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BEFORE VACCINATION

Get the right information 

Since a lot of misinformation concerning vaccines is available on the internet, it’s important to get your information from reliable sources like UNICEF and WHO. If you have questions about whether you should receive the COVID-19 vaccine, speak to your doctor.

To avoid any potential side effects, those with the following health conditions should not get the COVID-19 vaccine or consult a doctor:

  • If you’ve ever had a serious adverse reaction to any of the COVID-19 vaccine’s components
  • Contact your doctor right away if you have symptoms of COVID-19

Consult your physician

Consult your health care provider before your appointment if you have ever had a severe allergic reaction to a vaccine or if you have any questions about your current medications.

Make sure you look after yourself

To feel your best on the day of your immunization, get a good night’s sleep and drink enough water.

POST VACCINATION

Stay for the purpose of observation

To ensure that you don’t have any immediate reactions, the health care practitioner should monitor you for around 15 minutes after the vaccine is given.

Be ready for side effects

A vaccine is intended to provide immunity without exposing you to the disease. Normally, it’s possible to gain immunity without experiencing any side effects, but it’s also common to experience mild-to-moderate side effects that resolve on their own.

Also Read: How can we boost our immune system in this pandemic?

Following immunisation, you may experience the following mild-to-moderate adverse effects:

  • The injection site is sore after the injection
  • Fever (mild)
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Aches in the muscles or joints
  • Diarrhea 
  • Chills

If any of your symptoms persist for more than a few days or if you have a more serious response, call your doctor right once.

Patience is a virtue

 Immunity takes time to develop. 15 days after your second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, you will be deemed completely immunized.

Make sure you and others are safe

While these vaccines are proving to be highly efficient at protecting people from significant COVID-19 sickness, we’re still learning whether a vaccinated person can still spread the virus even if they don’t display symptoms. As a result, it’s critical to continue taking precautions to protect yourself and others, such as avoiding crowded settings, maintaining physical distance, handwashing, and wearing a mask.

Disclaimer:

This information is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice. Your doctor should be consulted for any medical advise. Dr. B Lal accepts no responsibility for the contents of this information, despite the fact that every precaution was taken in its development.


Every year on December 1st, World AIDS Day is observed to memorialize those who have lost their lives to the virus, to unite communities fighting the disease together, and to remove stigma against HIV-positive people. It’s also a chance for public and private organizations to work together to raise awareness of the disease’s diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.

Let us discover more about the disease, the theme for the World AIDS Day 2021, and the steps that can be undertaken to prevent its spread.

THE THEME FOR 2021

This year, the theme centers around- ‘End inequalities. End AIDS. End pandemics.

The topic emphasises that, as much as the deadly virus impacts people, the disease’s societal stigma also harms them to a larger extent. As the global pandemic worsens inequality and services are disrupted, HIV patients’ lives are becoming increasingly difficult and complicated.

Also Read : Omicron, a New Coronavirus Variant

Four decades after the first cases of AIDS were reported, HIV persists as a global threat. Today, the world is not on track to achieve its common goal of eliminating AIDS by 2030 due to inadequate knowledge or instruments to combat the disease, but rather to structural inequities that impede HIV prevention and treatment methods.

SIGNIFICANCE OF TESTING

Every person who may be at risk of contracting HIV should get tested, according to the World Health Organization. Simple and inexpensive quick diagnostic tests, as well as self-tests, can be used to detect HIV infection. HIV testing services must adhere to the 5Cs: consent, confidentiality, counselling, accurate results, and linkage to treatment and other resources.

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People who get diagnosed with HIV should be offered and linked to antiretroviral treatment (ART) as soon as feasible after diagnosis, and clinical and laboratory parameters, including a test to assess virus in the blood, should be followed on a regular basis (viral load). 

STEPS FOR ITS PREVENTION 

Take an HIV test

Before you have sex, talk to your partner about HIV testing and get tested.

Select sexual behaviours that are less likely to spread the virus

Having sex without using a condom or without taking HIV prevention or treatment medications is the most common way for HIV to spread.

Have less number of sexual partners 

The more partners you have, the more probable you are to have a partner with HIV that is poorly controlled or a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Both of these conditions can make you more susceptible to HIV.

