NITI Aayog Member (Health) Dr VK Paul on January 19 requested doctors and nurses to accept the COVID-19 vaccines with folded hands. VK Paul said, "The concerns about adverse effects and serious problems, as of now, seem to be insignificant and the data show that we are in a comfortable situation and we would like to reassure you that these two COVID-19 vaccines are safe." He further said, "We are not fulfilling our societal responsibility if a vaccine assigned to you is not being taken. The whole world is clamouring for the vaccine. I request the doctors and nurses to accept the vaccine."
NITI Aayog Member (Health) Dr VK Paul on January 19 informed that a nasal vaccine candidate has been identified against COVID-19 that could be a game-changer, if it works. He said, "A nasal vaccine candidate has been identified. It has come for consideration for phase 1 and phase 2 trials. It looks as an exciting development. If it works then it could be a game-changer. We look forward to this development."
Asked whether families could feel confident in booking a break for the summerholidays as all adults may be vaccinated by the summer, Mr Hancock said: “Onthe summer holidays, I’m going to Cornwall and I’ve said before I think we’regoing to have a great British summer, but we’ve got a lot of work to dobetween now and then. “What we can do is see the line of sight to vaccinatingeverybody by September and anything before that would be a bonus.
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On Monday afternoon (December 28), 'Southend,' a famous seaside resort in Essex, United Kingdom, was swamped with people enjoying the sea breeze despite the tier-4 of COVID-19 restrictions beginning Sa