By Ishank Katyal
1. India bought the 1.6 billion doses of COVID- 19 vaccine, becomes the biggest buyer in the world.
India has now become the largest buyer of the COVID- 19 Vaccine after buying more than 1.6 billion shots of the vaccine.
According to the scientists, this could have covered more than 800 million people i.e. 60 percent of the total population. India has purchased 500 million doses from Oxford University- AstraZeneca’s candidate ‘Covishield’, 1 billion from Novavax and 100 million from Sputnik V.
2. Farmer’s rejected the Government’s proposal, calls for a sit- in protest on December 14.
Farmers have rejected the government’s proposal and have called a nationwide sit- in protest on December 14.
Farmers also said that the Delhi- Jaipur highway will be blocked by December 12.
3. Two people in UK suffered the side effects of the Pfizer vaccine. Warning issued.
People with a history of significant allergic reactions should not receive the Covid vaccine, the medicines regulator has said, after two NHS workers experienced symptoms on Wednesday.Both of the NHS staff carry adrenaline autoinjectors, suggesting they have suffered reactions in the past.
These kind of devices, of which the best-known brand is the EpiPen, administer a swift adrenaline boost to counter allergic reactions that occur when some people, for instance, eat nuts.
4. A Twitter user made fake accounts of Trump’s family members, raised $7,384 for LGBTQ Campaign.
With a series of fake Twitter profiles impersonating President Donald Trump’s inner circle, a 21-year-old was reportedly able to raise $7,384 in a GoFundMe campaign for a bogus organization, “Gay Voices for Trump.”
Pennsylvania’s Josh Hall posed as both the president’s brother and sister, along with his son Barron, according to a report from The New York Times. Each of the accounts he created was suspended by Twitter.