Get tested for STDs and treated if necessary

Insist on having your partners checked and treated as well. If you have an STD, you’re more likely to contract HIV or spread it to others.

Discuss PrEP with your doctor 

PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis) is an HIV prevention strategy for people who are HIV-negative yet at risk of contracting the virus. When used as prescribed, PrEP is very successful at preventing HIV. 

Do not inject any drugs. 

If you do, make sure to use only sterilised drug injection equipment and water, and don’t share your equipment with others.

Disclaimer:

This information is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice. Your doctor should be consulted for any medical advise. Dr. B Lal accepts no responsibility for the contents of this information, despite the fact that every precaution was taken in its development.


How it was named

WHO recognised the variety B.1.1.529 as a variant of concern and called it Omicron on November 26, 2021.  This conclusion was made, based on information that Omicron contains various mutations that could affect how it acts, such as how easily it spreads or how serious the illness it causes.

What we know about the new covid variant

Many aspects of Omicron are being studied by researchers in South Africa and around the world, and the findings will be shared as soon as they are available.

How transmissible is it?

It is unclear whether Omicron is more contagious (simpler to spread from person to person) than other varieties, such as Delta. In areas of South Africa, afflicted by this variation, the number of people testing positive has increased, but epidemiologic studies are planned to determine if this is due to Omicron or other factors.

How severe is it?

It’s unclear whether Omicron infection causes more severe disease than infections caused by other variations, such as Delta. According to preliminary data, hospitalisation rates are rising in South Africa, however this could be due to an increase in the general number of people becoming infected rather than a specific Omicron related illness. As of now, there is no evidence that the symptoms associated with Omicron differ from those associated with other variations.

Vaccine and its effects on the new variant 

COVID vaccinations serve an essential role in preventing the spread of coronavirus, and the new strains only complicate their effectiveness.

As of now, the new COVID variant Omicron has been the subject of much concern because it is believed to have 30+ mutations in the spike protein, which may make existing COVID vaccinations less effective.

Given that vaccinations are designed to detect and destroy the virus’s spike proteins, the multiple mutations in spike protein only make it more difficult for vaccines to detect and neutralise new variations, making them less effective. However, more data is still awaiting for the same. 

How should people prepare themselves?

People can help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus by: 

  1. Keeping a physical gap of at least 1 meter between yourself and others
  2. Using a mask with good fitting
  3. Increasing ventilation by opening windows
  4. Avoiding crowded or poorly ventilated areas
  5. Ensuring clean hands at al times
  6. Sneezing or coughing into a tissue or bent elbow
  7. Getting vaccinated 

Disclaimer:

This information is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice. Your doctor should be consulted for any medical advise. Dr. B Lal accepts no responsibility for the contents of this information, despite the fact that every precaution was taken in its development.

WINTER IS COMING, ARE YOU PREPARED?

All year long, health and wellness are important. There are, however, some health issues that are more prevalent at particular times of the year and need special attention. For example, if sunburns and heat strokes are high in summers, then winters call for flu and heart health problems

To keep your health in check this winter, we’ve put up a list of a few typical winter health issues and how to properly combat them. This way, you can prepare yourselves for winter and enjoy the holiday season without getting sick.

Seasonal Flu

The flu virus can make you sick at any time of year, but it is most common during winters. Washing your hands can help prevent the flu virus from spreading. However, getting a flu shot is the most critical thing you can do to help prevent the spread of the flu.

Pneumonia

Pneumonia is a bacterial infection that frequently occurs after a cold or flu. If your cold or flu symptoms do not improve after a few days, make sure to consult your doctor.

Heart Problems

In the winter, heart attacks are more common because the cold temperature raises blood pressure, putting a burden on the heart. If at all possible, stay inside your home to avoid this. Keep your primary rooms warm, add extra blankets or clothes as needed, and dress warmly while going out. You should also eat a nutritious diet and exercise regularly to keep your body warm. 

Asthma Attacks

Patients with asthma may get asthma episodes when exposed to cold, dry air. Take any medication that your doctor has given, and have your rescue inhaler with you at all times. Consider exercising indoors and avoiding intense exercises in the open.

