Abstracting & Indexing
The SARS-Cov-2 outbreak, announced as a pandemic by the world health organization (WHO), is an unprecedented health threat that the world is facing. The virus is spreading fast, putting so many lives at risk. It is time to be open about this outbreak, deal with it efficiently, and contain it as far as possible. Pneumonia caused by SARS-CoV-2 has displayed substantial mortality rates. Without a vaccine to prevent COVID-19 or any medication to treat it, this trend will probably continue. However, the importance of maintaining hand hygiene and social distancing to prevent the spread of disease cannot be emphasized more. A world-wide breathtaking effort is being made to combat the disease. In these days, the necessity of a rapid exchange of information, preliminary findings and hypotheses among scientists, researchers, public health practitioners and health policy makers is undeniable. More than ever before, there has been a time when the world is dire need of science—to combat one of the most deadly disaster it has ever faced—than now. This is why our contributions and contributions from published authors in this issue can never be overemphasized or underestimated.It is a great sense of fulfillment that we have provided the medium for scientists in medical and pharmaceutical research field to bring their expertise on board, to find the lasting remedy to our every day global health challenges. As much as we regard so much that we have achieved and expanded as a journal, there is still room for more to be done. In an ever changing world, a continuum in every aspect of life is the true sustainability.
List of the published manuscripts on COVID-19