicines and other medical supplies, and these are available in sufficient quantities across the state.

Through a robust supply-chain mechanism, we have ensured that store-owner shelves have sufficient supplies and that people are able to access them. While the citizens of Gujarat are cooperating, our police personnel are on alert to maintain law and order and strictly enforce the lockdown. On the other hand, our prominent COVID warriors – doctors, medical staff and police – are fiercely protecting the infected.

We are very strict with the red areas and continue the lockout in the hotspot districts of Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhavnagar and Gandhinagar. However, following the MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) guidelines, small businesses and standalone shops in red and orange and green areas are given some leeway.

Botad, Bopal, Khambhat, Bareja, Godhra and Umreth, which fall in the red zone, have not been provided with any other freedom related to essential commodities.

The Municipal Corporation of Jamnagar and Junagadh, and 156 other municipalities will be granted the necessary permission to resume industries and units as per the guidelines of the Center and Industry. The relaxation in the green zone will be in accordance with the MHA guidelines, so that social distance and safety can be taken into consideration. No movement of any kind will be allowed from 7 pm to 7 am in any area of ​​Gujarat. License liquor shops and tobacco shops will be closed in all the districts across the state to prevent crowd of people.

This is an important scenario, and we are cautious in granting any exemptions beyond the permission given to industrial units and businesses.

Gujarat initially had very few COVID-19 positive cases and fatalities. The first case was registered on 19 March, about a month and a half after India’s first case. How did it become the second state after Maharashtra in such a rapid number of cases (6,245)? And why is Ahmedabad responsible for the bulk of infections and deaths in Gujarat?

Okay, the first case was registered on March 19, but the government had already started taking preventive measures from early March, keeping in mind the influx of travelers in Gujarat throughout the year.

As a pre-emptive measure, we introduced thermal screening at our airports and any passenger returning from a COVID-19 affected country was closely monitored. About 30,000 people were evicted from the screening after the screening. Suspected cases were investigated and only a few were found positive. This is the primary reason that Gujarat did not see a sudden increase in COVID-19 cases immediately after the first case was reported.

The number of cases started increasing after the Tablighi Jamaat incident. As soon as we came to know about the infected people entering Gujarat, we started identifying them, but by then they had come in contact with their friends and family in large numbers. In fact, most of the cases are from residential areas of the people of Ahmedabad who participated in the Markaz program in Delhi.

Currently, the spike in cases is due to an aggressive testing strategy. Our health department teams are going to every nook to conduct these tests, be it hotspot areas or infected areas of all districts. Therefore, the number is proportional to the density of population in these areas.

International Labour Day 2020 Why we celebrate May Day

International Labor Day is an official public holiday in various countries worldwide. It is celebrated every year to pay tribute to the contribution of workers around the world. It is popularly known as May 1 or May Day, celebrated in countries like Cuba, India, China.

Origin of May Day in India

May Day is also known as Labor Day or International Workers’ Day. May Day has different origin stories in different countries. However, the common theme in all countries is a working class against the exploitation they were subjected to.

In India, the first May Day was celebrated in Madras (now known as Chennai) by the Labor Farmers Party of Hindustan on 1 May 1923. It was also the first time the red flag was used for the first time in India as a symbol of Labor Day.

The day is associated with labor movements for communist and socialist political parties. In Hindi, Shramik Divas is also known as Kamgar Divas or Antrashatriya Shramik Divas, Kamgar Divas in Marathi and Uzhipalar Naal in Tamil.

May 1 is also Maharashtra Day and Gujarat Day. On this day in 1960, after Bombay (now Mumbai), the two states were divided on linguistic basis.

During the era of industrialization, American industrialists exploited workers by giving them the opportunity to work for 15 hours. It was only on May 1, 1886, that the working class came together and rebelled against this unjust system and asked for paid leaves, good wages and a fair holiday. That is why May Day is celebrated every year.

'Finding Nemo' Story Artist Rob Gibbs Dies At 55, Fans Say He Made Their Childhood Happy

The entertainment industry has lost Pixar’s storyteller, Rob Gibbs, a producer. Many have childhood memories associated with films such as Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo, Inside Out, Onward, Monsters, Inc. and Incredibles. Rob Gibbs worked in the entertainment industry for 20 years. He died at the age of 55. The cause of Rob Gibbs’ death is still not known.