Joint Pain

Although more common in arthritis patients, in rare circumstances, a sudden drop in temperature can cause joint pain and immobility. Make sure you’re dressed warmly. Exercise to keep your body warm, especially during the cold months.

REMEMBER!

Regular health check-ups can help, allowing you to take the required and timely steps to stop a seasonal health illness from spreading. If you are feeling uneasy and do not know what to do, reach out to a doctor. Once the doctor has identified the disease based on the symptoms, he or she will prescribe the appropriate tests and medication to ensure that the problem does not worsen.

Disclaimer:

This information is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice. Your doctor should be consulted for any medical advise. Dr. B Lal accepts no responsibility for the contents of this information, despite the fact that every precaution was taken in its development.


With the motto of Serving Best & Serving All, and continuing the legacy of trust & care, we are pleased to announce the reduction in prices of most frequent & routine tests to make our services even more affordable. The initiative marks our commitment towards Patient Care, their convenience & affordability.

Test NameOld PriceNew Price
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT( CBC/HAEMOGRAM)300250
GLUCOSE (F)7050
CREATININE180120
GLUCOSE (PP 2 Hrs.)7050
GLYCATED HAEMOGLOBIN A1c (HbA1c)550400
TSH 3rd GEN-THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE300250
GLUCOSE (R)7050
CRP (QUANTITATIVE)450400
SGPT (ALT)180120
THYROID PROFILE600500
KFT-KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST750550
LIPID PROFILE700550
LFT-LIVER FUNCTION TEST750550
SGOT (AST)180120
URIC ACID180150
UREA180120
ELECTROLYTE450400
VITAMIN B12 (CYANOCOBALAMIN)950750
HBsAg / HEPATITIS-B SURFACE ANTIGEN / AUSTRALIA ANTIGEN450350
RA FACTOR QUANTITATIVE 500400
HIV 1+2 ANTIBODY + P24 ANTIGEN500400
CALCIUM180150
FREE THYROID PROFILE (FT3, FT4, TSH)800600
PROLACTIN450350
PSA650500
VITAMIN D (25 Hydroxy Vit D)16001200
WIDAL250200
MALARIA PARASITE BY RAPID CARD(pLDH BASED VIVAX & FALCIPARUM)400300
ANTI CCP /ANTIBODY to Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide13501200
FERRITIN700600
HCG QUANTITATIVE (SERUM)600500
TTG-IgA1050800
CHOLESTEROL TOTAL180130
HIV RAPID METHOD500400
T4 TOTAL (THYROXINE)200150
HBsAg RAPID METHOD450350
PROTEIN180150
BLEEDING TIME & CLOTTING TIME180120
IMMUNOGLOBULIN E600400
SODIUM180150
RPR/VDRL250200
TESTOSTERONE600500
BILIRUBIN200150
FSH-FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE450300
ANTI HCV ANTIBODY / TOTAL ANTIBODY TO HEPATITIS C900600
FREE T4 (FREE THYROXINE)300200
LH-LUTEINIZING HORMONE450300
POTASSIUM180150
PHOSPHORUS180150
T3 TOTAL (TRI-IODOTHYRONINE)200150
CK-CREATINE KINASE400300
GLUCOSE (PG 2 Hrs.)7050
AMYLASE400300
ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE180150
DIGITAL SPINE LS (AP/LAT)500450
ANTI THYROID MICROSOMAL ANTIBODY / ANTI THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODY (TPO)950600
LIPASE450350
ESTRADIOL550500
DOUBLE TEST FOR DOWN SYNDROME SCREEN TEST22002000
IRON STUDIES750600
IRON350250
INSULIN (FASTING)800500
DIGITAL CERVICAL (AP & LAT)500400
CA-125900800
ALBUMIN180150
Hb ELECTROPHORESIS900800
DIGITAL KNEE BOTH JT (AP / LAT) 2 FILM900700
T.E.C. & V.E.C.230240
BUN180120
PROCALCITONIN22002000
C-PEPTIDE (FASTING)900600
INTACT PTH-PARA THYROID HORMONE (PTH)1300900
HIGH SENSITIVE CRP (hS CRP)500400
PROGESTRONE550500
APTT-ACTIVATED PARTIAL THROMBOPLASTIN TIME450350
CORTISOL MORNING550400
RUBELLA (GERMAN MEASLES) (IgG)500300
CEA-CARCINO EMBRYONIC ANTIGEN700600
DENGUE NS1 (ELISA)900700
TORCH PANEL (IgM)16001200
AFP-ALPHA FETO PROTEIN750600
DENGUE NS1,ANTIBODY (IgM, IgG) ELISA22001800
AMMONIA1000800
IMMUNOGLOBULIN A600400
TYPHOID IgG+IgM ANTIBODY(RAPID TEST)500400
DIGITAL KNEE (AP / LAT) (R)500400
ANTI THYROGLOBULIN ANTIBODY (ATA)950600
TRIGLYCERIDE250200
DIGITAL DORSAL SPINE (AP / LAT) VIEW550450
DIGITAL KNEE (AP / LAT) (L)500400
RUBELLA (GERMAN MEASLES)(IgM)500300
NT-ProBNP25001800
HCV RAPID METHOD900600
DHEA-SULFATE700600
ACE (ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME)1000800
ANTI CARDIOLIPIN ANTIBODY / ACLA – IgG800700
ANTI CARDIOLIPIN ANTIBODY / ACLA – IgM800700
BMD (HIP AND SPINE)20001500

