India’s historic 100-crore Covid-19 vaccination landmark has won global appreciation with wishes pouring in from WHO and neighbouring countries.
The Indian Government discontinued vaccine exports under the 'Vaccine Maitri' programme when it was hit by the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that he was “really disappointed” with the scope of vaccine donations worldwide.
The number of Games-linked COVID-19 cases in Japan this month was 79 on Wednesday, with more international athletes testing positive at home and unable to travel
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India's Covid-19 situation remains hugely concerning, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday.
WHO has redeployed more than 2,000 staff to support the country's response on the ground and is helping authorities with efforts including vaccination.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the number of new cases 'is approaching the highest rate of infection that we have seen so far in the pandemic.'
Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organisation, said that India's support in supplying its vaccines is helping over 60 countries to begin the vaccination process.
In a tweet, the WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that we can defeat the virus only if we act together and thanked PM Modi for his continued support
'Vaccines are the shot in the arm we all need, literally and figuratively,' director-general Tedros said.
The WHO map currently shows the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh in a shade different to the rest of the country.
China on Monday vehemently refuted the US charge that the novel coronavirus was leaked from a bio lab in the country
Global recognition poured in after PM Modi said the world's biggest inoculation drive against coronavirus was set to begin in the country.
'Throwing money at outbreaks without focusing on long-term prevention is 'dangerously short-sighted', says director-general Tedros Adhanom
The WHO's figures for Saturday showed that 660,905 coronavirus cases were reported to the UN health agency, setting a new high water mark
The prime minister had a telephone conversation with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs a meeting on the situation relating to Covid-19 & vaccination with top officials, through video conferencing, in New Delhi.PTI Photo
Hockey players of Pakistan and Egypt vie for the ball during FIH Men's Junior World Cup (hockey) 2021 match at Kalinga Stadium, in Bhubaneswar.PTI Photo
Indian bowler Axar Patel celebrates the dismissal of New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor with teammates during third day of the first Test cricket match between India and New Zealand, at Green Park stadium in Kanpur.PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
Junior Doctors of Gauhati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) stage a protest during a nationwide strike called by junior doctors in view of postponement of National Eligibility Entrance Test postgraduate (NEET PG)...PTI Photo
Indian bowler Umesh Yadav celebrates the dismissal of New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson with teammates during third day of the first Test cricket match between India and New Zealand, at Green Park stadium in Kanpur.PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
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