In whatever part of India you may live in, flies and mosquitoes will certainly be a part of your surroundings. Apart from the dirt and diseases they cause, their buzzing sound and merely their presence is often irritating. Hence, it is very important to get rid of them in the best way possible. There are multiple ways to get rid of mosquitoes and flies like nets, liquid repellents, etc. But these liquids may emit harmful chemicals that have adverse effects on your health. Thus, we have mentioned here some machines that will serve all your purposes: Exhaustic Eco Friendly Electronic LED Mosquito Killer Highly effective and amazing, the Exhaustic Eco Friendly Electronic LED Mosquito Killer silently traps the mosquitoes without disturbing your sleep even a bit. It is a lightweight mosquito trap that is very easy to handle and clean. The powerful airflow of the fan of the machine can make vortex to kill mosquitoes safely and easily by air drying and … [Read more...] about Mosquito Killers And Fly Catchers To Make Your House Totally Insect Free
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Source: Apple What you need to know Apple has announced there are 350 Swift Student Challenge Winners. The winners come from a total of 41 different countries. Apple has highlighted some of the winners in a Newsroom post. Apple today announced that there are no fewer than 350 WWDC20 Swift Student Challenge winners coming from as many as 41 different countries. Apple also shared some of those winners and their stories in a new Newsroom post . Apple highlighted three teenagers who created some impressive apps for the challenge, including one that is designed to make it easier for people who have been sexually assaulted to seek help when they need it. For Sofia Ongele, 19, who just finished her sophomore year at New York's Fordham University, her focus for change lies at the intersection of tech and social justice. ReDawn, her first iOS app, is a powerful example. After one of her college friends was sexually assaulted during her freshman year, Ongele created … [Read more...] about Apple announces its WWDC20 Swift Student Challenge winners
In conjunction with its WWDC virtual developer event , Apple held a Swift Student Challenge where students 13 and older were invited to create Swift Playgrounds projects. Apple has announced that there are 350 winners from 41 countries, but has chosen to highlight the efforts of three students who have done much more than create a Swift Playgrounds project. Sofia Ongele, Palash Taneja, and Devin Green all “view challenges in the world as opportunities to effect change,” as the Apple release says. Sofia Ongele built the iOS app ReDawn to help survivors of sexual assault. “I wanted to make something that makes this process less isolating,” she said. Palash Tangeja built a web-based tool that uses machine learning to predict how mosquito-borne diseases like dengue fever would spread, after having contracted the disease himself. His entry to the student challenge was a Swift playground that teaches coding while simulating how a pandemic moves through a population, showing how … [Read more...] about Apple announces WWDC20 Swift Student Challenge winners
The story so far: More than 20 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in India so far. However, as the vaccination drive gains momentum, questions have emerged about appropriate behaviour after being vaccinated. In the United States, last week, Texas removed its mask mandate and lifted all other COVID-19-related restrictions. In India, the Union Health Ministry on Friday said six States — Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi — were reporting a surge in new cases. Health officials said the rise in the number of cases across States could be because of the negligence that has set in regarding established COVID-19 protocols. Can the mask come off? Whether it is okay to lose the mask now is a question that some people have been asking; others feel confident in shedding their masks, after two, or even just one shot of the vaccine. However, not wearing a mask would be a bad idea, say experts. At various places, infection clusters have … [Read more...] about The Hindu Explains | What changes after COVID-19 vaccination?
The Thai Red Cross has stated that the coronavirus found in a horseshoe bat population in Thailand is not a strain that is transmissible to humans. The report comes after several reports from China’s propaganda machine suggested that the Covid-19 pandemic may have originated in Chachoengsao, Thailand. “They are in the same family [of coronaviruses], but they do not cause Covid-19. As of now, there is no evidence to show that the strain we found in bats [in Chachoengsao ] can be transmitted to humans,” said Supaporn Wacharapluesadee, a researcher with the Thai Red Cross Emerging Infectious Diseases-Health Science Centre. “However, we do need to carefully monitor its development because many emerging infectious diseases began in bat species.” The respected researcher — who is an expert on emerging infectious diseases in bats — made the statement after reports published by a Russian news agency said researchers have found a new strain of coronaviruses in a Thai bat colony in … [Read more...] about Zero Evidence Thai Horseshoe Bats to Blame for Covid-19 Outbreak