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BusinessToday.In
March 2, 2021
As senior citizens across the country take part in the vaccination drive, here is all the information they need two know about the two vaccines - Covaxin and Covishield


Reuters
March 2, 2021
The United States is the worst-hit nation in the world by case count, with nearly 30 million infections so far, though new cases have been declining


Joe C Mathew
March 2, 2021
The most common complaint which 50 per cent of the respondents said was that the \"OTP/SMS registration didn't work\". Another 29 per cent said the \"registration worked but no appointments were showing\"


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
The Union Minister was vaccinated at Medanta Hospital in Gurugram by a team of doctors led by Dr Naresh Trehan, according to reports.


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
State Bank of India (SBI) has decided to contribute Rs 11 crore to the PM CARES Fund to support next phase of COVID-19 vaccination drive


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
The IMA also requested the Centre to provide COVID-19 vaccination free of cost to healthcare workers and people of the nation. The Union Health Ministry had developed Co-WIN to monitor real-time COVID-19 vaccine delivery


Joe C Mathew
March 1, 2021
While its hospitals in Ludhiana and Mohali have got permission to vaccinate 100 and 200 persons, respectively, in a day, its Shalimar Bagh hospital in Delhi has received 1,000 doses for the first week


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
Bharat Biotech tweeted on PM Modi's commitment to build an Aatmanirbhar Bharat; Prime Minister shared an image of himself getting vaccinated on Twitter


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was administered Bharat Biotech's Covaxin by Sisters Rosamma Anil and P Niveda, from Kerala and Puducherry


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
All vaccines provided to beneficiaries at the government health facilities will be entirely free of cost, while private facilities cannot charge the beneficiary a sum above Rs 250 per person per dose


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
The government, in this phase, will vaccinate people over 60 and individuals over 45 with comorbidities to rein in the rising number of more infectious virus strains leading to a spurt in COVID-19 cases in some states


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
On Monday, the prime minister took his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS, Delhi. The PM was administered Bharat Biotech's COVAXIN by Sister P Niveda from Puducherry


BusinessToday.In
March 1, 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was administered Bharat Biotech's Covaxin by Sister Nivedita from Puducherry


BusinessToday.In
February 28, 2021
COVID-19 vaccination: The eligible people can register and book appointment for vaccination, anytime and anywhere, using the CoWIN 2.0 portal or through other IT applications such as Arogya Setu, etc.


BusinessToday.In
February 28, 2021
In the second phase of COVID-19 vaccination drive in India, people above 60 years and above 45 years with comorbidities would be administered the vaccine at 10,000 government medical facilities and over 20,000 private hospitals


PTI
February 28, 2021
Mazumdar said, 'Covid Vaccine Jab Capped At Rs 250 At Private Hospitals: Government - understand vaccine cos (sic) feel betrayed as price is too low to sustain'


BusinessToday.In
February 27, 2021
Union health ministry confirmed on Saturday that private hospitals functioning as COVID Vaccination Centres (CVCs) may recover a charge subject to a ceiling of Rs 250 per person per dose


BusinessToday.In
February 27, 2021
Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said those who go to government centres will be administered the vaccine free of cost


BusinessToday.In
February 26, 2021
People in that age group, suffering from one or more co-morbidities like heart disorders, chronic pulmonary and kidney diseases, cancer, transplant patients, uncontrolled diabetes, those on immune medications and morbid obesity conditions are eligible for the shots


BusinessToday.In
February 25, 2021
If you are above 45 and with comorbidities (with one or more diseases), you are eligible to get a Covid-19 jab. However, you'll have to produce a signed medical certificate, showing the severity of your illness


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