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More than 79L vaccination doses available with states, UTs

The ministry said that so far provided nearly 16.37 crore vaccine doses (16,37,62,300) to the states and UTs free of cost and as of 8 a.m. on Saturday the total consumption including wastage is 15,58,48,782 doses.

Koregaon-Bhima: NIA questions laptop hacking charge by US firm

The NIA's denial came in an affidavit filed in the Bombay High Court, dismissing contentions by the US firm Arsenal Consulting, which had claimed that the damning material including a conspiracy to assassinate the Prime Minister

Congress launches Hello Doctor tele consultation for Covid

India needs to stand together and help our people. We have launched 'Hello Doctor', a medical advisory helpline. Please call +919983836838 for medical advice. Dear Dr's & mental health professionals, we need your help.

7 Covid patients die due to Oxygen crisis in Gurugram hospital

Attendants of the deceased created ruckus inside the hospital premises. Some family members also staged protest outside the hospital.

8 COVID-19 patients die at Delhi hospital due to oxygen shortage

Hospitals across the national capital had sent out SOS messages last week about depleting supplies of oxygen.

Mumbai teacher drives auto-rickshaw to ferry COVID-19 patients for free

Dattatraya Sawant, a teacher by profession, drives the auto-rickshaw by himself and provides a free ride to COVID-19 patients while taking all precautions like wearing a PPE kit, sanitisation and others.

National parks, sanctuaries to remain closed due to rising Covid-19 cases

The Ministry has also instructed the Chief Wildlife Wardens to initiate preventive measures to stop the transmission and spread of virus from humans to wild animals in the National Parks, sanctuaries and other protected areas.

Fauci suggests lockdown in India to break chain of covid transmission

Fauci, in an interview to The Indian Express, said another most important thing in the immediate is to get supplies of oxygen, medication, PPEs.

CII extends support to enhance medical infrastructure in south

Many of the CII member companies in the healthcare, pharma, life sciences and medical equipment sectors have ramped up production of essential medical supplies like medical oxygen, ventilators, makeshift hospitals

Australians to face five-year jail or hefty fine if they return home from India

The decision was announced after a meeting of the National Cabinet on Friday and will come into force from Monday.

US imposing restrictions on travel from India starting Tuesday: Harris

We have announced that starting Tuesday on the advice of the CDC (Centres for Disease Control, our COVID-19 experts, medical experts and national security advisors -- travel restrictions will come into force for India

India records highest single-day spike with over 4 lakh new COVID cases

With 3,523 people succumbing to the infection in the last 24 hours, the death toll has mounted to 2,11,853. Currently, there are 32,68,710 active cases of COVID-19 in the country.

At least 12 killed in fire at COVID hospital in Gujarat’s Bharuch

According to Rajendrasinh Chudasama, Superintendent of Police, Bharuch, the fire broke that broke out in the ICU due to a short circuit have been doused.

Venkaiah Naidu lists 3Rs, 3Es to uplift women

Hyderabad: If the women in the country need to grow and excel in every field of life, then it is important that we provide...

Madhya Pradesh mulls closing inter-state borders to curb COVID-19 cases

The government has suspended till May 7 inter-state movement of passenger buses from neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, which is also witnessing a spike in cases.

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