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  • PTA seeks end to illegal GSM booster imports

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tele­communication Authority (PTA) on Wednesday urged the Federal Board of Revenue to stop illegal imports of GSM boosters that cause interference in frequency bands of mobile companies and deteriorates quality of cellular services in the area where these amplifiers are installed...

    “However, it has been observed through field experience, complaints from the operators and subsequent field monitoring by the...

  • Govt fixes Covid booster shot price for travellers going abroad at Rs1,270

    The Ministry of National Health Services fixed on Saturday the price of a single dose of a booster shot against Covid-19 for persons travelling abroad at Rs1,270...

    According to a notification issued by the ministry, the price had been fixed in pursuance of the National Command and Operation Centre's (NCOC) decision taken during a meeting on August 24...

  • Aseefa asks Sindh govt to ensure every child gets polio booster

    KARACHI: After the detection of a new polio case in Quetta, Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari, an ambassador for polio in Sindh who champions Pakistan’s fight against polio, on Friday asked provincial health department officials and representatives of various local and international organisations to increase their efforts for polio eradication in Sindh...

    ”A spokesperson of the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party quoted her as saying that workers and...

  • SpaceX successfully launches first recycled rocket booster

    A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket recovered at sea from its maiden flight last year blasted off again from Florida on Thursday in the first successful launch of a recycled orbital-class booster, then capped the feat with another return landing on an ocean platform...

    The SpaceX chief executive said his next goal is to turn the booster around for relaunch in 24 hours, a milestone he said could be accomplished before the end of the year...

  • Thai leaked memo says Pfizer booster shot might dent confidence in Sinovac

    A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against Covid-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's vaccine...

    It included a comment from an unnamed official who recommended authorities to not give a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech's vaccine to frontline health workers, because such a move...

  • Thailand considers giving booster shots as small number of vaccinated medics infected with Covid

    Thailand's health ministry said on Sunday more than 600 medical workers who received two doses of China's Sinovac vaccine have been infected with Covid-19, as authorities weigh giving booster doses to raise immunity...

    Related: Thai leaked memo says Pfizer booster shot might dent confidence in SinovacThe announcement comes as the Southeast Asian country reported a record high of 9,418 community infections on Sunday...

  • Antibodies from Sinovac's Covid-19 shot fade after about 6 months, booster helps: study

    Antibodies triggered by Sinovac Biotech's Covid-19 vaccine decline below a key threshold from around six months after a second dose for most recipients, although a third shot could have a strong boosting effect, according to a lab study...

    Chinese researchers reported the findings from a study of blood samples from healthy adults aged between 18-59 in a paper published on Sunday, which has not been peer reviewed
  • Saudi Arabia to accept travellers vaccinated with Sinovac, Sinopharm but only after booster shot

    Saudi Arabia has decided to allow entry to foreign travellers fully vaccinated with either Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccines, provided that they also received a booster shot of either of the four vaccines approved by the Kingdom, according to the country's e-visa portalenter link description here...

    Given that scores visit Saudi Arabia from Pakistan for Haj and Umrah as on work visa every year, a lack of Saudi-approved vaccines in the...

  • WHO urges rich states to stop booster shots for fairness sake

    GENEVA: The WHO called on Wednesday for a moratorium on Covid-19 vaccine booster shots as China tightened overseas travel curbs after recording its highest number of infections in months, while Tokyo reported the Olympic Games’ first cluster...

    The World Health Organisation said halting booster shots until at least the end of September would help ease the drastic inequity in dose distribution between rich and poor nations...

  • Booster shot must with Chinese jabs for visitors: Saudi Arabia

    ISLAMABAD: As Saudi Arabia allows the entry of fully vaccinated travellers if they get booster dose of a recognised vaccine in the wake of a United Arab Emirates’ decision to lift a ban on transit flights, Pakistan on Wednesday made another record of per day Covid-19 vaccination...

    com report, decided to allow entry to the foreign travellers fully vaccinated with either Sinopharm or Sinovac, provided they also receive a booster shot...

  • Major nations ignore WHO call to stop booster plans

    The decision to press ahead with booster shots despite the WHO’s strongest statement yet highlights the huge inequities in responses to the pandemic as richer nations ramp up programmes to protect citizens from the more infectious Delta variant...

    Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett urged older citizens to get a third shot after the government last month kicked off a campaign to give booster doses...

  • WHO scolds rich states over rush for booster jabs

    GENEVA: The World Health Organisation condemned on Wednesday the rush by wealthy countries to provide Covid vaccine booster shots, while millions around the world have yet to receive a single dose...

    ” Earlier this month, the WHO called for a moratorium on Covid vaccine booster shots to help ease the drastic inequity in dose distribution between rich and poor nations...

  • WHO calls for two-month vaccine booster moratorium

    BUDAPEST: The head of the World Health Organisation on Monday called for a two-month moratorium on administering booster shots of Covid-19 vaccines as a means of reducing global vaccine inequality and preventing the emergence of new coronavirus variants...

    Several countries including the United States, Israel, and Hungary, as well as others in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, are already offering or planning to offer their...

  • Saudi Arabia adds Sinopharm, Sinovac to list of approved vaccines; booster after Chinese jabs mandatory

    It added that according to the ministry, there was a possibility regarding accepting the vaccination of those who had received two doses of the said Chinese vaccines, provided that they had received a booster dose of one of the other approved vaccines...

    Saudi Arabia has also eased Covid-19 restrictions for fully vaccinated residents, allowing them to directly travel to the Kingdom from countries facing a travel ban, including...

  • Govt allows booster shots with charges

    • Experts fear risks as study under way to find hazards, benefits • 120 die, 4,191 new cases of Covid-19 emerge • PMA urges Punjab not to silence protesting doctorsISLAMABAD: Amid doctors’ concerns about the impact of mix-and-match vaccines on public health, the Ministry of National Health Services (NHS) has decided to facilitate foreign travel of those who have been administered Chinese vaccine by charging them for the booster shot... ...

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