While COVID-19 continues to spread its rage over the world, positive recovery rates have given hope to people that it’s not the worst disease to fight. However, post-Covid care needs to be taken seriously, even after a person has tested negative for the virus. A large number of people are recovering from Covid-19 infection after they tested covid positive. Though medications help covid19 patients overcome health complications, some of the recovered coronavirus patients have been facing post-recovery complications.

Importance of Post Covid Health Checkup

After post-covid, most individuals do gain sufficient antibodies which prevent chances of reinfection. However, it’s still not conclusive as to how long immunity can last. Reinfection cases have been documented as well. More so, for people who are in the high-risk category, or are old, taking preventive measures to further protect immunity can be quite helpful. Hence, it is important to not take post covid infection lightly.  While we know the guidelines that suggest wearing masks and maintaining social distance, some of the remarks can help a patient maintain holistic wellness and boost immunity.

Things you need to do after having recovered from coronavirus infection

Exercise Consistently

Exercising might be troublesome in the starting while you’re recovering, because your body is weak, however, gradually bringing it to your everyday schedule will make you both mentally and physically strong.

Have a Nutrition Diet

Food eases the path to recovery. The right nutrition food will help you gain your strength back in days. Make sure your diet includes plenty of proteins such as legumes, lentil soup seeds, boiled eggs, nuts, and chicken stew. Proteins repair the body. Eat small portions for easy digestion. On a daily basis eat 1 fruit. Drink more water each day to stay hydrated.

Play Memory Games

The virus infection may cause damage to your memory cells. In order to regain the lost attention, analytic thinking abilities, and memory, invest some of your days’ time in playing memory games, puzzles, and activities that make you think harder.

Check Your Blood Oxygen Level

It is important to continue monitoring your blood oxygen saturation level with your oximeter. Even if you have recovered from Covid infection, there could be lung damage that you don’t know of. If so, your oxygen level will differ and dip below 90. You will need to visit the doctor.

Post Covid Suraksha Package

After recovering from SARS-CoV-2 infection, it is important to go through certain tests if you are having or had any severe form of Covid-19. Most of the people facing many types of post covid complications after recovering from covid infection. This is why health professionals are suggesting going for a post covid health checkup. Dr. B. Lal Clinical Laboratory has introduced a new package(Post Covid Suraksha Package). The Post Covid Suraksha Package is tailored to monitor vital parameters for a safe and total recovery.

Conclusion

Now we all understand the importance of post covid health checkup. Consult your physician before doing anything because every patient has a different situation. If you want more information then call us at 9166125555 or visit www.blallab.com.

Also Read: How to Get Vaccinated, What is SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein IgG Antibody Test

The First COVID-19 vaccine was given to the healthcare and frontline workers which was launched on 16th January, 2021. After the first phase, Senior citizens over 60 years of age and individuals above 45 years with comorbid conditions were the second group who received COVID-19 vaccine. Recently on 1st May 2021, The third phase of the COVID-19 vaccination 18-44 year-olds has started.

