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बिहार 12 वीं स्क्रूटनी रिजल्ट 2021 दिनांक onlinebseb.in इंटर कॉपी रीचेकिंग रिवीलेशन
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बिहार 12 वीं के स्क्रूटनी रिजल्ट 2021 की तारीख onlinebseb.in इंटर की कॉपी रीचेकिंग रिजल्ट रिजल्ट BSEB इंटरमीडिएट स्क्रूटिनी परीक्षा के biharboardonline.bohar.gov.in पर देखें। बिहार बोर्ड कक्षा 12 वीं स्क्रूटनी रिजल्ट 2021 अप्रैल महीने के अंतिम सप्ताह या उससे पहले बाहर हो जाएगा। खैर, BSEB इंटर स्क्रूटनी रिजल्ट कॉपी रीचेक प्रक्रिया की अंतिम तिथि, 07 अप्रैल को ऑनलाइन आधार के बाद है। इन इंटर रिजल्ट में 2021 रिजल्ट घोषित किया गया था। इस वर्ष अधिकारियों ने किसी अन्य राज्य बोर्ड से बहुत पहले इंटर परीक्षा आयोजित की और आधिकारिक तौर पर इसकी घोषणा की। खैर हाल ही में 26 मार्च को बिहार इंटरमीडिएट का रिजल्ट 2021 आर्ट्स साइंस कॉमर्स रीक्रिएटिंग को आधिकारिक तौर पर biharboardonline.com घोषित किया गया है। जिन छात्रों ने बिहार बोर्ड 12 वीं कक्षा की परीक्षा 2021 का विकल्प चुना था, उन्हें अपने बीएसईबी 12 वीं के परिणाम को भी जांचने की आवश्यकता है। आपको आधिकारिक वेब पोर्टल पर बिहार इंटर स्क्रूटनी रिजल्ट दिनांक 2021 की जांच करने की आवश्यकता है। शीघ्र ही इस पृष्ठ पर और जानकारी अपडेट की जाएगी।
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बिहार स्कूल एग्जामिनेशन बोर्ड पटना प्राधिकरण जल्द ही बीएसईबी स्क्रूटनी रिजल्ट २०२१ कक्षा १२ को कॉपी करेगा, उसके लिए चुने गए सभी छात्रों के लिए फिर से चेकिंग मार्कशीट जारी करेगा। बिहार बोर्ड इंटर रीचेकिंग परिणाम के बाद आधिकारिक वेब पोर्टल पर अपलोड किया जाएगा। यदि अंकों में कोई संशोधन है तो उसे परिणाम में अधिसूचित किया जाएगा। विषय का नाम लिखा जाएगा, पहले के अंक जिन्हें आपको आवंटित किया गया है और आगे अब संशोधित अंक, यदि कोई हो। अगर अंकों में कोई बदलाव नहीं हुआ है, तो बिहार इंटर रिजल्ट परीक्षा 2021 kab tak jaari hoga के biharboard.online स्क्रूटनी परिणाम में आपको टिप्पणी देकर भी सूचित किया जाएगा। बिहार बोर्ड के चेयरमैन की ताजा खबरों के अनुसार, स्क्रूटनी आंसर कॉपी री-वेरिफिकेशन प्रक्रिया पूरी हो गई है और छात्र 1 मई तक अपने कॉपी रीचेकिंग रिजल्ट 12 वीं कक्षा की जांच कर सकते हैं।
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LETTER | Vaccination statistics worth a thousand words - Malaysiakini
Many pseudoscience messages and videos have spread widely on social media platforms.
