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India launches bid to vaccinate 300m people amid fears over efficacy of domestically produced vaccine<br>India launches bid to vaccinate 300m people amid fears over efficacy of domestically produced vaccine

'We are worried': Indians hopeful but anxious as vaccination drive begins | Global development | The Guardian

NEW DELHI • India's Covid-19 vaccination drive hit a bump on the first day due to glitches in an app called Co-Win that is being used to coordinate the campaign, according to several officials involved in the immunisation programme.. Read more at straitstimes.com.South Asia News -NEW DELHI • India's Covid-19 vaccination drive hit a bump on the first day due to glitches in an app called Co-Win that is being used to coordinate the campaign, according to several

190,000 get their first jab in India despite app glitches, South Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

India rolls out two locally made vaccines but only one has completed a Phase 3 trial.India rolls out two locally made vaccines but only one has completed a Phase 3 trial.

India launches vaccination campaign, one of the world's largest - The Washington Post

The vaccines have been produced by private companies, but decades of socialism have trained us to allow political leaders to take credit for everything.The vaccines have been produced by private companies, but decades of socialism have trained us to allow political leaders to take credit for everything.

Tavleen Singh writes: The pandemic has forced us to turn our gaze to another area that was shamefully neglected under decades of Congress rule

India's total COVID-19 recoveries have surpassed the active caseload by more than one crore, the Union Health Ministry said on Monday, terming it as a landmark achievement.India's total COVID-19 recoveries have surpassed the active caseload by more than one crore, the Union Health Ministry said on Monday, terming it as a landmark achievement.

Total Recoveries Exceed Active Covid Cases By Over 1 Crore: Health Ministry

The Union health ministry's Additional Secretary Manohar Agnani said of the 447 cases of adverse reaction to the Covid-19 vaccine, three recipients had to be hospitalised, while the others showed minor symptoms such as fever, headache and nausea.The Union health ministry's Additional Secretary Manohar Agnani said of the 447 cases of adverse reaction to the Covid-19 vaccine, three recipients had to be hospitalised, while the others showed minor symptoms such as fever, headache and nausea.

Vaccination Day 2: 2,24,301 immunised, 447 cases of adverse reaction | India News,The Indian Express

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News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publicationAnna Gross lays out the threat new variants of the disease pose to the UK's vaccination programme. The hopes of the rest of the world could rest upon whether Britain succeeds in its target of 15m vaccinations by mid-February

Coronavirus: the race between vaccines and new variants | Financial Times

As scientists identify more and more potentially worrying variants of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, US President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. announced hiAs scientists identify more and more potentially worrying variants of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, US President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. announced hi

New UK covid stats lower despite variant, vaccine rolled out

Achieving high COVID-19 vaccine uptake among health workers will not only protect these critical staff members, it will also support high levels of uptake among the general public.Achieving high COVID-19 vaccine uptake among health workers will not only protect these critical staff members, it will also support high levels of uptake among the general public.

It's crucial we address COVID vaccine hesitancy among health workers. Here's where to start

It's crucial we address COVID vaccine hesitancy among health workers. Here's where to start

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Health authorities in India have celebrated a successful launch of the world's largest vaccination program, with 190,000 jabs given in one day. Follow DW for the latest.Health authorities in India have celebrated a successful launch of the world's largest vaccination program, with 190,000 jabs given in one day. Follow DW for the latest.

Coronavirus digest: India vaccinates 190,000 people in first day | News | DW | 17.01.2021

A hospital cleaning worker became the first person in India to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched one of the world's largest immunization campaigns in India.

First person vaccinated in India's massive COVID-19 campaign - CGTN

The first Covid-19 vaccine shots in India were given on Saturday to nearly two lakh frontline healthcare and sanitary workers as Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the world’s largest inoculation drive against the pandemic that has caused 1,52,093 deaths and upended millions of lives in the country. As Modi asserted that the two vaccines being deployed will ensure aThe first Covid-19 vaccine shots in India were given on Saturday to nearly two lakh frontline healthcare and sanitary workers as Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the world’s largest

Coronavirus vaccine news highlights: Fever, headache, nausea most-reported adverse effects post vaccination, says Health Ministry | Deccan Herald

A healthcare worker in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad died on Sunday evening, nearly 24 hours after he received the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine | NewsBytesA healthcare worker in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad died on Sunday evening, nearly 24 hours after he received the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine | NewsBytes

Healthcare worker's death in UP not linked to vaccine: Official | NewsBytes

Read more about Low turnout for the shot as six states vaccinate 17,000 on Sunday on Business Standard. Many adoopt wait-and-watch approach as confidence about safety and efficacy of the jab is lowMany adoopt wait-and-watch approach as confidence about safety and efficacy of the jab is low

Low turnout for the shot as six states vaccinate 17,000 on Sunday | Business Standard News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched a Rs 1,000 crore startup seed fund at the Startup India International Summit: Prarambh.Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched a Rs 1,000 crore startup seed fund at the Startup India International Summit: Prarambh.

