In a “60 Minutes” interview on CBS, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the US economy is at an “inflection point,” but says the “principal risk” is that Covid-19 will spread again. CNN’s Christine Romans reports.
While speaking to media persons on April 12, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Dr Ashwathnarayan CN have ruled out the possibility of lockdown amid COVID-19 continues to surge in the country. "So far govt has not thought about it. Both life and livelihoods need to be taken care of. This question should not arise and the CM has been clear about it. Let's not create fear among people. We're ensuring that both economy and livelihoods carry on," he said. Karnataka has reported over 10,000 cases of COVID on April 11.
A closed circuit television camera captured a policeman thrashing staff and patrons at an eatery in Tamil Nadu on April 11. The incident reportedly occurred near Gandhipuram bus stand. The cop was seen hitting people with his cane. Reports suggested that the eatery was violating restrictions amid Covid-19 surge. Watch the full video for more.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi took his second shot of COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS, Delhi on April 08. He received the first dose of Bharat Biotech's COVAXIN on March 01. "I have given the second dose of COVAXIN to our Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. He spoke to us. It was a memorable moment for me as I got to meet him and vaccinate him," said Nisha Sharma, Nurse. "I am the vaccinator who gave the first dose of COVAXIN to PM Narendra Modi. Today, I got another opportunity to meet him and vaccinate him for the second time. I was elated again. He spoke to us, we even clicked pictures with him," said P Niveda, Nurse. The two nurses who administered COVID-19 vaccine to PM Narendra Modi at AIIMS, Delhi are-P Niveda from Puducherry and Nisha Sharma from Punjab.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday took the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi. He had received the first dose of Bharat Biotech's Covaxin on March 1. Taking to Twitter, PM Modi shared a picture of him taking the second dose of the vaccine and urged all those who are eligible to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi took his second dose of Covid-19 vaccine at AIIMS on April 8. Nisha Sharma administered the second dose of covid-19 vaccine to the prime minister. PM Modi asked those eligible for the shot to take it soon to defeat the virus. "Got my second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS today. Vaccination is among the few ways we have, to defeat the virus. If you are eligible for the vaccine, get your shot soon. Register on CoWin.gov.in," he tweeted. He had taken his first jab on March 1 at the hospital. P Niveda had administered the first jab of the vaccine to the prime minister. PM Modi has taken Covaxin, India's homegrown vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech. Watch the full video for more.
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With people practicing social distancing and self-isolation to curb the further spread of coronavirus, many yearn for a human touch when reeling under the pain. But in order to comfort Covid-19 patients in isolation, nurses in Brazil have come up with an innovative idea that brings a feel like a human touch. They have made it possible with Just a pair of disposable gloves. There’s no tedious process involved. The nurses used two disposable gloves, and tied them up after filling them with hot water.
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Kerala police advisory for getting vaccinated is winning hearts online. Catching on to the viral Rasputin dance trend made famous by 2 spunky Kerala medical students, the state police made 2 vials of Covaxin and Covishield shake a leg to this evergreen number by Boney M.
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COVID-19 Vaccination In-Charge in Odisha, Bijay Panigrahi, said that they expect to receive more vaccines within two days from the Government of India. "Vaccine program is going on smoothly in the state. We have 3.2 lakh doses of Covishield and 1 lakh doses of Covaxin in Odisha. With this stock, we can continue vaccination for 2 days. We expect to receive vaccines from the Govt of India within 2 days," said Bijay Panigrahi.
People line up outside the Covid-19 vaccination centre in Bhubaneswar on Friday. Some people standing in the queue claimed that there is a shortage of vaccine at the Centre. However, Dr Laxmidhar Sahoo, who is the director of Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar, said that there is no shortage of Covaxin doses. Dr Sahoo added that there are reports of a shortage of Covishield doses. This comes a day after Odisha health minister Naba Kishore Das had asked the Centre to send over 25 lakh vaccine doses. Watch the full video for more details.
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