When WHO released its dense report on its mission to Wuhan, the U.N. health agency concluded that a leak of the virus from the lab was 'extremely unlikely' to have caused COVID-19.
The WHO assessment for approving Covaxin has been deferred by a month. It has now said it will take a decision on including it in the emergency use list by September.
Mandaviya meets WHO Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan, discusses health body's approval for Covaxin
All documents required for EUL have been submitted by Bharat Biotech for COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin to the World Health Organization.
Two-wheeler dispatches from the OEMs to dealerships declined by 2 per cent to 12,53,937 units in July, compared to 12,81,354 units in the year-ago period.
Indian researchers have yet to share any advanced research about the vaccine, which has been authorised and used in India.
WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib said the case, first reported late Monday, amounts to the first in West Africa
Jodie Whittaker teases her third season playing Doctor Who. It is rumoured to be her last as the legendary Time Lord.
The narrative of 'Dog Gone' revolves around the true story of a father and son who work on their fractured relationship during a forced hike of the Appalachian trail to find their beloved lost dog.
WHO calls for 'moratorium' on COVID boosters until at least Sept-end to address vaccination disparity
Ghebreyesus said ensuring increased vaccination coverage in low-income countries requires everyone's cooperation.
After nearly a month of rising cases, WHO said the European region reported a 9% drop in COVID-19 infections, citing falling caseloads in Britain and Spain.
Rotavac 5D's formulation allows it to be administered without a buffer and its low dose volume facilitates vaccine logistics, cold chain management and low biomedical waste disposal post-vaccination.
The actor will appear in a six-part event serial as well as three specials before departing the series, BBC said in a statement on Friday.
The African continent is far behind on vaccinations as richer countries keep doses for their citizens.
The U.N health agency also noted that COVID-19 cases rose by 8% worldwide and that there are now nearly 194 million infections.
The key difference between the two is that the transmission (from one human to another) in Covid is via air, breath and hand contact, which is much easier and common than body fluid transmission.