MHA Cautions States To Avoid Large Gatherings, Maintain Covid Norms On Independence Day;

MHA Cautions States To Avoid Large Gatherings, Maintain Covid Norms On Independence Day;

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has asked states to avoid large congregations at programmes ahead of the Independence day. The MHA cautioned the states to ensure following of Covid-19 norms and guidelines, including proper sanitization, wearing masks, maintaining social distancing. “All programmes should be organized in a way that large congregation of people is … Read more

Delhi Reports 50 COVID-19 Cases, 4 Fatalities in a Day; Positivity Rate 0.08 Pc

India, UK to Conduct Clinical Trials of Ashwagandha for Promoting Recovery from Covid-19

The national capital reported 50 Covid-19 cases and four fatalities in a day while the positivity rate stood at 0.08 per cent, according to a health bulletin on Tuesday. On Sunday, 51 Covid infections and no death were recorded. This data was revealed on Tuesday as the Delhi government had not released the Covid-19 bulletin for the … Read more

UP First State to Clock 5 Cr Total Vaccinations, to Hit Record of 25 Lakh Doses in a Day

Potent Immune Response, Supply Shortage Have Pushed These Countries to Allow Mix and Match of Covid Vaccines

Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday became the first state in the country to cross a total of five crore Covid-19 vaccinations and also broke the record held by Madhya Pradesh of the most vaccinations in a single day. As part of a special drive, Uttar Pradesh has done nearly 24 lakh vaccinations as on 7 pm … Read more

News18 Evening Digest: PM Modi Invites Indian Contingent as Special Guests for Independence Day & Other Top Stories

News18 Evening Digest: PM Modi Invites Indian Contingent as Special Guests for Independence Day & Other Top Stories

As New Covid Variants Emerge, a Look at Countries That Are Opting for Booster Shots for Their Citizens As new variants of the coronavirus continue to surface despite widespread vaccination in several countries, medical experts are debating about the need for a booster shot of Covid-19 vaccine, even among those who are vaccinated, to protect … Read more

51 Covid-19 Cases, No Death Reported in Delhi in a Day, Says Health Bulletin

Mizoram Suffering Worst Covid Surge, Rate of Infection Alarming: Health Minister

Fifty-one COVID-19 cases and zero deaths were recorded in Delhi in a day, the city government said on Tuesday. The figures are of Sunday as the health department did not release the COVID-19 bulletin for the day. The health authorities conducted 53,728 COVID-19 tests on Sunday and the positivity rate stood at 0.09 per cent, … Read more

Day After Cancelling Registration of 60 Private Hospitals, MP Govt Seeks Action Against 11 Doctors For Practicing Against Norms

With Global Surge in Delta Variant Cases, Do Vaccinated People Need to Go Back to Masking? | Explained

A day after cancelling registrations of 60 private hospitals and nursing homes across Madhya Pradesh over several anomalies, the health directorate on Monday initiated action against 11 private medical practitioners for violating norms. These practitioners were on contract with several private hospitals and clinics as resident doctors, however, as per the existing norms, a physician … Read more

Turkey Battles Wildfires For 6th Day, 10,000 Are Evacuated

Maha: Latur Police Register Graft Case Against Engineer

Bozalan (Turkey) (AP) Selcuk Sanli set his two cows loose, put his family’s most treasured belongings in a car and fled his home as a wildfire approached his village near Turkey’s beach resort of Bodrum, one of thousands fleeing flames that have coated the skies with a thick yellow haze. For the sixth straight day, … Read more

Turkey Wildfires: Turkey battles wildfires for 6th day; 10,000 are evacuated | World News – Times of India

Turkey Wildfires: Turkey battles wildfires for 6th day; 10,000 are evacuated | World News - Times of India

BOZALAN, TURKEY: Agriculture and Forestry Minister Bekir Pakdemirli said crews were still tackling seven fires in the coastal provinces of Antalya and Mugla that are popular tourist areas. Other active fires were in Isparta, 380 kilometers (236 miles) northeast, and in Denizli province in southwest Turkey. Another fire in Tunceli, in southeast Turkey, was contained … Read more

Teenager Drowns In Dam During Outing On Friendship Day

The court sought the law ministry’s response after going through a statement by the World Health Organisation, which has declared virginity testing as unscientific, medically unnecessary and unreliable.

The court sought the law ministry’s response after going through a statement by the World Health Organisation, which has declared virginity testing as unscientific, medically unnecessary and unreliable. An outing by a group of boys on Friendship Day took a tragic turn when one of them drowned in the Gidkhad dam in Palghar district, police … Read more

India Needs to Double Its Vaccination Rate to 92L Doses Per Day For December Target: Report

Potent Immune Response, Supply Shortage Have Pushed These Countries to Allow Mix and Match of Covid Vaccines

India will need to administer an average of 92 lakh doses a day if it is to meet the year-end target of fully vaccinating all those aged 18 or more. According to the math done by a report in Times of India, it means maintaining a daily average that is 1.6 times as much as … Read more

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