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WHO Body Seeks More Clarification To Decide On Covaxin EUL
WHO Body Seeks More Clarification To Decide On Covaxin EUL

Hyderabad based Bharat Biotech is expected to submit the data by this weekend.

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Don't Cast Doubt On Vaccination: SC Junks Plea Against Mass Vax Of Covishield, Covaxin

The top court told the petitioner's counsel that it finds no error with the high court decision in the matter, and it will not entertain the petition.

Pfizer Says Its Covid Vax 90.7% Effective In Kids Aged 5-11
Pfizer Says Its Covid Vax 90.7% Effective In Kids Aged 5-11

If authorised, Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine would be the first Covid-19 vaccine for younger children.

Pfizer To Soon Submit Data On COVID Vaccine For Kids Aged 5-11
Pfizer To Soon Submit Data On COVID Vaccine For Kids Aged 5-11

Last week, the US drugmaker and its German partner BioNTech, in a study, showed that their mRNA Covid vaccine is safe, well tolerated and produces robust neutralising antibody responses in children aged 5 to 11 years.

PM Modi At UNGA Invites Vaccine Manufacturers Across The World To 'Make In India'
PM Modi At UNGA Invites Vaccine Manufacturers Across The World To 'Make In India'

On Monday, India said it will resume export of surplus COVID-19 vaccines in the fourth quarter of 2021 under the ''Vaccine Maitri'' programme and to meet its commitment to the COVAX global pool.

Centre Plans To Procure 20 Cr Covishield, 1 Cr Zydus RNA Vaccine Doses In September
Centre Plans To Procure 20 Cr Covishield, 1 Cr Zydus RNA Vaccine Doses In September

Stating that there is no shortage of vaccines in the country, the source said that the Centre is capable of supplying as many vaccine doses the states need, in real-time without any delay.

ICMR Gets Civil Aviation Ministry Nod To Use Drones For Vaccine Delivery
ICMR Gets Civil Aviation Ministry Nod To Use Drones For Vaccine Delivery

Earlier, Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia had launched the first of its kind ‘Medicines from the Sky' project at Vikarabad in Telangana under which drugs and vaccines were to be delivered using drones on September 11.

Over 74 Cr COVID Vaccine Jabs Administered In India
Over 74 Cr COVID Vaccine Jabs Administered In India

The countrywide vaccination drive was rolled out on January 16 with healthcare workers getting inoculated in the first phase. Vaccination of frontline workers started on February 2.

Moderna To Develop Single-Dose Booster Shot For COVID19
Moderna To Develop Single-Dose Booster Shot For COVID19

Moderna is developing vaccines against viral diseases including vaccines against acute respiratory infections, vaccines against persistent infections, as well as vaccines against threats to global public health.

Brazil Bans China's Sinovac Covid Vaccine Over Fears Of Contamination
Brazil Bans China's Sinovac Covid Vaccine Over Fears Of Contamination

They aim to avoid the use of irregular or suspect products," Anvisa said. The lack of information about the environment at the production bases, combined with the need for vaccine shots to be made in strictly aseptic settings, persuaded officials to take the measure, Anvisa said.

Focus On 60+, Administer 2nd Dose To Eligible Persons: Centre
Focus On 60+, Administer 2nd Dose To Eligible Persons: Centre

Bhushan also discussed the details of the states and UT's balance stock of 0.5 ml syringes, vaccination coverage among special groups (Transgender Persons, Persons with Disabilities, PWI and Prisoners), Covid vaccination coverage among women particularly pregnant and lactating.

Reducing Gap Between Two Doses Of Covishield Is Being Considered: Sources
Reducing Gap Between Two Doses Of Covishield Is Being Considered: Sources

The government in May had further extended the gap between the two doses of Covishield from 6-8 weeks to 12-16 weeks and said the decision to increase the gap was based on scientific evidence.

