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Madhya Pradesh Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated people for the record-breaking vaccinationwhich is so far the highest since India launched the vaccination India in on 22nd on January However, the big question is: Will India be able to sustain the pace of vaccination? India needs enough vaccine supply to keep up the pace. According to reports, 12crore doses will be available by the end of this month, and The central government aims to vaccinate all of its adult population by the year-end. India reported less than 50, new Covid cases, the lowest in 91 days, in teh last 24 hours, according to Union Health Ministry data on Tuesday.
With the fresh cases, the total tally of Covid cases increased to 2,99,77, A total of 42, coronavirus infections were reported in a day, while the death toll climbed to 3,89, with 1, daily fatalities, the lowest India in on 22nd 68 days; active cases fell below 7 lakh after 79 days, the Health Ministry said.
The country has been reporting below 1 lakh Covid cases for the past two weeks. Active cases in the country have been falling sharply. Covid deaths and positivity rate have also dropped. Overall, it seems the peak of the Covid second wave is behind us. More than 70 per cent of Americans age 30 or older have received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine, the White House said, even as President Joe Biden is set to fall short of reaching his goal of giving a shot to the same percentage of all American adults by Independence Day.
The Biden administration is releasing the new data Tuesday showing it expects to reach 70 per cent of Americans age 27 or older with at least one shot by the July 4 holiday. A White House official said it is now redoubling its focus on vaccinating younger Americans agewho have proved to be least likely to get a vaccine when it's available for them. Moscow's mayor ordered bars and restaurants to serve people only if they have been vaccinated against COVID or had had an infection indicating immunity - one of the Russian capital's toughest steps to fight the pandemic since last year's lockdown.
The Kremlin has blamed a renewed wave of infections over the last two weeks on the Delta variant and the slow pace of its vaccination programme even though four domestically-produced vaccines have been approved for use. Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Tuesday the new restrictions would take effect on June 28 and were needed to avert a stringent new lockdown. Residents who want to visit cafes, restaurants or bars will be required to present a QR-code showing they have either been vaccinated, had a confirmed COVID infection within the past 6 months, or tested negative within the last 3 days.
The Kremlin told Russians on Tuesday it was inevitable they could face discrimination in the workplace if they did not get vaccinated or had not COVID The Kerala government on Tuesday announced further relaxations in the lockdown regulations, while cautioning the public against a possible third wave of the COVID pandemic. The new relaxations would come into effect from Thursday, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told a press conference here after a review meeting.
The Chief Minister said the spread of the disease in the state is on the decline. As per the new guidelines, banks will function on Tuesdays and Thursdays also, but the public will not have access to the branches on these days. Gautam Buddh Nagar and Ghaziabad both recorded less than 10 new COVID cases with the of active patients reaching below in both the western Uttar Pradesh districts ading Delhi, official data showed on Tuesday.
Gautam Buddh Nagar recorded nine new cases and Ghaziabad added another four, according to the UP Health Department's data for a hour period.
The of active cases came down to 93 in Gautam Buddh Nagar while it was 77 in Ghaziabad, where the had gone below last week itself, the data showed. On the bright side, 38 patients recovered in Gautam Buddh Nagar and seven in Ghaziabad with the overall Covid recoveries in these districts surging to 62, and 54, respectively, it showed. As India achieved a "historic milestone" of administering Maharashtra on Tuesday reported 8, new coronavirus cases - up from 6, cases a day ago - taking its COVID tally to 59,87, while fresh deaths pushed the toll to 1,18, the state health department said.
As many as 9, patients were discharged during the day, taking the of recovered cases to 57,42, a statement from the health department said. On Monday, Maharashtra had reported 6, new coronavirus cases, a four-month low daily count, and 94 deaths. Nagalands COVID caseload increased to 24, on Tuesday as 64 more people tested positive for the infection, a health department bulletin said.
The state reported more COVID recoveries than fresh cases for the 17th consecutive day as patients were cured of the disease in the last 24 hours. India in on 22nd existing ban on inter-state movement of passenger buses between Madhya Pradesh and ading Maharashtra, imposed when a surge was recorded in COVID cases, was on Tuesday extended India in on 22nd to June 30, an official said. Facing a shortage of medical professionals to fight against COVID in the state, the Jharkhand government on Tuesday approved one-time extension of services of retiring government doctors by up to 10 months, a government official said.
Gujarat reported new COVID cases on Tuesday, taking the state's tally to 8,22, while three deaths increased the toll to 10, an official said. Medical Minister Ma Subramanian said all steps were being taken and an excellent infrastructure has been created to tackle any such eventuality. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday directed the state Education department to explore the possibility of restarting schools and colleges for students of classes 10 and 12 in the villages without COVID cases. Those villages and towns which have not reported fresh coronavirus cases for a long time and where there are no chances of finding new infections could be considered for reopening of schools and colleges.