Indian PM announces $133m seed fund to support startups

The party on Sunday asked the Centre why Bharat Biotech's Covaxin costs more than Oxford vaccine, for which India is already paying more than other countries. The party on Sunday asked the Centre why Bharat Biotech's Covaxin costs more than Oxford vaccine, for which India is already paying more than other countries.

Congress claims India is paying more for Covishield doses, opposes export plan | Hindustan Times

1,65,714 people received the COVID-19 vaccine shot on the first day. Culmination of five months’ hard work, Union health Minister Harsh Vardhan said.1,65,714 people received the COVID-19 vaccine shot on the first day. Culmination of five months’ hard work, Union health Minister Harsh Vardhan said.

Coronavirus updates | January 17, 2021 - The Hindu

When Covaxin's 'emergency use' was approved by the government, it was done under the 'clinical trial mode'

Covaxin jabs possibly part of Bharat Biotech's Phase 3 trial

Companies helping to achieve Britain's ambitious vaccination programme have told ministers that getting pensioners to vaccination centres in the middle of the night is not 'physically feasible'.Companies helping to achieve Britain's ambitious vaccination programme have told ministers that getting pensioners to vaccination centres in the middle of the night is not 'physically feasible'.

Old people DON'T want a 24-7 vaccine rollout, management consultants claim | Daily Mail Online

Bhutan PM Lotay Tshering also congratulated Modi for the launch of the world's largest COVID-19 vaccination drive.Modi replied that a vaccine, which was earlier believed to be impossible in such a short time period has become a reality thanks to efforts of our scientists, doctors and innovatorsBhutan PM Lotay Tshering also congratulated Modi for the launch of the world's largest COVID-19 vaccination drive.Modi replied that a vaccine, which was earlier believed to be impossible in such a short time period has become a reality thanks to efforts of our scientists, doctors and innovators

Modi gives credit to frontline workers as SL PM lauds him for vaccination drive

Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: India's COVID-19 tally stands at more than 1.05 crore, including 1.52 lakh deaths. Over 2.24 lakh people were given the COVID-19 vaccine in two days in India.Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: India's COVID-19 tally stands at more than 1.05 crore, including 1.52 lakh deaths. Over 2.24 lakh people were given the COVID-19 vaccine in two days in India.

Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Rajasthan Govt Ends Night Curfew After Decline In COVID-19 Cases

Indian authorities hope to give shots to 300 million people by August. Indian authorities hope to give shots to 300 million people by August.

India launches world's largest Covid-19 vaccination drive | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

'What the hell's the matter with them? It's time to grow up''What the hell's the matter with them? It's time to grow up'

Biden Outlines Vaccine Plan, Rips Republican Lawmakers for Not Masking Up | MedPage Today

Dozens of health workers in Delhi who were the first in line to be inoculated against Covid-19 have experienced side effects from the jab, with one admitted to the ICU, as India begins its nationwide immunization drive.Dozens of health workers in Delhi who were the first in line to be inoculated against Covid-19 have experienced side effects from the jab, with one admitted to the ICU, as India begins its nationwide immunization drive.

51 adverse reactions reported & 1 person hospitalized in Delhi as India begins world’s largest Covid-19 vaccination program — RT World News

Up to a fifth of staff in some care home groups have refused a coronavirus vaccine when offered, the PA news agency has been told, with suggestions that younger workers are more likely to beUp to a fifth of staff in some care home groups have refused a coronavirus vaccine when offered, the PA news agency has been told, with suggestions that younger workers are more likely to be

Up to a fifth of staff at some care homes decline Covid-19 vaccine, figures show - AOL

Teachers and adults above 50 years will fall in the second group for Covid-19 vaccination in Qatar. The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) today launched a link on their website, where citizens and residents can register their desire to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  Teachers and adults above 50 years will fall in the second group for Covid-19 vaccination in Qatar. The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) today launched a link on their website, where citizens and residents can register their desire to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  

Teachers, people above 50 years in second group for Covid-19 vaccine - The Peninsula Qatar

