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Covid-19 vaccination: Only six states to administer jabs for 18+ from today

Covid-19 vaccination: Only six states to administer jabs for 18+ from today

New Delhi: As the country undergoes Phase 3 of its ambitious Covid-19 vaccination drive, several states and UT’s pull themselves out due to insufficient stock to start vaccination for the 18 to 44 age group. As per recent reports only six states – Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and

Ten states including UP account for over 78 % of new Covid-19 deaths in India

Ten states including UP account for over 78 % of new Covid-19 deaths in India

New Delhi: Maharashtra, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh are among the 10 worst Covid hit states that account for 78.53 per cent of the new single day deaths linked to Coronavirus infection, the Union health ministry data said on Wednesday. Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Jharkahnd, Rajasthan, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh are the other

Centre adds more private hospitals to extend reach of Covid vaccination

Centre adds more private hospitals to extend reach of Covid vaccination

New Delhi: On the third day since the second phase of the Covid-19 vaccination drive began with over 50 lakh beneficiaries registering for the inoculation against the deadly virus, the Central government on Tuesday directed all states to rope in more private hospitals, including those that are not affiliated to

Covid inoculation phase II starts from March 1, Know how to get vaccine

Covid inoculation phase II starts from March 1, Know how to get vaccine

New Delhi: As the second phase of Covid-19 vaccination would begin from March 1, with priority for those over 60, people over 45 can also get vaccine against the deadly virus by furnishing some medical certificate. People who are over 45 with co-morbidities and looking to get Covid vaccination in

PM Modi likely to get Covid-19 vaccine jab in 2nd phase

PM Modi likely to get Covid-19 vaccine jab in 2nd phase

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reportedly to get his vaccine shot for Covid-19 in the second phase of the inoculation drive against Corona, which is likely to happen in the month of March or April, said two top government officials on Wednesday. Ahead the launch of this world’s

Tens of thousands hesitant to take India’s COVID vaccination after 2 deaths reported

Tens of thousands hesitant to take India’s COVID vaccination after 2 deaths reported

New Delhi: Nearly one-third of those invited to receive the immunization against Covid-19 in world’s largest vaccination drive reportedly skip the inoculation after reports of 580 beneficiaries experiencing adverse side-effects and two deaths were confirmed by the government. The health ministry, however, dismissed the link between these deaths and vaccination,

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