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Is coronavirus a biological warfare agent released by China?

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afako

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In June SII would be making 100 million and BB 50 million doses.

In September, we will have 100 million (Covisheild), 110 million (Covaxin), 70 million (Biological E), 60 million (Sputnik V), 50 million (Novavax) capacity guaranteed. Zydus Cadilla, BB nasal spray vaccine, Johnson vaccine sponsored by Quad (1 Billion doses), Mrna Vaccine from Pune company all these are additional in pipeline.

We will have 390 million doses production capacity in next 4 months.
 

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Myths Vs. Facts on COVID19 mortality figures

States/UTs to record COVID-19 deaths as per ‘Guidance for appropriate recording of COVID-19 related deaths in India’ issued by ICMR

Union Health Ministry has regularly emphasized the need for a robust reporting mechanism for monitoring district wise cases and deaths on a daily basis


Posted On: 12 JUN 2021 3:10PM by PIB Delhi



It is noted that a renowned international magazine in its article has speculated that ‘India has suffered perhaps five-to-seven times “excess deaths” than the official number of COVID-19 fatalities’. It is a speculative article, which is without any basis and seems to be misinformed.


The unsound analysis of the said article is based on extrapolation of data without any epidemiological evidence.


Studies which are used by the magazine as an estimate of excess mortality are not validated tools for determining mortality rate of any country or region.


The so called “evidence” cited by the magazine is a study supposedly done by Christopher Laffler of Virginia Commonwealth University. An internet search of research studies in scientific database such Pubmed, Research Gate, etc., did not locate this study and the detailed methodology of this study has not been provided by the magazine.


Another evidence given is the study done in Telengana based on insurance claims. Again, there is no peer reviewed scientific data available on suchstudy.


Two other studies relied upon are those done by Psephology groups namely “Prashnam” and “C-Voter” who are well versed in conducting, predicting and analysing poll results. They were never ever associated with public health research. Even in their own area of work of psephology, their methodologies for predicting poll results have been wide off the mark many times.


By their own submission, the magazine states that ‘such estimates have been extrapolated from patchy and often unreliable local government data, from company records and from analyses of such things as obituaries’.


Union Government has been transparent in its approach to COVID data management. As early as May 2020, to avoid inconsistency in number of deaths being reported, Indian Council of Medical Research has issued ‘Guidance for appropriate recording of COVID-19 related deaths in India’ for correct recording of all deaths as per ICD-10 codes recommended by WHO for mortality coding. States and UTs have been urged through formal communications, multiple video conferences and through deployment of Central teams for correct recording of deaths in accordance with laid down guidelines.


Union Health Ministry has also regularly emphasized the need for a robust reporting mechanism for monitoring district wise cases and deaths on a daily basis. States consistently reporting lower number of daily deaths were told to re-check their data. A case in point is the Union Government writing to the State of Bihar to provide detailed date and district wise break-up of the reconciled number of deaths to Union Health Ministry.


It’s a well-known fact that there shall always be difference in mortality recorded during a profound and prolonged public health crisis such as COVID pandemic and well conducted research studies on excess mortalities, usually done after the event when data on mortalities are available from reliable sources. The methodologies for such studies are well established, the data sources are defined as also the valid assumptions for computing mortality.
 

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India crosses a major landmark with Cumulative Vaccine Coverage of 25 Cr

India also crosses the historic landmark of 20 crore first doses administered

More than 4.07 Cr beneficiaries of age group 18-44 Vaccinated, so far

More than 31 lakh Vaccine Doses administered today till 7 pm


Posted On: 12 JUN 2021 8:11PM by PIB Delhi



India achieved a significant milestone in its ongoing COVID-19 vaccination drive today. On 148th day of the drive, the cumulative COVID Vaccination Coverage crossed the 25 crore (25,28,78,702) mark, as per the 7 pm provisional report today. India has also crossed the historic landmark of 20 crore (20,46,01,176) first doses administration.





18,45,201 beneficiaries of the age group 18-44 years received their first dose and 1,12,633 beneficiaries of the same age group received their second dose of COVID vaccine today. Cumulatively, 4,00,31,646 persons across 37 States/UTs have received their first dose and total 6,74,499 have received their second dose since the start of Phase-3 of the vaccination drive. Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal have administered more than 10 lakh beneficiaries of the age group 18-44 years for the first dose of COVID vaccine.





The table below shows the cumulative vaccine doses administered to 18-44 years age group till now.




S.No.

State

1st Dose

2nd Dose

1

A & N Islands

14530

0

2

Andhra Pradesh

403836

1968

3

Arunachal Pradesh

72510

0

4

Assam

876685

10162

5

Bihar

2506893

501

6

Chandigarh

88220

0

7

Chhattisgarh

875598

9

8

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

65328

0

9

Daman & Diu

80428

0

10

Delhi

1355496

97242

11

Goa

95997

1618

12

Gujarat

3602832

59233

13

Haryana

1627335

12838

14

Himachal Pradesh

109533

0

15

Jammu & Kashmir

345633

23899

16

Jharkhand

987807

4608

17

Karnataka

2935409

10182

18

Kerala

1052424

941

19

Ladakh

58768

0

20

Lakshadweep

14840

0

21

Madhya Pradesh

4064056

80338

22

Maharashtra

2324478

174976

23

Manipur

86143

0

24

Meghalaya

60732

0

25

Mizoram

37880

0

26

Nagaland

79400

0

27

Odisha

1037970

71499

28

Puducherry

59984

0

29

Punjab

482789

1817

30

Rajasthan

3315518

1109

31

Sikkim

41869

0

32

Tamil Nadu

2209641

7950

33

Telangana

1582571

1493

34

Tripura

61700

2696

35

Uttar Pradesh

4384321

102645

36

Uttarakhand

490128

1259

37

West Bengal

2542364

5516



Total

4,00,31,646

6,74,499




The cumulative vaccination coverage of 25,28,78,702 vaccine doses is segregated based on population priority groups, as follows.








