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Bihar to provide Rs 1,500 per month to children orphaned by COVID-19
Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin inspected the COVID19 ward today at ESI Hospital in Coimbatore
Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin inspected the COVID19 ward today at ESI Hospital in Coimbatore https://t.co/IhrJkcjDPQ
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A viral video of a body of a COVID patient being thrown into river in Balrampur has emerged
“Patient passed away on May28. As per COVID protocol, body was handed over to patient’s relatives. As per preliminary probe,the relatives threw the body in the river. Case filed,”CMO says
Every 10th household in India report active Covid case
- Every 10th household in India is right now reporting an active case within immediate family members: as per the IANS-CVoter Covid Tracker.
- Almost every fifth household in India is reporting loss of life among near and dear ones.
- The tracker reported high incidence of healthy people dying of Covid.
- As per the tracker, 58.9 per cent said that the person was completely healthy before and died of Covid itself.
DRDO adds another 250 beds at Sardar Patel Covid Hospital at Delhi Cantt
DRDO added another 250 beds at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Covid Hospital at Delhi Cantonment. The facilities at the h… https://t.co/NFup17FmQs
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Rajasthan | A report has been submitted over alleged illegal selling of Remdesivir injections by 13 nursing staff: Dr. Dharmendra Gurjar, Deputy Superintendent Mathura Das Mathur Hospital Jodhpur
In April 2020, the businesses of banks were totally washed out. As compared to last year this time the situation is better. It is too early to assess the impact of COVID19 on business as a whole for the year going forward.
– SBI Chairman Dinesh Khara
Delhi: BJP national president JP Nadda flags off COVID relief material on completion of 7 years of Modi government
Delhi: BJP national president JP Nadda flags off COVID relief material on completion of 7 yrs of Modi govt https://t.co/mGfWYDMjif
— ANI (@ANI) 1622363334000
Lesson learned from this surge is at no cost can we let our guards down. We must take COVID-19 vaccine at first available opportunity. While we can’t predict next surge but we can prevent it, which we must.
– Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh
This surge has put an immense burden on already overwhelmed health services. We’re now witnessing a plateau & even a decline in cases in some parts of India. Situation continues to be of concern & challenge: Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director, WHO South-East Asia
Oxygen Express delivers 2114.21 Metric Tonnes of Liquid Medical Oxygen to Kerala, Tamil Nadu
100% guarantee cover to loans up to Rs 2 crore to hospitals/nursing homes/clinics/medical colleges for setting up on-site Oxygen generation plants, interest rate capped at 7.5% under Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) 4.0.
– Ministry of Finance
The opposition had tried hard to break the morale of the govt as they said this is Modi’s vaccine & raised questions. But now they are screaming for vaccines: BJP President JP Nadda
50 people have died due to black fungus in Haryana, 650 more receiving treatment: CM Khattar
COVID-19 Impact: Myanmar extends preventive measures till June 30
Haryana extends lockdown till June 7, eases certain restrictions
Addressing a virtual press conference, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said even though the COVID-19 situation has improved in the state, it has been decided to extend the “Mahamari Alert/Surkshit Haryana” lockdown till 5 am on June 7 with some more relaxations.
China administered 620.97 mln doses of COVID-19 vaccines as of March 29
West Bengal | Social distancing norms flouted at a Siliguri market
West Bengal | Social distancing norms flouted at a Siliguri market Strict COVID19 restrictions are in force till… https://t.co/p1MGIIZ8t8
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Malaysia reports 6,999 new coronavirus cases
Malaysia reported 6,999 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, bringing the total infections in the country to 565,533.
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar announces financial aid of Rs 1,500 per month to children who lost either of their parents due to COVID19 under ‘Bal Sahayata Yojana’
Arunachal reports 461 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deaths
- This pushed the tally in the northeastern state to 26,778
- The death toll rose to 114
On account of the disruptions caused by the second wave of COVID 19 pandemic to businesses across various sectors of the economy, Govt has further enlarged the scope of Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme
- Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) expanded
- ECLGS 4.0 for onsite oxygen generation
- wider coverage of ECLGS 3.0
- Increase in tenor for ECLGS 1.0
Mumbai: Congress workers wear black bands as a sign of protest against Centre over issues of fuel price hike, COVID management among others
We have got general guidelines from GoI regarding how to follow containment measures till June 30. There will be no changes in ongoing restrictions till June 7. CM will call a meeting of Ministers & experts in few days to take final call: Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai
Under PM’s leadership, we’ll celebrate this day as ‘Seva Diwas’. BJP workers will serve in 1 lakh villages. PM had called upon government organisations & others to help needy during COVID. BJP has extended help to many under ‘Seva Hi Sangathan’: BJP President on completion of 7 years of Modi government
On the occasion of Hindi Journalism Day, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced Rs 10 lakh aid for kin of journalists who died due to COVID-19.
