India and Canada discuss bilateral ties and cooperation on Covid-19 response

Indian foreign minister S Jaishankar Prasad and Canadian counterpart had a discussion emphasizing to enhance the existing trade ties amid the nations and boost the cooperation with respect to the Covid-19 pandemic as they were involved in a Track 1.5 dialogue co-hosted by think tanks. S Jaishankar, India’s external affairs minister, spoke at the virtual…

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ICMR’s advisory for plasma therapy for Covid-19 patients reveals indiscriminate usage not recommended

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) revealed on Wednesday an alarming update about treatment against Covid-19, stating that the indiscriminate usage of convalescent plasma therapy (CPT) for treating the Coronavirus disease was not recommended, though considering the present scenario of the country, with over 8.9 million cases. An open label phase – II multicentre…

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J&J commences in UK the two-dose trial of its potential Covid-19 vaccine candidate

Johnson and Johnson has commenced a recent late-stage trial in Britain on Monday for evaluating and assessing the testing of a two-dose regimen of its potential Covid-19 vaccine candidate in thousands of participating volunteers, as the U.S. based pharmaceutical company makes a move to launch the drug and conduct its trials in other countries as…

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