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"They were using saline water and injecting it," said Vishal Thakur, a senior official of the Mumbai police department, according to CNN. About 2,500 people received fake vaccines at 12 sites outside Mumba."They were using saline water and injecting it," said Vishal Thakur, a senior official of the Mumbai police department, according to CNN. About 2,500 people received fake vaccines at 12 sites outside...

Thousands in India given fake COVID-19 vaccines in sick scam

Tigers Ginger and Molly were the first two animals at the Oakland Zoo to get the vaccine this week, according to a report published Saturday. Tigers Ginger and Molly were the first two animals at the Oakland Zoo to get the vaccine this week, according to a report published Saturday.

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Big cats, ferrets, apes and bears are benefiting from a gift of 11,000 doses, but vaccines for pets are not recommended.Big cats, ferrets, apes and bears are benefiting from a gift of 11,000 doses, but vaccines for pets are not recommended.

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Two tigers named Ginger and Molly were the first animals to receive the experimental vaccine at the zoo.Two tigers named Ginger and Molly were the first animals to receive the experimental vaccine at the zoo.

Tigers, bears and mountain lions get COVID-19 vaccine at Oakland Zoo

A San Francisco Bay Area zoo is inoculating its big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus as part of a national effort to protect animal species using an experimental vaccine.A San Francisco Bay Area zoo is inoculating its big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus as part of a national effort to protect animal species using an experimental vaccine.

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A choice of a free ice cream, or cup of coffee or tea was offered to those who received a vaccine at the SSE Arena in Belfast on Monday.A choice of a free ice cream, or cup of coffee or tea was offered to those who received a vaccine at the SSE Arena in Belfast on Monday.

‘Get the jab, grab a poke’: Belfast's latest Covid vaccine initiative commended

There's strong evidence to support that SARS-CoV-2 — the pathogen which causes COVID-19 — has a zoonotic source, meaning it's naturally transmissible from vertebrate animals to humans. And this is exactly why animals at the Oakland Zoo have begun getting inoculated against the disease it causes.

More Animals at Oakland Zoo Have Started Receiving Modified COVID-19 Vaccines

Ivory Coast began sending mobile clinics on Monday to markets and other busy areas in its main city Abidjan in an effort to turbocharge the vaccination campaign against COVID-19.Ivory Coast began sending mobile clinics on Monday to markets and other busy areas in its main city Abidjan in an effort to turbocharge the vaccination campaign against COVID-19.

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Sonal Kumta, Senior Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Fortis Hospital Mulund, and Manjiri Mehta, Consultant Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, Hiranandani Hospital Vashi, share a few things that pregnant women must know about vaccination. - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.comSonal Kumta, Senior Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Fortis Hospital Mulund, and Manjiri Mehta, Consultant Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, Hiranandani Hospital Vashi, share a few things that pregnant women must know about vaccination. - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com

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Read more about In the US, big cats, bears, ferrets get experimental Covid-19 vaccine on Business Standard. The zoo animals are benefiting from a gift of 11,000 doses, but vaccines for pets are not recommendedThe zoo animals are benefiting from a gift of 11,000 doses, but vaccines for pets are not recommended

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A zoo in California has administered a new type of inoculation aimed at preventing coronavirus in animal species. Meanwhile, the 7-day incidence in Germany went up for the first time in weeks. Follow DW for more.A zoo in California has administered a new type of inoculation aimed at preventing coronavirus in animal species. Meanwhile, the 7-day incidence in Germany went up for the first time in weeks. Follow DW for more.

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The Californian zoo says it wants to "reduce the risk of COVID-19" among the animals.The Californian zoo says it wants to "reduce the risk of COVID-19" among the animals.

Oakland Zoo vaccinating animals against COVID - Axios

The Oakland Zoo has begun a vaccination program to inoculate their highest risk animals from COVID-19 with an experimental vaccine that has been authorized by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The Oakland Zoo received their first shipment of the experimental vaccine developed by veterinary pharmaceutical company Zoetis and began to give doses to their tigers, black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions and ferrets, who were the first animals to receive the vaccine, according to a statement from the Oakland Zoo.The Oakland Zoo has begun a vaccination program to inoculate their highest risk animals from COVID-19 with an experimental vaccine that has been authorized by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The Oakland Zoo received their first shipment of the experimental vaccine developed by veterinary pharmaceutical company Zoetis and began to give doses to their tigers, black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions and ferrets, who were the first animals to receive the vaccine, according to a statement from the Oakland Zoo.

