India Covid-19 Vaccine


'India Covid-19 Vaccine' - 72 News Result(s)

  • Pfizer Wants India To Order Covid Vaccine Before Pursuing Approval

    Pfizer Wants India To Order Covid Vaccine Before Pursuing Approval

    Pfizer Inc will pursue its request for India to approve its COVID-19 vaccine if the government commits to buying shots, the US drugmaker told Reuters on Monday, even as global supplies tighten.

  • PM Modi, Chief Ministers To Receive Shots In Round 2 Of Vaccination: Sources

    PM Modi, Chief Ministers To Receive Shots In Round 2 Of Vaccination: Sources

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be vaccinated in the second phase of the Covid inoculation drive launched last week, sources said today. All Chief Ministers, MPs and MLAs above 50 will also receive vaccines.

  • "Upsetting That Some Healthcare Workers Declining Vaccine," Says Centre

    "Upsetting That Some Healthcare Workers Declining Vaccine," Says Centre

    Doctors, nurses and others involved in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic should not hesitate the get themselves vaccinated, the government said today. Top medical experts and members of the government think tank NITI Aayog have requested people eligible for vaccination not to fall for rumours on safety, and that minor adverse effects are common and sh...

  • India To Prioritise Neighbours Over Other Countries Seeking Vaccine: Report

    India To Prioritise Neighbours Over Other Countries Seeking Vaccine: Report

    A multi-ministerial meeting on Monday discussed various aspects of India's possible export of COVID-19 vaccines in view of requests from an increasing number of countries to procure the vaccines, people familiar with the development said.

  • Bharat Biotech Gets Centre's Letter For 45 Lakh Doses Of Covaxin: Report

    Bharat Biotech Gets Centre's Letter For 45 Lakh Doses Of Covaxin: Report

    Bharat Biotech has secured a fresh Letter of Comfort from the Centre for another 45 lakh doses of its COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin, sources said.

  • 580 Adverse Reactions, Two Deaths Not Linked to Vaccine: Centre On Day 3

    580 Adverse Reactions, Two Deaths Not Linked to Vaccine: Centre On Day 3

    A total of 3.8 lakh people have been vaccinated since the rollout of the coronavirus vaccines three days ago, the government said on Monday. Among the, 580 cases of adverse reactions have been observed and seven persons have been hospitalized. Two persons have died also but neither deaths are related to vaccines, the government said. , coronavir...

  • India's Covid Vaccine Key To A Disease-Free World: PM Modi To Mahinda Rajapaksa

    India's Covid Vaccine Key To A Disease-Free World: PM Modi To Mahinda Rajapaksa

    The rapid development and launch of a Covid-19 vaccine by India is a landmark exercise in the world's endeavour to turn disease-free, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. In a Twitter exchange with his Sri Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa, he once again highlighted the role played by scientists and frontline workers in the battle against th...

  • How Many People Were Vaccinated In Each State On Day 1

    How Many People Were Vaccinated In Each State On Day 1

    The first day of COVID-19 vaccination in India saw 1.91 lakh people take the shot, as against a target of inoculating three lakh people by the government. The shortfall is on account of vaccination being voluntary.

  • World's Largest Vaccination Drive In Numbers

    World's Largest Vaccination Drive In Numbers

    Nearly a year after India reported its first case of coronavirus from Kerala, the "start of the end of the pandemic", as Health Minister Harsh Vardhan described it on Friday, began this morning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi launching the nationwide rollout. The government has targeted the vaccination of 1 crore healthcare workers and 2 crore fr...

  • India's First Covid Vaccine Recipient On Getting The Shot

    India's First Covid Vaccine Recipient On Getting The Shot

    Manish Kumar, a sanitation worker at the national capital's AIIMS, on Saturday became the first person in the country to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

  • 1.91 Lakh Get Shots On Day 1 As India Begins Largest Vaccination Drive

    1.91 Lakh Get Shots On Day 1 As India Begins Largest Vaccination Drive

    India's coronavirus vaccination drive - one of the largest in the world - was launched today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi this morning. "Don't make the mistake of ignoring the second vaccine dose," he urged the people.

  • Coronavirus Vaccine: Former AIIMS Director, Other Experts Support India-Made COVID-19 Vaccines

    Coronavirus Vaccine: Former AIIMS Director, Other Experts Support India-Made COVID-19 Vaccines

    Former AIIMS director Tirath Das Dogra along with a group of 49 doctors, scientists and medical professionals has declared support for the Made in India Covid-19 vaccines and slammed those questioning their efficacy.

  • Vaccine Questions Answered As India Set For First Covid Shots

    Vaccine Questions Answered As India Set For First Covid Shots

    Ahead of the launch of Covid vaccination on Saturday, the Centre has circulated a factsheet with information on the two vaccines -- Covishield and Covaxin -- that will be used in what officials describe as the 'world's biggest' such exercise. Around 30 crore people will be vaccinated in the next few months during the nationwide drive.

  • PM To Launch Covid Vaccination Programme At 10.30 AM On Saturday

    PM To Launch Covid Vaccination Programme At 10.30 AM On Saturday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the nationwide Covid vaccination drive at 10.30 AM on Saturday through video-conference, the government said today. Some three lakh health workers will receive shots on the first day of one of the world's biggest vaccination efforts.

  • On Day One, Covid Vaccination To Be Held At Fewer Sites

    On Day One, Covid Vaccination To Be Held At Fewer Sites

    Coronavirus vaccine will be administered in fewer sites than originally decided, at least for the opening day, officials have told NDTV. The reason, they said, could be technical. In Punjab, the number of these sites has been reduced from 110 to 59 for the opening day.

