Bharat Biotech had said last month that it expects approval for its COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin from the WHO for EUL during July-September.
Over the past 12 months, wholesale prices are up 6.6 per cent, the largest 12-month increase on records going back to 2010.
Low base effect also contributed to the spike in WPI inflation in May 2021. In May 2020, WPI inflation was at (-) 3.37 per cent. This is the fifth straight month of uptick.
A typical home has 4-5 people with one or two on-site personal assistants visiting or living with them based on need.
Their final agreement from the three-day meeting also included a section on challenging China over 'non-economic' economic practices and calling on Beijing to respect human rights.
The origin of coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has remained a mystery even after over 1.5 years the first case of infection was reported in the Wuhan city of China.
Mukesh Sharma, an air quality expert associated with the civil engineering department at IIT-Kanpur, has melded rigorous research with policy engagement.
As in his films, Sicario and Wind River, TWWMD too is spearheaded by a female protagonist navigating a world dominated mostly by men.
WHO's Dr Hans Kluge said the variant also known as the delta variant, has shown signs of being able to evade some vaccines.
This National Expert Group submitted its report recently in April 2021 with inclusion of Subject Specific Health Action Plans on identified Climate Sensitive Diseases and 'One Health', he added.
COVAX was created to facilitate equitable access to vaccines.
In the control group, babies received kangaroo care only for an average of 1.5 hours per day.
US, India, China account for 60 per cent of 2 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses distributed globally: WHO
The 60 per cent of the two billion doses that have gone to China, India and the US are "all domestically procured and used".
Responding to a question on recognition of Covaxin by the WHO, NITI Aayog Member (Health) V K Paul said the government is pursuing it.
Dr Kate O'Brien says vaccinating children 'is not a priority from a WHO perspective', even as increasing numbers of rich countries authorise their COVID-19 shots for teenagers and children.