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Vaccinators are required to verify each beneficiarys identity, approve the vaccination before completing the vaccination process using the CoWIN mobile app, which is updated on a real-time basis.
Former Union minister Subodh Kant Sahai, who campaigned intensively in Bihar during the elections, said a new team was needed to rejuvenate the organisation in the politically significant state.
The Aranayak Agri Producers Company Limited (AAPCL) has 5,753 members including 122 producers groups (PGs) made up of women farmers in Bihars Purnea district.
Rukesh Kumar Yadav was shot dead in front of his wife who was feeding her 9-month-old infant.
Sanjiv Chaurasia will be administered the second trial dose after 28 days; he said he hoped his action will dispel the doubts over the reliability of the indigenous vaccine
Around two-three newborns per 1000 suffer from the ASD in the state, where private hospitals charge around Rs 1-1.50 lakh for its treatment.
The newly appointed national president of ruling Janata Dal (United) said that the party was nalysing the reasons for the below par results
14 girls have been sent on a pilot basis but now the need to do more for the girls has been felt.
The mans sister said they were away with her mother to see a doctor when her brother was killed
Were prepared for Covid-19 vaccination in Bihar. It will be given to the healthcare workers, frontline workers and people above 50 years on priority. We will be following the central guideline & will conduct the vaccination effectively, Kumar said while speaking to reporters.
Students of Classes 9 to 12, teachers and other non-teaching staff have been asked to take all Covid-19 precautions and adhere to the guidelines issued by the government while attending school.
The directorate officials stated that persons with disabilities are often exposed to different infections as a majority of them are dependent upon others for routine activities