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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 31, 2020
Prolonged exposure to smoking a tobacco cigarette leads to thickening of blood vessels and making them weak in the long run, which can lead to blood clots and ultimately in stroke or heart diseases


BusinessToday.In
May 30, 2020
Out of 1,099 patients who were infected with novel coronavirus and were admitted into ICU, 25.5% were smokers, according to a Chinese study published in February 2020


PTI
May 15, 2020
A review of studies by public health experts convened by WHO on April 29 found that smokers are more likely to develop severe diseases, compared to non-smokers, said Binoy Mathew, senior programme officer of Voluntary Health Association of India


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 4, 2020
The amended rules will come into effect from September 1, 2020, the Union Health Ministry said in a statement on its website


Associated Press
May 1, 2020
Even with the easing, sales of liquor and cigarettes remain banned, which some have criticized as puritanical. But health officials warn that smoking might exacerbate respiratory problems experienced with COVID-19


BusinessToday.In
April 22, 2020
South Korea said that Kim seemed to be in an unspecified location outside Pyongyang and is engaged in state affairs as there was no movement by the ruling party, cabinet or the military


Reuters
April 22, 2020
Speculation about Kim's health first arose due to his absence from the anniversary of the birthday of North Korea's founding father and Kim's grandfather, Kim Il Sung, on April 15


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, April 6, 2020
Expectations of a sharp decline in both revenue and profit growth by domestic firms could foretell significant impact of this outbreak on the country's GDP


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 5, 2020
In an exclusive interview with India Today, the country's former chief economic advisor and visiting lecturer in public policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, Arvind Subramanian talks about the impact of novel coronavirus outbreak on the global as well as Indian economy. Watch as he talks about the measures that can revive India's informal and formal sectors with India Today's Rahul Kanwal.Also Read: Coronavirus: Does smoking, chewing tobacco increase chance of getting infected?


BusinessToday.In
April 5, 2020
In an earlier report, WHO had said that coronavirus is primarily transmitted via respiratory droplets and close contact and does not appear to stay long in the air


Reuters
March 31, 2020
It took two years for the ban to come into effect highlighting the hurdles anti-smoking activists face in Japan


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