Unvaccinated People At Double Risk Of Re-Infection From COVID
Unvaccinated People At Double Risk Of Re-Infection From COVID

Although laboratory evidence suggests that antibody responses following Covid-19 vaccination provide better neutralisation of some circulating variants than does natural infection, few real-world epidemiologic studies exist to support the benefit of vaccination for previously infected persons.

Chinese President Promises To Provide 2 Bn Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccines Globally
Chinese President Promises To Provide 2 Bn Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccines Globally

President Xi, in a written speech delivered at the first International Forum on COVID-19 Vaccine Cooperation, said that China will provide a total of two billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines to the world within the year to ensure accessibility and affordability of vaccines.

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Covid Booster Shot Produced Robust Response Against Delta Variant: Moderna

Moderna has also filed to the US Food and Drug Administration for a final approval of its vaccine on June 1, and expects to complete its submission in August.

Financial Aid Provided For Covaxin, Covishield Trials, Not R&D: Centre To SC
Monthly Production Capacity Of Covishield Projected To Increase To 120 Million Doses, Covaxin To 58 Million Doses

The Department of Biotechnology under the Ministry of Science and Technology has launched 'Mission COVID Suraksha- the Indian COVID-19 Vaccine Development Mission'.

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COVID Vaccination: All 18+ Beneficiaries Will Get Vaccinated By Dec 2021, Says Govt

Two vaccines, namely Covishield manufactured by the Serum Institute of India and Covaxin manufactured by Bharat Biotech, that have been granted permission for restricted use in emergency situation by the national regulator are being procured by the central government for free supply to states/UTs.

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Pfizer To Seek OK For 3rd Vaccine Dose; Shots Still Protect

In August, Pfizer plans to ask the Food and Drug Administration for emergency authorization of a third dose.

Cipla Gets Nod From DCGI To Bring Moderna's Covid Vaccine To India
Cipla Gets Nod From DCGI To Bring Moderna's Covid Vaccine To India

"The company has received permission from Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) to import Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for restricted emergency use in the country."

Odisha Man ‘Accidentally’ Given 2 Shots Of Covid Vaccine Within 5 Minutes
Covid Vaccine Supply Based On State's Population, Caseload: Govt

A total of 30,16,26,028 vaccine doses have been administered through 40,45,516 sessions, as per the provisional report on Thursday, with 64,89,599 vaccine doses administered in the last 24 hours.

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Poorer Nations Short Of Covid-19 Vaccine Supply: WHO

Of the 80 low-income countries involved in Covax, "at least half of them do not have sufficient vaccines to be able to sustain their programmes right now", Aylward said, at a WHO briefing in Geneva on Monday.

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US Announces Sharing Plan For 55 Million Covid Vaccine Doses

The White House on Monday introduced plans to share 55 million Covid-19 vaccine doses with the rest of the world.

India To Receive Sputnik V Vaccine Consignments From May 1
Fortis Healthcare To Introduce Sputnik V From June 19

The two-dose Covid shot will be available at Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram and Fortis Hospital, Mohali. It will be extended at more Fortis hospitals across 11 cities. The price per dose for Sputnik V (as fixed by the government) including administrative charges is Rs 1,145.

No Data To Show Children Will Be Seriously Hit In Next COVID Waves: AIIMS chief
Serum Institute To Conduct Clinical Trials Of Novavax For Children

Novavax Inc had announced that NVX-CoV2373, its recombinant nanoparticle protein-based Covid-19 vaccine, demonstrated 100 per cent protection against moderate and severe disease, 90.4 per cent efficacy overall.

Bombay HC Directs Maha Govt To Scrutinise Roles Of Sonu Sood, MLA Zeeshan In Procuring Anti-COVID Dr
Bombay HC Directs Maha Govt To Scrutinise Roles Of Sonu Sood, MLA Zeeshan In Procuring Anti-COVID Drugs

"Sonu Sood had received the drugs from several pharmacies located inside the private Lifeline Care Hospital in Goregaon. Pharma company Cipla had supplied Remdesivir to these pharmacies and inquiry into it was still going on," Kumbhakoni said.