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Vaccine shortage in India: 18% people could not find COVID-19 dose when they went for vaccination in first ten days of April, says survey

Vaccine shortage in India: 18% people could not find COVID-19 dose when they went for vaccination in first ten days of April, says survey

Citizens from locations like Mumbai and parts of the Delhi National Capital region have also shared their feedback on LocalCircles suggesting that some hospitals have boards indicating that they either have limited doses or no doses available on a particular day. However, the Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has indicated that the country has enough doses.

Rise in COVID-19 cases to delay demand recovery in global oil market

Rise in COVID-19 cases to delay demand recovery in global oil market

It noted that in CY07-CY18, 16.5 million b/d of refining capacity was added globally, but 8 million b/d was shut implying net capacity addition of just 8.5 million b/d. As per the report, more refinery shutdowns are required and are likely too in the medium and long term to prevent oversupply.

India becomes fastest COVID vaccinating country, surpasses US

India becomes fastest COVID vaccinating country, surpasses US

According to the ministry, the cumulative number of coronavirus vaccine doses administered in India so far has crossed 8.70 crore on Day 81 of the vaccination drive that was launched on January 16, nearly a month after it was started in the US. Till April 6, India had administered 33,37,601 vaccine doses to the beneficiaries.

7 things to consider before hiring an interior designer

7 things to consider before hiring an interior designer

Are you considering hiring an interior decorator? If so, you must plan ahead to get maximum returns. From your budget and timeline, to your inspiration and must-haves, you must be prepared to have an in-depth conversation with your interior designer to helps him/her understand your needs.

Mobile health tech can aid elderly with heart disease

Mobile health tech can aid elderly with heart disease

The scientific statement, published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, highlights research from 26 studies from the past 11 years that examined mobile health technology for secondary heart disease prevention in adults ages 60 and older with existing heart disease.

Food fortification, a potent way to fight hidden hunger

Food fortification, a potent way to fight hidden hunger

According to World Health Organization (WHO), hidden hunger occurs when the quality of food people eat does not meet their nutrient requirements, so the food is deficient in micronutrients such as the vitamins and minerals that they need for their growth and development. Deficiencies in iron, vitamin A and iodine are the most common around the world, particularly in children and pregnant women.





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