The rollout of the coronavirus vaccine continues to be a bit bumpy in the US, bogged down by everything from states having complex recipient tiers to follow, to supply limits.The rollout of the coronavirus vaccine continues to be a bit bumpy in the US, bogged down by everything from states having complex recipient tiers to follow, to supply limits. President-elect Joe B…

These are the known side effects of the newest coronavirus vaccine – BGR

The daily coronavirus infections fell below 14,000 for the second time this month taking India's COVID-19 caseload to 1,05,71,773, while 145 new fatalities were recorded, the lowest in around eight months, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Monday.The daily coronavirus infections fell below 14,000 for the second time this month taking India's COVID-19 caseload to 1,05,71,773, while 145 new fatalities were recorded, the lowest in around eight months, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Monday.

COVID-19: India Records Lowest Fatalities in Eight Months

India started inoculating health workers Saturday in what is likely the world's largest COVID-19 vaccination campaign, joining the ranks of wealthier nations where the effort is already well underway. India is home to the world’s largest vaccine makers and has one of the biggest immunization programs. But there is no…

India starts world's largest COVID-19 vaccination drive - Japan Today

COVID 19 vaccination India inoculated as many as 2 07 229 people with the coronavirus vaccine on the day of its rollout the highest initial day figure by far in the worldCOVID 19 vaccination India inoculated as many as 2 07 229 people with the coronavirus vaccine on the day of its rollout the highest initial day figure by far in the world

India records highest single day COVID-19 inoculations in world; 447 cases of adverse effects reported

Coronavirus vaccination drive: Two healthcare workers who also exhibited adverse events were discharged 30 minutes later and given intravenous treatment to counter a feeling of tightness in the chestCoronavirus vaccination drive: Two healthcare workers who also exhibited adverse events were discharged 30 minutes later and given intravenous treatment to counter a feeling of tightness in the chest

COVID-19 vaccination drive: 51 adverse events in Delhi; one severe case admitted to AIIMS

Expert says authorities should have waited for vaccine efficacy data - Anadolu AgencyExpert says authorities should have waited for vaccine efficacy data - Anadolu Agency

India reports 447 cases of virus vaccine side effects

Experts say more needs to be done by the government to address concerns and fears over the COVID-19 vaccines.A 40-year-old sanitation worker, who works for the Chennai Corporation on contract, was working tirelessly during the complete lockdown without a break. And despite the real risk of contracting the novel coronavirus owing to her profession, she now says, “More than COVID-19, I am scared to take the vaccine.” Like the 40-year-old sanitation worker, many other frontline warriors are also hesitant to take the vaccine, which is voluntary, in the first phase. Their fear stems from the lack of transparency about vaccine safety, and efficacy.

‘Will wait 3 months’: Several TN frontline workers hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccine | The News Minute

Start-ups found opportunity in adversity during the pandemic and catered to diverse needsStart-ups found opportunity in adversity during the pandemic and catered to diverse needs

India will launch ₹1,000-crore seed fund for start-ups: PM - The Hindu BusinessLine

More than 191,000 healthcare workers from government and private hospitals received the jabs at 3,352 vaccination sites across the country More than 191,000 healthcare workers from government and private hospitals received the jabs at 3,352 vaccination sites across the country

Covid vaccine Day 1: 43% missed - Telegraph India

MEXICO CITY — Mexico posted its second straight day of more than 20,000 coronavirus cases Saturday, suggesting a surge in a country already struggling in many areas with overflowing hospitals. There were 20,523 newly confirmed cases Saturday after 21,366 infections were reported Friday. That was about double the daily rate of increase just a week […]

The Latest: Rising infection numbers suggest surge in Mexico - Portland Press Herald

The Ministry of Public Health announced that it is launching a new website registration process that will allow citizens and residents to register their desire to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  The Ministry of Public Health announced that it is launching a new website registration process that will allow citizens and residents to register their desire to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  

Qatar launches online registration for Covid-19 vaccination - The Peninsula Qatar

The state remains on schedule for vaccination of its priority group, but faces criticism when compared with the rest of the U.S.The state remains on schedule for vaccination of its priority group, but faces criticism when compared with the rest of the U.S.

Minn. COVID-19 vaccine providers defend their performance - StarTribune.com

All residents and citizens aged 60 years and above are eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in Qatar, the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) said SundayAll residents and citizens aged 60 years and above are eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in Qatar, the Ministry of Public Health

Covid-19 vaccination age threshold brought down to 60