LETTER | There is a video going around on WhatsApp concerning 12 questions and answers to consider before getting vaccinated. These questions were structured and phrased in such a way that all answers given are No or Maybe, for the purpose of persuading the public about the uselessness of the Covid-19 vaccines. Two of the questions include If I get vaccinated, at least I won't be contagious to others - right? and If I get vaccinated, I can protect 100 percent of people I come in contact with?. Both the answers are given are NO, and it says that The vaccine doesnt stop transmission. To many laypeople, these Q&As sound convincing and logical, since the conclusions provided in the messages are The vaccine does not guarantee you wont get it, and does not stop you from passing it on to others. Unfortunately, like many other pseudoscience messages and videos that have spread widely on social media platforms, this is another hoax, which applies a type of bad argument named castle of cards. In such a bad argument, the messenger uses some nicely ordered and interconnected right and wrong reasons along with unwarranted leaps in between, to come out with a certain conclusion that the messenger wants people to believe. If the audience could point out the incorrect reasons (cards), the argument and conclusion (castle) will collapse right away. Last week, this 12-Q&A video and messages echoed what the mass media reported on 40 Malaysian healthcare workers infected after the Covid-19 vaccination. This caused quite a commotion among the public and many again wondered why should we get vaccinated since we will still get infected by the virus. The Ministry of Health (MOH) has correctly clarified that that vaccination protects an individual from getting seriously ill and dying from Covid-19. But can Covid-19 vaccines actually stop transmission? The good news is that scientists have found the answers. There are a few research findings recently published in international research journals presenting some statistics on the real-world vaccine effectiveness, which serve as timely responses to the question. For instance, preliminary analyses from the US demonstrate that a two-dose Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna mRNA vaccination is effective against both symptomatic and asymptomatic infections, with vaccine effectiveness around 90 percent. In the UK, the effectiveness of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is up to 89 percent for the elderly over 80 years old. The vaccination programmes in Israel have also demonstrated that the same mRNA vaccine achieved a similar efficacious level against the virus at 92 percent for the general adult population. For Denmark, statistics show that the effectiveness is 64 percent and 90 percent for long term care facility residents and caregivers respectively. See here, here and here. The next question would be: What does 90 percent efficacy tell us? The common misunderstanding among the public is that 90 percent means 9 out of 10 vaccinated people wont get infected. In order to understand the definition of vaccine effectiveness correctly, we need to know this equation: (Attack rate of unvaccinated people - Attack rate of vaccinated people) / Attack rate of unvaccinated people X 100 Bear in mind that only people who received a two-dose vaccine are considered vaccinated. Clinical trials of the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA vaccine found that only 0.04 percent of the vaccinated people (i.e. 4 out of 10 thousand) were infected by the virus, whereas the unvaccinated group recorded a 20 times higher rate at 0.8 percent (i.e. 80 out of 10 thousand). Putting these figures into the equation will give us (0.8-0.04)/0.8×100 = 95 percent, which is what has been frequently reported in the media for the efficacy of the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA vaccine. Taken together, the scientific evidence and statistics tell us that these vaccines are effective in stopping transmission of the virus and lowering the infection rate among the community. Indeed, vaccination statistics are worth a thousand words! The views expressed here are those of the author/contributor and do not necessarily represent the views of Malaysiakini.
Who have provinces pegged to receive COVID-19 vaccines in the coming weeks? - CKPGToday.ca
As COVID-19 vaccine supplies ramp up across the country, most provinces and territories have released details ...
Health Canada anticipates a total of 36.5 million doses from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine from the Serum Institute of India by June 30. Provinces initially suspended giving AstraZeneca shots to people under the age of 55 based on an advisory committees advice, but their recommendation changed on April 23 to reflect that the shot is safe for anyone aged 30 and older. Provinces have yet to move the threshold quite that low, however. There are approximately 31 million Canadians over 16, and no vaccines are approved for anyone younger than 16. Heres a list of the inoculation plans throughout Canada: Newfoundland and Labrador Residents who are between the ages of 55 to 64 have access to the AstraZeneca vaccine. People 65 and older, Indigenous adults, people considered clinically extremely vulnerable and rotational workers, truck drivers and flight crew have access to the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. Nova Scotia Residents as young as 55 can book an appointment for a Pfizer of Moderna vaccine. The province continues to offer the AstraZeneca vaccine to people aged 55-64. Prince Edward Island Beginning April 26, people in the province between the ages of 40 and 59 can start booking appointments for a COVID-19 vaccine. People 16 years and older who have certain underlying medical conditions, pregnant woman and eligible members of their household can also get a vaccine. New Brunswick People as young as 60 can begin booking vaccination appointments. Individuals 40 years old and older with three or more select chronic health conditions are also eligible. Quebec The province has expanded its vaccination rollout to people with chronic illnesses who dont require regular hospital care, as well as to those with intellectual or physical disabilities. Quebec expanded AstraZeneca availability to people as young as 45. Pregnant women can begin booking vaccine appointments April 28. Ontario Ontario has said everyone aged 60 and older is eligible to receive a vaccine, though some local public health units have lowered the threshold on their own. The province has also expanded eligibility