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COVID-19: India records highest single-day rise of 2,61,500 cases, 1,501 deaths

The death toll increased to 1,77,150 with a record 1,501 new fatalities, the data updated at 8 am showed

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COVID: Panel Set Up To Ensure Adequate, Timely Supply Of Medical Oxygen To Hospitals In J-K

The committee has been asked to meet frequently and make necessary arrangements for ensuring regular and adequate supply of medical oxygen to all hospitals to meet any current and future needs,

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India Shifts From Mass Vaccine Exporter To Importer, Worrying The World

India breached 200,000 daily infections for the first time on Thursday, and is trying to inoculate more of its population using domestically produced shots.

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Mumbai's Haffkine Gets Centre's Nod To Produce Covaxin

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had earlier requested the Centre to allow the Haffkine Institute to produce Covaxin, which is currently produced by the Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech, the official from the chief minister's office (CMO) said.

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Covid ICU Beds With Ventilators Fully Occupied In 69 Of 94 Hospitals In Delhi

Out of 1,177 COVID ICU beds with ventilators, only 79 were vacant, while 348 out of 2,130 COVID ICU beds without ventilators were vacant, according to the app.

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India Approves Sputnik V; Dr Reddy's To Import Vaccine From Russia

The Russian Direct Investment Fund said more than 850 million doses of Sputnik V are going to be produced annually in India -- the 60th country to approve the vaccine.

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DCGI Gives Nod For Restricted Emergency Use Of Russian COVID-19 Vaccine Sputnik V In India: Sources

The approval by the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) came after the Subject Expert Committee (SEC) on COVID-19 of the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) on Monday recommended granting approval to Sputnik V for restricted emergency use subject to certain regulatory conditions.

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Expert Panel Recommends Granting Approval To COVID Vaccine Sputnik V For Emergency Use In India

The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) will take a final call on the recommendation. If approved, it will be the third COVID-19 vaccine to be available in India.

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Vaccinated Indian National Among 20 New COVID-19 Cases Reported In Singapore

The Indian, who worked as a lashing specialist, was detected as COVID-19 positive through pooled rostered routine testing on April 7, according to a news report.

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Serum Institute Of India Refunds South Africa For Undelivered COVID-19 Vaccines

A million doses from the institute, which had already been delivered, have been sold on to other countries in the African Union.

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‘Platformisation Of Indian Healthcare’ - Urgent Policy Imperative

The Indian Healthcare sector has challenges of inadequate distribution of healthcare service providers and the need for low cost healthcare solutions for increasing diseases.

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World Health Day: Liver Disease On Rise, Alarming Factors

Patients with liver disease may not have any symptoms or discomfort, therefore, an early visit to a liver specialist is helpful. Most patients with liver disease, including liver cancer can be offered very good and often curative treatments despite advanced stages of their liver disease.

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Pvt Vehicle Public Place Even With Single Person, Mask Has To Be Worn: HC

"There are several possibilities in which while sitting alone in the car one could be exposed to the outside world. Thus, it cannot be said that merely because the person is travelling alone in a car, the car would not be a public place," the court said.

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Healthcare: From Waiting Rooms To Holograms

Here are key lessons for healthcare organizations on how to use technology to make their services more accessible to patients:

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Omani Child’s Liver Saves Indian Child In A Rare Domino Transplant

The donor and two recipients luckily did not face any hiccoughs in the postoperative recovery period.

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