Shocking! Bihar woman gets both Covaxin, Covishield shots in 5 minutes interval - what happened next, know here

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If Devi continues to show no adverse symptoms, she will be tested for antibodies after 14 days, a senior health official at AIIMS Patna has said.

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Bihar

State in eastern India
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has agreed, in principle, to take up the issue of a caste-based census with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, leader of the..
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BJP MP Nishikant Dubey on Thursday alleged in Lok Sabha that TMC member Mohua Moitra had used derogatory remarks against him during a parliamentary committee..
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A data narrative published by Ashoka University’s Centre for Economic Data and Analysis shows that stunting is much more likely among Dalit children in areas..
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Covaxin

Vaccine against COVID-19
An expert panel of India's central drug authority on Thursday recommended granting permission to the Christian Medical College (CMC) in Vellore for conducting a..
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After closing the emergency use authorisation (EUA) and Phase-3 clinical trials requests for Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin, Brazil’s health regulator Anvisa..
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After suspending the clinical trials of Covaxin following the termination of Bharat Biotech's MoU with its Brazilian partner Precisa Medicamentos, Brazil’s..
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In view of a probable third wave of the pandemic, vaccination trials on children have been underway in India with Covaxin and Zydus Cadila's ZyCov-D.
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Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccine against COVID-19
Covishield generated 93% protection against Covid, whereas mortality due to the infection came down by 98% during the second wave which was driven by Delta..
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A study by Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) has found that Covishield vaccine reduces fresh COVID-19 infections by 93 per cent and deaths by 98 per cent, the..
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The recommendation of an expert panel on Covid to increase the gap between Covishield doses was made based on scientific evidence in a transparent manner, the..
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