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Showing posts with label CORONA. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CORONA. Show all posts

Wednesday, 28 April 2021

When and how will your number for the vaccine come?

When and how will your number for the vaccine come?

Sameer Bhati, a member of the government's Vaccine Awareness Campaign Committee and director of Star Imaging and Path Labs Ltd., said in a TV program that 18 plus people are to be vaccinated from May 1 and can also register for it through the Covin web portal. You can register
by logging on to More than 4 people can register for vaccination from a single mobile number. If you can't do that, then you can go to your nearest vaccination center and register. Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has also told about this.

Do 18+ people have to pay for the vaccine?
corona vaccine. Samir Bhati says that at present the situation is not very clear about its price. Guidelines on price are yet to come. This is ongoing. After this, prices will be displayed in hospitals. However, it also depends on the state governments. As Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced that everyone will be vaccinated free of cost.

Can private companies also vaccinate their employees?

Such demand is coming from the corporate sector in many cities of the country, including Mumbai. According to Dr. Hemant Thakkar of Bridge Candy Hospital, Mumbai, earlier the government had complete control over production and distribution, but now it is being relaxed. The government has made it clear that companies will give 50 per cent of the vaccine production to the central government and can sell the remaining 50 per cent in the market. State governments can also demand directly from companies. In such a situation, it is likely that private companies may also run a parallel vaccination drive for their workers with the help of nursing homes or private hospitals. That is also important.

Are we lagging behind in vaccination compared to the pace of transition?

According to experts, there was little problem with the supply of vaccines. But now the situation is going to improve. Production is running for about 85 million people, while 13 million are needed by July. To bridge this gap, the central government has asked indigenous companies making Kovishield and Kovacasin, Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech to provide additional funds. In addition to Kovacacin and Covishield, the Sputnik V vaccine will also be coming soon. There are also WHO approved Moder Pfizer etc. from abroad. They can also be made available through the fasttrack system in India.
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Tuesday, 27 April 2021

Covid 19 Karmchari ne mrutyu Sahay mate 25 Lakh sahay maate nu check list.

Covid 19 Karmchari ne mrutyu Sahay mate 25 Lakh sahay maate nu check list.

Covid 19 Karmchari ne mrutyu Sahay mate 25 Lakh sahay maate nu check list.

A mortgage loan or simply mortgage (/ˈmɔːrɡɪdʒ/) is a loan used either by purchasers of real property  to raise funds to buy real estate, or alternatively by existing property owners to raise funds for any purpose while putting a lien on the property being mortgaged. The loan is "secured" on the borrower's property through a process known as mortgage origination. This means that a legal mechanism is put into place which allows the lender to take possession and sell the secured property ("foreclosure" or "repossession") to pay off the loan in the event the borrower defaults on the loan or otherwise fails to abide by its terms. The word mortgage is derived from a Law French  term used in Britain in the Middle Ages meaning "death pledge" and refers to the pledge ending (dying) when either the obligation is fulfilled or the property is taken through foreclosure.[1] A mortgage can also be described as "a borrower giving consideration in the form of a collateral for a benefit (loan)".

Mortgage borrowers can be individuals mortgaging their home or they can be businesses mortgaging commercial property (for example, their own business premises, residential property let to tenants, or an investment portfolio). The lender will typically be a financial institution, such as a bank, credit union or building society, depending on the country concerned, and the loan arrangements can be made either directly or indirectly through intermediaries. Features of mortgage loans such as the size of the loan, maturity of the loan, interest rate, method of paying off the loan, and other characteristics can vary considerably. The lender's rights over the secured property take priority over the borrower's other creditors, which means that if the borrower becomes bankrupt or insolvent, the other creditors will only be repaid the debts owed to them from a sale of the secured property if the mortgage lender is repaid in full first.

In many jurisdictions, it is normal for home purchases to be funded by a mortgage loan. Few individuals have enough savings or liquid funds to enable them to purchase property outright. In countries where the demand for home ownership  is highest, strong domestic markets for mortgages have developed. Mortgages can either be funded through the banking sector (that is, through short-term deposits) or through the capital markets through a process called "securitization", which converts pools of mortgages into fungible bonds that can be sold to investors in small denominations.

Covid 19 Karmchari ne mrutyu Sahay mate 25 Lakh sahay maate nu check list.

