The Day 402 COVID-19 Report of India

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As per the Day 402 COVID-19 Report of India there are 3170228 active cases 15384418 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 208330 persons lost their lives in India till 29/04/2021.

New Delhi (ABC Live India): The Day 402 COVID-19 Report of India: Today was the 402 day of India’s Fight against Coronavirus: ABC Research Report.

As per the Day 402 COVID-19 Report of India there are 3170228  active cases 15384418 COVID-19 patients have been discharged and 208330 persons lost their lives in India till 29/04/2021.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released data, a total of 15,48,54,096 vaccine doses have been given till today.

On the testing of the capacity of India, the ICMR in its daily report on 29/04/2021 that a total of 28,63,92,086 have been conducted in India till 9 AM of 28/04/2021. Further, the ICMR reported that 19,20,107 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 29/04/2021

  • The Prime Minister's Office informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting to review the functioning of different empowered groups through video conference.
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare released COVID-19 Updates
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare stated that 15,48,54,096 vaccine doses have been given till today.
  •  The ICMR issued COVID-19 Testing Updates today
  • The Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers stated that HLL Lifecare Ltd, a Government of India owned company has ordered 4,50,000 vials of Remdesivir  from M/s Gilead Sciences Inc USA. and Egyptian Pharma Company, M/s Eva Pharma.  It is expected that Gilead Sciences Inc. USA will dispatch 75,000 to 1,00,000 vials in the next one or two days. Further one hundred thousand quantities will also be supplied before or by May 15. EVA pharma will supply approximately 10,000 vials initially followed by 50,000 vials every 15 days or till July.
  • The Ministry of Defence stated that Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh invokes special provisions & grants Emergency Financial Powers to Armed Forces to fight COVID-19 surge. Under these powers, Vice Chiefs of Armed Forces including Chief Of Integrated Defence Staff To The Chairman Chiefs Of Staff Committee (CISC) and General Officer Commanding-in-Chiefs (GOC-in-Cs) and equivalents of all three services have been given full powers, whereas Corps Commanders/Area Commanders have been delegated powers up to Rs 50 lakh per case and Division Commanders/Sub Area Commanders and equivalents have been delegated powers up to Rs 20 lakh per case. These powers have been devolved initially for a period of three months from 1st May to 31st July 2021. These are in addition to the emergency powers delegated to the Medical Officers of the Armed Forces last week.
  • The Ministry of Defence claimed that Cantonment Boards assisting civilian administration in fight against COVID-19 surge
  • The Ministry of Defence informed that As  part of the Armed Forces contribution to civil administration in combating the current COVID crisis, a 57 member naval medical team consisting of four doctors, seven nurses, 26 paramedics and 20 supporting staff has been deputed to Ahmedabad on 29 Apr 21. The team will be deployed at the 'PM Cares COVID Hospital', a special hospital set up to  manage the COVID crisis. The team is being deployed for two months period to begin with and the duration would be extended if required.
  • The Ministry of Finance claimed that Government of India to provide Rs 15,000 crore to States for Capital Expenditure
  • The Ministry of Commerce & Industry released the INDEX OF EIGHT CORE INDUSTRIES (BASE: 2011-12=100) FOR MARCH, 2021
  • The Ministry of Railways informed that Railway waives off charges for Covid testing and diet supplied during Covid related hospitalisation for Non Railway patients
  • The Ministry of Railways claimed that More Oxygen Expresses on the way to Haryana, MP, Telangana and UP
  • The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution claimed that Government Facilitating faster imports of key medical devices by relaxing the conditions for clearances under Legal Metrology (Packaging Rules 2011)
  • The Ministry of Civil Aviation have granted conditional exemption for drone deployment to the Government of Telangana. The drone usage permission has been granted for conducting experimental delivery of Covid-19 vaccines within Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) Range using drones.
  • The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting informed that the Council of Ministers met today to discuss the situation arising out of the second wave of COVID in the country.
  • The Ministry of Labour & Employment released the Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (2016=100) – March, 2021
  • The Office of Principal Scientific Advisor to GoI released Home care tips for managing COVID-19
  • The RBI issued Money Market Operations as on April 29, 2021
  • The Reserve Bank of India  released Bulletin Weekly Statistical Supplement
  • The RBI released the data of Sectoral Deployment of Bank Credit – March 2021
  • The Reserve Bank of India has today released Lending Rates of Scheduled Commercial Banks based on data received during the month of April 2021
  • The Reserve Bank of India has today released the data on External Commercial Borrowings (ECB), Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCB) and Rupee Denominated Bonds (RDB) both, through Automatic Route and Approval Route, for the month of March 2021.
  • The SEBI issued a circular on Timelines for updation of Scheme Information Document (SID) and Key Information Memorandum (KIM)
  • The IRDAI issued a circular on Additional time allowed for filing all returns due on 31st March, 2021
  • The Supreme Court Advises High Courts To Avoid 'Off The Cuff' Oral Remarks Which Can Be Damaging To Persons
  • The Supreme Court Asked Government of India  Whether It Intends To Frame National Policy On Admission Guidelines of COVID-19 Patients To Hospitals
  • The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court has taken suo motu cognisance of the back marketing of Remdesivir, an experimental drug used to treat Covid19
  • The Calcutta High Court on Friday expressed its hope that political parties, their candidates, and the supporters would adhere to the COVID-19 Protocols on counting Day (May 2) keeping in view the COVID-19 pandemic situation. Read the Order
  • The Kerala High Court asked For Effective Compliance With COVID Norms On Poll Counting Day Read the Order
  • The Madras High Court on Friday took note of the various measures put in place by the Election Commission of India (ECI) to ensure adherence to COVID-19 safety norms on May 2, when the votes cast in the recently concluded State Legislative Assembly elections will be counted. Read the Order
  • The Orissa High Court, Subordinate Courts To Remain Closed For Summer Vacations From May 3 To June 5 Read the Order
  • The PIB issued PIB’S BULLETIN ON COVID-19 today

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