As we confront several more months of the COVID-19 epidemic, the decisions made by the leaders – of governments, corporations, and other entities – have
n India, 42,909 new Covid-19 infections were reported in a single day, bringing the total number of cases to 3.27 crore. According to figures updated at 8 a.m., the death toll has risen to 4,38,210, including 380 new fatalities.
According to figures updated on Monday by the Union health ministry, active cases increased for the sixth day in a row. The number of active cases has risen to 3,76,324 and now accounts for 1.15 percent of all infections.
According to sources, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya stated during a meeting of the BJP’s parliamentary party that the government would likely begin immunising infants next month. Experts believe this will be a significant step in breaking the transmission cycle and reopening schools across the country, despite concerns of a possible third Covid wave.
According to state Health Minister Rajesh Tope, Maharashtra need at least three crore vaccine doses per month to inoculate the whole eligible population against coronavirus as soon as possible.
As the situation in Bihar improves, the state government has relaxed Covid restrictions. Universities, schools, and institutions will resume with 50% attendance, according to the administration. Schools would resume in the state for Class 11th and 12th students, according to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Despite banning all exports in April and benefiting from a large vaccine manufacturing industry, India has only covered 4% of its vast population, lagging well behind the majority of the Western world and China, which is deploying roughly 20 million doses each day.
As India battles the second wave of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic, it is also battling the spread of the Delta variety, which has evolved into Delta plus. Delta plus, also known as the ‘AY.1′ variation or B.1.617.2.1, is the most hazardous type of Covid-19, according to a study by HT’s sister magazine Livehindustan.
Every year on June 21, the International Day of Yoga is commemorated with zeal. This year, the International Yoga Day 2021 will be observed on Monday, which is today, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the sixth such address at 6:30 a.m. This year’s International Day of Yoga theme is ‘Yoga for Wellness,’ which is in line with contemporary concerns. Because it is a worldwide event,
‘What The Pandemic Learned From Me’ is all set to stand-out amidst the flood of its competitors. As promised, the subtitle ‘a hilarious antidote to the pain that Corona dealt us’ completely justifies itself.
According to a Reuters poll of medical experts, a third wave of coronavirus infections is expected to strike India by October, and while it will be better controlled than the previous outbreak, the pandemic will remain a public health hazard for at least another year.