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Apollo To Administer Free Vaccine To Children With 'Specified Co-Morbidities'

Private healthcare company Apollo, stated on October 25 that it will administer free COVID-19 vaccines to children with "specified co-morbidities," despite the fact that the Centre has yet to approve it. Covid vaccine ZyCoV-D developed by Zydus Cadila has obtained Emergency Use Authorization from Drugs Controller General of India and will be given to those aged 12 and upwards. Reportedly, Apollo anticipates receiving authorization to… read-more

Tue, 26 Oct 2021 - 10:31 AM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: children, vaccine, Covid-19, Apollo

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Google Aids To Set Up 80 Oxygen Plants And Upskill Health Workers Worth Rs 133 Crore

Google on June 17 has announced a grant of Rs 133 crores to procure and install 80 oxygen generation plants and upskilling of healthcare workers through various organizations in India. For the oxygen needs in the rural areas, Google will issue grants worth Rs 90 crore to GiveIndia and about Rs 18.5 crore to PATH. Apollo Medskill will also receive aid to train 20,000 frontline health workers specialized in COVID-19.

Thu, 17 Jun 2021 - 06:49 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: Google, GiveIndia, Apollo, healthcare workers

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Rajinikanth Hospitalised After Suffering BP Fluctuations

Suffering severe blood pressure fluctuations, actor turned politician Rajinikanth has been admitted at Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad on December 25. However, he does not have any Covid-19 symptoms and is 'haemodynamically' stable. He has been shooting for his upcoming movie 'Annatthe' for the past 10 days and was under self-isolation after a few crew members tested positive. Reportedly, he will be under… read-more

Fri, 25 Dec 2020 - 06:00 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: Rajinikanth, Entertainment, Apollo, Hyderabad

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Vedanta purposing to acquire BPCL.

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Vedanta Group Aims To Raise $8 Bn Fund To Acquire Stake In BPCL

London-based natural resource company Vedanta group is planning to raise $8 billion to acquire Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. Moreover, it has also approached JP Morgan to seal the deal. Earlier in November, the group had vowed to buy the government 53% stake in BPCL. By divesting the assets of BPCL, the government expects to raise nearly Rs 45,000 crore, which will be utilized to revamp the Covid-19 stricken economy.

Wed, 16 Dec 2020 - 01:35 PM / by Rashi Jain

Tags: Bharat Petroleum, Vedanta, Apollo, Government, Assets, Covid-19

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