PM Modi held a meeting with chief ministers to review the Covid-19 situation in the country and discuss the ongoing vaccination drive.
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Concerned over sudden rise in Covid-19 cases, state health department has asked all private hospitals across Bihar to reserve 10-25% beds for treatment of infected patients, an official said on Thursday
Authorities at Shahid Nirmal Mahto Medical College Hospital (SNMMCH) have decided to accelerate Covid-19 testing from Thursday to clear the backlog of samples Per day 2500 to 3000 samples come at SNMMCH lab that has capacity of conducting around 2000 tests only
Bihar, which has achieved 17% first dose Covid-19 vaccination coverage against the target population of 10
The contract with India for the acquisition of 36 Rafales has been established on a government-to-government basis.
Prashant Sedhia, the centre’s cold chain manager, said nurse Brijeshwari Dubey administered the dose to Khete Patel. He added Patel’s Aadhaar card declared his year of birth as 1898, which shows him to be 122
As Covid-19 cases surge, and economic distress persists, politics is marked by institutional discord and communalism
Admitting that the second wave of the viral disease had hit India, the Assam health minister said tests for Covid-19 would be increased to around 100,000 daily.
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The number of Covid-19 cases had eased in India but a second wave of the virus has since returned with a vengeance, with more than 126,000 new infections recorded in the past 24 hours, a new record.
The Centre has dismissed the claims of vaccine shortage while 'vaccine out of stock' board was put up at many centres on Thursday.
A fake negative report from a pathological lab costs a mere Rs2,000 ($26.8) in Noida on the outskirts of Delhi.
The Union health minister issued a statement later on Wednesday evening.
India opened up its vaccination drive to all people above 45 last week. The previous two phases of the drive — the first was aimed at frontline workers and the second at those above 60, or above 45 with comorbidities – were dogged by slow roll-out, teething problems, vaccine hesitancy, and misinformation.
Hundreds of thousands of farmers have camped outside Delhi since November last year in protest against three controversial central laws that aim to liberalise the farm economy.