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COVID-19 Vaccines And Dosage: WHO’s Soumya Swaminathan Answers FAQs On Vaccines
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COVID-19 Vaccines And Dosage: WHO’s Soumya Swaminathan Answers FAQs On Vaccines

The second phase of the coronavirus vaccination drive in India will begin March 1, with priority given to people over 60 and those over 45 with co-morbidities ...
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AIIMS Director Hails Move To Expand Ambit Of COVID-19 Vaccination, Phase 2 To Begin From March 1
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AIIMS Director Hails Move To Expand Ambit Of COVID-19 Vaccination, Phase 2 To Begin From March 1

Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Wednesday (February 24) announced that people above 60 years and above 45 years with co-morbidities will be vaccinated from March 1 in the next phase of doses against coronavirus ...
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Dr Reddy's To Submit Additional Data For Emergency Approval Of COVID-19 Vaccine Sputnik V
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Dr Reddy’s Laboratories To Submit Additional Immunogenicity Data For Emergency Approval Of COVID-19 Vaccine Sputnik V

On 19 February, Dr Reddy's Laboratories announced that it has initiated the process with the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the well-studied human adenoviral vector-based platform vaccine candidate, Sputnik V ...
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All Above 60 Years Of Age, 45-Plus With Comorbidities Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine From March 1
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All Above 60 Years Of Age, 45-Plus With Comorbidities Can Get COVID-19 Vaccine From March 1

The COVID-19 vaccine shots will be administered at 10,000 government-run centres (where it will be free of cost) and 20,000 private centres, for which charges will be confirmed in a few days ...
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Role Of Private Sector In COVID-19 Vaccination To Get Deeper And Wider Soon: NITI Aayog Member
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Role Of Private Sector In COVID-19 Vaccination To Get Deeper And Wider Soon: NITI Aayog Member

Dr VK Paul, Member (Health), NITI Aayog said that the virus is lurking all the time and as per the latest sero-survey, a large proportion of the citizens are still vulnerable to COVID-19 ...
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Centre Writes To States To Increase COVID-19 Vaccination Pace
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Centre Writes To States To Increase COVID-19 Vaccination Pace

According to Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, a large number of healthcare and frontline workers still remain to get COVID-19 vaccination and so the pace of vaccination drive and its coverage need to be accelerated exponentially ...
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Coronavirus Explained: What Is The Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Being Used In India And How Safe Is It?
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Coronavirus Explained: All About The Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine, Covishield

According to a study published in The Lancet medical journal, the Oxford COVID-19 vaccine provides higher efficacy when the gap between two doses is three months instead of six weeks ...
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COVID-19 Vaccines Myth Vs Fact No Vaccines Do Not Alter DNA
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COVID-19 Vaccines Myth Vs Fact: No Vaccines Do Not Alter DNA

According to the experts, mRNA vaccines having the ability to alter human DNA is a myth as mRNA does not enter the nucleus of the cells where DNA resides ...
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COVID-19 Vaccine Maybe Available In Open Market By Year End: AIIMS Director
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COVID-19 Vaccine Maybe Available In Open Market By Year End: AIIMS Director

Dr Randeep Guleria highlighted that pandemic is still not over and India is in a good position but people should not have vaccine hesitancy and get inoculated ...
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India To Multiply Vaccinations Amid Coverage Concerns
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India To Multiply Vaccinations Amid Coverage Concerns

India has covered 60 per cent of its nearly 10 million healthcare workers since starting the drive on January 16 ...
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Single Dose Of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Provokes Strong Immune Response: Study
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Single Dose Of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Provokes Strong Immune Response: Study

Researchers from Bar-Ilan University and Ziv Medical Center in Israel noted that the real-world evidence with regard to the COVID-19 vaccine remains scarce even though the clinical trial data are encouraging ...
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Pace Of COVID-19 Vaccination Has Been Kept Slow Intentionally To Iron Out Glitches: Indian Council Of Medical Research
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Pace Of COVID-19 Vaccination Has Been Kept Slow Intentionally To Iron Out Glitches: Indian Council Of Medical Research

Dr. NK Arora said that the pace of immunisation has been kept slower than the target as the government wanted to take stock of the hiccups and gradually iron those out ...
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