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Australian MP Craig Kelly wants UP CM Yogi Adityanath to take charge of COVID management. Here is what happened

Craig Kelly, Australian Member of Parliament, taking notice of the success of the Uttar Pradesh government in containing the pandemic, lauded the effective leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in crushing the wave.

Unconscious Patient in ICU bitten by rats at BMC-run hospital, authorities say ‘injuries are superficial’

The 24-year-old Srinivas Yellappa had undergone eye surgery recently at a BMC-run hospital in Ghatkopar. Rats had bitten on his face while he was lying unconscious.

Throttle Aerospace Systems led consortium to start trials for drone delivery of medicine in Bengaluru

Cardiac surgeon Dr. Devi Shetty has announced that he will provide the medicines to be used during the drone trials.

After waiting for a year, police constable Amit Rana’s wife reminds Arvind Kejriwal of compensation, asks why the discrimination

The wife of Amit Kumar Rana, who had succumbed to the infection on May 5, 2020, asked Arvind Kejriwal why the discrimination.

‘Irrational and ineffective’ Plasma therapy dropped from govt of India’s Covid treatment protocol

The rampant use of plasma therapy had also resulted in black marketing of the same with donors charging thousands for plasma thus commercializing the entire process.

Uttar Pradesh: As Covid situation improves, CM Yogi prepares govt for the third wave

Uttar Pradesh is prepared for the anticipated third wave of Covid-19, said CM Yogi during the press conference.

Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai turns his house into a 50-bed Covid-care centre

On Thursday, Bommai handed over his house to authorities to set up a full-fledged Covid-care centre in Shiggaon.

Coronavirus remains in human penis long after infection, may cause Erectile Dysfunction: US researchers

Researchers found coronavirus present in penile tissue months after the test subjects had recovered from the infection.

Centre gives nod for experimental use of drones to deliver vaccines

The Ministry of Civil Aviation in its tweet informed that the trials for delivery of COVID vaccines via drones are expected to commence from May end.

Maharashtra: State Health Minister’s home district got huge surplus of vaccine doses while other areas suffered from scarcity

With Jalna sitting on around 50,000 doses around April 07, 25 vaccination centres in Mumbai were shut down due to shortage.

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