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68% of Indians have Covid-19 antibodies, 1/3rd vulnerable | India News

NEW DELHI: At least one-third of Indians are still vulnerable to Covid-19 infection, health officials have said, while sharing the findings of the fourth national sero survey, which shows 67.6% of the general population have antibodies against the SARS-CoV2 virus. While the high sero-positivity gives rise to hope that a majority of people have developed …

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’40 crore Indians still vulnerable to Covid’: Details of ICMR’s 4th sero survey | India News

NEW DELHI: The Centre on Tuesday announced the findings of the fourth seroprevalence study conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). According to the survey, which also included kids over the age of 6, nearly one-third of the country’s population is still vulnerable to Covid-19 infection. Here’s what the ICMR sero survey found:* …

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Indians offload gold heirlooms as coronavirus deepens financial pain

Paul Fernandes, a 50-year-old waiter in India, last year took out a loan using his gold as collateral to pay for his children’s education after losing his job on a cruise liner. This year, he is selling his gold jewelry to meet expenses, after failed attempts at starting a home business and finding another job. …

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EU green pass: Which European countries can Indians travel to amid Covid pandemic? | India News

NEW DELHI: As many as 16 European countries are yet to recognise India’s Covishield for inclusion in the EU green pass, which allows entry to travelers amid the Covid pandemic. This, even as India has already asked EU member countries to individually consider allowing Indians who have taken Covishield and Covaxin vaccines and want to …

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RSS chief’s remarks on DNA of all Indians not gone down well: Mayawati | India News

LUCKNOW: Reacting to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s remarks that the DNA of all Indians is the same, BSP supremo Mayawati on Monday said it did not get down well as there is difference in what the Sangh Parivar, BJP and the government says as compared to their actions. “RSS chief Bhagwat’s remarks that the DNA …

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All Indians share the same DNA, cannot be differentiated on basis of worship, says RSS chief

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, addressing a programme organised by the Muslim Rashtriya Manch, mentored by RSS associate Indiresh Kumar, asked the Muslim community in India not to get trapped in a cycle of fear that Islam was in danger in India and asserted that those who indulged in lynching were against Hindutva. The function was …

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Give vax parity to Indians with Europeans: MEA | India News

NEW DELHI: India said on Friday it expects Indians vaccinated in India to be treated on a par with Europeans who have been vaccinated in Europe. This came as the Netherlands became the 10th European country to approve Covishield vaccine for entry into the country. The Indian government has written to all 27 EU countries …

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‘Thank doctors on behalf of 130 cr Indians’: PM Modi in Doctors’ Day speech | India News

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday thanked India’s doctors for saving lakhs of lives during the Covid pandemic. In his televised address on National Doctors’ day, the Prime Minister said “Service rendered by doctors in last one and a half years is exemplary; I thank them on behalf of 130 crore Indians.” He …

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Indians say free to practise any faith | India News

WASHINGTON: Indians generally feel they live in a society where followers of many religions can live and practice freely, according to the latest survey of the US-based think-tank Pew. Based on the face-to-face interviews of adults conducted in 17 languages between late 2019 and early 2020 (before the Covid-19 pandemic), the Pew survey on 30,000 …

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