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Pfizer says its anti-viral pill cuts severe Covid risk by 99% | Oneindia News

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Pfizer says its anti-viral pill cuts severe Covid risk by 99% | Oneindia News

Pfizer says its anti-viral pill cuts severe Covid risk by 99% | Oneindia News

India to host a high-level regional security dialogue over the developments in Afghanistan where China and Pakistan are invited; Navjot Singh Sidhu said he has taken back his resignation as Punjab Congress chief but also servd a new ultimatum; Pfizer Inc.

On Friday announced that its experimental antiviral pill for COVID-19 cut rates of hospitalisation and death by nearly 90%.

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COVID-19 Pills May Conflict With , Certain Medications, Study Finds. NBC News reports experts are warning anti-viral pills created by Pfizer and Merck may not be safe for everyone. Recently cleared by the Food and Drug Administration to treat infections in patients 12 and older, anti-viral pills have been a cause for optimism in the fight against COVID-19. According to NBC News, experts have found that certain ingredients in the anti-viral pills may cause extreme reactions when paired with more widely-used medications. Oddly enough, many of the affected medications are widely prescribed to those with the highest risk of developing COVID-19 complications. Oddly enough, many of the affected medications are widely prescribed to those with the highest risk of developing COVID-19 complications. These medications include antidepressants, immunosuppressants and even inhalers. These medications include antidepressants, immunosuppressants and even inhalers. Some of these potential interactions are not trivial, and some pairings have to be avoided altogether. , Peter Anderson, professor of pharmaceutical science, University of Colorado, via NBC News. Some of these potential interactions are not trivial, and some pairings have to be avoided altogether. , Peter Anderson, professor of pharmaceutical science, University of Colorado, via NBC News. Some are probably easily managed. But some we’re going to have to be very careful about. , Peter Anderson, professor of pharmaceutical science, University of Colorado, via NBC News. Some are probably easily managed. But some we’re going to have to be very careful about. , Peter Anderson, professor of pharmaceutical science, University of Colorado, via NBC News. Amid concerns, experts remain excited by the potential of anti-viral pills. This could make a real difference in the pandemic by making an effective Covid treatment available to many people. , Peter Anderson, professor of pharmaceutical science, University of Colorado, via NBC News. This could make a real difference in the pandemic by making an effective Covid treatment available to many people. , Peter Anderson, professor of pharmaceutical science, University of Colorado, via NBC News

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US health regulator authorizes Pfizer's Covid-19 pill as Omicron surges [Video]

US health regulator authorizes Pfizer's Covid-19 pill as Omicron surges

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Pfizer's Antiviral COVID-19 Pill Authorized by FDA [Video]

Pfizer's Antiviral COVID-19 Pill Authorized by FDA

Pfizer's Antiviral COVID-19 Pill , Authorized by FDA. NPR reports the Food and Drug Administration has officially authorized the first COVID-19 antiviral pill. The pill, Paxlovid, was created by pharmaceutical company Pfizer. Experts say Pfizer's pill could keep those infected with COVID-19 from becoming ill enough to require hospitalization. . Experts say Pfizer's pill could keep those infected with COVID-19 from becoming ill enough to require hospitalization. . According to NPR, the pill is meant to be ingested twice a day for five days. Paxlovid will reportedly require a tandem dose of generic antiviral medicine ritonavir. Today's authorization introduces the first treatment for COVID-19 that is in the form of a pill — a major step forward in the fight against this global pandemic. , Dr. Patrizia Cavazzoni, director of the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, via NPR. Today's authorization introduces the first treatment for COVID-19 that is in the form of a pill — a major step forward in the fight against this global pandemic. , Dr. Patrizia Cavazzoni, director of the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, via NPR. Pfizer's studies suggest taking Paxlovid within three days of exhibiting symptoms could reduce the risk of death and hospitalization by 89%. Pfizer's studies suggest taking Paxlovid within three days of exhibiting symptoms could reduce the risk of death and hospitalization by 89%. NPR reports separate studies showed the pill only reduced 70% of hospitalizations. Experts say the effectiveness of Paxlovid shouldn't diminish when treating Omicron-related infections. The United States will reportedly purchase 10 million courses of Pfizer's new COVID-19 treatment. Pfizer says around 180,000 courses of treatment will be available by the end of the year

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Omicron positive despite 3 vaccine shots | Mumbai patient hospitalised | Oneindia News [Video]

Omicron positive despite 3 vaccine shots | Mumbai patient hospitalised | Oneindia News

A man has tested positive for the Omicron strain of the coronavirus despite having had 3 shots of the Pfizer vaccine, according to authorities in Mumbai. #Omicron #Mumbai #PfizerVaccine

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Pfizer says Covid-19 pill drastically reduces severe disease [Video]

Pfizer says Covid-19 pill drastically reduces severe disease

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Navjot Singh Sidhu Navjot Singh Sidhu Politician and Retired Indian cricketer

Punjab sacrilege case: Navjot Sidhu demands public hanging for accused | Oneindia News [Video]

Punjab sacrilege case: Navjot Sidhu demands public hanging for accused | Oneindia News

In a shocking reamrk, Punjab PCC chief Navjot Singh Sidhu has demanded public execution for those accused of desecrating religious texts. his extreme remarks come at a time when most politicians in the poll bound state of punj are treading cautiously on the matter after 2 attempted sacrilege cses were reported. #Sacrilege #Punjab #NavjotSidhu

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Navjot Singh Sidhu caught on camera abusing during a press conference, Watch | Oneindia News [Video]

