Google introduces support for storing Vaccine Card in Google’s Android devices

 Android smartphone users will be able to save their Covid-19 vaccination record in their devices in the near future.

 Google has added the ability to save this record by updating the API for Passes.

 Google announced this in a blog post on June 30. However, this does not mean that you will be able to upload your vaccination card right now.

 This updated API or application programming interface will allow developers of government agencies and medical institutions around the world to create digital versions of vaccination cards or Covid test results.

Google said that once a user saves a digital version of a Covid-19 record on his device, he will be able to access it via a shortcut on the device’s home screen.

 The company said that even if Internet service is not available or in a region where Internet service is not very good, users will still have access to this record.

 The Passes API is commonly used by Google Pay Vault users to secure boarding passes, loyalty cards, gift cards, tickets and more.

 But after this update, people who do not use the Google Pay app will also be able to store their digital codec in the device.

 Since Google will not keep a copy of the card, users will need to download it from a government agency or others to secure the codec on different devices.

 These cards will have the company or government logo at the top, followed by the user’s name, date of birth and other relevant details such as manufacturer of the  the vaccine or laboratory where test was conducted, etc.

 This updated API is being introduced for the first time in the US and will be rolled out to other countries soon.

More than one third of people who recovered from covid-19 are at risk for developing different symptoms for a long time – A study

A medical study conducted in Switzerland has revealed that four out ten of people recovered from covid-19 developed different symptoms which may last for months. 

The study included 410 people diagnosed with Covid-19, but the severity of the disease was not high enough to require hospitalization. 

39% of them reported various symptoms 7 to 9 months after defeating the disease. Most of them reported fatigue after recovery. 20.7% reported loss of smell and 11.7% reported difficulty in breathing. 10% recovered people reported headache after recovery.  

 Among these, fatigue was the most common symptom of long-cod, followed by 20.7%, followed by loss of sense of smell (16.8%), difficulty breathing (11.7%) and headache (10%).  Were the most symptomatic.

Researchers has found that women are more likely to develop these symptoms than.  They also notice these symptoms can develop in people of all ages, including young and healthy. 

 Research has found that women are more likely than men to have symptoms of long-term symptoms such as fatigue, breathing problems and pain.

 The study also found that long codes can affect people of all ages, including young and healthy people.

According to research, the severity of long-term symptoms is mild to moderate, but they can affect quality of life.

 Research has shown that people who were in good health before the covid-19. But their health was not good after defeating the disease.

 The results of the study were published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine.

 Earlier, in June 2021, a study by the University of Bergen in Norway found that young people who defeated Covid-19 were also at risk of developing long-term illness.

 The study included 312 Covid-19 patients between the ages of 16 and 30 with mild to severe disease condition.

 These people were infected with Covid-19 during the first wave of Corona in Norway. 247 people were treated at home and 65 were hospitalized.

 The study found that six months after the attack of the disease, symptoms persisted in 61% of people.

Most of these persons reported loss of smell or taste, fatigue, difficulty in breathing, difficulty in concentrating and faced memory problems. 

Researchers noticed in their study that 50 percent of young over the age of 30 had symptoms even after six months.

 It was found during the study people who were isolated at home had higher levels of antibodies and continued symptoms like asthma, or chronic lung diseases. 

 The study found that 30 percent of patients at home with Covid-19 had developed symptom of fatigue.

 Researchers say that memory impairment and difficulty concentrating are alarming symptoms for young people studying in colleges or universities.

They stressed the need for the importance of vaccination to prevent the long-term adverse affect on health of victums of Covid-19.