The Number of Reported Covid Cases in India Has Dropped to Its Lowest Level Since the Year 2020!
The Supreme Court of India will hear a case about the spread of Covid-19 in prisons across the country today. This case is being brought up on its own.
India had 89 new coronavirus infections on Monday, which is the lowest number of new infections since March 27, 2020. According to information from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the number of active cases has gone down to 2,035.
The total number of people who died in the Covid case was 5,30,726. In the last 24 hours, the number of active Covid-19 cases went down by 84. The number of people who have recovered from the disease has gone up to 4,41,48,472, and the number of people who have died from it has been put at 1.19 percent.
Monday was the first time since March 2020 that there were no new cases of Covid-19 in Delhi. According to information from the state health department, there are only 10 active cases. On Monday, there were no reports of anyone dying because of Covid. This month, the infection has caused only one death in Delhi, on January 9.
The state health department showed that as many as 931 tests were done in the national capital the day before. On Sunday, the city reported only one new case, and 0.5% of those cases were positive.
The Supreme Court will hear a case on its own about the spread of Covid in prisons. The Supreme Court of India will hear a case about the spread of Covid-19 in prisons across the country today. This case will be brought up on its own.
DCGI gives the Covovax vaccine from SII permission to be sold as a heterologous booster dose.
Official sources told PTI that on Tuesday, the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) gave the go-ahead for the Covid-19 vaccine Covovax to be sold as a heterologous booster dose for adults who have already had two doses of Covishield or Covaxin. The DCGI gave its approval after the Subject Expert Committee of the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation said it was a good idea (CDSCO).
“Prakash Kumar Singh, Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs at the Serum Institute of India (SII), had recently written to the DCGI for the approval of Covovax heterologous booster dose for those 18 years and older because the Covid-19 pandemic is getting worse in some countries,” an official source told PTI.
The government of Kerala has told people that they must wear face masks and use hand sanitizers in all public places, workplaces, and gatherings. In order from January 12, the state government also told stores, theatres, and people in charge of different events to make sure that people can wash their hands and use hand sanitizers. It also gave instructions on how to keep people from getting too close.
The Chief Minister’s Office spread the word on Monday about the state health department’s gazette notice, which went into effect right away. It said that the order would be in effect for 30 days.
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