COVID-19 negative test report mandatory to enter within Maharashtra from these 4 states

Covid Maharashtra

On Monday, The Government Of Maharashtra has taken a major decision considering the condition of COVID-19 pandemic within the state. As per the decision, from now onwards, people coming to Maharashtra from Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa will have to show the COVID-19 negative report in order to enter the state. People coming from these four states will not be able to get admission without a negative report of COVID-19. However, the state government has made some arrangements for those who will not be able to produce a negative report…

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Schools to remain closed in Mumbai till 31st December

Mumbai Schools

As the number of COVID-19 cases keeps rising quite significantly in Mumbai, every school under the administration of BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) will stay shut up to 31st December 2020, by the latest order. As per the previous instructions, all schools in Mumbai were poised to reopen on 23rd November 2020. Excluding Mumbai, all other cities of Maharashtra can resume their school activities from Monday. The schools should function by adhering to all the prescribed COVID-19 guidelines issued by the Government of Maharashtra. The Mayor of Mumbai, Kishori Pednekar said that the…

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Random testing on the Delhi-Noida border results in three positives on Day 1

Delhi Covid

Random COVID-19 testing on the Delhi-Noida border found three citizens, traveling from Noida to Delhi, as positive for the virus. This was the first day of the random testing for coronavirus on the Delhi-Noida border. Around 165 tests based on rapid antigen technology were carried out on two locations of Delhi-Noida cross-line. Eleven samples were tested to be positive, out of which three samples were of people entering Noida from the capital. Whereas, at the DND flyway, total eighty-one samples were tested and one sample tested positive. At the cross-line…

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Pfizer and BioNTech’s COVID-19 Drug Shows 95% Efficacy

Covid Vaccine

There is a race against time going on between the pharmaceutical companies to develop COVID-19 drug and Pfizer is one of the first to release its data after the completion of successful trials. It is to be noted that they’ve got 95% efficacy and are looking forward to getting hold of an emergency use authorization from the American government. Moving on, the data shows that out of a total of 43,000 volunteers, only 170 got negative effects out of which 162 were given a placebo and the rest 6 were on…

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PM Modi to attend the 12th BRICS Summit on November 17

PM MODI

On Monday, the Ministry of External Affairs announced that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the 12th BRICS summit after receiving an invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The summit will be held on 17th November through virtual means. The Ministry informed that this time, the theme of the conference will be Global Stability, Shared Security and Innovative Development. In the organization of BRICS, there are five countries with fast emerging economies. The counties that constitute BRICS are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. This organization was created on…

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Serum Institute of India (SII) ready with 40 million COVID-19 vaccine doses.

SII

Pune-headquartered Serum Institute of India (SII) has already manufactured about 40 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The manufacturing is completed under the at-risk production and license of stockpiling from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI). With assistance from the ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research), the Serum Institute Of India will target early access of the vaccine for the country. A few days back, Adar Poonawalla, CEO of SII, said that accessibility of a potential vaccine to fight the pandemic within the country may be possible early next…

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Getting Yourself Into Shape After COVID-19 Pandemic

Yoga

COVID-19 has taken a toll on all of us and while it mentally affected all of us, it has thrashed our physical fitness as well. The reason being that we have been sitting inside our homes for so long without doing nothing that getting a layer of fat was unavoidable. This is not something made up, you can easily spot a friend of yours who you’ve seen before lockdown looking all in shape and not they’re just not. Well! There must be something that we need to do, and that…

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Seven Forms of Mild Covid Identified And Know What Changes It Does to The Immune System

Covid

The covid-19 virus is still under research and we come across something new every day. This time is the fact that the people having mild covid can be further classified down to 7 different categories. Apart from that, the recent studies showed that the one’s who recovered from the mild covid attack, have improved and more number of antibody-producing immunity in their bodies. The higher the fever person had at the time of their virus interaction, the better their antibody-producing is. This helps in determining that with the combined action…

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PM Modi condemns Vienna attack

Vienna Attack

On Tuesday, PM Modi strongly condemned the terror attack in Vienna, expressed grief and said India is always standing with Austria and assures full support to overcome this tragedy. Prime Minister Modi said that he is deeply shocked and saddened by the gruesome terror attacks that happened in Vienna. He added that India will be always standing in support of Austria during this tragic time. PM Modi said that his thoughts are with the victims and with their families within these tough times. Hours before the start of a fresh…

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Center orders states/UTs to form committees for COVID-19 vaccination

Covid Vaccine

The Central Government has ordered the states to form panels, which will supervise the COVID-19 vaccination process and co-ordinate effectively to carry out the vaccination drive in a smooth way. The Centre is keen to ensure a hassle-free vaccination of citizens that will cause minimal stress on other health care services. The Centre is also wary of unscrupulous usage of social media which may disburse fake rumors against vaccine inoculation. To counter these problems, the Centre has encouraged cyber intelligence for early tracking of such malpractices. The Government has stated…

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