() – Here is what you need to know about coronavirus right now.
Modi is getting a home-made vaccine
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday was vaccinated with the first dose of the highly developed coronavirus vaccine, launching an expansion of the country’s vaccination campaign, which began in mid-January with health workers.
People over 60 և over 45 և have certain medical conditions are now eligible for vaccinations. India, which has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world since the United States, has so far vaccinated more than 12 million primary care workers.
Blocking the Auckland coronavirus tests New Zealanders’ patience
The mayor of Auckland has urged residents to prioritize the COVID-19 vaccine after New Zealand’s largest city, New landland, was hit by a fourth outbreak over the weekend.
The seven-day blockade imposed by Prime Minister Jacques Asinda Ardern on a city of 2 million was due to the new COVID-19 case. The blockade led to the cancellation or postponement of several major sporting and cultural events, and caused chaos on the weekends with people trying to stay home for hours at city checkpoints.
AstraZeneca sells shares of Moderna for more than $ 1 billion – The Times
AstraZeneca Plc has sold its 7.7% stake in Moderna Inc. for more than $ 1 billion after the shares of the US biotechnology company went up as a result of the coronavirus vaccine promotion, reports The Times.
The introduction states that it is not clear in what period AstraZeneca sold its holding in Moderna.
The United States is looking to deliver J&J vaccines on Tuesday
Preliminary deliveries of the newly proven Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine are due to begin on Tuesday, senior Biden administration officials said on Sunday, saying they hoped to boost the backlog of minority vaccinations.
Dr. Anthony Fausi, the US Chief of Staff for Infectious Diseases, encouraged Americans to accept one of the three proven cadres.
(Compiled by Karishma Singh; Edited by Edwina Gibbs)