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Delhi Covid Vaccine Stock To Last Less Than One Day: Bulletin

As many as 93,83,468 vaccine doses have been administered in the national capital till date, including 22,25,292 are second doses.

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Over 41.69 Crore Covid-19 Vaccine Doses So Far Provided To States/Uts: Govt

The new phase of the universalisation of COVID-19 vaccination programme started on June 21 and under it, the central government made inoculation free of cost for all adults.

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Non-Vaccinated Legislators Will Not To Allowed To Attend Monsoon Session Of Bihar Assembly:Speaker

Pandemic requires utmost caution and social awareness to check its spread, he said. All the MLAs must get themselves inoculated. The government is providing the jabs free of cost

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Oberoi Group Vaccinates All Eligible Team Members, Third-Party Contractual Workers

Safety, hygiene and wellbeing of both the employees and guests is of paramount importance and upon this depends the revival of the hospitality business

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Delta Variant Is 'Most Transmissible' Identified So Far: WHO

As border restrictions and other public health measures are loosened across Europe, the U.S. and in other countries with high vaccination rates, WHO officials warned that this could lead to a resurgence of disease.

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Sputnik V Pilot In Final Leg: Scaled Up To Other Cities-Dr Reddy S

Dr Reddys Laboratories is in a pact with Russian Direct Investment Fund to sell the first 125 million people doses (250 million vials) of SputnikVin India.

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Flipkart To Conduct Drone Delivery Pilot For Vaccine, Medical Supplies In Telangana

A combination of these technologies will then be used to conduct 'Beyond Visual Line of Sight' (BVLOS) deliveries in remote areas of the state where the road infrastructure is not conducive for fast delivery of vaccines

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Indian Court Orders State To Set Uniform COVID-19 Rules For Carmakers

Workers at the Indian unit of Renault-Nissan had asked the Madras High Court for operations to be halted, saying social distancing norms were being flouted and the risk to their lives outweighed the health benefits provided by the company.

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Covishield produces more antibodies than Covaxin, finds study

The yet-to-be-published study, posted on the preprint repository MedRxiv on June 4, covered 515 healthcare workers (HCW) -- 305 men and 210 women -- from 22 cities in 13 states.

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As Vaccine Shortage Soars, Daily Jabs Plunge Over 35% To 980 Per Mn Adults: Report

Gujarat, and Delhi have vaccinated the highest proportion of their population among the respective groups, the pace of vaccination has declined further in May in these states.

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Shilpa Medicare Arm Inks Pact With Dr Reddy's To Manufacture Sputnik V Vaccine

SBPL will be responsible for manufacture of the vaccine, while Dr Reddy's is responsible for distribution/marketing of the vaccine in its marketing territories.

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Acute Vaccine Shortage Has Put People's Lives At Serious Risk: Ficci

The chamber said in the larger and long-term interest of the country, India should not rush to do anything unilaterally that may undermine its present efforts to arrive at a multilateral solution on this issue

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Sri Lanka puts Chinese Covid-19 vaccine on hold

Sri Lanka puts Chinese Covid-19 vaccine on hold

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Vaccinating oldest against COVID-19 saves both most lives, most years of life: Study

Vaccinating oldest against COVID-19 saves both most lives, most years of life: Study

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Pfizer, BioNTech begin testing of third dose against new COVID-19 variants

Pfizer, BioNTech begin testing of third dose against new COVID-19 variants

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