The Macro Picture | Soumya Kanti Ghosh of @TheOfficialSBI in conversation with @SurabhiUpadhyay & @Reematendulkar . Says he does not expect @RBI to change stance or tighten reverse repo in 2021. Also adds that he expects the central bk’s narrative to shift in Dec 2021 or Feb 2022
Soumya Swaminathan, the WHO's chief scientist says that combination of COVID-19 vaccines seems to be working well against variants.
#BJP national general secretary BL Santhosh and UP BJP in-charge Radha Mohan Singh on a 2-day visit to Lucknow for discussing poll strategy with BJP leaders for the upcoming #UttarPradeshElections . @samsrivastava31 reports #ReporterDiary More videos:
"The Delta variant is well on its way to becoming the dominant variant globally because of its significantly increased transmissibility,” Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist of the World Health Organization said.
Kerala: Soumya Santosh, who hailed from Idukki and worked as a caregiver in Israel, was killed in rocket launches on Israel by Palestine amid the ongoing conflicts between the two countries. Visuals from outside her residence in Keerithodu of Idukki.
I just spoke to the family of Soumya Santosh, victim of Hamas terrorist strike. I expressed my sorrow for their unfortunate loss & extended my condolences on behalf of Israel. The whole country is mourning her loss & we are here for them: Ambassador of Israel to India, Ron Malka
Vaccines are still very effective against every variant of COVID19 in the world. It's extremely effective against causing severe disease & hospitalisation but not fully effective in preventing infection: Dr Soumya Swaminathan, WHO Chief Scientist to ANI
It might not be until 2022 when the world can begin thinking about returning to "pre-Covid" life, said Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, chief science officer at the World Health Organization.
Since phase-1 trials of ICMR/Bharat Biotech vaccine have not started, it cannot be given to people on Aug 15: it’s important to follow ethical &scientific guidelines, says Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist, @WHO &former DG, ICMR to KaranThapar (interview on @TheWire tonight).
Young people are dying from the coronavirus too, a top World Health Organization official warned Thursday. “We should not become complacent that it’s fine for young people to get infected," said the WHO's chief scientist, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan.