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Russian Corona Vaccine Gets Health Care Officials Scrutinized

The Russian Corona vaccine was developed in collaboration with the Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Novosibirsk Neurological Institute, Russia.

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The Russian Corona vaccine was developed in collaboration with the Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Novosibirsk Neurological Institute, Russia. The developer and manufacturer, which are still unknown, describe it as a vaccine with a unique cell-dependent adjuvant structure. In short, the new vaccine stands out because it mimics the proteins from the amniotic fluid.

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After the tests on mice, the scientists found that the vaccine for COVID 19 has the potential to act as a good replacement for existing vaccines. It can offer protection against COVID19, namely diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, Haemophilus influenzae type b, cytomegalovirus, parainfluenza, and other bacterial and viral infections. The effect can last up to two years.

The vaccine does not use any ABO type or Aqua Piperab-9. This is because the vaccine lacks protein adjuvants. With this vaccine, a live virus is introduced in the body and the patient is not poisoned. However, the effect is temporary.

As part of the study, the researchers took part in several experiments, including research on normal test subjects, test subjects with side effects, and testing the reactions to the vaccine among immunocompetent adults. The testing revealed that these individuals respond well to the vaccine.

One test subject received the vaccine orally twice a week for three months. According to the scientists, the level of amniotic fluid in her body, and the location of the infusion increased. The ovalbumin content was also decreased, and the newborn baby’s brain showed an improvement. This is the first time a vaccine that works well against infectious diseases has been tested in babies.

On the other hand, some other subjects were not able to handle the vaccine, and they experienced reactions like numbness, facial pain, eyes, and lips reddening, coughing, nose bleeds, and a fever. One subject died of leukemia after the testing. According to the researchers, the scientists did not know the reason behind the victim’s death.

Later, some more news were published. They pointed out that the results of the study do not imply that the vaccine for COVID19 is useful for all kinds of infections. In this case, it was shown that the vaccine for COVID19 showed the potential to fight against two types of infection: the bacteria MERS and the yeast Candida. In the future, the researchers want to take their vaccines to other individuals.

For the time being, though, the vaccine is still under tests, and it will be presented in more detail in future. The health minister of Russia, Trofim Dekovic, says the vaccine is based on innovative approaches to the development of vaccines and will have a long term effect.

He also stated that his ministry would cooperate with other nations to make the vaccine available worldwide. The vaccine is expected to be ready in 2020.

However, although the vaccine has received public attention, it is not available to all. Children and pregnant women are excluded from receiving the vaccine, while the elderly and the immunocompromised will receive the vaccine.

So far, no one knows who made the Russia Corona vaccine, nor do they have plans to develop other vaccine vaccines. There is no mention of any licensing process for the vaccine.

The health care officials involved in the research at the Novosibirsk hospital tell us that the vaccine is very promising. They say that the researchers worked for more than nine years and completed the trial successfully.

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Christmas 2020 & Global Pandemic | Christmas at Home Ideas

There is no doubt that Christmas 2020 is going to be different. This year has been greatly overshadowed by the on-going Covid 19 global pandemic and unfortunately,

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Christmas 2020 Idea For a Lockdown Celebration

There is no doubt that Christmas 2020 is going to be different.  This year has been greatly overshadowed by the on-going Covid 19 global pandemic and unfortunately, we may well see another wave of infection as the cold and flu season creeps in. However, don’t cancel Christmas 2020 just yet, as there are plenty of ways to celebrate at home with your loved ones, without risking infection. In fact, one thing that the global pandemic has taught us is how precious life is and what we take for granted everyday. So this year, it’s time to plan some creative ways to celebrate Christmas at home.

Global Pandemic & Cold & Flu Season

The global pandemic has had a massive impact on the economy and on many industries. Not only is this virus a major health concern, but it is also causing companies to close down, mass unemployment and is changing the way we socialise, shop and work. One of the main problems with this particular virus is that it is so contagious and the symptoms are very similar to those of the common cold. Affecting people differently, it is difficult to tell whether you have the virus or not. As the cold and flu season arrives, keeping track of the infection rate and treating patients with Covid 19 along with those with symptoms of cold and flu will become incredibly difficult. Covid 19 is an airborne pathogen and can be transmitted through tiny droplets in the air. When someone coughs, sneezes or even talks within a close proximity to you, or you touch a surface which has been contaminated by these tiny droplets, you can quickly become infected too.

