From refreshing the Co-Win portal multiple times to signing up for alerts on a different platform, the 28-year-old Gurgaon resident Moumita Majumdar did everything she could for a slot to get vaccinated. Majumdar, a publicist, was a part of a vast pool of people, who were waiting with bated breath for vaccinations to open up […]
As per the official order issued by the Assam government, the curbs will come into effect from 5 am on May 13 till further orders.
As per the official statement, the drug baricitinib has received restricted emergency use approval from the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO), Ministry of Health, India, for use in addition with Remdesivir for the treatment of suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.
With deaths and fresh cases of Covid-19 hitting record highs in India, the one recurring question is when the deadly second wave will end. To get some answers, India Ahead’s Rishi Joshi spoke to IMA Scientific Advisor Dr. Rajeev Jayadevan on May 9. How long will the second wave last? The Covid-19 second wave could […]
As India battles the second wave of coronavirus, a rare fungal ailment called Mucormycosis, also referred to as ‘Black Fungus’ has been reported among patients living in Maharashtra and Gujarat who have recovered from COVID-19 or are in the stage of recovery. But now, the rare fungal infection can be seen increasingly among patients who […]
Following the directives of Government of India, the Hyderabad-based vaccine maker announced that it will provide COVAXIN to state government hospitals at the rate of Rs 400 per dose.
New Delhi: International Nurses Day is observed around the globe on May 12 to celebrate nurses and the nursing profession globally.
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, asking him to allow other companies with “capabilities”, to produce the two coronavirus vaccines–Covishield and Covaxin–being already produced in India.
Additional Chief Secretary, Health, Amit Mohan Prasad said that active cases in the state had dropped below 1 lakh.
“The economic consequences of local lockdowns may not be as destructive as those of a national lockdown. But in some respects, things are worse this time for the working class,” he said.