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Sukoon Health To Offer Tele-counselling Services for COVID-19 Induced Anxiety Patients

A first of its kind premium mental healthcare facility, Sukoon aims to alleviate anxiety during the curfew by opening telephonic and messaging facilities to citizens across India.

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India's COVID-19 Tally Rises To 5,734 Cases

Out of the 5,734 cases; 5,095 are active COVID-19 cases and 472 cases have been recovered/discharged and one case migrated.

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Lessons From Bhilwara Can Guide Nation's Fight Against Coronavirus: Ahmed Patel

He said there must be a proper mechanism for states and the Centre to collaborate and suggested the creation of a task force under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi which will have chief ministers from affected states as its members.

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Bione Launches Covid-19 Home Screening Test Kit

Irrespective of the results of COVID-19 Screening kit, Bione urges people to undergo a laboratory test if someone shows the symptoms of coronavirus.

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Slew of Apps Aiding People Tackle Covid-19

Mobile Applications Aarogya Setu, MapmyIndia among others to help people during the Corona virus outbreak

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Dabur Group Pledges Support To Fight COVID-19 Pandemic

The Dabur Group will provide support in three areas: a donation to PM CARES Fund, assistance for those individuals engaged in frontline efforts to fight the virus and support to members of vulnerable sections of the society and migrant workers who are the hardest hit by this pandemic.

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India Allows Limited Exports Of Anti-Malaria Drug After Trump Warns Of Retaliation

Use of hydroxychloroquine has soared as the United States has quickly become the epicentre of the pandemic, though doctors prescribing it have no idea whether it works.

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Delhi HC Dismisses Interim Bail Plea Of Ex-Ranbaxy Promoter Shivinder Mohan Singh

Justice Mukta Gupta observed that the petitioner is allegedly involved in offence punishable with more than seven years of imprisonment, in more than one case and that too under PMLA and hence does not qualify to be released pursuant to the norms set by a High-Powered Committee, which was set up to decongest jails in the national capital.

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India Will Allow Some Exports Of Anti-malaria Drug After Trump Appeal

The Indian government had earlier put a hold on exports of hydroxychloroquine as well as on the pain reliever, paracetamol, saying it had to meet its internal demand.

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India Lifts Restrictions On 24 Drug Exports Amid Coronavirus

Paracetamol, a common pain reliever, and its formulations were not included in the list of drugs freed up for export.

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India Lifts Restrictions On 24 Drug Exports Amid Coronavirus

India had restricted the exports of 26 ingredients and medicines on March 3. Paracetamol and its formulations accounted for two items on the original list.

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Limited Evidence On Efficacy Of Hydroxychloroquine To Deal With COVID-19, Says Health Ministry

The Union Health Ministry had earlier placed an order of about 10 crore hydroxychloroquine tablets with various pharmaceutical companies for healthcare workers.

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Novacyt Wins French Approval For COVID Testing Kit

Novacyt has already won orders in the UK for its Primerdesign COVID-19 detection kit and has won regulatory approval for it from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.

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Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana Allows Free Testing, Treatment of Covid-19

Now, more than 50 crore citizens, eligible under the Government of India’s health assurance scheme will be able to avail free testing through private labs and treatment for COVID -19 in empanelled hospitals.

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Doubling Rate Of COVID-19 Cases In India Stands At 4.1 Days: Health Ministry

With 472 fresh cases of COVID-19 and 11 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, the total number of coronavirus positive cases in the country has gone up to 3,374

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