RAM MANOHAR LOHIA
Question Hour, Zero Hour to be restored in Budget session: LS Speaker
The government is looking forward to get the Data Protection Bill and other important legislation passed.
India starts vaccinating: No hospitalisation reported, major problems were delay in uploading beneficiary lists
Serum Institute of India’s Co...
Over 1.91 lakh people vaccinated on Day 1; no case of post-vaccination hospitalisation reported: Health Ministry
Thousands of healthcare and ...
Resident doctors in RML Hospital want Covishield, express 'apprehension' about Covaxin
"The residents are a bit apprehensive about the lack of complete trial in case of Covaxin and might not participate in huge numbers thus defeating the purpose of vaccination. We request you to vaccinate us with Covishield which has completed all stages of trial before its roll-out," the letter stated.
Coronavirus vaccine: A sense of relief, opportunity to dispel doubts
As soon as Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolle out the vaccination drive, SGPGI Director Dr R K Dhiman, Ram Manohar Lohia Institute Director Dr A K Singh and Kannauj Medical College Principal Navneet Kumar were among the first few to get themselves vaccinated.
Israel, India conducting trials for 4 technologies with potential to detect COVID in about 30 secs
Israeli Ambassador to India Ron Malka on Friday visited the special testing site created at the Dr Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital to witness the ongoing trials being conducted since the last three days for rapid COVID-19 testing, the Israeli release on his visit said.
No reason to hide anything: Delhi health minister over 'under-reporting' of COVID-19 deaths
Confusion prevailed over the number of COVID-19 deaths in Delhi, with data from four hospitals showing that 92 people succumbed to the infection as against 68 reported by the government.
ITDC to provide up to 2000 free meals for health professionals in Delhi
Tourism minister Prahlad Singh Patel said ITDC in a humble move will provide upto 2000 meals per day to the healthcare professionals and other needy people as part of its CSR activity. "Everything we do today combats the massive challenge that we are facing as a nation and as a world.”
Set up dedicated wings for Covid-19 patients: Centre to private hospitals
Private hospitals have been asked to prepare an isolated area for sample collection. Out patients department, which would designated as a fever clinic or cough and cold clinic, would start this week.
Cremation of coronavirus victim a challenge too
The management of Nigambodh Ghat crematorium was reluctant to allow cremation of the body until municipal health officials arrived. The family of the 68-year-old from Janakpuri, however, had to wait for several hours before the body could be consigned to the flames in the CNG facility there.
Woman who tested positive for coronavirus dies in Delhi: Health Ministry
India reported its second casualty with the health ministry saying a 68-year-old woman died in Delhi.
How the Delhi coronavirus case was detected, and what happened thereafter
The first case of coronavirus in Delhi surfaced this week in a man who flew in from Budapest. He was not checked for the virus on arrival as he did not show any symptoms.
Coronavirus: 324 Indians evacuated from Wuhan, admitted to ITBP, Army facilities
As many as 324 Indians, evacuated from China's Wuhan city reached New Delhi and were admitted at the two quarantine facilities set up by the Army and the ITBP. None of them have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, officials said. Another flight of the airline, which departed for the Chinese city to bring back Indian nationals, reached Wuhan.
Coronavirus: 324 Indians evacuated from Wuhan in Air India plane, another flight to leave Delhi
Air India's jumbo B747 plane, evacuating 324 Indian nationals from the novel coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China, landed here on Saturday morning, officials said. The plane reached Delhi around 7.30 am, they said. There were five doctors from Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital and one paramedical staff on board, said an Air India spokesperson.
Another flight to evacuate Indians from coronavirus-hit Wuhan to leave Delhi on Saturday: Air India
The first flight - which evacuated 324 passengers from Wuhan - had a team of five doctors from Ram Manohar Lohia hospital, one paramedical staff, five cockpit crew members, and 15 cabin crew members.