Here’s Everything You Need to Know About ‘Lambda’, the New COVID-19 Variant Found in 29 Countries

Telemedicine Services Become Boon in Chhattisgarh's Naxal-affected Dantewada

The World Health Organization has named a new COVID-19 virus strain in its ‘variant of interest’ list. This new addition to the list is astrain named ‘Lambda’ that was first detected in August 2020 in Peru. Since then, the variant has been reported in over 29 countries across the globe. On June 14, the WHO … Read more

Pakistan puts travel ban on people from 26 countries including India – Times of India

Pakistan puts travel ban on people from 26 countries including India - Times of India

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has placed strict restrictions on travellers from 26 countries, including India, to contain the spread of Covid-19 cases in the country. The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), a nerve centre to synergise effort against Covid-19 has placed these countries in the “C category” and revised the inbound air/land travel categories with an … Read more

PM Modi Thanks G7 Countries For Help During Second Covid Wave

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has committed the country’s support for “collective endeavours” to improve global health governance and emphasised the need for a “One Earth One Health” approach to this. Speaking virtually at the first Outreach Session of the G7 Summit today, he expressed appreciation for its support, as well as that of … Read more

Germany To Lift Travel Warning For Most Countries From July 1: Minister

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Countries recording infection rates of 50-200 cases would no longer be deemed a “risk-zone”. (File) Berlin: Germany will lift its pandemic travel warning for most countries from July 1, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Friday, bringing back more normalcy as citizens are increasingly vaccinated against Covid-19. Countries recording infection rates of 50-200 cases per 100,000 … Read more

Taking Up with Govts Issue of Indians Unable to Travel to Foreign Countries to Pursue Studies: MEA

Taking Up with Govts Issue of Indians Unable to Travel to Foreign Countries to Pursue Studies: MEA

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday said it is aware of the challenges being faced by the Indian students who are unable to travel to foreign countries to pursue their studies due to the restrictions put in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 and is taking up the issue with the governments … Read more

From Export Ban to Factory Fire, Problems at Serum Institute Cause Vaccine Shortage in Several Countries

From Export Ban to Factory Fire, Problems at Serum Institute Cause Vaccine Shortage in Several Countries

Countries from around the world including Bangladesh, Nepal and Rwanda are grappling with stalled Covid-19 vaccination programs as these countries are reporting vaccination shortage. These vaccination shortages around the world can be linked back to a common company, The Serum Institute of India. A report in the Bloomberg said that Serum Institute was named a … Read more

US Lawmakers Hail Move to Send Covid Vaccines to India, Other Countries

US Lawmakers Hail Move to Send Covid Vaccines to India, Other Countries

Top American lawmakers on Friday applauded the Biden Administration for its decision to distribute 25 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to India and other countries. I applaud the Biden Administration’s commitment to getting COVID-19 vaccines to countries that need them most, Senator John Cornyn, Co-Chair of the Senate India Caucus said. As Co-Chair of the … Read more

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