The Day 336 COVID-19 Report of India

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As per the Day 336 COVID-19 Report of India of 23/02/2021, there are 147306 active cases,10712665 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 156463 persons lost their lives in India till 23/02/2021.

New Delhi (ABC Live India): The Day 336 COVID-19 Report of India: Today was the 336 day of India’s Fight against Coronavirus: ABC Research Report.

As per the Day 336 COVID-19 Report of India of 23/02/2021, there are 147306 active cases,10712665 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 156463 persons lost their lives in India till 23/02/2021.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released data, a total of 1,19,07,392 beneficiaries have been vaccinated till today.

On the testing of the capacity of India, the ICMR in its daily report on 23/02/2021 that a total of 21,22,30,431 have been conducted in India till 9 AM of 23/02/2021. Further, the ICMR reported that 6,78,685 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 23/02/2021

  • The Prime Minister's Office released the Text of PM's address at webinar on Effective Implementation of Budget Provisions in Health Sector
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released COVID-19 Updates
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare stated till today 1,19,07,392 vaccine doses have been given through 2,53,434 sessions
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare clarified that there is no direct relation between the recent surge in COVID19 cases in Maharashtra and some other States with the mutant virus strains N440K and E484Q of COVID19.
  • The ICMR issued COVID-19 Testing Updates
  • The RBI issued Money Market Operations as on February 22, 2021
  • The SEBI issued a circular on Pre-Expiry Margin on commodities under Alternate Risk Management Framework
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  • The National Human Rights Commission in a case of custodial torture by police in Delhi has recommended that the Union Ministry of Home Affairs pay Rs. 1 lakh each to the two victims. It has also called for the report of departmental action taken against the six erring police official, who are facing trial before the court of Additional Sessions Judge, Rohini in case FIR No. 289/2019. They include one Inspector-SHO, ASI, HC, HV, and two Constables.
  • The PIB did not release PIB’S BULLETIN ON COVID-19 today.


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