BMC to open 227 new vaccination centers ahead of third vaccination phase
The BMC shall be opening 227 new MCMG centers in each municipal ward which will be opened in each municipal ward for all citizens in 18 years plus age category. Currently, there are 63 MCGM/ government vaccination centers in the municipal limits for the age category of 45 years and above.
Pune: SII reduce price of vaccine to states from Rs.400 to Rs.300 per dose, effective immediately
As a philanthropic gesture on behalf of Serum Institute of India, I hereby reduce the price to the states from Rs.400 to Rs.300 per dose, effective immediately: Adar Poonawalla
Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari has called for drafting retired medical professionals from the armed forces in the management of COVID in the state. He was addressing a meeting of Principal Secretary of Genera Administration Dept&officers of Directorate of Sainik Welfare Board. (ANI)
Maharashtra: A 105-year-old man and his 95-year-old wife beat COVID-19
“The elderly couple was hospitalised for 10 days in Vilasrao Deshmukh Institute of Medical Sciences in Latur. They were put on oxygen support and also given doses of the antiviral," says Doctor.
Railway mobilises 22 Additional Covid care coaches for use in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. At present 191 coaches have been handed over to various states for Covid care with a bed capacity of 2990 beds: Ministry of Railways.
Panvel: Police saves murder accused trying to commit suicide
A 40-year-old man, who accused of murdering his wife, tried to commit suicide from the 15th floor of a COVID care centre building in Panvel on Wednesday morning. Police and the fire brigade convinced and saved him.
'Demand of Sonia Gandhi accepted by MVA govt': Congress reacts to Maharashtra govt's free vaccination announcement
MSC Bank: State says ex-MLA’s plea for change of court has ‘no locus standi’, filed to ‘sensationalize’
Nearly 1,000 COVID-19 deaths in single day, highest since onset of pandemic; 63,309 new cases in Maharashtra
PIL filed in Bombay HC against mismanagement of Covid-19 situation in city
A PIL has been filed in the Bombay High Court highlighting the chaotic situation in and around Mumbai owing to the alleged mismanagement by the authorities in handling the second wave of Covid19 virus.