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The Central Government said More than 41.69 Crore Doses of Covid-19 Vaccine were Given to all States

The second wave of the corona pandemic in the country is not over yet. The daily cases of infection continue to fluctuate amid fears of a third wave. Corona has once again started wreaking havoc in many states including Kerala and Maharashtra. Also, read| Third Wave is Coming: Covid Patients increasing rapidly in Maharashtra and Kerala, experts warn In the last 24 hours, 38,112 new corona patients have been found in the country and 560 people have died due to corona. A day before this i.e. on Friday, 39,072 new cases were found in the country and 544 people have died due to infection. Also, read| For Women infected by Covid during Pregnancy, Vaccine is necessary for them after Delivery More than 41.69 crore doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccine were given to all states The Union Ministr...
Covid-19 vaccination is for those who need, not who want: Government
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Covid-19 vaccination is for those who need, not who want: Government

  Amid the surge of covid-19, the demands of vaccinating all age groups of people have increased. The union health ministry said that it will not be open for all age groups as of now. The vaccination drive aims to first vaccinate those who need it, not those who want it. A wide population of people is curious to know that why vaccination shouldn’t open for all ages. Well, there is two aim of the covid-19 vaccination drive- to prevent deaths and prevent healthcare system. The aim is not to administer the vaccine to those who want it but to those who need it," said Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, addressing a press conference on the current conditions of covid-19. Also read| PM Narendra Modi will meet CMs on April 8 to discuss the covid surge  This statement came after Maha...
India Gifted 200,000 Covid Doses to UN Peacekeepers On 27th March
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India Gifted 200,000 Covid Doses to UN Peacekeepers On 27th March

  India’s Gift of 200,000 Covid Doses sent to UN Peacekeepers on 27th March. And then will be distributed to the peacekeeping missions.  However, The Indian External Affairs Minister JaiShankar Prasad had announced in February, that India will gift 200,000 doses of Covid vaccine to UN peacekeepers.  “Keeping in mind the UN Peacekeepers who operate in such difficult circumstances, we would like to announce today a gift of 200,000 doses for them," Jaishankar said While addressing the united nation security council. Therefore, Jaishankar prasad quoted from Bhagvat Geeta that “Do your work with the welfare of others always in mind." he reminds the mythological sayings.  According to UN Peacekeeping, as of January 31, 2021, A total of 85,782 personnel are serving...
Apollo Hospitals Want Private Market for Vaccine: Managing Director of Apollo 
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Apollo Hospitals Want Private Market for Vaccine: Managing Director of Apollo 

Sunita Reddy, the managing director of Apollo hospitals, told Bloomberg that she expects a private market for vaccines by march. She feels that the “government vaccination targets are quite accomplishable, but public and private have to shake hands for the better results. If we achieve this, we will be prepared for the second wave of covid, she added.”  Apollo hospital enterprises Ltd. is assisting the Indian government in providing vaccines to the front-line workers, as a part of a nationwide vaccine drive.  Managing director Sunita Reddy has revealed that the operator has trained 6,000 people and allotted 3,500 websites for the augmentation of the immunization campaign.  Our expectation is up to a month of March, she further said. She believes that there is so much advantage of ...