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Ahead Of Festive Season, Centre Extends COVID-19 Guidelines Till Sept 20

Union Ministry Of Home Affairs(MHA), in a statement, said, "The overall pandemic situation at the national level now appears to be largely stable, except for the localised spread of the virus in a few States. Moreover, the total number of active cases and high case positivity in some districts continues to remain a matter of concern."

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Universal Health Coverage: India's Commitments Under SDGs

Investing in health helps in poverty alleviation, but poverty alleviation programs can't meet their goals untill appropriate financial protection against health costs is in place.

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Mukesh Ambani Headed Reliance Life Sciences To Conduct Trials for COVID-19 Vaccine

Talking about the present time, there are a total number of six vaccines that have got emergency use authorisation like Bharat Biotech's Covaxin, Russia’s Sputnik V, Serum Institute’s Covishield, Moderna’s, Johnson & Johnson’s, and Cadila’s were approved last week.

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COVID-19 Update: India’s Cumulative Vaccination Coverage Crosses 61 Cr Mark

"The Union Government is committed to accelerating the pace and expanding the scope of COVID-19 vaccination throughout the country," read the official statement.

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Kids Covid Jab: To Whom It May Concern

We should start vaccinating children as soon as the vaccine trial results are declared and the government announces the recommendation. And off course when the vaccine is available Are we ready?

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Rapid Development Of Efficacious COVID-19 Vaccine Is One Of The Few Success Stories From This Pandemic: Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh

Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director, WHO South-East Asia Region in conversation with Jyotsna Sharma from BW Businessworld on the third wave of Covid-19 – the current condition and the outlook.

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“The landscape is undergoing a sea change, not just from the perspective of new products, advanced formulations, etc. but also by way of communication.” -Mauli Teli, CEO, Iba Halal Cosmetics

“Today just like food, consumers wish to know more about where their cosmetics are coming from, what goes into them and what ingredients work well for their specific needs and problems.”

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Hope To Start Supply of ZyCoV-D Vaccine By Mid To End Sept: Zydus Group MD

Asked if the company was considering partnering with other firms to scale up production of its vaccine, Patel said Zydus Cadila is actively looking at ramping up manufacturing both domestically through partnerships and also outside of the country.

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IVF Medication: Why So Costly?

A significant question regarding fertility treatments that strike a couple’s mind when they plan of undergoing IVF treatment in India is - 'what is the cost of IVF treatment'.

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Physics, Consciousness And Yoga

Forced vibrations happen at frequencies of applied force and are external. When natural and forced frequencies equal, resonance occurs, multiplying amplitudes, even causing failure.

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Aurobindo Pharma Says Rs 420-Cr Deal To Acquire 51% In Cronus Pharma Cancelled

The company had entered into binding agreements with Cronus for acquisition of 51 per cent ownership by subscribing to 95,059,963 equity shares of Rs 10 each at a premium of Rs 34.18 per equity share aggregating to Rs 420 crore.

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Udaan, Throttle Aerospace Systems Complete Trial-Run For Drone Delivery Of Medicines

The pilot was led by (TAS) and Udaan under the supervision of the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), a statement said.

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Pfizer, AstraZeneca Covid Vaccines Less Effective Against Delta Variant: Oxford-Led Study

The yet to be peer-reviewed study found that the people who had been vaccinated after already being infected with COVID-19 had even more protection than vaccinated individuals who had not had COVID-19 before.

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Pfizer, AstraZeneca COVID Vaccines Less Effective Against Delta Variant: Oxford-led Study

The researchers, however, noted that with Delta, Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and Oxford-AstraZeneca preventive, known as Covishield in India, still offer good protection against new infections.

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Vaccines For Children May Be Available By September: National Institute Of Virology

Hopefully the results will be available soon and they will be presented to regulators. Probably by September or just after September, we may have a vaccine for children this is Covaxin, says Priya Abraham, Director of the National Institute of Virology

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