The government of India has opened the next phase of coronavirus vaccination. Now all the citizens above the age of 18 can get vaccinated. Registering yourself for COVID-19 vaccine, You can go to the government’s CoWin platform –  cowin.gov.in. After the deadly second wave of coronavirus, the Centre had said that all Indian adults are eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. Now it is mandatory for the 18-44 age group to register themselves on the CoWIN portal as per the guidelines given by the government.

Covid-19 Vaccine Registration Process

To get a vaccine people of 18-44 first have to register themselves online on the CoWin platform . However, people above 45 years of age can choose to either register online or directly walk-in to the CVC but to avoid any inconvenience and have a hassle-free experience it is suggested to book an appointment online.

  • Log on to www.cowin.gov.in / CoWin App
  • Enter your mobile number.
  • Get an OTP to create your account.
  • Enter OTP and Verify it.
  • Once the OTP is verified, you will be directed to the registration of the vaccination’ page.
  • You can choose one photo id proof which you want to provide in the next process.
  • Fill in the given information like your name, age, gender and upload one identity document.
  • Click on the “Register” button.
  • After completing the registration, the system will show the “Account Details”.
  • In the Account details there is a “Add More Button”, you can add three more people for vaccination.
  • There will be a button indicating ‘Schedule appointment’. Now click on it.
  • After clicking Schedule appointment, you can check your vaccination center by state, district and pin code to check available slots for vaccination.
  • Date and availability will also be displayed.
  • Click on the ‘book’ button.
  • After successfully completing the booking, you will receive a message. That confirmation details will have to be shown while you reach the vaccination center.

What documents will you need?

At the time of registration any of the below-mentioned ID with photo may be produced:

  • Aadhaar Card
  • Driving License
  • Official identity cards issued to MPs/MLAs/MLCs
  • PAN Card
  • Passbooks issued by Bank/Post Office
  • Passport
  • Pension Document
  • Service Identity

Conclusion

Now you understand the process for registration on CoWin portal so book your vaccination slot as soon as possible. If you want to know how much antibodies have developed in your body post-covid then book Spike Protein Antibody Test now.

The country is facing the second wave of covid-19 and all medical professionals are trying to control it. But there is another challenge the country’s medical professionals are dealing with right now… rising cases of mucormycosis or Black Fungus. Rajasthan Govt. and other states have officially declared the Black fungus infection is an epidemic because they are recording an unproportionate number of cases, most of them linked to COVID complications.

A rare and deadly fungal infection, called Black Fungus or mucormycosis, is infecting patients of the covid-19 disease in India. ICMR and the Union health ministry released an advisory on 9 May, 2021 for screening, diagnosis and management of Black Fungus. If we don’t treat it, the disease can be deadly for COVID-19 patients with uncontrolled diabetes, ICMR warned.

What is black fungus Infection?

The black fungus infection, also known as mucormycosis, is a serious but rare fungal infection caused by a group of molds called ‘Mucormycetes’. Mucormycetes live throughout the environment and are present all over the place in nature. It can affect areas from where it can be inhaled—through the lungs, nose, and sinus. Mucormycetes can cause local infection if it enters from a skin or wound, but if it enters from the sinus, it can affect the brain and eyes. Poor management of diabetes control is the biggest cause for the rising numbers, especially post-Covid. Also, patients with low immune defence systems, or those who have undergone a transplant, are on immunosuppressants, or have been on a ventilator for a long period of time, are at higher risk.

Symptoms of black fungus infection

The symptoms include

  • Headache 
  • Nasal congestion
  • Facial pain 
  • Pain in eyes or loss of vision
  • Swelling in cheeks and eyes
  • Black crusts in the nose. 

If we don’t treat it , it may result in removal of the nose, blindness, jaw-bone or even death.

How can it be prevented?

  • Wear a mask before coming across especially gardens, dusty areas, rotting garbage and food.
  • Wear clothes that don’t show your skin or show a little bit as possible . 
  • Controlling sugar levels and blood glucose is a must for diabetic patients. 
  • People who are taking steroids prescribed by a doctor should be constantly monitored and the dosage should be reduced in consultation with your doctor.

