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 India Records Lowest Daily New COVID-19 Cases After 8 Months, Dr Randeep Guleria Explains The Drop And The Need To Get Vaccinated

 India Records Lowest Daily New COVID-19 Cases After 8 Months, Dr Randeep Guleria Explains The Drop And The Need To Get Vaccinated
India’s COVID-19 cases have fallen in past few days, AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria explains the role of COVID vaccine and why it is important for people to get vaccinated
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COVID Vaccination Precautions: Experts Say COVID-19 Vaccines Are Absolutely Safe, However, Those With Allergies Should Avoid

COVID Vaccination Precautions: Experts Say COVID-19 Vaccines Are Absolutely Safe, However, Those With Allergies Should Avoid
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Should people with allergies avoid getting coronavirus vaccine? What are the common adverse events associated with COVID-19 vaccines? Experts answer it all
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Vaccine Hesitancy: What It Means And How We Can Tackle It, Experts Explain

Vaccine Hesitancy: What It Means And How We Can Tackle It, Experts Explain
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How can India fight vaccination hesitancy? After the pandemic, the next big challenge for the country is to tackle - infodemic? Experts explain
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"Feel Great After Taking My Jab”: India's Top Cardiac Surgeon Shares His Experience On Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine

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As Dr Devi Shetty, a top cardiac surgeon in the country and founder, and Chairman of Narayan Healthcare, received his vaccine shot, he shared his experience with NDTV
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COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout: What Were The Learnings From Day 1 and 2 Of Vaccination Drive, An Expert Explains

COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout: What Were The Learnings From Day 1 and 2 Of Vaccination Drive, An Expert Explains
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As India kickstarted the world's largest COVID vaccination drive on Saturday, there were several reasons to cheer. NDTV speaks with an expert to know the learnings from the first-two days of vaccination and the road ahead
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Coronavirus Explainer: What Are Adverse Events Post COVID-19 Immunisation

Coronavirus Explainer: What Are Adverse Events Post COVID-19 Immunisation
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India kick-started the Vaccination drive against COVID-19 from January 16 and till January 17, the country had immunised approximately 2.24 lakh people
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Exclusive: Serum Institute’s Adar Poonawalla Explains How Vaccines Are Being Manufactured From The Facility

Exclusive: Serum Institute’s Adar Poonawalla Explains How Vaccines Are Being Manufactured From The Facility
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Ahead of the ‘V’ day, NDTV takes a look at Serum Institute of India facility in Pune, where one of the approved COVID-19 vaccine for the country is being manufactured
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One Day To Go For India’s Massive COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout, Centre Sends Rulebook To States

One Day To Go For India’s Massive COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout, Centre Sends Rulebook To States
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The centre has sent out a detailed list of rules for COVID-19 vaccination drive that is set to begin in the country from January 16
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Will We Have A Choice For COVID-19 Vaccine? Does People Who Have Contracted COVID In Past Need To Get Vaccinated? An Expert Explains It All

Will We Have A Choice For COVID-19 Vaccine? Does People Who Have Contracted COVID In Past Need To Get Vaccinated? An Expert Explains It All
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As India gears up for the world's biggest vaccination drive on January 16, we speak with an expert - Professor K Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) to understand more about the vaccination process, challenges India might face to conquer this battle against COVID-19
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India Gears Up For Mega COVID Vaccination Drive, A Look At Vaccination Process On Ground

India Gears Up For Mega COVID Vaccination Drive, A Look At Vaccination Process On Ground
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Touted to be the world's biggest vaccination drive against the coronavirus has been set in motion. India begins inoculation on January 16; healthcare workers and frontline workers will get vaccinated first. NDTV speaks with experts to know what does the vaccination drive looks like on ground?
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Uttar Pradesh Government Fights Malnutrition In State By Involving 68,000 Self-Help Women Groups, Gives Them The Duty Of Providing Take Home Ration

Uttar Pradesh Government Fights Malnutrition In State By Involving 68,000 Self-Help Women Groups, Gives Them The Duty Of Providing Take Home Ration
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Uttar Pradesh government is benefiting 1.6 crore people by providing nutritious Take Home Ration via 68,000 Self-Help women group, who have been given the duty of locally sourcing the ration and distributing it in their areas in a bid to tackle malnutrition in the state
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In Last Seven Months, India Generated Around 33,000 Tonnes COVID-19 Waste, Maharashtra Biggest Contributor: Report

In Last Seven Months, India Generated Around 33,000 Tonnes COVID-19 Waste, Maharashtra Biggest Contributor: Report
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According to CPCB, daily bio-medical waste generation in India has gone up by 25 per cent in 2020 due to COVID-19
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As India Gears Up To Kick-starts COVID-19 Vaccination Drive From January 16, Dr Randeep Guleria Explains When Will The Common Man Get The Vaccine

As India Gears Up To Kick-starts COVID-19 Vaccination Drive From January 16, Dr Randeep Guleria Explains When Will The Common Man Get The Vaccine
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Common people can only register and get vaccinated against COVID-19 once the priority group has received the vaccine, says Dr Randeep Guleria
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Experts Explain The Objective Behind India’s COVID Vaccine Dry Run

Experts Explain The Objective Behind India’s COVID Vaccine Dry Run
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NDTV speaks with experts to understand more about the ongoing dry-runs for India’s COVID vaccination drive
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