Coronavirus Vaccine Side Effects: Why do some people get side-effects and some don’t?

While side-effects can be experienced generally, it is common knowledge that no two bodies react the same way to the same vaccine. It can also happen that different vaccines showcase … Read More

Covishield Coronavirus Vaccine: With Covishield (AstraZeneca) banned in some countries, should we be worried about its safety?

Multiple countries have ordered a pause on the administration of the Oxford-Astrazeneca vaccine ever since adverse reactions, such as blood clotting incidents were reported. To date, while the vaccine remains … Read More

Coronavirus vaccine: What happens if you mix Covishield and Covaxin doses? Is it safe to mix vaccines? | The Times of India

Given the problem of acute shortage we are facing, would it be alright to take one dose of Covaxin and one dose of Covishield? Would vaccination still be effective? . … Read More

50 vials of Covishield vaccine stolen from Hyderabad hospital | Hyderabad News – Times of India

HYDERABAD: While lakhs of people are still eagerly waiting for their turn to get vaccinated, unknown persons stole 50 vials of Covishield vaccine from a hospital in Hyderabad’s upscale Kondapur … Read More

Monday vaccination drive called off in Mumbai due to cyclone warning | Mumbai News – Times of India

MUMBAI: Considering the warning about cyclone Tauktae, the civic body has cancelled the vaccination drive for Monday across all public centres. The BMC’s three-day walk-in only drive will now commence … Read More

Coronavirus vaccine: Covishield to be taken 12-16 weeks after the first dose, but how long can you wait? The science behind the revision explained

The current revisions have been done following several case studies and clinical data which showcased a heightened immune response when the second COVID-19 jab was taken many weeks after the … Read More

One-year vaccine interval fine but 4 weeks ideal: Virologist | Bengaluru News – Times of India

BENGALURU: The Centre’s advisory to states to extend the interval between the first and second doses of Covishield vaccine to 12-16 weeks from the earlier 6-8 weeks has left many … Read More

Karnataka: People asked not to visit vaccination centres before 12 weeks of Covishield jab | Bengaluru News – Times of India

In a press release, the vaccination mission director said the second dose of Covishield vaccine should be administered to eligible beneficiaries at 12 to 16 weeks interval after receiving first … Read More