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The Hon'ble Governor in the presence of Hon'ble Minister of Education on 24/04/2021 addressed the educational and non-academic staff of all the primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in the state in the current situation of Covid-19 through a program of inspiration, encouragement and guidance. The Hon'ble Governor and Hon'ble Minister (Education) have given guidance to all the school families in the state to help the society in the current situation of Covid-19. In these critical times of the epidemic, if the people of the state get the right understanding and remedial action to prevent coronary infection through students and parents, strictly implement the guidelines issued by the government through the family and the students studying in the school and their parents. , Can do a great job of public education. The Hon'ble Governor and Hon'ble Minister for Education said that if the various steps taken by the Government in this regard are informed, it will have a positive impact on the people of the society. Her research is requested to see that the following steps are taken by all school family.

Steps to be taken by the school family:

(1) In the present situation, doctors, paramedical staff, police department, cleaners, 108, Dhanwantari Rath and other ambulance staff working as Frontline Warriors for the last one year as well as other Frontline Warriors who are contributing to the society day and night without worrying about their families. . Let's give warmth to the families of such Frontline Warriors as well as help them in their needs,


Public education by students through telephone and webinar,

1. Explain to the family members as well as the people of the society / village not to go out of the house without work.

2. Explain to family members as well as people in the community / village not to go out of the house without a mask.

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Saturday, 24 April 2021

You are at home, but you have to go out to get milk-vegetables and rations, what to do to prevent Corona from entering in such a situation? Learn the complete guideline

You are at home, but you have to go out to get milk-vegetables and rations, what to do to prevent Corona from entering in such a situation?  Learn the complete guideline

Corona's second wave has broken all records.  The central and state governments are trying to get most people to stay at home.  Lockdowns are in place in many cities, but people sitting in four walls also have to go out to get rations, milk, vegetables, fruits and medicine.  In such a situation they are worried that the coronavirus may not come into the house with them or with the item.  According to research conducted at the University of Florida in the United States, 18% of corona patients are also infecting their household members.  The rate was 7.5% in SARS and only 4.7% in MERS.  So know, the guideline of the American Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to avoid corona while staying at home ...

 Home delivery

 Make sure masks and gloves are worn at the time of delivery.  If this does not happen, do not take delivery and complain to the company concerned.
 Throw away cardboard or plastic packaging when food or groceries arrive at home.
 Throw away the packing material in the trash can kept outside the house.
 Take things out with clean hands and bring them inside the house.
 Wash or sanitize your hands thoroughly with soap.
 Rations or groceries
 Make a list of items: Risk at the store occurs when the item is shown to the shopkeeper or at the time of billing.  So make a list of what you want to buy.
 Also wear gloves: Wear disposable gloves along with masks and distillations, so that if you touch something during the transaction, it will prevent the virus from entering the house.
 Avoid cash or card payments: Pay online after billing.  Also, avoid card payments.  If you do cash transactions, give or take with gloved hands.
 Choose the right time: Choose a time to shop when the shop is less crowded.
 Return home with the item
 Keep a counter or table near the entrance to the house.  Keep it here for a while before bringing it in and disinfect it if it is a packed item.
 If the food is in a tin or plastic container, wash it with soap or water.
 Wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly with tap water.
 Do not wash fruits-vegetables, mutton-chicken with soap or bleach or sanitizer.  It can hurt.
 Clean the mobile phone cover by soaking it in alcohol base solution for Rs.
 Wash or sanitize your hands and feet with soap.  Take a bath if possible.
 Wash your clothes with detergent and water.  These clothes can also be washed with other clothes.
 Avoid shopping other than essentials.
 Home service or repair

 Before a plumber, electrician or engineer comes home

 Check local administration guidelines for what types of services are allowed.
 If someone in the home is sick or elderly, isolate them in one of the rooms before the service provider arrives.
 Communicate as many issues as possible, so that the service provider has less time at home.

 Work information and pictures can be sent by phone or email.
 Talk to Carona on the phone about caution.  For example, wearing a mask during a visit, checking your body temperature before entering, or talking about whether or not you are allowed to use the restroom at home.
 When the service provider arrives

 Ask the service provider to go inside wearing a mask.
 If he doesn't have a mask or doesn't wear a mask properly, give him a three-layer disposable mask.
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Saturday, 17 April 2021

If you notice symptoms of corona then adopt this time table will be 100% effective

If you notice symptoms of corona then adopt this time table will be 100% effective

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Monday, 12 April 2021

Complete Vaccine Guide

Complete Vaccine  Guide
Complete Vaccine Guide: If you have or have been vaccinated against corona, these 22 questions and answers will clear up your doubts.

1. I have never been infected but have allergies. Can I get vaccinated too?
A: Yes, you can get vaccinated if you have a mild allergy, but first consult a local doctor if you notice any illness or serious side effects.

2. What precautions do heart and diabetes patients need to take after getting vaccinated?
A. No precautions are required for vaccination. However, it should be applied once by asking a doctor.

