Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that India takes pride in having the world's largest COVID-19 vaccination programme and more than 54 crore people have already taken the vaccine doses.
In his Independence Day address from the ramparts of the Red Fort, the prime minister
The Centre will provide a financial package of Rs 1,300 crore to Northeastern states to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Tuesday.
Assessing the Covid-19 situation with health ministers of all the Northeastern states in Guwahati, Mandaviya said the fund is
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Over the last year, public health advice has recommended hand hygiene to break the cycle of COVID transmission along with other measures, such as distancing and mask wearing.
Hygiene was a significant part of the health measures to control the coronavirus at the start of the
The pandemic forced Indian pharma companies to come together and work as a team in the hour of crisis. The trend, experts suggest, will continue for solving long-term issues such as innovation, R&D and digitisation.
The pandemic has brought forth many learnings for the pharmaceutical industry.
Centre said that 49,85,51,660 vaccine doses have been provided to States and UTs so far, through all sources and a further 20,94,890 doses are in the pipeline
The Central government on Tuesday informed that more than 2.75 crore unutilized COVID-19 vaccine doses are still available with
Even as we have possibly crossed the mayhem unleashed by the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic, the pertinent question lingering every Indian’s mind is whether or not our healthcare is equipped to handle any more unforeseen crisis of such magnitude. While we gradually return to
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge and everlasting impact on hospitals. Its outbreak in 2020,
saw many hospitals shut their doors on their patients, and defer treatment and care, due to safety concerns. They partially opened up at the end of the year, but even
There is a global shortage of health personnel. In 2013, that shortage was estimated to be 12.9 million. By 2030, based on pre-Covid trends, it is expected to be at least 18 million, including 5.9 million nurses.
In all countries of the world, the production of