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India with second largest population in world is moving forward with more than 95 crore Indians vaccinated

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3 mn read Initially people in India were hesitant with the vaccination process and hardly turned up at centres, when it all started. People were not treating it as a life saving step but were reluctant about the minor side effects it showed on some individuals. But today, approximately 66% of the Indian population is vaccinated with single dose and are moving forward speedily, as per the official data. According to the Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, around half of the 18+ Indian population of the country have received at least one dose of the vaccination. Adding on to his statement, he said, ‘23% of the Indian population under 18+ have been fully vaccinated with both the doses. And that it is all because of the hardwork some states put in during the drive.’

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India approves J&J as a 5th vaccine for emergency use and is considered a much needed addition to the vaccine options

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3 mn read India is about to face third wave of Covid and before such a situation, Johnson & Johnson vaccine has got approval by Drugs controller General of India (DCGI). As per the information, one of the senior officers confirmed it that the day America’s pharmaceutical company submitted application regarding emergency use of their vaccine in the country, DCGI approved it without showing any delay, keeping in mind the present and future circumstances.

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Most Taiwanese don’t trust the domestic MVC COVID-19 vaccine

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2 mn read On 27 July the vaccine registration platform conceived by the government of the Republic of China, which colonized Taiwan, was reopened and the MVC vaccine was added as an option. According to the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), the vaccine can cause rare side effects such as facial nerve paralysis and high eye pressure.

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People in India are opting for false RT PCR report to travel hill stations as it saves time

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3 mn read India just like other countries has not completely removed restrictions on moving freely place to place. In-spite of this, tourist places in the country especially hill stations are marking record number of visitors and are neglecting precautions like staying away from overcrowded areas, wearing no masks and carrying fake RT PCR reports.

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No Identity Card, No Vaccine

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3 mn read The Government of Pakistan started the anti-Corona vaccination campaign a few months ago. Initially, the citizens above the age of 60 years were vaccinated and with the passage of time this age limit was dropped down to 40 years. In the latest policy statement shared by the Health and Information ministry, any one holding CNIC (Computerized National Identity Card) is eligible for the vaccination. In Pakistan, every citizen can apply for his/her national identity CNIC at the age of 18. This current policy created easy access for vaccination except those who do not have their CNIC.

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Low vaccination rates among Latinos in the U.S. are caused by lack of access, not “vaccine hesitancy”

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3 mn read Racial and ethnic minorities in the U.S. have been hit the hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. Black and Latino communities are at higher risk of Covid-19 infections, hospitalizations, and death compared to their white counterparts. Despite being affected at higher rates of Covid-19, the Hispanic/Latino population remains the second-least vaccinated group, after Black Americans.

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Pandemic along with taking lives, making air pollution worse for Indians

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3 mn read Covid is not completely ended but had welcomed various effects in different ways. Now complaints are coming from different states about air pollution getting worse due to the burning of Covid patient bodies as the number of deaths in past month were unimaginable in India. People from Pune state, Ranchi and now Delhi living in those areas are expressing their problems due to the cremation of Covid bodies.

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Indian school teachers concerned about academic loss of students as exams are cancelled again this year due to health and safety measures

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3 mn read Keeping in mind the safety and precautions during the virus widespread, Indian administration on 1st June declared cancellation of board examinations of 12th standard. Boards are public exams that is conducted for the students of 10th and 12th standard at the end of the year. 10th boards have already been cancelled in April due to the same reasons. The meeting was chaired by Prime minister Narendra Modi along with other ministers. He said that the health and safety of our students is our priority and keeping it on risk in a no way solution.