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“Special Price Of Rs 200 Only For Government”: Adar Poonawalla On Vaccine

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Serum Institute CEO Adar Poonawalla said the first lot of vaccines would be prioritised for IndiaPune: The first 10 crore doses of the Covishield vaccine have been purchased by the government for a special price of Rs 200 per dose, Serum Institute CEO Adar...

Serum Institute Sends Out First Vaccines As India Readies For Covid Shots

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New Delhi: The first connews24nationment of Covishield vaccines left Serum Institute of India for Pune airport early this morning, four days ahead of the nationwide inoculation drive against COVID-19.Three temperature-controlled trucks rolled out of the Serum Institute gates shortly before 5 am and left for...

Majority people want suspension of flights from countries with new virus strain: Survey

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As India resumes flights to the UK from Friday, though in a restricted manner, after keeping them suspended for about a fortnight in the wake...

Here’s how protective immunity against novel coronavirus may last for over eight months

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Covid-19 survivors may have protective immunity against serious disease from the SARS-CoV-2 virus for months, or even years after the infection, a study suggests....

Coronavirus: How quickly do I need a second Covid-19 vaccine shot?

FILE PHOTO: A man receives a dose of a vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Dubai, United Arab Emirates December 28, 2020. Picture taken December 28, 2020.
How quickly do I need a second Covid-19 vaccine shot? The first Covid-19 vaccines in the U.S. require two doses a few weeks apart....

Covid-19: If I’ve already had the coronavirus, can I get it again?

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If I’ve already had the coronavirus, can I get it again? It’s possible, but such cases seem to be rare. It’s not unusual to...

Indians may put off travel plans amid spread of new virus strain, possible flight bans: Survey

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Many people may put off their international travel plans due to concerns over the spread of new variant of coronavirus in some countries and...

EU nations eagerly kick off mass Covid-19 vaccinations

A resident of the Altenpflegeheim Heideweg nursing home receives the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Magdeburg, Germany December 27, 2020, the day when the country starts its vaccination programme.
European Union nations kicked off a coordinated effort on Sunday to give COVID-19 vaccinations to the most vulnerable among the bloc’s nearly 450 million...

Antibodies target different part of coronavirus in severe Covid-19 cases: Study

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The body’s protective antibodies against the novel coronavirus target a different part of the virus in severe cases of COVID-19 than they do in...