The Day 301 Report of COVID-19 of India

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As per the ABC Research Report based upon the data of the Ministry of Health and Family welfare till 8 AM of 19/01/2021, there are 200528 active cases,10228753 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 152556 persons lost their lives in India till 8 AM of 19/01/2021.According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released data a total of Total of 6,31,417 beneficiaries have been vaccinated till today.

New Delhi (ABC Live India): The Day 301 Report of COVID-19: Today was the 301 day of India’s Fight against Coronavirus: ABC Research Report.

As per the ABC Research Report based upon the data of the Ministry of Health and Family welfare till 8 AM of 19/01/2021, there are 200528 active cases,10228753 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 152556 persons lost their lives in India till 8 AM of 19/01/2021.According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released data a total of Total of 6,31,417  beneficiaries have been vaccinated till today.

On the testing of the capacity of India, the ICMR in its daily report on 19/01/2021 that a total of 18,78,02,827 have been conducted in India till 9 AM of 19/01/2021. Further, the ICMR reported that 7,09,791 new samples were taken during the last 24 hours.

The Following is the List of Actions/ announcements made by the Government of India along with Updates from Indian Courts of law, NHRC, RBI, SEBI, TRAI & IRDA on 19/01/2021

  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare issued Updates on COVID-19
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released Update on COVID-19 Vaccination according to which Total of The cumulative number of healthcare workers vaccinated against COVID19 has touched 6,31,417(till 6 pm today) through 11,660 sessions, as per the provisional report.3,800 sessions were held till 6 pm today. beneficiaries have been vaccinated till today through 7,704 sessions, as per the provisional report.
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare stated that the Union Territory of Lakshadweep has reported its first ever case of COVID-19 on 18.01.2021. The index case is a traveler who had come to Lakshadweep from Kochi in Kerala on 4th January 2021 by a ship. The case had reported to hospital with symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 and was tested positive. Initially 31 primary contacts of the index case have been traced and quarantined of which 14 have now been found to be positive and have been isolated. 56 contacts of positive cases detected so far have also been traced and quarantined.
  • The ICMR released COVID-19 testing update of 18/01/2021
  • The Ministry of Science & Technology released the Year Ender 2020 of Department of Biotechnology
  • The Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare stated that The first meeting of the Committee appointed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court vide Order dated 12.01.2021 to deliberate with concerned stakeholders on recently notified three Farm Laws, was held on 19.01.2021. Dr. Ashok Gulati, Former Chairman of the Commission for Agricultural Costs & Prices, Shri Anil Ghanwat, President, Shetkari Sanghatana and Dr. Pramod Joshi, Former Director for South Asia, International Food Policy Research Institute participated in the meeting and discussed the roadmap of activities for the Committee for two months to prepare their recommendations after discussion with farmers, farmers’ bodies, farmers’ unions and other stakeholders.
  • The Ministry of Defence stated that In line with the nationwide launch of the largest vaccination campaign in the world against the COVID-19 pandemic, the first phase of the vaccination drive commenced for Health Care Workers (HCWs) of the Tri-Services Command on 19 Jan 21 at INHS Dhanvantari under the aegis of Headquarters, Andaman & Nicobar Command. All Front Line Workers (FLWs) of the Command will be vaccinated subsequently in a phased manner. A total of 370 doses of the vaccine for the first phase have been received from the Directorate of Health Services, Andaman & Nicobar Administration.
  • The Ministry of Education stated that Considering the decision taken for IIT JEE (Advanced) and in line with the decision taken for the last academic year, the Ministry of Education had decided to waive off the 75% marks (in class 12 exam) eligibility criteria under Joint Entrance Examination (Main) for the next academic year 2021-2022 in respect of NITs, IIITs, SPAs and other CFTIs, whose admissions are based on JEE (Main).
  • The NITI Aayog stated that NITI Aayog will release the second edition of the India Innovation Index 2020 on 20 January in a virtual event.
  • The Reserve Bank of India has today released 2020 list of Domestic Systemically Important Banks (D-SIBs)
  • The RBI issued Money Market Operations as on January 18, 2021
  • The SEBI issued a circular on Relaxations relating to procedural matters – Issues and Listing
  • The IRDAI released Report of the Committee to review MISP Guidelines
  • The IRDAI released Report of the Committee for standardization of professional indemnity insurance policy – insurance intermediaries
  • The Delhi High Court Seeks Centre's Response On Plea Regarding Denial Of Information On Creation Of Aarogya Setu Read the Order

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