Union Health Ministry

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Aug 03, 2022
New Delhi: Amid rising cases of monkeypox in the country and World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring it a global public health emergency of international concern, the Union health ministry on...
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Jul 19, 2022
New Delhi: After a video of a woman giving birth right outside the paediatric ward of Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital went viral on Tuesday, the Union health ministry has sought a report in the matter.
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Jul 18, 2022
Kannur: Kerala on Monday reported a second case of monkeypox. A 31-year-old man who arrived on July 13, has tested positive for monkeypox, state Health Minister Veena George said. He landed at the...
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Apr 07, 2022
India's first case of Coronavirus variant XE, said to be highly transmissible than Omicron and Delta variants, was detected in Mumbai on Wednesday, the civic body BMC claimed.
COVID Vaccination Certificate Now Available Through WhatsApp - Sakshi Post
Aug 09, 2021
Vaccinated citizens can now get their COVID inoculation certificate on WhatsApp from now on.
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Jun 03, 2021
HYDERABAD: The Centre is slated to purchase  30 crore COVID vaccine doses from Hyderabad based firm.
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May 20, 2021
The Union health ministry which deferred vaccination for people who have contracted Covid-19 by three months from the date of their recovery, on Wednesday, has also recommended that Covid-19...
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Aug 04, 2020
HYDERABAD: Amid rising number of COVID-19 cases, the central government extended huge medical support to the Telangana Government, the Union Health Mini
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Aug 03, 2020
NEW DELHI: The Indian government has given an exemption to people flying into India from institutional quarantine from August 8, if they submit COVID-19 neg
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Jul 03, 2020
NEW DELHI: As a large number of people showing no symptoms being detected for COVID-19, the Union health ministry on Thursday revised the home isolation guidelines to include asymptomatic positive...
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Apr 19, 2020
The advisory read that even if a person is potentially exposed to the COVID-19 virus, spraying the external part of the body does not kill the virus that has entered the body.
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