Rob Gibbs was popularly known for his contributions to several successful and famous Pixar films. Rob Gibbs’ credits include the 2008 short film Tokyo Matter and Matter’s Tall Tales and Tales from Radiator Springs, among others. Rob Gibbs is a resident of San Rafael, California. Rob Gibbs reportedly lived with his daughter Maryam, who has voiced Boo in the iconic Monsters, Inc. films.

Reportedly, Rob Gibbs was inspired by Looney Tunes and Poppe as a child. Rob also told a news publication that he started appreciating short films after adding Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation in La Jolla, California. Daniel Chong, an American artist, but better known on Cartoon Network as the production of We Beers Byers, mourned the loss of the late producer Rob Gibbs. See her tweet below.

Rishi stopped the storm of Rajesh Khanna, following the visible path of Khwaja

Rishi Kapoor, the third generation actor of India’s first family of Hindi film industry, said goodbye to the world on Thursday. At the same time, on the strength of his acting talent, where the storm of success of Rajesh Khanna, considered Bollywood’s first superstar, had stopped, Rishi was also firmly in the thunderstorm of century superstar Amitabh Bachchan.

Here, Rishi Kapoor’s successful life as an actor has an indirect connection with Panipat. It is worth noting that for Rishi’s father Raj Kapoor, Hindi film producer, director, writer, journalist Khwaja wrote films like Awara, Shri 420, Jagte Raho, Mera Naam Joker etc. Raj Kapoor used to call Khwaja Saheb as my voice, while Khwaja used to visit Kapoor’s house, Khwaja recognized Rishi Kapoor’s acting talent during his visits and Raj Kapoor’s childhood role on Rishi in the movie Mera Naam Joker Orchestrated, the sage also did not disappoint Khwaja. Khwaja Ahmad Abbas was a resident of Panipat.

Time passed and my name Joker movie flopped badly, Kapoor family’s film proved to be zero today, Raj Kapoor family was badly engulfed in economic challenges, while Prithvi Raj Kapoor and his wife died. The Raj Kapoor family, surrounded by all-round challenges, was supported by Khwaja Abbas Ahmad and got Raj Kapoor to produce a Bobby film, devising an ambitious plan to launch Rishi Kapoor into films. Here, seeing the adorable age hero, the bored public took over the age of 14 to 17 ie Teenage Love Story film Bobby and Rishi Kapoor became the first Teenage Hero in the country. Bobby became one of the 20 most successful films in the country and won 15 awards in various categories, ending the financial crisis of the Raj Kapoor family.

At the same time, Rishi Kapoor’s first film as a hero started the trend of Teen Age Love Story to Bollywood, which was followed by sons of famous actors, leaders Sunny Deol, Kumar Gaurav, Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Bobby Deol , Hrithik Roshan, Fardeen Khan etc. stepped into the film industry and earned a name. At the same time, the Teenage Love Story clutch is still running from the film industry. While Rishi never looked back on his acting talent and hard work, he also publicly thanked Khwaja Ahmed Abbas several times. Here, with aging, the acting talent of Rishi Kapoor, who was suffering from cancer, became unmatched and he left the world at the age of 67, leaving an imprint on his acting audience.

Today’s Google Doodle lets you play theremin with virtuoso Clara Rockmore

The interactive virtual experience, which celebrated the 105th anniversary of Theermine Punyoso’s birth and all-round legend Clara Rockmore when first launched in 2016, allows you to “play” the instrument with your mouse, selected scales and Construct pitches in octave. – which can be easily changed to “Settings” cog.

If you want to go, click on the Google logo, and press play arrow and you enter lesson 1. The wonderful Clara Rockmore herself, as Doodle, proceeds to teach you the first note (Lesson 1), then the next couple notes (Lesson 2), and then a few more notes from Saint-Saens’s ‘The Swan’ (Lesson 3 ) From the carnival of animals.