Students can start going to schools and colleges and attend classes like the pre-pandemic period, the state government said in a statement. Alarmed at new coronavirus strains like Delta and Alpha afflicting people so far in recent days in Jharkhand, the state government has ordered sending samples of patients within 48 hours of their death for genetic study to help evolve a strategy to contain their spread, a top official said Tuesday.
Battling the deadly second wave of the COVID that has claimed 5, lives in tribal-dominated Jharkhand, the state government is concerned as these variants like Delta, Alpha, and Kappa are said to be more transmissible. The Madras High Court on Tuesday directed the Centre and state government to expedite Covid vaccination for persons travelling out of the country, especially students, who are due for their second dose.
The first bench's direction came in a case taken up on its own on Covid management in the state and the Union Territory of Puducherry. A year-old passenger from Uttar Pradesh was arrested for creating ruckus at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here after allegedly being denied boarding by the airline for not carrying a mandatory RT-PCR test report, police said on Tuesday.
Delhi didn't receive single dose of vaccine on June No decision has been taken on Moderna indemnity clause. Discussion is underway: Dr. All shops will remain open from AM to PM. Delta variant is found in 80 nations, incl India. It's considered 'variant of concern'. Assam: Kamakhya temple closes doors for devotees. The health ministry on Tuesday said the Centre had ensured that the full supplies of COVID vaccines under direct state procurement were provided to the states concerned before June The ministry issued a statement, saying certain media reports have alleged non-supply of free vaccines for the priority age group to the Delhi government amid the ongoing free COVID vaccination drive.
According to the state procurement data, the allocated 5. The registration of a hospital in Bhiwandi in Thane district was canceled for a period of two months by civic authorities for alleged COVID norm violations, officials said on Tuesday.
They said the cancellation order was issued by Bhiwandi Nizampura Municipal Corporation chief Pankaj Ashiya due to discrepancies in billing and delay in submitting the mandatory report on COVID deaths. Despite a directive to return the excess amount to patients, the hospital did not do so," aC official said.
Rural coverage of vaccines has been remarkably emphasized. MP administered the highest of doses over 17 Lakh. Over 11 lakh doses in Karnataka, over 7 lakh in UP, 5. With nearly 8. This is double that of the high of about 4. To temper this with a dose of realism, it will take the next three months to vaccinate the adult population with at least a single dose at about 7. Optimistic estimates of the national technical leadership have put a capacity of about These estimates assume an assured supply of about — million doses next month.
Karnataka: Govt allows functioning of all shops other than air-conditioned shops, air-conditioned shopping complexes and malls from 6 am to 1 pm in Dakshina Kannada, Hassan, Davanagere, and Chamarajanagara districts with immediate effect and until 5 am of July 5, The European Union has decided to take up an option under a supply contract with drugmaker Moderna that allows the bloc to order million additional COVID vaccines produced by the U.
The additional Moderna doses will be delivered next year, the EU executive said in a statement. From inflammatory rashes to scaly patches, skin-related complications have been reported in some people after Covid vaccination, but the of such cases so far is "very miniscule" to make a direct correlation, say dermatologists. While fever, body ache and weakness are common reactions in response to vaccination, doctors said a few people, after getting the jabs, have also complained of skin or other dermatological issues. At some of the leading hospitals in Delhi, skin-care specialists said some people, from the initial days to a couple of weeks since vaccination, have visited the facilities after exhibiting complications.
However, dermatologists in Delhi and Mumbai said these cases are India in on 22nd few and far between and no major skin complications have been seen in people post vaccination, so they "should not hesitate" to get themselves inoculated against Covid. Dr Nidhi Rohtagi, Senior Consultant, Dermatology at the Fortis hospital, Vasant Kunj, said post-Covid dermatological complications have been reported in many cases, but post-vaccination skin issues are being seen too, but the percentage of such cases is "very miniscule". One male and and one female had developed skin reactions after a few days of vaccination.
They had no known history of dermatological issues," she said.
So others should not worry. Covid vaccination is safe and these complications have been reported in such a small of vaccinated people that one cannot directly link the two," Rohtagi said. With 59 new fatalities, the death toll from the pandemic rose to 22, in Uttar Pradesh, while the virus count climbed to 17,04, on Tuesday as more people tested positive for COVID, according to an official statement. Coronavirus Live Tracker: Kerala govt announces further relaxations in lockdown rules.
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