Paralysed Jharkhand Man Claims He Started Walking Again After Taking Covid Vaccine

Paralysed Jharkhand Man Claims He Started Walking Again After Taking Covid Vaccine

A man from Jharkhand, who had been bedridden for four years, claimed that he started walking again after taking the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. Dularchand Munda, 44, hailing from Bokaro district had met with an accident that caused him to lose his voice and become bedridden, reported India Today. He received the first […]

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Britain in a New Covid Countdown, While India Can't Count on Much Vaccine Protection against Omicron

Britain in a New Covid Countdown, While India Can’t Count on Much Vaccine Protection against Omicron

The number of reported Covid cases in Britain is likely to drop significantly after January 11, not because the incidence of the virus will necessarily fall but because the UK will begin to test – and count – differently. Most Covid numbers arise at present from lateral flow tests done at home. If the result […]

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SII Applies to Indian Authorities for Full Market Authorisation of Covishield Vaccine

SII Applies to Indian Authorities for Full Market Authorisation of Covishield Vaccine

Serum Institute of India (SII) CEO Adar Poonawala on Friday said it has applied to Indian authorities for full market authorisation of Covishield, stating supplies of the COVID-19 vaccine have exceeded 125 crore doses. SII had partnered with the developer of Covishield, AstraZeneca, for the supply of the vaccine to the Indian government, which had […]

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