PHC health workers visited every house and inquired about unvaccinated and partially vaccinated persons in order to urge them to get completely vaccinated.
Allaying fears raised by parents, dean of Coimbatore Medical College Hospital Dr A Nirmala said, "If children wear masks in the classroom continuously, it will not create any trouble for them."
Poultry farmers stated that over the past year, production cost increased by roughly 30% which put immense strain on farmers who couldn't stabilise the maintenance of their poultry.
The 27 EU members found agreement on draft legislation aimed at slashing EU greenhouse gases by at least 55per cent in 2030 compared with 1990 rather than by a previously agreed 40 per cent.
For victims’ families and survivors of the attacks, the trial for Salah Abdeslam and suspected accomplices has been excruciating yet crucial in their quest for justice and closure.
The Chief Minister said it was time to resolve that the growth of fundamentalism will not be allowed, no matter the religion associated with it.
The Centre’s directions came as the country saw a spike in Covid cases.
Out of the 11,504 new COVID-19 cases reported on Tuesday till noon, 10,732 were local infections and 772 foreign cases. Also, one person succumbed to viral infections.
The ministry said there was no shortage of Covid-19 vaccines and that states should ensure that the vaccines that expire first are administered first to prevent any wastage.
As a huge congregation of devotees is expected on the Rath Yatra day on July 1 in Puri, the State government has decided to distribute over 10 lakh masks making its use mandatory.
The pandemic hasn’t been kind to the food and beverage industry, but the rise in diners now has been a big relief. And restaurateurs want to fully cash in on this.
The department is yet to clear Rs 2.83 crore to private hospitals for treating 653 more Covid patients since April this year.
As cases in Mahadevpura Zone in particular are high, Chandra said that the municipality is conducting 17,000 tests daily of which 600 to 700 are positive cases.
Apart from ischemic stroke, most neurological disorders do not appear to be more frequent after COVID-19 than after influenza or community-acquired bacterial pneumonia, a researcher assured.
The research revealed that more than three in four (76 per cent) professionals in India feel more comfortable expressing their emotions at work post-pandemic.