Amidst a surging second wave of Covid-19 the centre has announced a “liberalised and accelerated” Phase 3 strategy for vaccinations against the coronavirus under which all adults will be eligible for inoculations from May 1. Here’s everything you need to know about the much-awaited phase 3 strategies for the world’s largest COVID-19 vaccine inoculation drive.
India has pushed the pedal on its Covid-19 vaccine drive. The country has begun inoculating its elderly citizens against Covid-19 in the second phase of the world’s largest vaccination drive on Monday. In this phase, people above the age of 60 years and those above 45 years who are in the high-risk category will be administered the jab. Here’s everything you need to know about the world’s largest Covid vaccination drive.
As the Union Budget presentation for the year 2021-22 began in the Parliament, all eyes and ears were on ‘Healthcare’ and it didn’t take much longer before the finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman addressed healthcare as the first item on her union budget checklist. All credits to the impact of COVID-19 on governance.
After months of fretting over whether a COVID-19 vaccine would even be possible, we now have almost five promising vaccine candidates. Moreover, the nation has initiated action plans to take the vaccine from warehouses to the upper shoulders of millions of people in the country whenever it becomes available. Yes! there’s still a long way to go, but how far are we from a vaccine for the novel coronavirus now? Let’s look into it
The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us several lessons. One among them is that you can’t fight a deadly virus all alone. If one of us is unsafe, all of us are. This is why the phrase ‘vaccine nationalism’ becomes a matter of serious concern even when the development of the vaccines are in progress.