PM Modi makes big announcements regarding COVID-19 vaccine after ‘All-Party’ meeting, read here

PM Modi

On Friday, PM Modi led ‘all-party’ meeting was organized in which several important topics were discussed including the COVID-19 vaccine. Members of Parliament of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha took part in this important ‘all-party’ meeting. Significantly, some prominent leaders of the opposition parties too participated. PM Modi made some big announcements regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, after the meeting. He said that a potential vaccine is expected to roll out in a few weeks of time. PM Modi also specified that on a prior basis, the vaccination will be…

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UK Approves the First Covid-19 Vaccine in The World – Pfizer-BioNTech

Covid Vaccine

Affected immensely with Covid-19, UK became the first country to approve a Covid vaccine by clearing Pfizer Inc and BioNtech SE’s shot. The vaccine will be available in Britain by 15th of december. Hailing the decision, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the Coronavirus vaccine will be made available across the country from next week. PM Johnson took to Twitter and wrote, “It’s fantastic that @MHRAgovuk has formally authorized the @Pfizer/@BioNTech_Group vaccine for Covid-19. The vaccine will begin to be made available across the UK from next week,” tweeted…

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‘Compulsory community service’ at Covid-19 centers for those not wearing masks: Gujarat High Court

Community Service India

On Wednesday, the High Court of Gujarat ordered the local government to obligate community service at the patient care center of COVID-19 along with charging a fine, for the people who breach the guideline of wearing masks on public premises. This decision was taken by a bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice JB Pardiwala. The bench mentioned in an order that the COVID-19 patient care center should impose a duty on the violators under the community service rules for up-to 15 days. The duty must be served for…

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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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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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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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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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Maharashtra Government extends lockdown up to November 30, schools and colleges to remain shut

Maharashtra CM

On Thursday, The Maharashtra Government announced the extension of the current lockdown till November 30. The decision has been taken as the COVID-19 infection cases continue to rise in the state. As per the order, under the state government’s ‘Mission Begin Again’ plan, the relaxation of activities issued earlier in the month of October will remain in force and will be continued till the end of November. The Government of Maharashtra has already allowed restaurants, hotels, food chains, bars to function at half of their capacity on the beginning of…

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International flights to remain non-operable until November 30: DGCA

International Flights India

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said that all international passenger flights operating to-and-from India will continue to be non-operable up to 30 November, until further orders. The DGCA extended the suspension of international flight operations that was due to expire on 31st October. Aviation-regulated special flights such as flights under the Vande Bharat mission, charter flights, and repatriation flights including all-cargo international flights will continue to operate, according to DGCA’s statement. However, on case-to-case basis, some international flights may be allowed to function on specific routes. To control…

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India, Japan ink security pact

India and Japan

On Wednesday, India and Japan finalized a cybersecurity deal to strengthen the digital and cyber system security. The deal aims to make the cyber operations robust and resilient against attacks. This move comes weeks after both the countries completed a logistics support pact for closer operations between their militaries. After thirteen rounds of Indo-Japan strategic dialogue conducted in Tokyo, a joint statement by Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Motegi Toshimitsu of Japan stated that both the countries are keen to make the Indo-Pacific region free, open, inclusive, and premised…

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