How effective are both vaccines on Covid's new strain?
A. The vaccine is very effective, we are seeing that the severity of the virus in the vaccine taker seems to be negligible.

સંપૂર્ણ માહિતી વિગતવાર ગુજરાતીમાં વાંચવા અહીં ક્લિક કરો.

4. What antibodies are formed after the first dose of vaccine? And yes, how many are ineffective?
A. Antibodies are formed from the first dose of the vaccine. While after the second dose it is only gradually increased, which also boosts the immune system.

9. I did not have fever and tingling in my limbs after taking the vaccine, so is the vaccine working?

Ans- It is not necessary that fever should come after taking the vaccine or any symptom should appear. Antibodies will form in each.

10. How many corona vaccines are available in the state? Can we get the vaccine of our choice?
A. At present India has Covishield and Covacin available. You must get the same vaccine that the vaccine center has. No selection is allowed in this.

11. Is it necessary to get vaccinated? What to do to apply?

A. Vaccination is voluntary. There are 3 different registration options. Reach out to the center to get the vaccine by registering on the Covin or Health Bridge app. Or you can go to another place and register onsite. Vaccination will be given immediately whenever the slot is empty. Third take the vaccine to the group with the help of staff.

12. How many days interval should there be between the two doses of vaccine?

A. The second dose should be taken 6-8 weeks after the first dose as prescribed by DCGI for Covishield. While the second dose should be taken 28 days after the first dose of covacin. It is very important to take both doses of the vaccine.

13. What happens if the second dose is not taken or missed on time?

A. If you forget or time goes by, take another dose sooner rather than later. Because it will stop the virus from building up immunity in the body. There is no point in taking the vaccine if you have not taken the second dose.

14. Which of the two vaccines is better?

A. Both vaccines are good. One can be almost equally effective. Vaccination is being done based on the dose available in the country. Older people who are also suffering from other ailments are also effective and beneficial for you.

15. Should both doses be from the same company's vaccine, or run separately?

Ans- It will be beneficial only when a person needs to apply the same company dose.

16. Children are not currently being vaccinated. Will they also be vaccinated at some point?

A. Children can be vaccinated when it is their turn. Not being installed at the moment. Currently, all of these vaccines are only available to people 18 and older. Experiments on children are just beginning, they will be given when the time comes. Children need to be vaccinated against other diseases according to their structure. Some of these vaccines are also able to provide some protection against corona like MMR and flue

17. Can pregnant women be vaccinated?

A. There is currently no safety list for pregnant women, which can only be proven after experiments. So such women should not take it now.

18. How long will antibodies remain after vaccination?

A. There is no information about this yet. Research is currently underway on how long the vaccine will be effective in the body.

19. Why are cases of covid infection occurring even after taking both doses of vaccine?

A. The infection is spread through the mouth and nose. Even if you become covid positive, the serious effects of the disease will not be seen.

20. Are the vaccines of any company other than these 2 coming in the market? How much more effective would it be?

Answer: Three more vaccines are coming in the market. The vaccine is still in the trial phase. If it passes this stage and the vaccine is approved by the Indian government, it will definitely be available in India. The effectiveness of this vaccine can only be determined after a trial.

21. Is it necessary to take the second dose from the center from which the first dose was taken?

A. No, it is not necessary to take the second dose from the center where the first dose was taken. The second dose of the vaccine should be taken before going to any health center and showing the identity card.

22. When will I get the vaccine, if I am 43 years old?

Ans: The vaccine is currently being given in the country along with front line workers and health workers to people above the age of 1 January 1977. People under the age of 45 will be vaccinated in the fourth phase in June or July.
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Thursday, 28 May 2020

Matter of presenting medical certificate to the teachers before attending school when summer vacation is open

Matter of presenting medical certificate to the teachers before attending school when summer vacation is open

Many employers require that their employees provide a medical certificate if they’ve been on sick leave. This is commonly applied after two consecutive days of illness, although policies vary across organisations. Students often also require medical certificates for missed assignment deadlines or missed exams through illness.


A medical certificate isn’t a free “get out of work” card. You doctor won’t provide a medical certificate without fulfilling their own professional duty first. When issuing a medical certificate, doctors must be honest in their reasons for doing so and should not provide the certificate unless it is accurate. Doctors will usually base their assessment on the facts available to them, whether acquired directly from the patient or through their own observations.


A correctly completed medical certificate will include a number of details that are relevant to your capacity to work or study. All medical certificates should include:
Your name.
Your doctor’s name and address.
It should be addressed to whoever requires the certificate.
The date you saw the doctor.
The date the medical certificate was issued.
The date your doctor believes you will be able to return to work.
The certificate should provide some indication as to the severity of your illness. 

