How is the COVID-19 vaccine development being accelerated?
Considering the timelines of prior vaccines developed for other diseases, the COVID-19 vaccine research is progressing at an unprecedented pace.
Can a Booster Dose Protect Against Omicron?
India has approved booster doses for certain groups because of the rise in Omicron cases. The article explains the benefits of the booster dose against the variant.
COVID Vaccines Approved For Children: All You Need To Know
Read here to know the vaccines that have been approved by the Indian government for vaccinating kids below the age of 18.
Top things you should know about Corbevax: The COVID-19 Vaccine for kids
Corbevax is a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine that can be administered to kids in the age group of 12 to 14 years to protect them against the contagious coronavirus.
Mixing Vaccines Could Boost Efficacy, Research Indicates
While both Covaxin and Covishield have proven their efficacy individually, a recent study has shown that the mix of both vaccines could be more effective against COVID-19 infection.
The Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
While the vast majority of our country is waiting eagerly in anticipation of getting a vaccine, there are a few who are either unwilling or unsure about getting vaccinated.
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How COVID-19 Vaccination Drives are Expected to be Organized
Once a vaccine is approved, the next big challenge will be to ensure effective vaccine distribution and delivery.
COVID-19 Vaccines: All the recent stories (17-Sep-21)
According to the latest data, India has administered more than 77. 24 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccines to its adult population.
ZyCoV-D: The world’s first DNA plasmid-based COVID-19 vaccine
ZyCoV-D is the sixth vaccine to be approved in India and the only one to be approved for adolescents in the 12 to 18 years age group.
Why Young and Healthy Adults Should Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Experts suggest that unless a significant section of the population is immunized, the third and successive waves of COVID-19 will remain a possibility.