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'Should we hang ourselves over non-availability of vaccines?' asks DV Sadananda Gowda
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'Should we hang ourselves over non-availability of vaccines?' asks DV Sadananda Gowda

Replying to queries on the shortage of vaccine, the Union Minister stressed on the plan of action of the government and said its decisions are not guided by any political gain or by any other reason

Magnitude of second COVID-19 wave vastly different, south India has not sustained the worst yet, warn experts
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Magnitude of second COVID-19 wave vastly different, south India has not sustained the worst yet, warn experts

At over 3,00,000 active cases Bengaluru has the highest caseload among all Indian cities. But experts warn the worst is still ahead as India's third-largest city buckles under oxygen shortages, overrun hospitals and crowded crematoriums

'Vaccination scenario in state is shocking': Karnataka HC says 'impossible' for non-frontline workers to get inoculated
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'Vaccination scenario in state is shocking': Karnataka HC says 'impossible' for non-frontline workers to get inoculated

The court directed the state government to submit a requisition to the Centre seeking required vaccine doses, during the day itself

Lack of COVID drug a violation of Article 19, notes Karnataka HC; demands real-time updates on availability
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Lack of COVID drug a violation of Article 19, notes Karnataka HC; demands real-time updates on availability

On the availability of medical oxygen, the court noted that the 'the situation is very, very bad' and added, 'We have found that people are not getting oxygen in 24 hours'

Karnataka withdraws night curfew after public outcry; observe COVID-19 protocols, urges BS Yediyurappa
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Karnataka withdraws night curfew after public outcry; observe COVID-19 protocols, urges BS Yediyurappa

The chief minister asked the public to continue to wear masks, practicing good hygiene and maintain social distancing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus

COVID-19 cases may increase in winter, Feluda test rollout expected soon, says Centre; tally crosses 70 lakh
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COVID-19 cases may increase in winter, Feluda test rollout expected soon, says Centre; tally crosses 70 lakh

The Union health ministry also said that the single-day spike in deaths in the country has remained less than 1,000 for eight consecutive days

COVID-19 in Karnataka: Shortage of PPE kits, unequal distribution of resources put health workers in line of fire
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COVID-19 in Karnataka: Shortage of PPE kits, unequal distribution of resources put health workers in line of fire

Doctors at St John's Medical College and Hospital is the lack of safety gear-- PPE kits, the fear of running out of N95 masks and gloves and the disproportionate distribution of the kits, masks and gloves by the government.