This is why it’s increasingly  important to monitor your own health and limit your risk of contracting this deadly virus. So, rather than attend Christmas parties, go out for Christmas drinks and head to the high street to shop for gifts and presents, this year it is far better to celebrate Christmas at home and opt for a more traditional Christmas celebration. So, we’ve put together some creative ideas and inspiration to get you in the festive spirit for a lockdown Christmas.

How to Celebrate Christmas 2020 at Home

Christmas should be a time that we spend with loved ones. Making memories, relaxing together and forming family traditions. We live in such a fast paced, technologically advanced world, that when it comes to spending time together as a family, we can often be distracted easily with gadgets and screens. Make Christmas 2020 a time for tradition, spending time together and living in the moment, rather than scrolling through Instagram or sitting in front of a screen. Let’s take a look at some of the best ways to celebrate Christmas at home and some traditional Christmas ideas that have been long forgotten.

Traditional Christmas Ideas

There are plenty of fun family activities that you can do that don’t involve buying presents or going to see Santa Claus, that will still get children excited for Christmas 2020. Here are some wonderful and traditional Christmas ideas that you can bring back to life this year.

Hot Toddy or Mulled Wine and Hot Chocolate

For adults only, this traditional Christmas drink not only tastes delicious but it’s actually prepared during the cold and flu season to help soothe common symptoms such as coughs and sore throats. To prepare a Hot Toddy, which according to old wive’s tales, helps to treat a common cold or fight off the flu, mix whisky with lemon, honey and hot water. Lemon and honey can help relieve congestion and prevent dehydration and the spices help sooth a sore throat. The alcohol is also thought to help you sleep. For a festive mulled wine, gently simmer on a low heat, red wine with cinnamon, brown sugar, clove and orange juice. Serve both drinks hot and with a slice of lemon or orange and a cinnamon stick to garnish.

For children, get creative and make festive hot chocolate to enjoy while watching a Christmas movie. To make a hot chocolate extra special, use whipped cream, sprinkles and marshmallows. Add a candy cane to garnish and get cosy as you watch a family movie together.

Look at Christmas Lights

There is nothing that says Christmas more than the twinkle of Christmas lights and decorations on a house. Yet, due to the on-going global pandemic, you may not wish to risk heading to a  Christmas light switch on this year.  To avoid any Christmas crowds and to reduce your risk of infection, make hot chocolate in a thermal flask, pack some festive treats and drive around your neighbourhood and take in the Christmas lights. This is a magical experience and is free to enjoy. Plus, you will be avoiding any potential risk of infection as you’re protected while inside your vehicle.

Make a Gingerbread House

This is a wonderful and delicious Christmas at home activity that will take a couple of hours to do and will also teach young children how to bake. You can either buy a ready to assemble gingerbread house and decorate it with candy and sweets, or you can have a go at baking the gingerbread house yourself. As a simple alternative, you can make gingerbread men using cookie cutters and ask younger children to help decorate them.

Play Family Board Games

For many families, playing board games in the run up to Christmas marks a time to catch up, laugh and get competitive. Whether you enjoy a game of Monopoly, a festive quiz or you prefer Charades, Christmas 2020 is the perfect opportunity to plan a couple of family games nights and get out the boardgames. This also helps bring family members together and teaches key life skills to those who are young. Make sure to prepare some snacks and drinks and celebrate Christmas at home with your family. 

Make Your Own Wreath

A traditional Christmas wreath is a great family activity to do together and will give your home a festive feel. To make a traditional Christmas wreath, you first need to form the shape by using cardboard or wire. Once you have a hoop that is strong and secure, you can start creating your festive wreath by adding leaves, pine cones, poinsettias, ribbon or other decorative items such as candy canes and baubles. Hang your wreath on your front door to give your home a festive makeover.

The Gift of Health

The most important and valuable gift of all for Christmas 2020 is health. The global pandemic has taken so many lives worldwide so far, and those who have survived the deadly virus are still suffering with on-going health issues. The gift of health is the best Christmas present you can give your family this year and all you need to do is to follow healthcare advice, reduce your exposure to others, stay at home as much as possible and wash your hands on a regular basis. By doing this, you are putting your loved ones first and protecting those who are more vulnerable in society from the spread of infection. So, make Christmas 2020 memorable for all the right reasons by celebrating the festive season at home with your loved ones.

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