The government minister tasked with overseeing Japan’s coronavirus vaccination campaign on Monday urged the European Union to ensure stable exports of European-made vaccines, warning that any attempt to suspend shipments amid a shortage in Europe would harm relations.
Vaccine Minister Taro Kono”s comments in an interview
COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer Inc with BioNTech SE and Moderna Inc reduced risk of infection by 80% two weeks or more after the first of two shots, according to data from a real-world U.S. study released on Monday.
The risk of infection fell 90% by
Chinese officials briefed diplomats Friday on the ongoing research into the origin of COVID-19, ahead of the expected release of a long-awaited report from the World Health Organisation.
The briefing appeared to be an attempt by China to get out its view on the report, which
The White House is considering supporting a move by India and South Africa before the World Trade Organization on emergency temporary waiver of some Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) rules so that greater supplies of COVID-19 vaccines, treatment, and diagnostic tests can be
In view of the lack of coordination and approval from the respective state governments for a speedy COVID Vaccination programme, the Association of Healthcare Providers- India (AHPI) today said that governments need to provide approvals to all big, medium, and small private hospitals for vaccination.
The special guests present during the virtual Inaugural session were Mr. Pradeep Multani, Sr. Vice President, PHDCCI, H.E. Mr. Ung Sean, Ambassador, Royal Embassy of Cambodia, H.E. Mr. Bounneme Chouanghom, Ambassador, Embassy of the Lao People's Democratic Republic, H.E. Dr. Ahmed A. R Albanna, Ambassador,
In a very rare instance, two patients with the same heart disease were operated by two generations of doctors from the same family, at Frontier Lifeline Hospital. Both the patients - Mr. Chinniah Naidu Rose & Mrs. Ramya Subramanian underwent Mitral Valve Replacement for the
Author:Mr. Chander Shekhar Sibal, Senior Vice President, Head of Medical Division, Fujifilm India
Every year, on 24 March World Tuberculosis (TB) Day is observed to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the
People aged 45 and above account for about 88 per cent of all COVID-19 deaths in India making them the most vulnerable section, the Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday, a day after the government opened up vaccinations for all those in the age bracket
India will focus on meeting the domestic demand for coronavirus vaccines in view of a spike in COVID-19 infections in several states, and it will not expand the export of vaccines for the next few months, people familiar with the development said on Wednesday. They,