Conclusion

The cases of black fungus disease are increasing day by day. The shortage of black fungus drugs issue will resolve soon, says the centre. Till we need to be more cautious and boost the immune system and if you recover from covid-19 infection then find out how much antibodies you have developed post-covid with help of spike protein antibody test.

As we all know that the impacts of Covid-19 are aggressively increasing day by day. As per information collected and verified, no antibodies have been introduced in the market that can effectively cease the cause of this disease. It cannot be cured, it can only be prevented with safety tools. However, it has been noticed that coronavirus is taking too much time to show up the symptoms. In other words, without even letting the effective person know, it may be serious. This is one of the major reasons why Covid-19 tests are necessary.

There are different types of Covid-19 antibody tests available that help us find out if you’ve had a past infection with SARS-CoV-2 and our body produces enough antibodies to fight against the infection. Let’s understand what the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein IgG antibody test is

SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein IgG Antibody Test

The SARS-COV-2 Spike Protein Antibody test is designed to detect the presence and amount of antibodies specific to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. The SARS-COV-2 Spike protein IgG antibody test is designed to find out the protective immunity level achieved post vaccination. The motive of this test is to aware the people whether they have the antibodies that will fight against the spike protein. For this purpose, Dr. B. Lal Clinical Laboratory has started the SARS-COV-2 Spike Protein Antibody test. So get your post vaccination spike protein IgG antibody test done today at Dr. B. Lal Clinical Laboratory Today.

Importance of SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein IgG Antibody Test

Despite lakhs being vaccinated daily, cases of Covid-19 are increasing day by day. Covid-19 vaccines help our bodies to develop immunity, and there are more than one vaccine available in India right now and all vaccines work in different ways to offer protection. But despite the various factors of vaccination, Covid-19 vaccine may fail to produce enough antibodies. Some factors associated with low immunity response after post vaccinations are old age, drinking regularly after post vaccination, genetic background and more(source). So how does one know whether the covid-19 vaccine has produced enough antibodies? With the help of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein IgG we can measure the level of antibodies produced in the body after vaccination. 

Conclusion

As we all now understand why after post vaccination, SARS-CoV-2 spike protein IgG antibody test is important. So book your test now, For more information call us at 9166125555 or visit www.blallab.com.

The number of active cases of COVID-19 has been slowly reducing since late September 2020 and it was then that most public places, colleges, offices, and schools began to open. Despite this, COVID protocols were being maintained with the maximum inspection in all such public places. As of February 2021, more than half of all the Indian states reported that there was not a single death due to COVID-19 and this opened the way in some much-needed hope(Source). But suddenly we are facing the worst result of Covid-19. With a massive second wave of coronavirus in India, one in five people in the world is currently being infected in India.

‘Why Covid-19 is spreading so faster’ has been a question that public health experts and scientists are trying to figure out — is it because the public is not strictly following COVID-19 guidelines (wearing masks and maintaining safe distance), or due to the new mutant of the COVID-19 virus or a combination of both? On the other hand, experts are trying to find the answer to another question- why is the second wave of Covid-19 so dangerous?

Why is the second wave of Covid-19 so dangerous?

As we know that the second wave of Covid-19 is spreading much, much faster than the first one. The double mutant variant of the coronavirus has produced a significant rise in the number of infected cases. Scientists believe that this hassle is about 70 times more infectious than the previous one. The second wave of Covid-19 disease, has brought the country’s healthcare system to its knees. 

(Source: JHU CSSE COVID-19 Data)

Experts say this quick increase shows that the second wave of Covid-19 is spreading much faster across the country.

Expected Duration of Second Wave

(Source: JHU CSSE COVID-19 Data)

Many states like Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh have been counting the number of cases peaking either equal to or more than their earlier records from the previous year. Scientists expect this Second Wave of Covid-19 to last more than 2 or 3 months.

Conclusion

We all need to be strong to face this second wave and follow all the guidelines decided by the Government. To fight with Covid-19 infection, Dr. B. Lal Clinical Laboratory is providing Covid-19 test and SARS-COV2 Spike Protein IgG antibody test. For more information visit www.blallab.com or call us at 9166125555.