for the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, saying those 40 and older can start receiving the shot. Shots are available through pharmacies and primary care providers. People aged 45 and older living in more than 100 neighbourhoods deemed at high risk for COVID-19 can book vaccines at mass immunization clinics starting Tuesday. The government says child-care workers employed in a licensed child-care setting will be able to book on Thursday, and those in unlicensed settings can set up appointments in the coming weeks. Ontario, meantime, has doubled the number of pharmacies involved in the provincial vaccine effort. Some 1,400 pharmacies in COVID-19 hot spots are now offering the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. The province says it hopes to add another 100 pharmacies to the vaccine effort by the end of the month. Manitoba Manitoba is using the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for First Nations people aged 30 and up and others aged 50 and up. These are available through a few channels including so-called supersites in larger communities. Health officials plan to continue reducing the age minimum, bit by bit, over the coming months. The province is also allowing anyone 40 and over to get an Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine through pharmacies and medical clinics, subject to availability. All front-line police officers, firefighters and health-care workers, regardless of age, qualify as well. The province is also vaccinating all adults in high-risk areas. Anyone over 18 who lives or works in the northern health region can get a vaccine. And any adult who lives in four Winnipeg neighbourhoods Downtown East, Point Douglas South, Seven Oaks West and Inkster East can get a shot as well. Adults who dont live in those neighbourhoods but who work there in certain jobs that deal with the public can also get vaccinated. Those jobs include teachers, grocery store workers, food-processing staff and restaurant employees. Roughly 33 per cent of Manitobas adult population has had at least one vaccine dose. Saskatchewan The Saskatchewan Health Authority is currently booking vaccinations for residents 42 and older, however the age eligibility is expected to be lowered to 40 starting Friday. The minimum age for people living in the Far North is 30. All workers identified as priority are also eligible for shots starting Friday. Additional workers include police, firefighters, public-health inspectors, teachers and educational staff working with students. The province previously expanded the vaccine delivery plan for people in more vulnerable groups to include all pregnant women and 16- and 17-year-olds who are considered clinically extremely vulnerable. Saskatchewan also dropped the age at which people can receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to 40 from 55. There are drive-thru and walk-in vaccination clinics in communities across the province. Alberta Albertans born in 2009 or earlier with high-risk underlying health conditions are eligible for shots. The next phase of health-care workers can also book appointments: physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, their office staff, lab workers, practicum students in clinical areas, as well as health workers on First Nations reserves and Metis settlements. Previously, shots have been available to front-line health workers, staff and residents in supportive living facilities, Albertans born in 1956 or earlier and First Nations, Inuit and Metis people born in 1971 or earlier. For the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, the province has lowered the minimum age to 40 from 55. More than 250 pharmacies are offering immunizations. Ten physicians clinics across the province are also providing shots as part of a pilot project, which could be expanded in May. About 15,000 workers at 136 meat-packing plants across the province can also get shots at on-site clinics, pharmacies and health clinics. Alberta has said it is extending the time between the first dose and the second to four months. But some cancer patients are able to book a second dose 21 to 28 days after their first. Health Minister Tyler Shandro has said the province expects to offer all Albertans 18 and over a first dose by the end of June. British Columbia The province has lowered the eligibility age for people to register for COVID-19 vaccinations. The Ministry of Health says all adults over the age of 18 are now eligible to register for vaccines through the provinces Get Vaccinated program. Once registered, users receive a confirmation code. They then wait for an email, text or call telling them theyre eligible and can book their vaccine appointment using that code. Health authorities are also targeting so-called hot spot communities that have been hardest hit by COVID-19 with dedicated clinics, which the provincial government says are using its limited supply of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. B.C. has lowered the age for those eligible to receive the AstraZeneca shot to 30, starting with those in hot spot communities and adding appointments at pharmacies as supplies improve. Firefighters, police and paramedics, meanwhile, are being vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines alongside staff at schools and childcare centres. The province says more than 1.6 million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines have been administered, with more than 89,000 of those being a second shot. Nunavut Nunavut has opened vaccinations to anyone 18 and older. It is also offering shots to rotational workers coming from Southern Canada. The territory expects to finish its vaccine rollout of first and second doses by the end of April. Northwest Territories The Northwest Territories is also providing vaccine to those 18 and older and expects to finish its rollout by the end of April. It is similarly offering shots to rotational workers and mine employees coming from Southern Canada. Yukon The Yukon government says 71 per cent of the territorys eligible resident have received their first COVID-19 vaccination as it makes plan for returning students and seasonal workers to get their shots. Dr. Brendan Hanley, Yukons chief medical officer of health, says students returning to Yukon, along with seasonal workers, would be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine during their mandatory self-isolation, provided they test negative for the virus after taking a rapid test. This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 28, 2021. The Canadian Press