During 2nd wave of COVID19, a major challenge was to supply medical oxygen to remote areas. To counter challenges that the country faced, drivers of Cryogenic oxygen tankers helped by working on war footing & saved lives of lakhs of people: PM Modi
Nearly 12 crore vaccine doses will be available for National COVID vaccination program in June 2021: Union Health Ministry
We have decided to extend COVID lockdown till June 7. Shops can now operate from 9 am to 3 pm. Shopkeepers must follow odd-even formula. Educational institutions will remain closed till June 15. Night curfew will continue from 10 pm to 5 am: Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar
Kerala govt to issue Covid vaccination certificates with passport numbers for those travelling abroad
Germany reports 3,679,148 confirmed coronavirus cases (+3,852), 88,406 coronavirus deaths (+56)
Japan to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 12 to 15-year-olds
India reports 1,65,553 new COVID-19 cases, 2,76,309 discharges & 3,460 deaths in last 24 hrs, as per Health Ministry
- Total cases: 2,78,94,800
- Total discharges: 2,54,54,320
- Death toll: 3,25,972
- Active cases: 21,14,508
- Total vaccination: 21,20,66,614
A total of 34,31,83,748 samples tested up to May 29. Of which, 20,63,839 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research
Mass vaccination drive in far-flung areas of Manjakote, Rajouri
J&K | Mass COVID vaccination drive in far-flung areas of Manjakote, Rajouri. We're working collectively with the… https://t.co/WsA6T8VmIp
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Beneficiaries yet to complete 84 days after Covishield’s 1st dose, but need vaccination schedule completion for travelling abroad may apply for priority vaccination on eHealth portal with documents for travelling & get vaccinated at 4-6 weeks interval after 1st dose
– Kerala govt
Beneficiaries who have taken Covaxin & want a certificate with passport number added to it can also apply: Kerala govt
“Beneficiaries may apply for Final/Provisional certificate based upon their current vaccination status by uploading the relevant documents supporting the same,” directed Kerala government regarding COVID vaccination & issuance of its certificate for persons travelling abroad
NGO distributed ration kit, medicine, sanitiser, oximeter, and thermometer to porters
Moradabad: An NGO distributed ration kit, medicine, sanitiser, oximeter, and thermometer to porters at Moradabad Ra… https://t.co/x8wIbngK5u
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) 1622337402000
Uttarakhand: Dharchula SDM in Pithoragarh issues an order mandating NGOs/individuals/organisations to obtain permission to distribute relief materials
“We had received complaints that used materials & low-quality medicines were distributed in some villages,” SDM AK Shukla said.
Another consignment of AmBisome (Amphotericin B injection), used in black fungus treatment, reaches India. Total 200,000 doses already there so far: Ambassador of India to United States, Taranjit Singh Sandhu
Mizoram reports 329 new COVID-19 cases and one death yesterday
Chhattisgarh reported 2437 COVID-19 cases, 5941 patient discharges, and 64 deaths yesterday
Shimla district administration modifies curfew guidelines
Himachal Pradesh: Shimla district administration modifies curfew guidelines; all markets/shops to open from Monday… https://t.co/IHQKDxMvME
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MP govt modifies corona curfew guidelines
Madhya Pradesh government modifies Corona Curfew guidelines to be effective from June 1 https://t.co/wqLoxZcwKb
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Bosch company has come forward to repair the ventilators lying non-functional in the government hospitals of the state free of cost: Karnataka Deputy CM and state COVID Task Force head Dr C N Ashwatha Narayana
Tripura government will provide free education to the children who lose their parents due to COVID-19. Such children who don’t live in orphanages will be provided Rs 3,500 every month till the age of 18
– Chief Minister Biplab Deb
Assam: Driver of a 108 ambulance says he carried a COVID patient on a bicycle for over 1-km to the ambulance as the road leading to Telichhara village in Cachar district was unmotorable
“We asked his family to bring him to the ambulance but they refused,” said Badruddin.
Vaccination camp organized in Jodhpur
Rajasthan: Jodhpur district administration organised a vaccination camp for Pakistani Hindu refugees in Kali Beri a… https://t.co/kOckhyviM2
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Pvt hospitals, star hotels flouting guidelines by offering vaccination package, must be stopped immediately: Centre
Permission of 10 private hospitals (5 yesterday & 5 today) revoked from treating Covid patients over complaints of excess charging & mismanagement. 10 hospitals barred from treating COVID patients after discharge under their care. Show cause notice to 79 hospitals: Telangana Health Dept
Delhi court grants bail to Navneet Kalra in O2 concentrator black-marketing case
Total number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in India crosses 21 crore: Union health ministry
First case of B.1.617 COVID-19 variant found in Pakistan
In a letter to all states & UTs, Health Ministry Additional Secretary, Dr Manohar Agnani, urged private hospitals to follow guidelines for COVID vaccination following information that some private hospitals are giving packages for COVID vaccination in collaboration with some hotels
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