Cumulative Vaccine Dose Coverage



Healthcare workers

Frontline workers

People Aged 18-44 Years



People Aged ≥ 45 Years

People Aged ≥ 60 Years

Total

1st Dose

1,00,47,057

1,67,20,729

4,00,31,646

7,53,56,174

6,24,45,570

20,46,01,176

2nd Dose

69,62,262

88,37,805

6,74,499

1,19,35,606

1,98,67,354

4,82,77,526

Total

1,70,09,319

2,55,58,534

4,07,06,145

8,72,91,780

8,23,12,924

25,28,78,702




As on Day-148 of the vaccination drive (12th June, 2021), total 31,67,961 vaccine doses were given. 28,11,307 beneficiaries were vaccinated for 1st dose and 3,56,654 beneficiaries received 2nd dose of vaccine as per the provisional report till 7 P.M. Final reports would be completed for the day by late tonight.





Date: 12th June, 2021 (148th Day)



Healthcare workers

Frontline workers

People Aged 18-44 Years



People Aged ≥ 45 Years

People Aged ≥ 60 Years

Total

1st Dose

11,554

81,435

18,45,201

6,26,554

2,46,563

28,11,307

2nd Dose

12,707

23,770

1,12,633

1,00,477

1,07,067

3,56,654

Total

24,261

1,05,205

19,57,834

7,27,031

3,53,630

31,67,961




The vaccination exercise as a tool to protect the most vulnerable population groups in the country from COVID-19 continues to be regularly reviewed and monitored at the highest level.


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Two other studies relied upon are those done by Psephology groups namely “Prashnam” and “C-Voter” who are well versed in conducting, predicting and analysing poll results. They were never ever associated with public health research. Even in their own area of work of psephology, their methodologies for predicting poll results have been wide off the mark many times


The last line was savage.
 

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Chinese researchers find new batch of coronaviruses in bats, close to COVID-19: Report


china trying hard to downplay the bio weapon they manufactured in Wuhan lab and released it across the globe.
Well!! USA in 90 days will make their "findings" public which will suit the chinese.
cihnese are already creating a setting and atmosphere for the findings by biden's incompetent USA to safely land in the mind of the public.
 

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Chinese researchers find new batch of coronaviruses in bats, close to COVID-19: Report


china trying hard to downplay the bio weapon they manufactured in Wuhan lab and released it across the globe.
Well!! USA in 90 days will make their "findings" public which will suit the chinese.
cihnese are already creating a setting and atmosphere for the findings by biden's incompetent USA to safely land in the mind of the public.

Interesting details in here, how they discovered the similar virus in 2012 and experimented it, lab leak is gaining traction day by day.


 

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Govt launches 'Project O2 for India' to increase supply of medical oxygen


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As the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic subsides, the Centre has launched 'Project O2 for India' to step up production of medical oxygen to meet the potential increase in demand due to further waves of the pandemic.
'Project O2 for India', an initiative of the Office of Principal Scientific Adviser, Government of India (GoI), aims to help stakeholders working to augment the country's ability to meet the rise in demand for medical oxygen.
"The second wave of COVID-19 saw an increase in demand for medical oxygen in different parts of the country. While meeting the current demand, manufacturing medical oxygen also became important to ensure we have adequate supply in the future," the Office of Principal Scientific Adviser to GoI said in a statement.


 

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Well fellas,

Took my 2nd covaxin jab yesterday, 24 hours later... It, s hurting with fever, body ache and what not... Hoping it will subside by morning.

Still, I am glad.. 2 - 3 weeks more and I shud be able to beat this chinese virus...

Get vaccinated please. It's high time....
 

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Are you experincing any peculiar pain in your left leg calf muscles ? I had mild one after my 1st dose my colleague who had her 2nd dose had severe pain for two days on her right leg .



Well fellas,

Took my 2nd covaxin jab yesterday, 24 hours later... It, s hurting with fever, body ache and what not... Hoping it will subside by morning.

Still, I am glad.. 2 - 3 weeks more and I shud be able to beat this chinese virus...

Get vaccinated please. It's high time....
 

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Are you experincing any peculiar pain in your left leg calf muscles ? I had mild one after my 1st dose my colleague who had her 2nd dose had severe pain for two days on her right leg .
It's left feet... Right below the heel... As if I have needles in there... Calf muscles r stiff for sure... But pain is less now 3rd day.. May be crocin I took before sleep worked a bit....

Today again.. Feeling a bit nauseated.. But definitely better than yesterday...
 

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