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India arranges Covid-19 management workshop for 10 countries

Today India arranges Covid management workshop for Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Mauritius, Nepal, Pakistan, Seychelles and Sri Lanka. ...
Feb 18

Afghanistan receives 500,000 doses of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine from India

Afghanistan has had 55,335 COVID-19 cases and 2,410 deaths from the disease, according to the health ministry....
Feb 09

India supplies 56 lakh doses of COVID-19 vaccines internationally under grant

Supplies made under grant amount to 56 lakh doses and commercial supplies amount to over 100 lakh doses...
Feb 06

India starts shipments of Made in India COVID-19 Vaccines to neighbouring countries

The Ministry said, the immunization programme is being implemented in India, as in other countries, in a phased manner to cover the healthcare providers, frontline ...
Jan 20

The Lancet: New polio vaccine against safe and generates immune response in adults, young children, and infants

Phase 2 trials in 1,200 adults, young children, and infants suggest new poliovirus vaccine may have the potential to overcome outbreaks caused by a ...
Dec 12

UNICEF and WHO call for emergency action to avert major measles and polio epidemics

UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) today issued an urgent call to action to avert major measles and polio epidemics....
Nov 06

The Twenty-Sixth Polio IHR Emergency Committee released their statement today

The Emergency Committee reviewed the data on wild poliovirus (WPV1) and circulating vaccine derived polio viruses (cVDPV). ...
Oct 22

The Lancet: Largest global vaccine confidence survey reveals hesitancy hotspots

Vaccine confidence in Europe remains low compared to other regions ...
Sep 11

WHO declares Africa free of Polio virus

Today is a historic day for Africa," said Professor Rose Gana Fomban Leke, whose commission certified that no cases had occurred on the continent ...
Aug 26

Nearly 10 Million Infected With Coronavirus In Afghanistan

The virus entered Afghanistan in February as thousands of migrants returned from neighbouring Iran, which at the time was the region's worst-hit nation ...
Aug 06

100 Million South Asia children can slip into poverty amid COVID-19

In Bangladesh, UNICEF said it found that some of the poorest families could not afford three meals a day, while in Sri Lanka its survey ...
Jun 24

Stories of hope as refugees help tackle the COVID-19 pandemic

WHO/Europe joins United Nations Secretary-General in emphasizing the need to include refugees and migrants in efforts, plans, and strategies to fight COVID-19....
Jun 20

MoHAP announces over 35,000 additional COVID-19 tests

Notwithstanding Eid holidays, MoHAP orders extra tests and strict social distancing...
May 25

Gilead Sciences collaborates with Indian Companies for Remdesivir

Under the licensing agreements, the companies have a right to receive a technology transfer of the Gilead Sciences manufacturing process for remdesivir to enable them ...
May 13

Peking University Strengthens Global Cooperation amid COVID-19

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May 09

Coronavirus Worse Than Pearl Harbour, 9/11 Attacks :Trump

The surprise Japanese attack in 1941 on the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii drew the United States into World War II...
May 07

COVID-19 Emergency Declaration Gave "Enough Time" To World

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the WHO, which is seeking to lead the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic, had used the days before declaring ...
May 02

Afghanistan to get $220 million loan from IMF

IMF's Rapid Credit Facility is meant to ramp up and doubled in size to get quick aid to the world's poorest nations...
Apr 30

Children In South-Asia Could Face Health Crisis

A Major of the world's unimmunized or partially immunized children-about 4.5 million children live in South Asia. Almost all of them, or ...
Apr 29

Pak PM Imran Khan To Get Tested For Coronavirus

A total of 17 more people have died in Pakistan from the COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll to 209....
Apr 22

International Monetary Fund Approves Debt Relief For 25 Poor Countries

The IMF board approved the debt relief for the countries, nearly all in Africa, but also Afghanistan, Yemen, Nepal and Haiti...
Apr 14

Armed Forces Joins Civilian Authorities to Fight Against Coronavirus

Armed Forces working hand-in-hand with civilian authorities in fight against COVID-19. ...
Apr 03

US announces 2.9 billion dollar aid to India due to Covid19

It is also providing USD 1.3 million to Sri Lanka, USD 1.8 million to Nepal, USD 3.4 million to Bangladesh and USD ...
Mar 28

India’s response to COVID outbreak

How India responded to the challenge .an update by GOI...
Mar 28

Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation Donate Medical Supplies to 10 More Asian Nations

Delivery of the donations will leverage the robust capabilities of the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP) to overcome the significant logistical and transportation challenge presented ...
Mar 23

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