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Govt temporarily halts new registration of frontline and healthcare workers for Covid vaccination. Here is why

The Secretary of Union Health Ministry emphasised that the healthcare workers, and the frontline workers, who have already registered on the CoWIN portal, must be vaccinated at the earliest.

COVID: Healthcare workers to get vaccinated first, followed by frontline workers, India orders 83 crore syringes

The government of India has clarified that before mass vaccination for the general public, healthcare workers will be vaccinated first, followed by frontline workers.

NDTV spreads fake news about Made In India coronavirus vaccines, union Health Ministry busts claims

The govt has clarified that it has not rejected emergency use proposals for Coronavirus vaccines from Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech

PM Narendra Modi announces National Digital Health Mission, citizens to be provided with Digital Health ID: Read details

A unique ID will be issued to citizens under a 'One Nation One Health Card' scheme under the National Digital Health Mission

Coronavirus: Mild and asymptomatic cases do not need hospitalization, says Delhi Health department

Citing union health ministry guidelines, Delhi govt said that Coronavirus patients with mild and no symptoms do not need hospitalization

India’s coronavirus fatality rate among the lowest in the world: Union Health Ministry

Union Health Ministry Joint Secretary Luv Agarwal said that India's 0.3 per cent deaths per lakh population is the lowest fatality rate in the world

Government not considering community-wise mapping of coronavirus: Health Ministry trashes report by Deccan Chronicle

The Union Health Ministry rubbished the reports that said that the central government is mulling over the community-wise mapping of the coronavirus outbreak in the country.

325 Districts in India have no cases of coronavirus, 12% patients have recovered: Union Health Ministry

Out of 24 samples tested in India only one Coronavirus positive case is found, said ICMR head, which is much more than other countries

India could have 8.2 lakhs Coronavirus positive cases by April 15 if lockdown and containment were not implemented: Union Health Ministry

Health ministry analysis says India would have 8.2 lakh Coronavirus cases without lockdown and containment, and 1.2 with containment only

16,002 samplings conducted in a day, of which only 2 percent of cases have tested positive for Wuhan Coronavirus, no traces of community transmission

Joint Secy, Ministry of Health, refuted the claims of community transmission in the state and said that there is no need to panic.

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