Doodle Rockmore then gives us a short rhyming treatment of the entire first phrase of the piece. And after that, you are free to “Enjoy the Thermin Now”.

In the above settings cog, you can also turn off “Easy Mode” and the names of the notes disappear. You can also change the key and choose the type of scale. All are in the company of Sundar Clara, who stands on the left and plays. It is really sweet.

Google Lock is reliving the 2016 game today as part of its initiative to celebrate its most popular interactive doodle to help combat lock boredom.

“As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people and families everywhere are spending more time at home,” Google says. “In light of this, we’re introducing a Throwback Doodle series in some of our popular interactive Google Doodle games!”

Who was Clara Rockmore?
Clara Rockmore “made music out of thin air”, to quote Chaps on Google. He was a Russian-American violin prodigy, who at the age of four became the youngest student to enroll in the St. Petersburg Conservatory. In 1921, when the family moved to the US, he enrolled at the Curtis Institute of Music.

Tendonitis in her bow bone began to affect her violin playing, and this is where Theremin came into being. He met Leone Theremin, the inventor of the instrument, and worked with him on learning and refining the instrument (he convinced Theremin that it should be made. More responsive and offering five-octave notes instead of three) , Became its most prolific player and quickly practiced.

She toured extensively with the orchestral playing the instrument and released a commercial recording called The Art of the Theremine. The album was produced by Bob Mog and Shirleigh Mog (Bob Mog Robert Moog, inventor of the Moyog synthesizer).

In 2016, Google marked the 105th anniversary of Rockmore’s birth with virtual Theremine Google Doodle with artist Robinson Wood, interaction designer Kevin Burke, and engineers Will Knowles and Chris Home, and it again with a coronavirus lockdown on Thursday, April 30 Released from.

What is a treatment?
Thermin, invented by Léon Theremin, was one of the earliest electronics used exclusively to make music.

The device works by amplifying an electric current, which produces a sound when interrupted by a player’s hands. The frequency is altered by the jointing and movement of the player’s hands between the two antennas, making it the only instrument that does not use a contact to play.

It produces a terrific sound and as such has been used prominently in the science fiction film soundtrack, including Micaulles Rossa’s Spellbound and The Lost Weekend and Bernard Herrmann’s The Day the Earth Sood Still.

Tata Motors share price zooms toward Rs 100 mark, gains 20% in trade today

In Thursday’s trade report, Tata Motors was the biggest gainer on the Nifty. Its UK arm Jaguar Land Rover has restored three-quarters of its budgetary production in China. Tata Motors’ share price on BSE rose 20% to Rs 93.75 from its previous close of Rs 78.15. The stock has gained 25.56% in four days. Tata Motors shares opened up 10% at Rs 85.95 today. It closed up 19.13% at Rs 93.10 on the BSE. The stock on the Nifty rose 19.96% to close at Rs 93.75.

Large cap stocks are above the 5-day and 20-day moving averages, but less than the 50-day, 100-day and 200-day moving averages. The market capitalization of Tata Motors increased to Rs 33,492 crore in today’s business.

A total of 77.19 lakh shares of the firm changed hands with a turnover of Rs 69.12 crore on BSE.

The stock has dropped 56.54% in the last one year and 49.7% since the beginning of this year. However, it has increased by 36% in the last one month.

The BSE Auto Index also lost 5.96% or 750 points to close at 13,349 today. The Nifty Auto Index rose 6.45% or 357 points to 5,901 points in today’s trading.

According to a news report in Mint, the Cheng Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Company Limited or CJLR’s manufacturing plant in Chengshu, which gradually began operating from the third week of February, has expanded its production capacity to 75% pre-Kovid-19 levels. Has been restored.

CJLR is a 50:50 joint venture between China’s Chery Automobile Company Limited and Tata Motors subsidiary JLR. JLR also exports cars to China.

JLR plans to gradually start production at other plants from 18 May, with its Solihull (UK) plant and other facilities in Slovakia and Austria.

In a related development, the Indian auto firm plans to issue Rs 1,000 crore of non-convertible debentures (NCDs). Tata Motors said that NCDs would be issued in three installments and a special committee of the company’s board would be convened on 5 May.