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Co-infection by the influenza virus for people with respiratory diseases like asthma and COPD can end badly – vaccines can help.
It will still be mandatory for companies to conduct a bridging trial in India after the individual vaccines are given EUA.
Sputnik V, backed by the RDIF, already has production agreements in India to produce 852 million doses.
“Inequality and climate injustice is already the heart of the climate crisis,” she said on Twitter on Friday
Naturally occurring thrombocytopenia affects about one in 30,000 adults a year in the United States.
Dr Reddy's conducted the bridge trials in India and will distribute some 100 million doses of the vaccine in India.
COVID-19 cases surge: Centre flags gaps in containment measures of three states, bans Remdesivir exports
Speaking after an all-party meeting held virtually to discuss the COVID-19 situation in Maharashtra on Sunday, state health minister Rajesh Tope said an appropriate decision regarding imposing a lockdown in Maharashtra will be taken after 14 April
Of the 50 districts most affected by COVID-19, 30 are in Maharashtra, 11 in Chhattisgarh and nine in Punjab, said the Union health ministry
China considering mixing different COVID-19 vaccines to improve efficacy of jabs, says top health official
Authorities have to "consider ways to solve the issue that efficacy rates of existing vaccines are not high", Chinese media outlet The Paper reported, citing Gao Fu, the head of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention
In a statement, Modi also pitched for 'zero vaccine waste' during the vaccination drive from 11 to 14 April, and urged people to ensure that not a single jab is wasted
COVID-19 surge: AAP MLA Raghav Chadha calls for 'vaccine universalisation' in letter to Narendra Modi
In his letter, the AAP MLA said that the Centre has exported over 64 million doses to 84 countries, while Indian citizens are 'desperately looking for a vaccination centre that is open'
Amid skepticism, campaigns aimed at Black Americans across US persuade people to take the COVID-19 vaccine
With millions of dollars in assistance from President Joe Biden’s administration, local groups have urged Black Americans to roll up their sleeves for shots and set aside what for some is a shared historical distrust of science and government.
The women were administered the shots at a govt-run centre in Shamli. Amid demands for action against the medical staff, health centre in-charge Bijendra Singh said an inquiry will be conducted
COVID-19 surge: Ashok Gehlot asks Centre for 30 lakh vaccine doses, says Rajasthan's stock to end in 2 days
Gehlot's demand before Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes on the heels of similar requests being made from states like Maharashtra and Gujarat
Covax's first wave intended to distribute some 238.2 mn doses to 142 countries, out of which 237 mn were AstraZeneca doses.
'Why so few vaccines?': Maharashtra health minister Rajesh Tope accuses Centre of 'discrimination' over jab supply
Maharashtra health minister Rajesh Tope also said he has raised the "issue of vaccine discrimination" towards Maharashtra with Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, who has assured him that corrections will be made soon
Maharashtra: COVID-19 inoculation drive temporarily halted in Pune, Panvel and Satara due to shortage of doses
In highest ever single-day spike, the state reported 59,907 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the overall caseload to 31,73,261
The eight archers included Atanu Das, Tarundeep Rai, Pravin Jadhav and B Dhiraj (reserve) in men's and Deepika Kumari, Ankita Bhakat, Komolika Bari and Madhu Vedwan (reserve) in the women's section.
AstraZeneca's Britain COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials for children paused due to blood clot concerns
Britain and the vaccine's developers had until now resisted any restrictions in its use, saying that there was no proof of any link.