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Coronavirus live March 10 2021 live update

The Principal Secretary to PM Modi, Shri PK Mishra has directed the States / UTs to expand the capacity of vaccine administration to operate vaccination centers.

According to a release issued by the Ministry of Health, Drs. Mishra said that there should be convenient registration of beneficiaries and this should be done by maximizing the slots available on co-win with all immunization centrifugal for to 4 weeks.

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Here are the latest updates:


Maharashtra Creates 7-point action plan to control the spread of COVID-19

To investigate the spike in COVID-19 cases, the Maharashtra Health has formulated a seven-point action plan, which includes close contact testing, rapid contact-tracing, large-scale testing in hot-spots and audit of deaths.

Principal Secretary of Health Department, Dr. According to Pradeep Vyas's letter of 3 March, all the district administration has been directed to take action on these points immediately.

The action plan also includes strictly adhering to guidelines on social, political and religious ceremonies and involving civil societies and religious leaders to motivate people to adopt COVID-19-appropriate behavior.

COVID-19 cases have been increasing in Maharashtra since the second week of February.


Aurangabad police to collect fine from masked violators

Aurangabad city commissioner Atik Kumar Pandey on Wednesday authorized city policemen to impose fines on masked wearers in Maharashtra.

Till now, the teams of the civic body of the city were charging a fine of Rs 500 from those who did not cover the face.

The official said that the city commissioner, in an order issued on Tuesday, also authorized the city police to collect fines from those who violate the mask rules.

He said that 50 percent of the total fine recovered by the police will go to the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation and the rest will be deposited in the Police Welfare Fund.

Another official said that with 550 new cases of coronovirus on Tuesday, the number of infections in the district reached 53,907.

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India's recovery is more than .09 crores

The Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday that India's COVID-19 tally rose to 1,12,62,707 with 17,921 fresh cases a day, while the recovery was 1.09 crore.

According to data from the ministry, the death toll rose to 1,58,063 with 133 new deaths being updated at 8 am.

The number of active cases decreased to 1,84,598, which now includes 1.64 percent of the infection count.

The data said that the number of people suffering from the disease has risen to 1,09,20,046, which is the national COVID-19 recovery rate of 96.96 percent, while the case fatality rate is 1.40 percent.


Alaska became the first US state to open vaccines to nearly all

The government stated that Alaska became the first state to waive eligibility requirements for COVID-19 vaccines and that anyone 16 or older lives or works in the state to vaccinate.

Mr Dunleavy made the announcement after his own fight with COVID-19, which he described as an inconvenience and said that underscored his desire for vaccination. He said he did not become seriously ill, but did not want to be “re-homed,” affecting his family or possibly spreading the virus to others.

He described expanding eligibility for vaccines in Alaska as a “game changer”, especially with the summer tourist season booming and the state looking to rebuild its epidemic economy.

He said that he respects those who do not want to be vaccinated and abandons their personal experience for those dull vaccinations. “I would ask that you give some reasonable consideration,” the Republican said.

Dr. Anne Zinck, the state's chief medical officer, said officials were looking at open vaccine appointments and wanted to allow as many people as possible to get a vaccine as a vaccine. He added that more appointments would be added as the vaccine is moved around the state and additional doses come.

“It feels in so many ways that we can get to the point where we can provide protection to those who want it in the state,” Zinc said during a news conference with Mr. Dunley.

According to the Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker, Alaska has given states two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine in percentage of its population.


Australia to complete vaccination program by October

The speed of Australia's COVID-19 immunization drive is not cause for concern and the vaccination program will be completed by the end of October, officials said on Wednesday, as more than 100,000 first-dose administrations in the country ended.

Australia began vaccinating its 25 million population last month, but the vaccination campaign is running behind schedule as officials slowed vaccination because two elderly people were inadvertently given four times the recommended dose.

Health Secretary Brendan Murphy told reporters, “This is not a race, we have no burning platform in Australia. We are taking it as quickly and carefully and safely as possible.”

“We are not like the US or the UK or other countries in the world where they have found people dying in hospital. We can take our time, set up our systems, do it safely and carefully, we can do our rollout. Are expanding. Every day. “

Murphy said that the country would end the timely vaccination program by the end of October despite the initial vaccination as CSL Ltd expected to reach 1 million by the end of March when CSL Ltd starts producing AstraZeneca supplements locally.

Australia has received approximately 54 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, which Murphy calls a “workforce vaccine for Australia”, with 50 million produced locally.

Vaccine safety

Kovaxin phase-2 test shows vaccine safe

Covaxin, India's indigenous COVID-19 vaccine, showed improved immune response as well as improved responsiveness (response symptoms) and safety results in phase 2 trials, interim results that are now published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases .

The vaccine demonstrated an interim clinical efficacy of 81% in its subsequent Phase 3 clinical trial, covaxin manufacturer Bharat Biotech said a few days after publication. Developed in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), it is a two-dose vaccine, given 28 days apart.

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Wear a mask properly or get off the plane: Delhi HC

Flight passengers who insist on wearing their masks properly can now be flown immediately or placed on the “no-fly” list, as per the new guidelines issued by the Delhi High Court.

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“It is clarified that masks should be worn according to government instructions, covering the nose and mouth, and should not be worn only under the mouth or under the chin,” Justice C Hari Shankar ordered


No immediate lockout in Mumbai: BMC

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Commissioner Iqbal Chahal said on Tuesday that despite the increase in cases of COVID-19, the situation in Mumbai is under control and there is no need to impose lockdown anymore.

According to civil authorities, the spike in cases is the result of increased daily testing. BMC has tested significantly in the 11,000 to 15,000 tests conducted in January which is currently over 20,000. 23,000 COVID-19 tests were conducted by the civic body on Monday.


Do not take tremendous steps on school fees row, HC tells government

The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday directed the state government not to take any drastic action against members of the Association of India Schools affiliated to the CBSE and ICSE for violating the government's order so that the schools do not collect more than 70% Be asked to do. Tuition was charged for the previous academic year.

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Centre no. For special classification of attorneys for the purchase of vaccines

The Center on Tuesday informed the Delhi High Court that it is not desirable to create a special classification of lawyers to get priority in Kovid-19 vaccination.

“The term frontline worker is used only for citizens who should be directly in contact with Kovid-infected patients,” the center said.

Last week, the High Court asked the Center to respond to the issue of immunization of members of the judiciary, staff / staff working in the courts, as well as the priority of advocates and without the limitations of their age or physical condition.

()With input from our correspondents and agencies)



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