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There is no evidence that drinking alcohol after a Covid-19 vaccine interferes with how it works, a UK regulator has said.

No evidence drinking alcohol interferes with Covid vaccines, regulator says | Wigan Today

There is no evidence that drinking alcohol after a Covid-19 vaccine interferes with how it works, a UK regulator has said.There is no evidence that drinking alcohol after a Covid-19 vaccine interferes with how it works, a UK regulator has said.

Coronavirus latest news: No evidence drinking alcohol interferes with Covid vaccines, regulator says

If vaccine remains available after catering to the second dose beneficiaries, it should be used for the first dose of left out frontline workers and healthcare workers, a statement from the state government said.If vaccine remains available after catering to the second dose beneficiaries, it should be used for the first dose of left out frontline workers and healthcare workers, a statement from the state government said.

Odisha govt prioritises beneficiaries awaiting 2nd dose of Covid-19 vaccine | Hindustan Times

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Total number of Covid-19 vaccine doses given in India crosses 15.89 crore | India News - Times of India

Everyone over the age of 16 in South Carolinians is currently eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine.Everyone over the age of 16 in South Carolinians is currently eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

SC reports 398 new COVID-19 cases, 4 deaths Monday

Amid a shortage of vaccines in Odisha, the State government on Monday put persons eligible for 2nd dose of Covishield vaccine on a priority list.Amid a shortage of vaccines in Odisha, the State government on Monday put persons eligible for 2nd dose of Covishield vaccine on a priority list.

Odisha Prioritises Vaccination Of Citizens Eligible For 2nd Dose | OTV News

People are uprooting their lives to go to cities with fewer COVID-19 laws and rules surrounding vaccinations, and South Carolina is a popular destination.People are uprooting their lives to go to cities with fewer COVID-19 laws and rules surrounding vaccinations, and South Carolina is a popular destination.

Some looking to move to SC out of fear of forced vaccinations

Read more about Vaccine shortage: Odisha govt prioritises beneficiaries awaiting second jab on Business Standard. Amid the shortage of Covid-19 vaccines, the Odisha government will prioritise beneficiaries who are waiting to take their second dose and has asked district authorities to plan sessions accordinglyAmid the shortage of Covid-19 vaccines, the Odisha government will prioritise beneficiaries who are waiting to take their second dose and has asked district authorities to plan sessions accordingly

Vaccine shortage: Odisha govt prioritises beneficiaries awaiting second jab | Business Standard News

Contra Costa County is taking unique steps to encourage more people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.Contra Costa County is taking unique steps to encourage more people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Ambassadors Urge Contra Costa County Residents to Get Vaccinated – NBC Bay Area

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported just under 400 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state Monday.The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported just under 400 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state Monday.

SC reports nearly 400 new COVID-19 cases

St. Vincent dePaul pairs up with Mercury Pharmacy to host vaccine clinic

East Bay nonprofit hosts free walk-up COVID-19 vaccines Thursday – The Mercury News

Health Ministry said beneficiaries of priority group of Healthcare Workers, Frontline Workers, and above 45 who have taken first dose at private centre on and before April 30 will be eligible to receive second dose at government centres free of cost.Health Ministry said beneficiaries of priority group of Healthcare Workers, Frontline Workers, and above 45 who have taken first dose at private centre on and before April 30 will be eligible to receive second dose at government centres free of cost.

Free 2nd Dose At Government Centres For Those Vaccinated Before April 30

The total vaccinations across the country rose to over 15.66 crore.The total vaccinations across the country rose to over 15.66 crore.

Over 80,000 People In 18-44 Age Group Vaccinated On May 1: Centre

Registration for the newly eligible age group commenced on April 28.Registration for the newly eligible age group commenced on April 28.

Covid-19: 84,599 people of 18-44 age group inoculated on 1st day of Phase 3 vaccination

The Health Ministry said 84,599 beneficiaries in the 18-44 age group received their first dose of coronavirus vaccine in the country on Saturday.The Health Ministry said 84,599 beneficiaries in the 18-44 age group received their first dose of coronavirus vaccine in the country on Saturday.

Over 80K people in 18-44 age group vaccinated against COVID on May 1: Union Health Ministry

New Delhi [India], May 2 (ANI): The Union Health Ministry on Sunday said that beneficiaries falling into the priority group of Healthcare Workers (HCWs), Frontline Workers (FLWs), and a person aged above 45 years who have taken their first dose at a private COVID vaccination center (CVCs) on and before April 30 will be eligible to receive their second dose at government CVCs free of cost.New Delhi [India], May 2 (ANI): The Union Health Ministry on Sunday said that beneficiaries falling into the priority group of Healthcare Workers (HCWs), Frontline Workers (FLWs), and a person aged above 45 years who have taken their first dose at a private COVID vaccination center (CVCs) on and before April 30 will be eligible to receive their second dose at government CVCs free of cost.

Health Ministry announces 2nd vaccine dose free of cost for beneficiaries who took first dose before April 30

On the first day of the third phase of India's Covid-19 vaccination drive, almost 85,000 beneficiaries in the age group of 18 to 44 years received their first dose of the vaccine.On the first day of the third phase of India's Covid-19 vaccination drive, almost 85,000 beneficiaries in the age group of 18 to 44 years received their first dose of the vaccine.

Nearly 85,000 people in 18-44 age group received first dose of Covid vaccine on May 1 - Coronavirus Outbreak News

A total of 16,48,192 vaccine doses were given till 8 p.m. on Saturday, the 106th day of the inoculation drive, the ministry said.A total of 16,48,192 vaccine doses were given till 8 p.m. on Saturday, the 106th day of the inoculation drive, the ministry said.

Coronavirus | Over 80,000 people in 18-44 age group vaccinated on May 1: Centre - The Hindu

Second dose of COVID-19 vaccine free for those who took first jab before April 30: Centre - The Union Health Ministry on Sunday said that beneficiaries falling into the priority group of Healthcare Workers (HCWs), Frontline Workers (FLWs), and a person aged above 45 years who have taken their first dose at a private COVID vaccination centre (CVCs) on and before April 30 will be eligible to receive their second dose at government CVCs free of cost.Second dose of COVID-19 vaccine free for those who took first jab before April 30: Centre - The Union Health Ministry on Sunday said that beneficiaries falling into the priority group of Healthcare Workers (HCWs), Frontline Workers (FLWs), and a person aged above 45 years who have taken their first dose at a private COVID vaccination centre (CVCs) on and before April 30 will be eligible to receive their second dose at government CVCs free of cost.

Second dose of COVID-19 vaccine free for those who took first jab before April 30: Centre

The beneficiaries of the priority group can also avail their second doses in private CVCs on a payment basis.The beneficiaries of the priority group can also avail their second doses in private CVCs on a payment basis.

COVID-19: Second vaccine dose free for those who got first before April 30 | India News | Zee News

The Health Ministry said 84,599 beneficiaries in the 18-44 age group received their first dose of coronavirus vaccine in the country on Saturday.A total of 16,48,192 vaccine doses were given till 8 pm on Saturday, the 106th day of the inoculation drive, the ministry said.The Health Ministry said 84,599 beneficiaries in the 18-44 age group received their first dose of coronavirus vaccine in the country on Saturday.A total of 16,48,192 vaccine doses were given till 8 pm on Saturday, the 106th day of the inoculation drive, the ministry said.

84,599 beneficiaries in 18-44 age get first dose of vaccination - Oneindia News