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48.68 Crore COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Manufactured In India

On the precautionary measures that have been taken to combat the third wave of the pandemic, she said the health ministry continues to monitor the COVID-19 trajectory right up to the district level.

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Delta Variant Ripping Around The World At A Scorching Pace, Driving New Spike In Cases, Death: WHO

“Delta is now in more than 104 countries and we expect it to soon be the dominant COVID-19 strain circulating worldwide,” he said adding that the world is watching in real-time as the COVID-19 virus continues to change and become more transmissible.

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Delta Variant 'Greatest Threat' To US' COVID-19 Efforts: Dr Fauci

“This is concerning but expected knowing what we do about how efficiently this variant spreads and by what we saw in the United Kingdom with this variant.

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Record Surge In COVID-19 Infections Deeply Impacts Biz Sentiments: FICCI Survey

It said that the overall business confidence index has nosedived and stood at 51.5 in the current round after reporting a decadal high value of 74.2 in the previous survey round.

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Delhi Needs To Be Ready For A Third Wave Of The Covid-19 Pandemic: IIT Delhi

According to a recent report from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, Delhi needs to be ready for a third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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On-site Registration For 18-44 Years Age Group Now Enabled On CoWin

This feature will not be available for private CVCs and they will have to publish their vaccination schedules exclusively with slots for online appointments

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Black Fungus: Experts To Study Possible Causes Including Industrial Oxygen Use

Noting that the state has recorded about 700 cases of black fungus infections in the last week, he directed experts to find its source, with doubts being expressed about oxygen supply, quality of piping and cylinders used for it.

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COVID-19: Vaccination Of People In 18-44 Age Group To Begin Across UP Districts From June 1

Currently, people in the 18-44 age group are being inoculated in only 23 of the state''s 75 districts, he said.

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Healthcare: Choking On Covid

The sheer scale of the human tragedy unleashed by the second wave of the Covid pandemic is calling out loud for a reform of India’s decrepit healthcare system while underscoring the need for mega investments to repair and replenish the healthcare infrastructure

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Delhi Records 2,260 COVID-19 Cases, 182 Deaths; Positivity Rate Drops to 3.58%

As per the latest health bulletin, these new fatalities pushed the death toll due to COVID-19 in the national capital to 23,013.

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Dr Reddy's Inks Licensing Pact With Eli Lilly For COVID-19 Treatment Drug

The Hyderabad-based firm said it has entered into a royalty-free, non-exclusive voluntary licensing agreement with Eli Lilly and Company for the manufacture and commercialisation of the drug in India.

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How Can Prone Position Improve Oxygen Saturation Levels in COVID-19 Patients: BLK-Max Doctors

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Dr Rajesh Kumar Pande, Senior Director & HOD, BLK – Max Centre for Critical Care, BLK-Max Super Speciality Hospital, explains how prone position work in increasing oxygen level.

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Bharat Biotech Commences Direct Supply Of 'Covaxin' To 14 States

The Hyderabad-based firm has started supplying its COVID-19 treatment vaccine to the states based on the allocations received by the central government.

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ESIC Sets Up Oxygen Plant At 2 Hospitals In NCR

The ESIC under the Ministry of Labour and Employment has installed oxygen generation plants at two hospitals in Delhi NCR area

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The Covid Scare: The Nightmare Is Back!

With three lakh active Covid-19 cases around India, the second wave of the pandemic proves more deadly than the first. Vaccination has now been allowed for all above the age of 18 , but the persisting strain on the country’s healthcare infrastructure keeps the situation grim. A special report By Jyotsna Sharma

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