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India committed to accessibility of vaccines for all: S&T Minister

India is working actively with the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), WHO, and the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator to realize this goal

India strongly rebuts excess mortality estimates by WHO

Validity and robustness of the models used and methodology of data collection by the World Health Organization are questionable, says Indian government

TB Alliance applauds WHO’s rapid communication on key changes to treatment...

New guidelines have potential to transform the TB treatment landscape with six-month standard

PM Modi to inaugurate WHO-Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in Gujarat...

Ministry of Ayush and WHO have signed host country agreement for WHO Global Centre of Traditional Medicine (GCTM)

USFDA declines EUA nod to Covaxin

Despite receiving emergency use listing from the World Health Organization, Covaxin has not been cleared for any age group in the United States

Zero-dose children in India: Experts discuss a global strategy to leave...

A new global strategy was co-developed by WHO, countries, and partners and endorsed by the World Health Assembly in May, last year. It aims to reach zero-dose children and bring them sustainably into the routine immunization system

Two years into the pandemic: BioAsia 2022 announces a stellar speaker...

The panel discussion will feature pioneers, innovators and leaders, the likes of Dr. Soumya Swaminathan (Chief Scientist, World Health Organization); Dr. Peter Piot (Director, EU Chief Scientific Advisor Epidemics), and Mr. Amitabh Kant (CEO, NITI Aayog) among others

WORLD NTD DAY 2022: 100 landmarks across world lit up to...

January 30, 2022 marked the third annual World NTD Day. The WHO has set a goal to eliminate at least one NTD in 100 countries by 2030

Roche announces no anticipated impact of Omicron variant on its tests

As new variant strains emerge, we are swiftly taking adequate steps to ensure that our tests perform as expected," mentioned its statement issued on January 6, 2022

People’s support critical for curtailing further spread of Omicron

As per Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director, WHO South-East Asia Region, people must contribute towards successful implementation of the various measures that countries have put in place at national and sub-national levels in view of the emergence of new variants and holiday and festive season