Daily Current Affairs 8th October 2021:
This article will walk you through the Current Affairs facts as of 8th October 2021. Presented here is your daily dose of Current Events and GK.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended the widespread use of the world's first malaria vaccine on children. The WHO has called it a great achievement for science, children's health, and malaria control. This vaccine is the world's first vaccine against mosquito-borne disease. Malaria kills more than four lakh people worldwide in a year.
World Cotton Day is celebrated every year on 07 October. This day is celebrated by the United Nations, the World Food Organization, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, the International Trade Center and the International Cotton Advisory Committee. World Cotton Day was first organized in the year 2019.
The name of the Corbett Tiger Reserve of Uttarakhand will be changed soon. The new name of this national park will be Ramganga National Park, in fact, on October 3, Union Forest and Environment Minister Ashwini Choubey visited Jim Corbett National Park. During this, Ashwini Choubey announced to change the name of the National Park to Ramganga National Park. At the time of the establishment of this park in the year 1936, this park was named Hailey National Park. It was named after the governor of the United Provinces, Malcolm Haley.
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