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Covid 19 Top 10 News Updates for Bangalore – 3 November 2021

  • State reports 239 new Covid cases, 5 deaths
    Karnataka, on Tuesday, reported 239 new cases of Covid-19 and five deaths, taking the total number of infections to 29,88,760 and toll to 38,089.
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  • 240 Covid-recovered persons, relatives found infected by tuberculosis in Karnataka
    As many as 240 persons who have recovered from Covid have tested positive for TB, reports Sunitha Rao R. As both Covid-19 and tuberculosis affect the lungs, TB testing of Covid-recovered persons and their family members began in Karnataka in August. They were all cases of pulmonary TB, the infection didn’t spread to other parts of the body and there were no deaths.
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  • Schools fully open in 22 States, U.T.s
    Schools have reopened for Classes 1 to 12 in 22 States and Union Territories, the Education Ministry said on Tuesday, adding that 12 States and UTs have opened schools for older children. The only States where schools are still completely closed are West Bengal and Manipur.
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  • 6 lakh Covaxin doses with pvt hospitals, shelf life extended
    In a major relief to thousands of private hospitals across the state with unused Covaxin vaccine stocks, pharma major Bharat Biotech has informed them that the shelf life of their Covid vaccine has been increased from the current six months to one year.
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  • 34k state kids out of school, 6k in BBMP limits
    Bengaluru, dhns: Bengaluru may be the IT capital of India but the report of a door-to-door survey to identify out-of-school children shows the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has the highest number of children who have no access to education.
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  • PM Modi to meet officials of over 40 districts with low vaccination coverage
    According to the statement, these districts are of states including Jharkhand, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, and others. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Wednesday hold a virtual meeting with senior officials of more than 40 districts across the country, where the Covid-19 vaccination coverage has been sluggish.
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  • Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Made in Hyderabad Cleared by Kasauli Lab, Over 1 Cr Doses Ready for Export
    American pharma giant Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine shots, manufactured in India by Hyderabad-based Biological E, are ready for export, News18.com learnt. Last week, six batches of more than 1 crore doses were cleared for their safety by the country’s apex laboratory, the Central Drugs Laboratory (CDL) in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.
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  • WHO panel likely to discuss emergency use of Covaxin today
    A World Health Organization technical committee is scheduled to meet on Wednesday for a closely watched decision on giving an emergency use listing (EUL) to Covaxin, which will amount to a recognition and help pave the way for people who have taken the dose to qualify for vaccine mandates in other countries.
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  • China battles new outbreak with sweeping measures
    The longest line at Shanghai’s Disney Resort this past weekend was not for one of its popular rides but for a COVID-19 test. More then 30,000 visitors on Sunday night had to take tests and wait for the results for several hours before being allowed to go home, after it emerged that one positive case had visited the resort.
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  • US gives final nod to Pfizer Covid-19 shots for kids aged 5 to 11
    Millions of shots made by Pfizer and its partner BioNTech have already been shipped to states, doctors’ offices and pharmacies, to be ready for CDC’s decision. U.S. health officials on Tuesday gave the final signoff to Pfizer’s kid-size Covid-19 shot, a major expansion of the nation’s vaccination campaign.
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