Tag: Moderna Vaccines

Modernas 3rd Booster Jab Effective Against COVID Variants
Govt Working Actively With Moderna To See How Its Covid Vaccine Can Be Made Available In India

NITI Aayog member (Health) Dr V K Paul said, "Moderna vaccine is under emergency use authorisation. The government is working actively with the manufacturers to see how to make this vaccine available in the country.

  • Friday, 09 July 2021
Odisha Man ‘Accidentally’ Given 2 Shots Of Covid Vaccine Within 5 Minutes
Covid-19 Vaccines Likely Induce Strong, Persistent Immunity: Study

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found evidence that the immune response to Covid-19 vaccines, namely Pfizer and Moderna, is both strong and potentially long-lasting.

  • Tuesday, 29 June 2021
Moderna, Protein-Based Covid Jabs Safe For Use In Kids

Moderna's mRNA Covid vaccine and a protein-based shot are safe for use in young children and offers a strong immunity response, with no adverse effects, according to research on baby rhesus macaques.

  • Wednesday, 16 June 2021
Teachers Above 45 Years In Bhubaneswar To Get Covid-19 Vaccine Soon
Moderna, Pfizer Vaccines May Greatly Reduce Risk Of Asymptomatic COVID-19 Infection: Study

Washington: Patients without COVID-19 symptoms are far less likely to test positive, and unknowingly spread COVID-19 ten days after receiving a second dose of a messenger RNA vaccine, compared to those who have not been vaccinated, a study says. Researchers from Mayo Clinic in the US noted that several vaccines are now clinically available under […]

  • Sunday, 04 April 2021
COVID-19 Vaccination Will Be Voluntary, Says Health Ministry
COVID-19 Vaccination Will Be Voluntary, Says Health Ministry

New Delhi: The Union Health Ministry on Friday said that the Covid-19 vaccine will be safe and effective but could show minor side effects like fever and pain at the injection site, adding that taking its shot will be voluntary. The comment comes at a time when questions are being raised at the safety and […]

  • Monday, 01 March 2021