Oakland Zoo begins experimental COVID-19 vaccine program on its wildlife

Animals at the Oakland Zoo received doses of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine after receiving a shipment earlier this week.Some of the zoo's highest risk animals received their first does of the vaccine.

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Tigers, bears, mountain lions receive COVID-19 vaccine at Oakland Zoo

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India News: The Centre has approved Covid vaccinations for pregnant women. The health ministry said on Friday that the decision based on recommendations of NatioIndia News: The Centre has approved Covid vaccinations for pregnant women. The health ministry said on Friday that the decision based on recommendations of Natio

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Animal health company Zoetis Inc said on Friday it had donated over 11,000 doses of its experimental Covid-19 vaccine to nearly 70 zoos across the Uni...Animal health company Zoetis Inc said on Friday it had donated over 11,000 doses of its experimental Covid-19 vaccine to nearly 70 zoos across the Uni...

Zoetis donates animal Covid-19 vaccine candidate to about 70 U.S. zoos

Lions, tigers, bears and ferrets were some of the first to receive the vaccine. Pigs, primates and bats are up next.

Kalamazoo researchers help develop COVID-19 vaccine donated for zoo animals across the country - mlive.com

The Oakland Zoo became the first zoo to inoculate some of its large cats and bears...The Oakland Zoo became the first zoo to inoculate some of its large cats and bears...

Oakland Zoo delivers COVID-19 shots to lions, tigers, bears - and ferrets

The Union Health Ministry accepted the recommendation of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (NTAGI) to allow pregnant women to make an “informed choice” on taking the vaccine.The Union Health Ministry accepted the recommendation of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (NTAGI) to allow pregnant women to make an “informed choice” on taking the vaccine.

Covid-19 vaccine allowed during pregnancy: women may make ‘informed choice’ | India News,The Indian Express

Centre said that COVID-19 vaccine may be given to pregnant women if no contraindications existCentre said that COVID-19 vaccine may be given to pregnant women if no contraindications exist

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Women who are pregnant can now take the coronavirus vaccine, the Union ministry of health and family welfare announced on Friday, joining the list of countries that have expanded the eligibility criteria to help protect expecting mothers and their unborn child from the viral illness | Latest News India Women who are pregnant can now take the coronavirus vaccine, the Union ministry of health and family welfare announced on Friday, joining the list of countries that have expanded the eligibility criteria to help protect expecting mothers and their unborn child from the viral illness

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NEW DELHI, July 2: Pregnant women in India are now eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19 with the Union Health Ministry on Friday giving the approval based on recommendations of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI). Pregnant women, who opt for vaccination, can be inoculated with Covid vaccines available in the country any […]

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Covid 19 Vaccination for Pregnant Women: Pregnant women in India are now eligible for vaccination against Covid-19. Can there be side effects? Are certain pregnant women to be excluded? A look at the Health Ministry guidelines.Pregnant women in India are now eligible for vaccination against Covid-19. Can there be side effects? Are certain pregnant women to be excluded? A look at the Health Ministry guidelines.

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A San Francisco Bay Area zoo is inoculating its big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus as part of a national effort to protect animal species using an experimental vaccine. Tigers Ginger and Molly were the first two animals at the Oakland Zoo to get the vaccine this week, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday. […]A San Francisco Bay Area zoo is inoculating its big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus as part of a national effort to protect animal species using an experimental vaccine. Tigers Ging…

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The Oakland Zoo zoo is vaccinating its large cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus using an experimental vaccine being donated to zoos, sanctuaries and conservatories across the country.The Oakland Zoo zoo is vaccinating its large cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus using an experimental vaccine being donated to zoos, sanctuaries and conservatories across the country.

Big Cats, Bears, Ferrets Get COVID-19 Vaccine At Oakland Zoo

Tigers Ginger and Molly were the first to receive the experimental vaccine developed by veterinary pharmaceutical company Zoetis this week.The zoo says none of the animals have gotten COVID, they just want to be proactive.

Oakland Zoo administers experimental COVID vaccine to animals | kgw.com

The Oakland Zoo is vaccinating its large cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus.The Oakland Zoo is vaccinating its large cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus.

Covid 19 coronavirus: Big cats, bears, ferrets get experimental Covid vaccine at Oakland Zoo - NZ Herald

Operation is part of a national effort to protect animals using an experimental vaccine.Operation is part of a national effort to protect animals using an experimental vaccine.

Bears, Big Cats And Ferrets Get COVID-19 Vaccine At Oakland Zoo | HuffPost

A San Francisco Bay Area zoo is inoculating its big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus.A San Francisco Bay Area zoo is inoculating its big cats, bears and ferrets against the coronavirus.

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