The Day 381 COVID-19 Report of India

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As per the Day 381 COVID-19 Report of India there are 9,79,608 active cases 1,19,13,292 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 1,67,642 persons lost their lives in India till 09/04/2021.

New Delhi (ABC Live India): The Day 381 COVID-19 Report of India: Today was the 381 day of India’s Fight against Coronavirus: ABC Research Report.

As per the Day 381 COVID-19 Report of India there are 9,79,608 active cases 1,19,13,292 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 1,67,642 persons lost their lives in India till 09/04/2021.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released data, a total of 9,78,71,045 vaccine doses have been given till today.

On the testing of the capacity of India, the ICMR in its daily report on 08/04/2021 that a total of 25,52,14,803 have been conducted in India till 9 AM of 08/04/2021. Further, the ICMR reported that 11,73,219 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 09/04/2021

  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released COVID-19 Updates
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare stated that 9,78,71,045 vaccine doses have been given till today.
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare stated that Dr Harsh Vardhan chairs 24th meeting of Group of Ministers (GOM) on COVID-19
  • The ICMR issued COVID-19 Testing Updates today
  • The Ministry of Finance stated that the provisional figures of Direct Tax collections for the Financial Year 2020-21 show that net collections are at Rs. 9.45 lakh crore.
  • The RBI issued Money Market Operations as on April 08, 2021
  • The IRDAI issued Consolidated Regulations
  • The TRAI Extended the last date to receive comments counter comments on TRAI Consultation Paper on Licensing Framework for Satellite-based connectivity for low bit rate applications
  • The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC India recommended that  in a case of death due to alleged starvation, the Govt. of Jharkhand finally paid the recommended monetary relief of Rs. 1 to the NoK of the deceased for violation of human rights, as he had neither food nor the Ration Card.
  • The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, India in a case of food poisoning of 15 children in a government school in Maliguda, Odisha, directed payment of Rs. 8 lakh. Out of which Rs. 50,000 each has been paid to the 14 students who fell sick and Rs. 1 lakh to the mother of boy who succumbed to his illness. For negligence, 2 teachers were put under suspension and departmental proceedings initiated against them. The complaint was received about the incident on 20th Jan, 2018.
  • The Supreme Court E-Committee Finalizing Rules For Live Streaming of Court proceedings
  • The NCLT Benches to Switch Back To Virtual Hearings From April 12 Read the Order
  • The PIB released the PIB’S BULLETIN ON COVID-19 for 08/04/2021

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