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Almost two-thirds of elderly care home residents have had COVID jab

Sky News Thursday, 21 January 2021
Almost two-thirds of elderly care home residents have had a COVID-19 vaccine - with vaccinations among all groups occurring at 200 jabs per minute, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has told MPs.
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A day before the floor test in Puducherry Assembly, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy held a meeting with Congress and DMK MLAs to discuss the strategy ahead. Briefing the reporters, Narayanasamy said, "I held a meeting with ministers, MLAs of Congress and DMK, MPs and other party leaders today. We discussed the strategy to be adopted in the Legislative Assembly. We have decided to disclose our strategy on the floor of the House." On Feb 21, Congress MLA K Lakshmi Narayanan and DMK MLA K Venkatesan tendered their resignation from the Assembly Speaker VP Sivakolundhu. Narayanan said, “It was my individual decision as the party has not given me my due recognition in the government that's why I have taken this decision.” Watch the full video for more.

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