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1.India records 93,249 new Covid-19 cases, highest in over six months

India on Sunday recorded 93,249 new Covid-19 cases in a day, the highest daily rise in around six-and-half-months, taking the nationwide tally of infections to over 1.23 crore, according to the Union ...

From : Deccan Herald

2.India Covid curve beats US, set to surpass Brazil

In the seven days till Friday, India recorded 68,969 new cases a day on average. On the same day, the US recorded 65,753 ...

From : Hindustan Times

3.Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: 7.4 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in India so far

About 7.4 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in India so far. Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Today is the 376th day since India implemented a nationwide lockdown to help curb the ...

From : moneycontrol.com

4.Active COVID-19 cases near 7 lakh as India reports 93,000 fresh cases, biggest spike since mid-September

Coronavirus India News The Health Ministry in its daily updates said that the overall caseload in India has reached 1 24 crore while the death toll stands at 1 64 lakh ...

From : Jagran on MSN.com

5.COVID-19: Why India's COVID spike means the world has to wait for its jabs

On 18 March, some younger Britons who may have been expecting to get their COVID jabs in the coming weeks, were told they would have to wait. India is a key supplier for vaccines across the world ...

From : Sky

6.Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Actor Akshay Kumar says he has tested positive for COVID-19

Coronavirus News LIVE Updates: Today is the 376th day since India implemented a nationwide lockdown to help curb the novel coronavirus pandemic. The country is now witnessing a second wave. India's ...

From : MSN

7.India Records Over 93,000 Cases, 500 Deaths in Highest Single-Day COVID Spike in 6 Months

A health worker collects swab sample from a person for COVID-19 test, near Kashmere Gate in New Delhi, Saturday, March 20, 2021. (PTI Photo) New Delhi: In the highest single-day spike in six months, ...

From : India.com

8.First confirmed case of Indian coronavirus variant in U.S. found in California

Researchers at Stanford University said Saturday that they had found at least one case of a new coronavirus variant first detected in India in Northern California. The new variant has two mutations, ...

From : YAHOO!News

9.Coronavirus LIVE Updates: From Gold Nose-pin for Women to Hand Blender for Men, Vaccine Sops for Gujarat Locals as India Beats US in Caseload

Meanwhile, The cumulative number of coronavirus vaccine doses administered in the country crossed seven crore with 12,76,191 doses given till 8 pm on Friday, the Health Ministry said as India ...

From : CNN-News18

10.India’s New ‘Double Mutant’ COVID Variant Emerges in U.S. — Stanford Identifies First Case

The Clinical Virology Lab at Stanford Health Care has confirmed one case of India’s new ‘double mutant’ COVID variant, and seven possible cases among patients at Stanford Hospital’s various clinics ...

From : India West

11.Coronavirus in India: 14 students at IIT Jodhpur test positive for Covid-19

Fourteen students at the Indian Institute of Technology(IIT) Jodhpur have tested positive for Covid-19. So far 65 people from the institute have tested positive for coronavirus. According to Jodhpur ...

From : India Today

12.Indian businesses in China concerned over China’s COVID-19 travel restrictions

Beijing: The CEOs of a host of Indian businesses and industries in China have expressed concern over the continuing COVID-19 ...

From : orissapost.com

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1.Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, codenamed AZD1222, and sold under the brand name Covishield and Vaxzevria among others, is a viral vector vaccine for COVID-19 developed

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2.COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus pandemic, is a continuing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe

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