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    India's Vaccination Can't Protect From Third Wave
    India's Vaccination Can't Protect From Third Wave
    The pace at which the vaccinations are happening in India is so slow that it cannot save the nation from the upcoming third wave, as per some experts in the field.
    Covid Handling India's Gravest Governance Failure
    Covid Handling India's Gravest Governance Failure
    Former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday released the party's 'White Paper' on management of Covid-19, accusing the Central government of not taking adequate measures to prevent and contain the pandemic.
    Experts suggest inoculating kids, teenagers at the earliest
    Experts suggest inoculating kids, teenagers at the earliest
    As studies conducted by the Tamil Nadu State Public Health revealed that the Delta Covid variant has led to a majority of positive cases in the state, experts are of the opinion that children and teenagers should be inoculated against the virus at the earliest after conducting trials.
    Supply of Covaxin to govt at Rs 150/dose not sustainable
    Supply of Covaxin to govt at Rs 150/dose not sustainable
    The supply price of Covaxin to the government of India at Rs 150 a dose is a non-competitive price and clearly not sustainable in the long run.
    STAR Remains Leader Among Broadcasters
    STAR Remains Leader Among Broadcasters
    STAR continued to remain the undoubted leader among broadcasters in May, with group level viewership share of 39.4 per cent, slightly down on high base of IPL viewership in April'21, according to a research by Elara Securities.
    BookMyShow lays off 200 employees amid pandemic woes
    BookMyShow lays off 200 employees amid pandemic woes
    Online ticketing platform BookMyShow has laid off 200 employees as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect businesses.
    India's Covid vax policy leading to avertable deaths: Experts
    India's Covid vax policy leading to avertable deaths: Experts
    The Indian government's Covid-19 vaccination approach has inappropriately prioritised people and is thus causing huge numbers of avertable deaths, warn a team of nine experts from research institutes in the UK and India.
    Pfizer's vaccine may cost less than $10 a dose in India
    Pfizer's vaccine may cost less than $10 a dose in India
    US pharmaceutical major Pfizer may price its mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccine, co-developed by BioNTech, below $10 (about Rs 730) a dose in India, sources close to the development indicated.
    India Reports Slight Spike Wed With 93,896 New Cases
    India Reports Slight Spike Wed With 93,896 New Cases
    India's daily Covid-19 cases remained below the 100,000 again today, however, the daily death record saw a massive spike.
    Opinion: Secret Behind The Highest Price Of Covaxin
    Opinion: Secret Behind The Highest Price Of Covaxin
    Entire world is in the vaccination drive to combat Covid-19. Different countries are inoculating their people with respective vaccines.
    India Registers Below 1 Lakh Cases After 68 Days
    India Registers Below 1 Lakh Cases After 68 Days
    India on Monday recorded less than 1 lakh new cases after 68 days while the toll reached below 2,000 after 49 days.
    Free Covid vax to 18 plus age group from June 21: Modi
    Free Covid vax to 18 plus age group from June 21: Modi
    As the second wave of coronavirus has been indicating a declining trend in India for the last few days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday announced that all Indians above 18 years of age will be administered free Covid-19 vaccine from June 21.
    Covishield Produces More Antibodies than Covaxin
    Covishield Produces More Antibodies than Covaxin
    A study conducted by Coronavirus Vaccine-induced Antibody Titre (COVAT) has found that seropositivity rates and median anti-spike antibody titre was significantly higher in Astra Zeneca’s Covishield as compared to Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin.
    Twitter Removes Verified Badge From Naidu's Account
    Twitter Removes Verified Badge From Naidu's Account
    In an incident that shows that Twitter can withdraw the blue verified badge against any verified account irrespective of the importance of the position of the account holder, the social media
    No Covid Deaths Among The Fully Vaccinated People
    No Covid Deaths Among The Fully Vaccinated People
    Even amidst fears there are myths surrounding the vaccination. Some are still believing that even the the people who got the two jabs of vaccine are not completely shielded by the virus.
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