Navjot Singh Sidhu caught on camera abusing during a press conference, Watch | Oneindia News

Punjab Congress Chief Navjot Singh Sidhu was caught on camera saying an abusive word during a press conference in Chandigarh on Friday. Sidhu was answering a question on the distribution of labor cards by the state government. #NavjotSinghSidhu #SidhuAbuses #Congress

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Sidhu, Harbhajan picture 'loaded with possibilities' sets off speculation | Oneindia News [Video]

Sidhu, Harbhajan picture 'loaded with possibilities' sets off speculation | Oneindia News

Punjab PCC chief Navjot Singh Sidhu tweeted a picture today afternoon with veteran cricketer Harbhajan Singh setting off speculation that the latter is to join Congress soon. #Harbhajan #Bhajji #Sidhu

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Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu today protested outside the residene of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, bringing the fight in Punjab to the AAP convenor's doorstep in Delhi. Sidhu joined a dharna by guest teachers demanding regualrisation outside Kejriwal's residence. #NavjotSidhu #Kejriwal #GuestTeachers

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Navjot Singh Sidhu threatens to go on ‘Hunger Strike’ against Channi government | Oneindia News [Video]

Navjot Singh Sidhu threatens to go on ‘Hunger Strike’ against Channi government | Oneindia News

Punjab Congress Chief Navjot Singh Sidhu has threatened to go on ‘Hunger Strike’ against Charanjit Singh Channi government if the reports on drugs menace and the 2015 sacrilege of the Guru Granth Sahib were not made public. #NavjotSinghSidhu #PunjabCongress #CharanjitSinghChanni

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Afghanistan Afghanistan Country in Central and South Asia

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Taliban torture former Afghan army official in contrast to general amnesty | Watch | Oneindia News

In sharp contrast to the promise of general amnesty by the Taliban after they took control of Afghanistan, a video has emerged on social media showing a military officer of the former government, who was arrested, being tortured by two men. #Taliban #Afghanistan #GeneralAmnesty

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Afghan women protest against killing of former troops, call for rights

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The Afghan children's orchestra plays again

“Music is a powerful force for transforming lives. Music can teach children how to live in peace and harmony. They're responsible to get the necessary skills and knowledge to be able one day to help the country once again.”

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Afghan artists who fled Taliban paint mural to say 'Thank you, Albania!' [Video]

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Albania has sheltered some 2,400 Afghan evacuees in hotels or tourist resorts. Some 150 of them have already left for other countries.

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Biden Awards , Medal of Honor to 3 Soldiers, Who Served in Iraq and Afghanistan. On December 16, President Joe Biden awarded the Medal of Honor, the highest decoration in the U.S. military, to three Army soldiers. . On December 16, President Joe Biden awarded the Medal of Honor, the highest decoration in the U.S. military, to three Army soldiers. . CNN reports that two of the soldiers were awarded the medal posthumously. While serving in Iraq, Army Sergeant First Class Alwyn Cashe pulled several soldiers and an interpreter from a burning vehicle hit by an improvised explosive device. . In 2005, Cashe died as a result of his wounds. . Cashe became the seventh service member who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom to be awarded the Medal of Honor. He is also the first African American to receive the honor since the Vietnam War, which ended in 1975. . Army Sergeant First Class Christopher Celiz died from wounds he received while loading injured people into a medical evacuation helicopter. . CNN reports that while under enemy fire in Afghanistan in 2018, Celiz waved the helicopter off, telling them to leave without him. . Today, we add his name to the lead vanguard of American warriors who, generation after generation, served our nation, President Joe Biden, Medal of Honor Ceremony, via CNN. Today, we add his name to the lead vanguard of American warriors who, generation after generation, served our nation, President Joe Biden, Medal of Honor Ceremony, via CNN. Army Master Sergeant Earl D. Plumlee, the only living recipient, was awarded the Medal of Honor for his courageous actions in Afghanistan in 2013.

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COVID-19 COVID-19 Contagious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2

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Amid a COVID-19 surge, health officials closed coronavirus testing sites or reduced hours in the Seattle-area because of days of snow and freezing temperatures.

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Pakistan Pakistan Country in South Asia

Srinagar encounter: 3 terrorists killed | 3rd encounter in 36 hours | Oneindia News [Video]

Srinagar encounter: 3 terrorists killed | 3rd encounter in 36 hours | Oneindia News

3 terrorists killed on the outskirts of Srinagar. The slain JeM militants had attacked a police bus earlier this month. #Kashmir #Encounters #Pakistan

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Pakistan acquires 25 China-made fighter jets to counter India’s Rafale acquisition | Oneindia News [Video]

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Yesterday, Pakistan's Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said that Pakistan has acquired a full squadron of 25 Chinese multirole J-10C fighter jets in response to India's purchase of Rafale aircraft. #Pakistan #Rafale #ChinaMadeJets

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Six terrorists have been killed in two separate encounters in Anantnag and Kulgam districts of Jammu and Kashmir. Among the terrorists shot dead were 2 Pakistani nationals. #Kashmir #Encounters #Pakistan

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The police in Punjab who are investigating the Ludhiana court blast said that there are indications that the incident was linked to Khalistani and narco-terror elements operating for Pakistan. #Punjabpolice #Ludhianacourt #Pakistan

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One person died inside the bathroom of the Ludhiana district court when a powerful bomb explosion took place. Police are not denying a terror angle involved in the case, as the bordering state with Pakistan goes for elections next year. #Ludhiana #LudhianaCourtBlast #BombBlast

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