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Coronavirus Latest news updates: With the recovery of 31,964 others COVID-19[female[feminine patients in one day, the total number of discharges approached 54 lakh. Of the total infections, there are 2.76 lakh active cases.
With more than 2.58 lakh again COVID-19[female[feminine tests, the total number of samples tested so far in Maharashtra has risen to 3.46,08,985, the state health department said on Saturday. The positivity rate of cases is recorded at 16.51%.
Maharashtra recorded 20,295 fees coronavirus infections within 24 hours, bringing the total to over 57.13 lakh, the state health department said on Saturday.
After 443 other patients succumbed to the novel coronavirus , the death rate in the state has reached 1.65%. Of the total infections, there are 2.76 lakh active cases.
The announcement comes a day after Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said the process of easing lockdown-type restrictions will gradually begin in the nation’s capital from May 31.
The Delhi government on Saturday extended the curfew “on movement of people, except essential activities, until 5 a.m. on June 7 (Monday), or other orders whichever comes first.” .
However, the national capital has allowed the operation of manufacturing / production units in closed premises in approved industrial zones. In addition, construction activities were also allowed outside of containment areas during the curfew period, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority said.
Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma said all students in Class 10 will be promoted to Class 11 without taking the board exam. The criteria for promoting students will be specified by the UPMSP in due course.
The Deputy CM announced on Saturday that the State Council’s Class 10 exams had been canceled due to the second wave of the COVID-19[female[feminine situation. Whereas the exam of the class council 12 is proposed in the second week of July, if the situation is favorable to the holding of the exams. Class 12 exam times have been reduced to 90 minutes from the usual 3.15 hours.
The GST Council on Friday left taxes on COVID-19[female[feminine vaccines and medical supplies unchanged after the BJP and the opposition argued over whether the benefits of the tax cut will reach the common man.
An eight-member ministerial group led by Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma will examine the need to exempt the GST or reduce the rate of COVID-19[female[feminine essentials such as vaccines, medicines, hand sanitizers, masks, PPE kits and oxygen related equipment.
The GST Council at its May 28 meeting decided to set up a Group of Ministers (GoM), which will submit its report by June 8.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan announces statewide lockdown extended until June 9, but with some restriction reports easing NDTV.
The Center will ensure free education for children who have lost their parents due to COVID-19[female[feminine , Press Agency PTI quotes the Prime Minister’s office. These children will benefit from free health insurance of Rs 5 lakh up to the age of 18, the premium will be paid by the PM CARES fund, he said.
Amid a severe vaccine shortage, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday asked the Center to purchase vaccines and distribute them to state governments, and said now was not the time to blame and play petty politics.
Kejriwal said the AAP government “just wants vaccines” for Delhi and sought to find out where the politicization was there.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin announced that orphaned children or those who have lost one of their parents to coronavirus assistance of Rs 5 lakhs will be provided. In addition, the state government will cover all expenses related to their education until graduation.
A Delhi court on Saturday granted bail to businessman Navneet Kalra in a case over the seizure of oxygen concentrators from his upscale restaurants, including Khan Chacha, in the nation’s capital.
Delhi recorded fresh Saturday 956 COVID-19[female[feminine cases, the lowest in more than two months, and 122 more deaths as the positivity rate slipped to 1.19%, according to health department data.
The Goa government decided on Saturday to extend the current “corona curfew” by one week until June 7, which was due to be lifted on May 31. Formal orders on the extension of the corona curfew will be issued by collectors in the districts of South Goa and North Goa, the office of the chief minister (CMO) said.
Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya tweeted on Saturday that the Center would end the award of remdesvir to state governments. He added that production of the antiviral drug had been ramped up.
“I am delighted and satisfied to inform you that the production of Remdesivir has increased tenfold, from approximately 33,000 vials / day on April 11, 2021 to approximately 350,000 vials / day today,” he said. he declares.
“We have therefore decided to STOP the central allocation of remdesivir to the States,” he added.
