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4 million Moderna vaccines to arrive by Tuesday

Jan 23, 2022
The government has said that 4 million Moderna vaccines will arrive by Tuesday.

Indonesia approves five COVID-19 vaccines for booster shots

Jan 10, 2022
Indonesian authorities on Monday granted emergency authorization for the use of five different COVID-19 vaccines as booster shots.

India starts booster shots amid omicron surge

Jan 10, 2022
Healthcare and front-line workers along with people above age 60 with health problems lined up Monday at vaccination centers.

Jumla students vaccinated during tuition

Dec 29, 2021
After schools closed due to extreme cold, problems in vaccinating the children came up, but a solution has been found.

Two-third of the population vaccinated

Dec 26, 2021
Nepal has so far vaccinated 21.2 million people against COVID.

Children's vaccination uncertain in Kathmandu and 7 districts

Dec 24, 2021
The Pfizer vaccination campaign targeting children in eight districts, including the Kathmandu Valley, has become uncertain.

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

Dec 23, 2021
Yes, US regulators authorized Pfizer’s vaccine for younger children after millions of 12- to 17-year-olds.

Important to get vaccinated amid Omicron: Minister Khatiwada

Dec 22, 2021
Health and Population Minister Birodh Khatiwada says the government is working to control the spread of coronavirus.

2022 must be year to end COVID-19: WHO

Dec 21, 2021
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday called on the world to pull together to end the COVID-19 pandemic within the next year.

Moderna booster vaccines appear effective against Omicron

Dec 21, 2021
American biotechnology company Moderna announced Monday that preliminary data suggests its COVID-19 booster shot appears to increase antibody levels against the Omicron coronavirus variant.

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