A set of new guidelines issued by the Delhi Police for the Republic Day Parade 2022 state that 'unvaccinated people, children below 15 years will not be allowed' to attend the event. "It is necessary to have both doses of anti-coronavirus vaccine. Visitors are requested to bring their vaccination certificate," the Delhi Police tweeted.
From January 3, vaccination of children in the age group of 15 to 18 years is going to start in the country. Along with this, from January 10, people above 60 years of age suffering from serious illness will also start receiving booster doses. There are many questions in the minds of parents regarding the vaccination of their children. In the special edition of 'Taal Thok Ke', you will get the answer to every question.
NTAGI chief has said that comorbid kids will be given the COVID-19 vaccine first NK Arora added that vaccinating adults will remain the top priority for the govt agencies DCGI had last week granted its approval to Zydus Cadila’s three-dose COVID-19 DNA vaccine for emergency use in adults and children
Millions will continue to need essential services, including health, lifesaving vaccination drives against polio and measles, drinking water, nutrition etc Fore has urged the Taliban and other parties to ensure that UNICEF and other humanitarian partners unfettered access to reach children in need wherever they are