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Maharashtra gets 6 lakh doses of Covishield, 36,000 of Covaxin

Maharashtra has received six lakh Covishield vaccine doses and 36,000 Covaxin doses, state Additional Chief Secretary Dr Pradeep Vyas told The Indian Express...

FM replies to Mamata: GST exemption on Covid drugs, vaccines to...

Responding to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s letter to the Prime Minister, seeking GST exemption on Covid-19 vaccines and supplies, Finance Minister...

Diaspora doctors dial in with help for patients from Bihar, Jharkhand

“My 70-year-old father has tested positive for Covid-19, his D-Dimer level has increased. What should we do?” “My oxygen level is fluctuating between 90...

Punjab: 2.19 lakh construction workers to get jabs as vaccination for...

The third phase (for people in the 18-44 age group) of the Covid vaccination drive in government hospitals/health centres of Punjab is set...

Punjab: 8 Covid deaths in week shocks Sangrur villages

Five deaths in a little over seven days has left a village in Sangrur district’s Takipur in shock. According to locals, four of...

Ahmedabad: Covid cases decline but demand for critical care beds on...

Even as the number of Covid-19 cases in Ahmedabad city has been declining this month, the demand for ICU and ventilator beds has...

YCM hospital allows one family member to attend to critical Covid...

A dedicated Covid hospital, the civic-run Yeshwantrao Chavan Memorial Hospital has become the first to allow one family member to attend to a...

Tata Memorial gets 5000 concentrators, distributes to 60 hospitals

Tata Memorial hospital has managed to import 5,000 oxygen concentrators from the US and distributed them to 60 hospitals across India. It has...

May proves disastrous for Panchkula, as first week’s Covid caseload equals...

As Covid-19 cases continue to surge across the country, Panchkula has reported more than 3,700 new cases within the first week of May....

Fifth column: Virtual realities | The Indian Express

As I watched the Prime Minister urge chief ministers last week to not slow down the pace of vaccinations, I wondered if living...