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Netsurf Communications Planning To Ramp Up Production Capacity

Netsurf Communications Planning To Ramp Up Production Capacity
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Buoyed by the strong sales of healthcare products due to the COVID-19 pandemic, direct selling firm Netsurf Communications is planning to ramp up production capacity and is presently looking for land, a top company official said.

Headquartered in Pune, the company's plants are in Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh and Pune, its CMD Sujit Jain said.

He said the company has its own R&D facility and has products also in personal care, farm care and home care spaces.

"Due to COVID, the healthcare products are selling very well, All are out of stock. And also well traction in the farm care segment", Jain said.

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India.com

India Reports First Case Of Omicron Subvariant BA.4 in Hyderabad

India Reports First Case Of Omicron Subvariant BA.4 in Hyderabad
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New Delhi: India on Thursday reported the first case of BA.4 subvariant of Omicron in Hyderabad through COVID genomic surveillance programme. In a statement, the scientists affiliated with the Indian SARS-CoV-2 Consortium on Genomics (INSACOG) said from India, details of a BA.4 subvariant were entered on GISAID on May 9. Corroborating this statement, another scientist from Indian Council for Medical Research pointed out the possibility of random cases of BA.4 being detected in other cities in the country over the last few days, Money Control reported.

It must be noted that the new sub-variant, along with BA.5 has been causing a major wave of fresh coronavirus infections in South Africa and now has been reported in other countries including the US and the UK.

Just like BA.2 subvariant, this new strain of the SARS CoV 2 virus has been found capable of immune evasion from past infection and vaccination.

However, the scientists are of opinion that given the extensive immunity of Indians, a new COVID 19 surge, if any, is most likely to stay at low levels.

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News18
News18

In Shocking Video, Middle-aged Man Dies Moments After Dancing

In Shocking Video, Middle-aged Man Dies Moments After Dancing
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A shocking video, shared by a user Prateek Dua, in which a middle-aged person was dancing with two women went viral. Suddenly, he paused for a moment and collapsed to death.

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