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India’s Cumulative COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage exceeds 81.85 Cr

India’s Cumulative COVID-19 Vaccination Coverage exceeds 81.85 Cr

🕔19:53, 21.Sep 2021

Recovery Rate currently at 97.75% 26,115 New Cases reported in the last 24 hours India’s Active Caseload (3,09,575) is 0.92% of Total Cases Weekly Positivity Rate (2.08%) less than 3% for last 88 days With the administration of 96,46,778 vaccine doses in

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Vietnam responds to the new wave of Covid-19 with variant Delta

Vietnam responds to the new wave of Covid-19 with variant Delta

🕔10:31, 21.Sep 2021

The Delta variant with faster infect, more dangerously has made the epidemic prevention achievements of all countries in the world severely affected, including results in vaccination strategy. Countries with the top vaccination rates in the world such as the US

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New CDC study rings alarm bells: Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as unvaccinated

New CDC study rings alarm bells: Vaccinated people can carry as much virus as unvaccinated

🕔12:20, 31.Jul 2021

New York, July 31  US health officials Friday released details of an alarming new study which could totally muddle current thinking on how the coronavirus spreads in society. Latest research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows

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37 cr inoculated across India after 175 days of vax drive

37 cr inoculated across India after 175 days of vax drive

🕔07:53, 10.Jul 2021

New Delhi, July 10  India’s Covid vaccination coverage crossed the 37 crore-mark (37,19,25,602) on Friday, 175 days after the nationwide inoculation drive commenced on January 16. Of these, over 11.33 crore vaccine doses have been administered to people in the

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Over 80K new Covid cases, 3,303 deaths in 24 hrs in India

Over 80K new Covid cases, 3,303 deaths in 24 hrs in India

🕔10:00, 13.Jun 2021

New Delhi, June 13  India’s Covid cases continued to witness decline as it recorded 80,834 new Covid cases, lowest since April 1 and 3,303 deaths due to the virus in the last 24 hours, according to data released by the

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Lowest Covid cases in 50 days as deaths dip below 3K

Lowest Covid cases in 50 days as deaths dip below 3K

🕔12:11, 1.Jun 2021

New Delhi, June 1  India reported 1,27,510 new infections in 24 hours — its lowest in 50 days, as 2,795 more succumbed to the pandemic, the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry said on Tuesday. This is the least number

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Recoveries outnumber new cases in India after 61 days

Recoveries outnumber new cases in India after 61 days

🕔18:44, 11.May 2021

New Delhi, May 11  For the first time in 61 days, recoveries outnumbered new Covid cases in the last 24 hours, providing some relief to the country which is reeling under the raging second wave of the pandemic for some

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Over 20L vaccine doses to reach states/UTs in next 3 days

Over 20L vaccine doses to reach states/UTs in next 3 days

🕔13:39, 29.Apr 2021

New Delhi, April 29  Nearly 16.16 crore vaccine doses have been provided to the states and the Union Territories free of cost while additional 20 lakh doses will reach them in next three days, the Union Ministry of Health and

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India situation a devastating reminder of what this virus can do: WHO

India situation a devastating reminder of what this virus can do: WHO

🕔07:18, 24.Apr 2021

New Delhi, April 24  With the raging second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic wreaking havoc in India, the chief of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said on Friday that he is very concerned about the fast-growing caseloads

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Vaccinating everyone above 18 to cost just 0.36% of GDP: Ind-Ra

Vaccinating everyone above 18 to cost just 0.36% of GDP: Ind-Ra

🕔06:33, 23.Apr 2021

New Delhi, April 23  Vaccinating everyone above 18 in the phase III of the inoculation drive will cost only about 0.36 per cent of the GDP, ratings agency India Ratings and Research said. As the second wave of Covid-19 sweeps

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FM assures ramp up in supply of oxygen, Remdesivir to states

FM assures ramp up in supply of oxygen, Remdesivir to states

🕔07:39, 22.Apr 2021

New Delhi, April 22  Union Finance Mminister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday praised the Indian industry for its extreme forbearance, patience and perseverance, using Japanese word ‘Gamanzuyoi’. Addressing more than 150 senior industry captains in a virtual interaction organised by the

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Covishield to be sold at Rs 400 to State, Rs 600 to pvt hospitals

Covishield to be sold at Rs 400 to State, Rs 600 to pvt hospitals

🕔16:30, 21.Apr 2021

New Delhi, April 21  Covishield will be sold at Rs 400 per dose to the state government and Rs 600 to private hospitals, Serum Institute of India (SII) said on Wednesday. Covishield is known as AstraZeneca vaccine across the world.

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8 states account for 85% new cases as 2nd Covid wave threatens

8 states account for 85% new cases as 2nd Covid wave threatens

🕔14:05, 17.Mar 2021

New Delhi, March 17  A year after the Covid-19 outbreak and two months, which recorded a sharp decline in cases across the country, the pandemic is rearing its head again. Initially, it appeared that the infection was only picking up

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Fight against Covid: India achieves over 3 crore vaccinations

Fight against Covid: India achieves over 3 crore vaccinations

🕔06:54, 16.Mar 2021

New Delhi, March 16  India has crossed an important milestone in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. In the world’s largest vaccination programme, the cumulative number of Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in the country crossed the 3 crore mark on

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Worst phase of Covid appears to be over: V-P

Worst phase of Covid appears to be over: V-P

🕔07:07, 8.Mar 2021

New Delhi, March 8 Referring to the largest vaccination drive in the world against Covid-19 being undertaken in India, Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday said that the worst phase of the pandemic appears to be over. However, the

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Lung scans for stroke patients can detect Covid early: Study

Lung scans for stroke patients can detect Covid early: Study

🕔18:19, 2.Nov 2020

New York, Nov 2  Researchers have now claimed that computed tomography angiogram (CTA) scans may offer fast and early detection of Covid-19 in acute ischemic stroke (AIS) patients. The study, published in the journal Stroke, a journal of the American

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US steps up Covid-19 vaccine development

US steps up Covid-19 vaccine development

🕔12:05, 2.Sep 2020

Washington, Sep 2  Researchers across the US have stepped up efforts towards the development of an effective Covid-19 vaccine, as another vaccine candidate has started phase 3 clinical trial, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The multi-site clinical

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India records 61K new corona cases, tally crosses 31L

India records 61K new corona cases, tally crosses 31L

🕔11:48, 24.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 24 With 61,407 fresh Coronavirus infections in 24 hours, India’s tally mounted to 31,06,348 on Monday, while the death toll climbed to 57,542 with 836 more fatalities, said the Health Ministry. Recoveries have crossed the 23-lakh mark and

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Diabetics with poor control more prone to Covid-19

Diabetics with poor control more prone to Covid-19

🕔18:11, 19.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 19  Poorly controlled diabetics are more vulnerable to Covid-19 compared to those who are fit and control their diabetes routinely. Diabetics should avoid getting into fad diets like intermittent dieting or keto diet- focus on well-balanced diet

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Covid to shrink power sector growth, take discoms back to pre-UDAY era

Covid to shrink power sector growth, take discoms back to pre-UDAY era

🕔12:03, 26.Jul 2020

New Delhi, July 26  The Covid-19 pandemic will have a wider impact on the country’s power sector in the current financial year with the acute slowdown witnessed in the first quarter period continuing well into the year affecting both demand

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