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The Right Way to Administer Covid Vaccine: Why It Is So Important
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The Right Way to Administer Covid Vaccine: Why It Is So Important

Vaccination has become a very important thing to have nowadays amid covid breakdown, where everyone is booking slots and taking the dose. Have you noticed the way of administering vaccination or will you believe that the wrong way of injecting in your bodies can cause you blood clotting? We will discuss the right way to administer covid vaccine.  This new study of Germany and Italy says that the wrong way of putting covid-19 vaccines can cause your blood clot. This is why you need to take care of certain things while going to get jabbed. Blood clotting was among the common side effects of vaccination. Previously it was thought that it might be a side effect of medication and various studies have been done over all the vaccines. And surprisingly it was concluded that not using the correc...
Covid-19 Third Wave is Approaching Maharashtra Amid Surge of Delta Plus Variant
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Covid-19 Third Wave is Approaching Maharashtra Amid Surge of Delta Plus Variant

Maharashtra has been the hotspot in the first and second waves of covid-19 infection, which is why it is on the top of the list of the spread of infection once again. The highest number of delta plus variant is observed in Maharashtra across the country. Which has now covered almost 12 other states of the country. As of now the total number of delta plus cases has reached up to 56, so is this an indication of a new curse in the form of covid-19 third wave. Read more: Maharashtra reports first death from delta plus variant as 80 years old Ratnagiri passed away Coronavirus is attacking the globe with its continuous evolution. After numerous virus strains, the delta plus variant seems most dangerous and scary. The spread of infection from Maharashtra to Madhya Pradesh is alarming for the ...
China Allows the Couples to Have Third Child in the Mid of Pandemic
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China Allows the Couples to Have Third Child in the Mid of Pandemic

China is going to allow couples of its country to have their third child, the china government said on Monday, further the relaxation for family planning rules five years after a “two-child policy” that failed up to a great extent in boosting birth rates. The announcement came by a meeting followed by 25 members Politurbo, chaired by China’s President and Communist Party of China General Secretary Xi Jinping, “to hear reports on major policy measures to actively address the aging of the population during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025)”, State media said. For 40 years, China executed a controversial one-child policy that was the strictest family planning regulation globally and was imposed in 2016 due to the overwhelmed concerns over an aging workforce and economic dullness....
The rest of the IPL to be held in UAE in September- October says BCCI
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The rest of the IPL to be held in UAE in September- October says BCCI

As of Saturday, the board of control for cricket in India announced that the rest of IPL will be held in the United Arab emirates. The board has come up with the decision to organize the remaining IPL matches in September and October because of the monsoon season in those months. The decision was made by the BCCI’s s special general meeting which was held virtually on Saturday. Though, IPL was postponed on May 4, when several players and support staff across the team tested positive for covid-19. "The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday announced to complete the remaining matches of VIVO Indian Premier League 2021 season in the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E) considering the monsoon season in India in the months of September-October this year," BCCI said in a release. ...
Apple is Planning for Redesigning Air Pods This Year, New Airpods Pro in 2022
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Apple is Planning for Redesigning Air Pods This Year, New Airpods Pro in 2022

Apple is preparing for modernization of its entry-level air pods for this year and a new creation of the AirPods for next year, according to the people with knowledge of the matter. The new base ear pods will spot the first update to the product since March 2019 with the addition of a new design resembling that of Airpods pro. The earbuds will come with a new case and shorter stems poking out of the bottom of each one. The upcoming air pod pro will be the first update to the product since October 2019 and will consist of an updated motion sensor with a focus on fitness tracking, people said keeping the name anonymous. Previously Apple had aimed to launch the new Airpods pro as early as this year, reported by Bloomberg in 2020. The renovation to its wireless earbuds range will boost the...
“WhatsApp lawsuit of defiance”, Government Respects Right to Privacy
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“WhatsApp lawsuit of defiance”, Government Respects Right to Privacy

  Addressing WhatsApp's refusal to comply with new IT rules as a "clear act of defiance” the ministry of electronics and information technology has said that having respect for the right to privacy doesn’t refer to unlimited rights and will come with reasonable restrictions. The government was acknowledging WhatsApp's lawsuit against the new IT rules, which was filed in the Delhi high court on May 25, the last date of the compliance with the new IT rules. “The Government of India is committed to ensure the Right of Privacy to all its citizens but at the same time it is also the responsibility of the government to maintain law and order and ensure national security,” Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, adding that “none of the measures proposed by India will impact the normal ...
Facebook is Aiming to Comply With Provision of The IT Rules
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Facebook is Aiming to Comply With Provision of The IT Rules

Today, on Tuesday Facebook said that it is aiming to comply with the government’s new rules purposive to regulate online content, just a few hours before the three-month deadline for social media companies to end. “We aim to comply with the provisions of the IT rules and continue to discuss a few of the issues which need more engagement with the government”, a Facebook spokesperson said in a statement. The company further said that it is working to “implement operational processes and improve efficiencies”. “ Facebook remains committed to people’s ability to freely and safely express themselves on our platform,” the statement added. Apart from the main platform, the company also owns WhatsApp and Instagram, which are also impacted by the new rules of IT. As of February 25, the governm...
Center Restarts On-Site Registration for 18-44 Age Group for Covid-19 Vaccination
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Center Restarts On-Site Registration for 18-44 Age Group for Covid-19 Vaccination

As of Monday, the feature for on-site registration for 18-44 age group has been enabled on the Cowin portal, the ministry of health and family welfare informed today. Though, the feature has been enabled only for the government covid centers, as for now. The health ministry said that the feature would not be available for the private covid centers at this time, and it also mentioned that the private CVCs will have to publish their vaccination schedules entirely with slots for online appointments. “This feature will be used only upon the decision of the respective state/ UT government to do so. state/ UT me just decide on the opening of on-site registration/ facilitated cohort’s registration and appointments for 18-44 years age group based on the local context just an additional measure...
Arwind Kejriwal’s 4 Suggestions to Ramp Up the Vaccination to PM Modi
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Arwind Kejriwal’s 4 Suggestions to Ramp Up the Vaccination to PM Modi

Delhi’s CM Arwind Kejriwal wrote to pm Modi today afternoon suggesting to him the 4 strategies to ramp up the vaccine production as he highlighted the national capital has “paused the rollout” for the 18-44 years age group due to shortage of vaccine doses. "To protect the country from a third Covid wave, it's important to speed up the vaccination drive," he said in an appeal to the center earlier today. "All the doses that we received from the government (for 18-44 age group) have been used. A few doses were left, which will also be used by the evening. This is sad. We have written to the center about this...as soon as we receive a supply, we will reopen the centres," said the Chief Minister during a video address. CM said that every month, Delhi needs 80 lakh doses, but it received on...