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Rotavac 5D: Bharat Biotech's rotavirus vaccine receives WHO 'Prequalification'

The vaccine, a variant of the Rotavac vaccine, was rolled out in December 2019.
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Published on Aug 02, 2021 06:37 PM IST
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India encourages indigenous vaccine production, says PM Modi

We broke the inertia in the system of vaccine production in 2014, PM Modi said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the Vaishvik Bhartiya Vaigyanik (VAIBHAV) Summit through video conference in New Delhi.(PTI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the Vaishvik Bhartiya Vaigyanik (VAIBHAV) Summit through video conference in New Delhi.(PTI)
Updated on Oct 02, 2020 10:23 PM IST
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To prevent severe diarrhoea among kids, Rotavirus vaccination starts in Delhi

Three doses of five drops each will be given to children at ages 6 weeks, 10 weeks and 14 weeks to protect against rotavirus infection, which is one of the leading causes of diarrhoea.
Delhi will be the 24th state in India to include the rotavirus vaccine in the routine immunization programme.(AFP PHOTO.)
Delhi will be the 24th state in India to include the rotavirus vaccine in the routine immunization programme.(AFP PHOTO.)
Updated on Aug 06, 2019 09:49 PM IST
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Free vaccines for diarrhoea at Delhi government hospitals from today

The vaccine has been made be a part of the government’s routine immunisation programme that covers 360,000 babies born each year in Delhi.
Delhi government’s GTB hospital(HT File Photo)
Delhi government’s GTB hospital(HT File Photo)
Updated on Aug 07, 2019 10:57 AM IST
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Innovation could help India out of its health quagmire

Grand Challenges India is fostering innovations that will help people in India and around the world lead better lives.
Preparations for the Re-invent the Toilet Fair, New Delhi, 2014.(Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/PrashantPanjiar)
Preparations for the Re-invent the Toilet Fair, New Delhi, 2014.(Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/PrashantPanjiar)
Updated on Feb 07, 2019 07:41 AM IST
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Christopher Elias on Ayushman Bharat, universal health coverage and more

Christopher Elias, president of the Global Development Division, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, says that India is headed in the right direction to achieve universal health coverage.
Christopher Elias is president of the Global Development Division, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Christopher Elias is president of the Global Development Division, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Updated on Jan 20, 2019 12:22 PM IST
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Gender, income and geography bias remain in health delivery

The Pneumonia and Diarrhoea Progress Report 2018, which tracks efforts to being down deaths from the two preventable diseases that killed 1.36 million under-5 children – one in four under-5 child deaths globally – said 70% of the global deaths continue to occur in 15 countries, including India.
More children in India are getting immunised against vaccine-preventable illnesses than ever before, but progress remains mixed and a lot more needs to be done to prevent illnesses among poor and marginalised children in both urban and rural areas, according to a new report.(AFP/Representative Image)
More children in India are getting immunised against vaccine-preventable illnesses than ever before, but progress remains mixed and a lot more needs to be done to prevent illnesses among poor and marginalised children in both urban and rural areas, according to a new report.(AFP/Representative Image)
Published on Nov 11, 2018 04:04 PM IST
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India can lead the way to deliver health for all

Digital identity technologies, like the Aadhaar biometric system, have to potential to change the lives of tens of thousands of children under the healthcare radar, by improving their access to immunisation
Thanks to the political commitment to immunisation with initiatives like Mission Indradhanush and support from my organisation, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, immunisation coverage in India has been steadily increasing(Reuters)
Thanks to the political commitment to immunisation with initiatives like Mission Indradhanush and support from my organisation, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, immunisation coverage in India has been steadily increasing(Reuters)
Published on Apr 20, 2018 12:43 PM IST
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