The Delhi government on Thursday set up a 13-member committee to prepare an action plan for a possible third wave of COVID-19 after assessing the current status and projected requirement of the health infrastructure such as hospitals, oxygen plants and drug supplies in the city.
The government is examining Pfizer’s request for indemnity and will take a decision in the larger interest of people and on merit, NITI Aayog Member (Health) V K Paul said on Thursday.
At a press conference, Paul said, “Yes we are engaged with Pfizer and they
Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis in India, the global supply of COVAX has been badly hit, so much so that there are many parts of the world where one shot has been dispensed to health workers or frontline workers and the second shot has
Special emphasis laid on tackling adolescents’ & children’s mental health issues
In wake of the present dreadful wave of the pandemic, mental & emotional well-being is emerging as a prime concern. In this scenario, Apeejay Education recently organised a webinar on mental health for its school
The detailed report captures and addresses the understanding of the consumer psychology and attitude towards the use of condom
Condom Alliance, a shared value collective of condom market players and other stakeholders to improve the well-being of young people in India, launched India’s first ever Condomology
Transasia Bio-Medicals Ltd., India’s Leading IVD Company has stepped up its efforts to augment the capacity of various state governments to provide timely oxygen support to their citizens. As India fights the second wave of the pandemic, Transasia has swiftly arranged to provide 200 BiPAP
Is the 3 rd wave gonna impact kids more?
As, we have seen things spanning out from December 2019, the first wave impacted the elderly the most, followed by people aged 18 to 45 in the second wave. Looking at the trend as
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It has been over a year since COVID-19 proved to be a threat to mankind. It has been mercilessly challenging our healthcare system; doctors and frontline workers. The healthcare infrastructure in our country moved from
Company has kept manufacturing facilities open during Lockdown and stepped up production of essential medical devices
Supply chain has been expanded 40% to support quicker deliveries and access healthcare facilities in remote parts of the country
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India has become the second country after the US to have crossed 20 crore cumulative COVID-19 vaccination coverage, the Union health ministry said on Wednesday.
India achieved this coverage in 130 days as against the USA’s feat in 124 days, the ministry said.
According to data available