The COVID-19 Novel Corona Virus Pandemic broke out in the Wuhan Province of China but has been ravaging almost all the countries of the world for over seven months now. Teams of researchers and scientists are struggling to identify a cure or a vaccine to end this deadly virus. The death toll caused by this virus is huge and the number of infections across the world is increasing rapdily with each passing day. The COVID-19 Novel Corona Virus Pandemic has been spreading its deadly roots across all the countries of the world and teams of researchers and scientists are working round the clock to identify a vaccine to end this Virus.  
While there are about 160+ vaccine candidates being developed in various countries, only about 10 vaccines are close to the production stage and are in various stages of clinical trials. Russia had recently registered the world's first-ever COVID vaccine Sputnik V, which had been developed jointly by the Gamaleya Institute and the Russian Ministry of Defense. However, as this vaccine hasn't gone through phase 3 of clinical trials, the rest of the medical fraternity are still unsure about the efficacy of this vaccine. The entire world believes that the COVID-19 Novel Corona Virus Pandemic, which is sweeping the globe, originated from the Wuhan Province of China. However, it looks like China itself has felt that the Virus is in control in their nation, while it continues to rage unabated in a number of other countries.  
Actress Meera Chopra who is known as Nila in Tamil cinema happens to be a cousin to Priyanka Chopra made her film debut with SJ Suryah’s Tamil film Anbe Aaruyire. The film gave her the perfect start which led her to act in Powerstar Pawan Kalyan’s Telugu film Bangaram. She then acted in a few Tamil and Telugu films, none of them managed to be as successful as her debut film. She has now shared a tweet about her friend who lost both his parent to corona virus in a quick succession. Her tweet reads as follows - “One of my friend lost both his parents to covid few days bak. First mom and yesterday dad. Iam shocked and sad. #COVID19 is killing people. Things are opening but its not safe. Go out, meet people only if its required. Plz Wear masks!!” We express our deepest condolences to Meera Chopra and the family of the departed.