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'Made in India' Covaxin gets emergency use approval for children aged 2-18 years

In a notable moment for India's vaccination program, Bharat Biotech's COVAXIN has received emergency use approval for being administered to children. As per reports, the Subject Expert Committee on COVID-19 has sanctioned the use of Covaxin for kids aged between 2-18. The current decision was taken after extensive deliberations, wherein the authorities studied the various parameters related to trials and vaccine usage.
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Daily COVID positivity ratio dips below 1% in Goa

Bringing some respite for the state residents, Goa witnessed the month's lowest number of fresh COVID infections on Monday. As per records, 35 fresh cases were marked in the state yesterday. With these new infections, the state now has a total of 647 active cases while the recoveries exceeded the new detections by a large margin. Adding to this, the daily COVID positivity ratio came down to 0.9% on Monday

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Indore residents overdue for 2nd dose of COVID vaccine to be denied entry in public places

Aiming for complete immunisation of the target population in Indore, the Health Department has urged the state government to impose strict restraints on those overdue for the second COVID-19 jab. After a downward trajectory of COVID cases in the city, citizens have started ignoring the grave nature of the situation. Reportedly, over 7 lakh people are yet to take their second dose and the laid-back attitude of the public is raising concerns among health officials.

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Rajasthan successfully vaccinates over 5 crore of its eligible population against COVID-19

In a landmark achievement, Rajasthan has successfully managed to administer the COVID-19 jab to over 5 crore eligible citizens. According to a press release of the Rajasthan Health Ministry, the state had provided around 5,00,78,073 coronavirus vaccines, as of 4 PM on Monday evening. With this, around 16.5% eligible population of the state has been fully vaccinated, while 48.5% have received the first dose shot.
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New guidelines issued for citizens travelling to Goa from Kerela!

Keeping in mind the rising COVID cases in Kerala, the government of Goa issued fresh guidelines on Sunday for the incoming travellers from the southern state. As per the order, 5-day quarantine is now mandatory for all those who are entering the state, from Kerala. In addition to this, for the incoming students and workers from Kerala, institutional quarantine of 5 days is now obligatory upon arrival in the coastal state.

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