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Latest Articles in COVID 19 vaccines

COVID-19 Vaccination For 12-14 Yrs To Begin From Tomorrow: Govt

The ministry said that states were advised to ensure that only those who have attained the age of 12 years on the date of vaccination are vaccinated against COVID-19

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No Gender Gap In Administration Of COVID-19 Vaccines: Govt

The Government of India is regularly reviewing the pace of COVID-19 vaccination and has issued multiple advisories to states and UTs to cover eligible beneficiaries with both doses of COVID-19 vaccine, the minister said in the reply.

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96% Covid Vaccine Doses Administered Since May 1 Were At Govt Centres: MoS

The Ministry of Health has formally directed state governments to investigate these cases and take stringent legal and administrative actions so that such incidents are not repeated in the future

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Omicron Variant Reportedly Has Over 30 Mutations In Spike Protein: AIIMS Chief

Dr Guleria emphasised the need to be very vigilant and having aggressive surveillance both for international travellers and in the region where there is a sudden increase in the number of cases.

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Agreements Signed With 11 Countries For Mutual Recognition Of COVID Vaccines: Govt

The list of countries with which the government has an agreement for mutual recognition vaccination certificate for individuals fully vaccinated with nationally recognised or WHO recognised COVID-19 vaccine

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SII Gets Nod To Send COVID Vaccines To Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Bulk To Astrazeneca; Bharat Biotech To Iran

SII has enhanced the manufacturing capacity of Covishield to more than 20 crore doses per month and has informed the Centre that it will be able to supply around 22 crore doses in October

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India Going To Play Most Important Roles In Bringing This Pandemic To End: USAID Administrator

India will resume the export of surplus COVID-19 vaccines in October under the ''Vaccine Maitri'' programme and to meet its commitment to the COVAX global pool.

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Icra Revises Up FY22 GDP Growth Forecast To 9%

A ramp-up in COVID-19 vaccination, healthy advance estimates of kharif (summer) crop and faster government spending were the factors which led to the revision

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CoWin Certificates To Mention Date Of Birth Of Fully Vaccinated Travelling Abroad

The UK on Wednesday had amended its new travel guidelines to include the Indian-made version of the AstraZeneca vaccine in its updated list of approved COVID-19 vaccines.

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US Congressman Welcomes India's Decision To Resume Export Of Surplus Covid Vaccine

India's Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Monday said the country will resume export of surplus COVID-19 vaccines in the fourth quarter of this year under the 'Vaccine Maitri' programme to meet its commitment to the COVAX global pool.

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No Need For Covid Booster Doses In India At This Stage, Say Experts

Immunologist Satyajit Rath said that less than 15 per cent of Indian adults have been vaccinated with two doses, and this clearly means that all Indians who are more vulnerable to infection have not yet necessarily gotten two doses.

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Covid Vaccines Donated By India Earlier This Year For UN Peacekeepers Exhausted : UN Spokesperson

Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General, said at the daily press briefing on Friday that the UN received a donation of 3,00,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine from the Government of China.

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Over 2.33 Crore Balance Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Available With States, Pvt Hospitals: Centre

The Union government will procure and supply (free of cost) 75 per cent of the vaccines being produced by the manufacturers in the country to the states and UTs.

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Us Trying To Help India, Others To Produce Vaccine: Biden

In this fight against COVID-19, Biden asserted, the United States was committed to become the arsenal of vaccines, the manner in which it was the arsenal of democracy during World War II.

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No Sign Of Pfizer, Moderna Covid Vaccines In Breast Milk: Study

The researchers at University of California, San Francisco (USCF) in the US analysed the breast milk of seven women after they received the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines, and found no trace of the preventives.

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