As per the instructions of the central government, a four-day vaccination session will be organized next week, added DGIPR, clarifying that there was no plan of temporary cancellation of vaccination session till January 18 in the state. The official Twitter handle of the State Health Information and Communication Bureau also took to Twitter to clarify. "No covid vaccination sessions were planned on Sunday 17th or Monday 18th January. So the question of cancellation does not arise. Covid Vaccination sessions will be organized in the next week as per GOI guidelines." On the first day of the drive, as much as 65 per cent of healthcare workers who were scheduled to receive COVID-19 vaccine jab on the first day were inoculated in Maharashtra. Of the 4,000 healthcare workers scheduled for vaccination at nine centres in Mumbai city, only 1,926 were administered the jab. READ MORE HERE Photos: Meet Mumbai frontline workers who got the vaccine on Day 116 … [Read more...] about BMC says vaccination drive suspended for 2 days; state health department disagrees
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Not long ago, government in a bid to ameliorate the pains of high electricity costs decided to provide free metres to her people. Populist policy no doubt! But notwithstanding that the concessioners were fully briefed on this, they coerced people to pay for the metres. Their reaction to a government clarification which insisted that the metres must be free was to promise refunds in kind rather than by cash- an arrangement that is clearly subject to extortion. … [Read more...] about Public criticisms: Govt needs change of style
Singh et al. note that e-cigarettes are attractive to young people who would not otherwise smoke cigarettes. Indeed, while many adults use e-cigarettes as a substitute for conventional cigarettes, they observe that fewer than 8 percent of young people use them for this reason. Instead, citing a 2017 survey of youth and young adults, they note that reasons commonly cited for using e-cigarettes include curiosity, convenience, and social bonding. In addition, continued e-cigarette use was motivated partially by taste—with young people expressing a preference for flavors mimicking fruit or dessert. … [Read more...] about Is Vaping Cool? What People Really Think
Allaying concerns of people over vaccines, Dr. Sriramulu said he was fine and that he did not have any side effects. He had taken the shot along with 17 other doctors at the GGH in the presence of District Collector Pola Bhaskar as a confidence building measure among other workers. … [Read more...] about Slow start to vaccination programme in South Coastal A.P.