You absolutely can get a medical certificate if you have already been sick for a period. When you speak to your doctor, let them know when your illness began and the period for which you need a medical certificate. Your doctor will include on the medical certificate the period for which they believe you would have been unable to work.


A medical certificate does not need to specify why a patient was sick or unable to work. Patients have the right to confidentiality – any medical issues discussed with their doctor should only be shared as necessary. In some cases, it can be helpful to have your medical certificate outline exactly why you were ill. However, simply stating the severity of your illness and the fact that you are unable to work should suffice for most employers. Ultimately, it’s the employer’s right whether or not to accept or reject a medical certificate.


Pharmacists are legally able to issue medical certificates, or absence from work certificates, although many may choose not to. These certificates can only be issued if the illness falls within the scope of a pharmacist’s assessment ability. In some cases they may refer you to a doctor. In addition, absence from work certificates cannot be backdated, so if this is your second day of being ill you may need to visit a doctor instead.


Doctors are not obliged to provide medical certificates. They have the right to decline, usually if they believe that the illness in question doesn’t necessitate absence from work. Many doctors will decline to backdate a medical certificate if they aren’t confident about any of the facts stated by the patient or their observations don’t warrant one.


Absence form work certificates are usually used for short periods of sick leave, usually less than a week. They can be issued by both doctors and pharmacists. Whether you’re visiting a doctor or pharmacist, you will usually need to book a consultation ahead of time.

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Monday, 18 May 2020



The central government has announced a nationwide lockdown till May 31. Lockdown-4 will now be for 14 days which is till 31st May. The rules and regulations will be announced shortly. Lockdown-3 is set to expire today. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi first announced the lockdown on March 24, there were about 300 patients with corona virus in the country.

Today, about 53 days later, the total number of people infected with the corona virus in the country has reached over 90,000. While the number of active cases of corona virus in the country is 53946. 34108 people have been treated and 2872 people have died during the treatment.

Several state governments want complete shutdowns only in containment zones allowing space for the resumption of almost all activities, except large social gatherings and educational institutions, during lockdown 4.0.

The third phase of the lockdown in the country due to the Coronavirus epidemic is coming to an end on May 17, i.e. today. So far, it is clear from the signal received from the central government that Lockdown 4.0 will start, which may last till May 31.

The Home Ministry may issue new guidelines at any time today regarding this Lockdown 4.0. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has hinted at increasing the lockdown in his national address. But the PM also said that Lockdown 4 would be completely new, with a number of changes to be made.

Officials in several states said the guidelines defining containment zones, a key guidance document for enforcing lockdown 4.0, would come by Saturday and it was likely to divide a district into red, orange and green zones, unlike the existing methodology of categorizing an entire district as red, orange or green.

What could be in Lockdown 4.0

- Citizens have to take care of their own health and safety

- The economy will be focused on Lockdown 4.0

- States can be exempted from the Center

- Travel and industries can be exempted in the green zone

- Also allowed to run buses and taxis in the green zone

- Tourist train will not start at present

- But special trains and labor trains will continue as before and the number and route will be increased

- Domestic airline service may also be considered on some routes from 18 May

read all news and  information about lockdown 4.0




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Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Guidelines for moving from one area to another in Gujarat in lockdown

Lockdown announces guidelines for moving from one area to another in Gujarat.
  •  Which of the following zones can be accessed?
  •  Which of the following zones cannot be accessed?
  •  For what reasons will travel be allowed?
 To read the circular with full details.

Today's latest circular of Gujarat Government regarding preventive measures to control the infection of Novel Coro virus is specially worth reading to the public

Important decisions taken by the Chief Minister of Gujarat

Read Zone

✤ No additional concessions in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Gandhinagar and Bhavnagar coming under the red zone.
✤ There is no concession even in Rajkot metropolis coming in Orange zone
✤ Strict lockdown will be implemented in Bopal, Botad, Khambhat, Bareja, Godhra, Umreth municipalities of red zone without any concession.
✤ Liquor shops with tobacco, paan-masala, bidi and sales licenses will not be allowed in all zones of the state for the next two weeks.
✤ In the district with green zone, ST buses were allowed to carry 30 passengers
✤ The driver + two other people will be able to travel in a taxi or cab

Orange Zone

✦ No movement will be allowed in any zone in the state from 7 pm to 7 am
✦ Passes issued earlier for carrying necessities of life are not valid till May 17.
✦ 156 municipalities of the state including Junagadh and Jamnagar Municipal Corporation will be given systematic concessions.
✦ Businesses can be started by following the rules

✦ CM appeals to Muslim brothers to stay at home and worship during the holy month of Ramadan

Guidelines for moving from one area to another in Gujarat in lockdown

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