The Kerala-Karnataka border check post in Coorg has a mandatory screening of people coming from Kerala. Continue reading RT-PCR mandatory at Kerala-Coorg boarder
Earlier the Chief Minister ensured that they are concerned about children’s health and no teacher will be allowed to attend the schools unless they are vaccinated.
He says that last year when the first wave of COVID 19 arrived, the ban on travel was delayed a lot. He further adds Delhi being the central platform for most international flights makes it more vulnerable to the virus. Continue reading CM Kejriwal urges the government to stop flights immediately
All physical classes have been suspended in the campus and online classes will resume from November 29. The campus will only open after complete sanitization of the entire campus and the hostel. Continue reading Hyderabad campus of Mahindra University on lockdown
India is performing genomic analysis of samples of international travelers. The States and UTs are asked to conduct rigorous screening and testing. The travelers from Hong Kong, South Africa and Botswana to be screened.
UK government revealed the revisions which were revealed earlier this month after the WHO approval of Covaxin for “emergency use listing.” Continue reading Covaxin is now recognized for inbound travel in the United Kingdom
Adults who are at risk of developing severe COVID-19 or requiring hospitalisation should take the medication. Continue reading Made-In-India Anti-Covid tablets might be licenced for usage in a matter of days
For those who wish to travel abroad, the international travel vaccination certificate can also be downloaded from the CoWIN portal.
World Health Organisation (WHO) on Wednesday granted approval to India’s indigenous Covid vaccine Covaxin– for emergency use on age groups 18 and above all. Continue reading Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin approved by WHO for emergency use
The announcement came after, PM Modi’s speech at the G20 Summit regarding the delay in recognition of Covaxin by the WHO.
India has so far administered 106.31 crore vaccine doses under its nationwide inoculation drive.
In a letter to chief secretaries of Assam and West Bengal on October 26, the Centre highlighted increase in weekly new Covid cases since the past week and early signs of rise in positivity since the last four weeks till October 25. Continue reading Centre’s concern towards Bengal, Assam as the virus positivity shows spike
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has prohibited any Chhath Puja celebration at the Yamuna river bank due to Covid-19 pandemic and allowed celebrations at designated sites only. Continue reading DDMA allows Chhath Puja at designated sites except Yamuna river bank
He said that it will mark the completion of 30 years of India’s partnership with ASEAN. He began his address by focusing on the challenges faced by the countries during the Covid pandemic and said that mutual cooperation has helped the world fight the pandemic. Continue reading India celebrated 2022 as India-ASEAN friendship year to mark partnership with group, says PM Modi
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