The Delhi government on Saturday launched a tender for a global tender for the purchase of 10 million doses of COVID-19[female[feminine vaccine. The tender deadline is June 7.
“At 1.73 lakh of new cases per day, a downward trend in new cases is maintained. The number of active cases further decreases to 22,28,724 with a decrease of 1,14,428 active cases in the last 24 hours” , the Union Health Ministry said in its 8-hour update on COVID-19[female[feminine situation in the country on Saturday.
The new count COVID-19[female[feminine cases in the country stood at 173,921 in the past 24 hours, according to reports on Saturday morning. This is the second day in a row that the number of new cases has fallen below two lakhs, the Times of India reported.
Statewide lockdown with no eases to help break the chain of COVID-19[female[feminine The transmission was extended for a week until June 7, Chief Minister MK Stalin announced on Friday.
Lockdown type restrictions in Maharashtra due to the coronavirus pandemic have been extended for 15 days, but a new set of guidelines will be released on June 1, Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Friday.
The state cabinet made the decision to extend restrictions on the movement of people and businesses – in effect since mid-April – at a meeting Thursday.
“Regarding the lockdown, a 15-day extension has been granted, but the related guidelines will be released on June 1,” Tope told reporters.
The vaccine, being a biological product, takes time for harvesting and quality testing and it cannot be done overnight to ensure a safe product, the Union Health Ministry said on Friday.
The ministry said the Indian government, through the National Expert Group on the Administration of Vaccines for COVID-19[female[feminine (NEGVAC), interacts regularly with national and international manufacturers like Pfizer, Moderna to make vaccines available in the country.
“The concrete actions are a stark indication that the Indian government is doing everything possible to increase vaccine production in the country and to attract foreign vaccine manufacturers to provide the vaccine doses required for the national immunization program. the Covid, “the ministry said in a statement.
Despite availability constraints, India has done well in covering 200 million people in just 130 days, which is the third largest coverage in the world, the ministry said.
The Indian government has been supporting the efforts of states and UTs for effective management of Covid patients in vaccination under the ‘whole of government’ approach since January of this year.
With Covid being a pandemic with global impact, there has been strong global demand for vaccines with a limited number of manufacturers and limited manufacturing capacity in all countries. India has a population of 1.4 billion, which is a substantial share of the world’s population, the statement said.
In India, two vaccines were approved by the regulatory body in January. The two manufacturers, Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech, had the capacity to deliver around 1 crore in doses as of December 2020.
NEGVAC was established in August 2020 to provide advice on all aspects of vaccine introduction, including prioritization of beneficiaries, procurement, vaccine selection and delivery.
Priority of beneficiaries for COVID-19[female[feminine vaccination in India was carried out on the basis of a review of the available scientific evidence, guidelines proposed by WHO, global examples and practices followed in other countries with the primary objective of protecting workers from health and frontline.
As a result, the vaccination campaign in the country was gradually extended to cover priority groups starting with health workers (HCs) on January 16, followed by front line workers (FLW) from February 2, people aged 60 and over and those aged 45 to 59 with co-morbidities were treated from March 1.
Thereafter, from April 1, anyone aged 45 and over is eligible for vaccination.
Such an approach has yielded positive results, achieving more than 90 percent first-dose coverage among registered health workers and about 84 percent first-dose coverage among registered health workers, the statement said.
Liberalized and accelerated national pricing COVID-19[female[feminine Vaccination Strategy ”was adopted on May 1 and guides the current phase of the vaccination campaign.
This strategy aims to encourage manufacturers to increase vaccine production and attract new manufacturers. This will increase vaccine production, which will translate into greater vaccine availability with flexibility in pricing and purchasing, the statement said.
“Manufacturing capacities have been increased. Since the vaccine is a biological product, it takes time for harvesting and quality testing. It cannot be done overnight to ensure a safe product. of manufacturing capacity must also be a guided process, “statement said.
Russian Sputnik V is the third vaccine to gain approval from the Comptroller General of Medicines of India (DCGI) for restricted use in emergencies and is being used in a few private hospitals. These should be increased in the coming days.