'India Covid-19 Vaccine' - 11 Video Result(s)

'India Covid-19 Vaccine' - 72 News Result(s)

  • Pfizer Wants India To Order Covid Vaccine Before Pursuing Approval

    Pfizer Wants India To Order Covid Vaccine Before Pursuing Approval

    Pfizer Inc will pursue its request for India to approve its COVID-19 vaccine if the government commits to buying shots, the US drugmaker told Reuters on Monday, even as global supplies tighten.

  • PM Modi, Chief Ministers To Receive Shots In Round 2 Of Vaccination: Sources

    PM Modi, Chief Ministers To Receive Shots In Round 2 Of Vaccination: Sources

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be vaccinated in the second phase of the Covid inoculation drive launched last week, sources said today. All Chief Ministers, MPs and MLAs above 50 will also receive vaccines.

  • "Upsetting That Some Healthcare Workers Declining Vaccine," Says Centre

    "Upsetting That Some Healthcare Workers Declining Vaccine," Says Centre

    Doctors, nurses and others involved in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic should not hesitate the get themselves vaccinated, the government said today. Top medical experts and members of the government think tank NITI Aayog have requested people eligible for vaccination not to fall for rumours on safety, and that minor adverse effects are common and sh...

  • India To Prioritise Neighbours Over Other Countries Seeking Vaccine: Report

    India To Prioritise Neighbours Over Other Countries Seeking Vaccine: Report

    A multi-ministerial meeting on Monday discussed various aspects of India's possible export of COVID-19 vaccines in view of requests from an increasing number of countries to procure the vaccines, people familiar with the development said.

  • Bharat Biotech Gets Centre's Letter For 45 Lakh Doses Of Covaxin: Report

    Bharat Biotech Gets Centre's Letter For 45 Lakh Doses Of Covaxin: Report

    Bharat Biotech has secured a fresh Letter of Comfort from the Centre for another 45 lakh doses of its COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin, sources said.

  • 580 Adverse Reactions, Two Deaths Not Linked to Vaccine: Centre On Day 3

    580 Adverse Reactions, Two Deaths Not Linked to Vaccine: Centre On Day 3

    A total of 3.8 lakh people have been vaccinated since the rollout of the coronavirus vaccines three days ago, the government said on Monday. Among the, 580 cases of adverse reactions have been observed and seven persons have been hospitalized. Two persons have died also but neither deaths are related to vaccines, the government said. , coronavir...

  • India's Covid Vaccine Key To A Disease-Free World: PM Modi To Mahinda Rajapaksa

    India's Covid Vaccine Key To A Disease-Free World: PM Modi To Mahinda Rajapaksa

    The rapid development and launch of a Covid-19 vaccine by India is a landmark exercise in the world's endeavour to turn disease-free, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. In a Twitter exchange with his Sri Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa, he once again highlighted the role played by scientists and frontline workers in the battle against th...

  • How Many People Were Vaccinated In Each State On Day 1

    How Many People Were Vaccinated In Each State On Day 1

    The first day of COVID-19 vaccination in India saw 1.91 lakh people take the shot, as against a target of inoculating three lakh people by the government. The shortfall is on account of vaccination being voluntary.

  • World's Largest Vaccination Drive In Numbers

    World's Largest Vaccination Drive In Numbers

    Nearly a year after India reported its first case of coronavirus from Kerala, the "start of the end of the pandemic", as Health Minister Harsh Vardhan described it on Friday, began this morning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi launching the nationwide rollout. The government has targeted the vaccination of 1 crore healthcare workers and 2 crore fr...

  • India's First Covid Vaccine Recipient On Getting The Shot

    India's First Covid Vaccine Recipient On Getting The Shot

    Manish Kumar, a sanitation worker at the national capital's AIIMS, on Saturday became the first person in the country to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

  • 1.91 Lakh Get Shots On Day 1 As India Begins Largest Vaccination Drive

    1.91 Lakh Get Shots On Day 1 As India Begins Largest Vaccination Drive

    India's coronavirus vaccination drive - one of the largest in the world - was launched today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi this morning. "Don't make the mistake of ignoring the second vaccine dose," he urged the people.

  • Coronavirus Vaccine: Former AIIMS Director, Other Experts Support India-Made COVID-19 Vaccines

    Coronavirus Vaccine: Former AIIMS Director, Other Experts Support India-Made COVID-19 Vaccines

    Former AIIMS director Tirath Das Dogra along with a group of 49 doctors, scientists and medical professionals has declared support for the Made in India Covid-19 vaccines and slammed those questioning their efficacy.

  • Vaccine Questions Answered As India Set For First Covid Shots

    Vaccine Questions Answered As India Set For First Covid Shots

    Ahead of the launch of Covid vaccination on Saturday, the Centre has circulated a factsheet with information on the two vaccines -- Covishield and Covaxin -- that will be used in what officials describe as the 'world's biggest' such exercise. Around 30 crore people will be vaccinated in the next few months during the nationwide drive.

  • PM To Launch Covid Vaccination Programme At 10.30 AM On Saturday

    PM To Launch Covid Vaccination Programme At 10.30 AM On Saturday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the nationwide Covid vaccination drive at 10.30 AM on Saturday through video-conference, the government said today. Some three lakh health workers will receive shots on the first day of one of the world's biggest vaccination efforts.

  • On Day One, Covid Vaccination To Be Held At Fewer Sites

    On Day One, Covid Vaccination To Be Held At Fewer Sites

    Coronavirus vaccine will be administered in fewer sites than originally decided, at least for the opening day, officials have told NDTV. The reason, they said, could be technical. In Punjab, the number of these sites has been reduced from 110 to 59 for the opening day.

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