Such a case of corona has come out from Dhanbad in Jharkhand which has shaken the entire city. Six people of a family have died here so far from Corona. The dead include five youths. While the condition of the seventh member is said to be critical.
It is being told that the infection also spread to the sons of the corona afflicted mother’s shoulder. After the death of the mother, 5 sons have died one by one. The condition of the sixth son remains critical.
An elderly woman in this family went to the wedding ceremony of her relative. When the corona is spread across the country and the government has refused to go to the crowded place, such an elderly woman went to her relative’s wedding ceremony.
When she returned from there, it was revealed that she had developed a corona. After this, the elderly woman was admitted to the hospital by her sons where she died.
It is being told that while cornered the corpse of the elderly mother, her son also fell in the grip of the corona and five sons died one by one from the corona while the condition of the sixth remains critical.
It is being told that this is probably the first case of its kind in India, out of which corona virus infection has killed 6 people of the same family and also worsened the health of other family members.
From today India to export COVID-19 vaccines to these countries.
The Ministry of External Affairs said India will supply COVID-19 vaccines to partner countries over the coming weeks and months in a phased manner keeping in view the domestic requirements.
India, one of the world’s leading drug makers, will start exporting vaccines for the novel coronavirus from today. The country will provide supplies of Covid-19 vaccines to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Seychelles under grant assistance. Shipments will be sent to Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Mauritius as well on receipt of necessary regulatory clearances.
In a tweet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India is deeply honored to be a “long-trusted” partner in meeting the healthcare needs of the global community and that supplies of the vaccines to several countries will commence on Wednesday, and more will follow in the days ahead.
“In response to these requests, and in keeping with India’s stated commitment to using India’s vaccine production and delivery capacity to help all of the humanity fight the COVID pandemic, supplies under grant assistance to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Seychelles will begin from January 20,” it said.
The Bangladesh foreign ministry said it expected to receive a gift of two million doses on Thursday. The country of 160 million, which has yet to start its vaccination programme, has ordered a further 30 million doses, officials said.
The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is widely viewed as their best option because the other two, manufactured by Pfizer/BioNTech and by Moderna, need to be stored at very low temperatures. WHO emergency authorization for the Astra-Oxford vaccine would additionally allow SII to begin supplying it to the WHO-backed COVAX initiative aimed at fairly distributing COVID-19 shots across the world.
India has already rolled out a massive coronavirus vaccination drive under which two vaccines, Covishield and Covaxin, are being administered to frontline health workers across the country. While Oxford-AstraZeneca’s Covishield is being manufactured by the Serum Institute, Covaxin is being produced by Bharat Biotech.
“In an ongoing effort, India will continue to supply countries all over the world with vaccines. This will be calibrated against domestic requirements and international demand and obligations, including under GAVI’s Covax facility to developing countries,” the MEA added. GAVI is a global vaccine alliance.