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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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Assam Withdraws Exemption Of COVID-19 Testing For Vaccinated People

The earlier order had exempted those travellers who had taken both doses of COVID-19 vaccine from mandatory testing for infection at airports and railway stations.

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Yes, You Can Still Get COVID After Being Vaccinated, But You're Unlikely To Get As Sick

One study estimated those who were vaccinated with either Pfizer or AstraZeneca were 50% less likely to pass it on to an unvaccinated household contact than someone who wasn't vaccinated.

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Fortis, Apollo Roll Out Sputnik V At 2 Hospitals In Delhi-NCR; Over 3,000 Vaccinated

Fortis Healthcare had earlier announced that it will start administering the two-dose Russian vaccine at its Gurugram and Mohali facilities from June 19.

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Over 34 Crore Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Administered In Country So Far: Govt

The vaccination exercise as a tool to protect the most vulnerable population groups in the country from COVID-19 continues to be regularly reviewed and monitored at the highest level

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Delta Variant Exposes The Flaws Of Stop-Start Vaccination Programmes

Despite the World Health Organization saying South Africa should continue distributing the jab, as it would probably still protect against severe disease, the government instead sold 1.5 million doses to other African countries.

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Can Direct Cash Transfer Incentivize Vaccination In India?

For India to meet its ambitious target of vaccinating at least all its near 945 million adult population by the end of 2021, the country needs to administer minimum 1.88 billion doses in total, of which nearly 89% are yet to be given.

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Mask Compliance Still Remains Low In India Despite Most Lethal COVID-19 Wave: Survey

The survey sought to gather citizens' pulse if the state governments should make the wearing of masks outside home mandatory in districts with active COVID-19 cases.

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Dr Harsh Vardhan Unveils Dr Krishna Saksena’s Book My Joys And Sorrows – As A Mother Of A Special Child

My Joys and Sorrows as a Mother of a Special Child (Ocean Books, Delhi, 2021) is a heart-warming and yet heart-rending book that is difficult to read because it inevitably makes you cry.

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Indications Of Revival In Economic Activity As States Get Into Unlock Mode: Survey

With different parts of the country under different sets of restrictions and consumer sentiment impacted due to the ferocity of the second wave of COVID-19, an evident dip in demand was witnessed by companies

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Speed, Scale Of Vaccination To Shape Path Of Economic Recovery: RBI Report

The second wave of the pandemic has mainly hit the domestic demand, the RBI said in an article on the 'State of economy' written jointly by RBI Deputy Governor M D Patra and other officials.

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Media Baron Markand Adhikari Initiates Massive Vaccine Drive For The Underprivileged

The compiling of the list is under way with the help of local MLA Shri Ameet Satam of Andheri West, Mumbai Constituency.

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BPCL Opens 200-Bed Covid Hospital At Bina Refinery

The refinery in central Madhya Pradesh has also launched a vaccination camp to inoculate all frontline workers and their families apart from all contract workers for free

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India May Raise Vaccine Spending To $6 Bln This Fiscal Year: Government Sources

One of the sources said part of the increase could be due to higher-than-previous costs for domestically manufactured shots. He did not elaborate. India's finance ministry did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

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Free Vaccines, Food To Cost India An Additional $11 Bn

The government may not have to tap the bond market for the funds, the sources said, citing a dividend of 991.2 billion rupees it received from the central bank and inflows expected from asset sales.

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