Coronavirus News: Puri Rath Yatra to be held this year without devotees, only negative, vaccinated servitors allowed
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: A preliminary study conducted by the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) Delhi claimed that the presence of COVID-19 Delta variant (B1.617.2) is predominantly found even after getting a single dose or both doses of COVID-19 vaccine. The study included 63 people who got breakthrough infections; of which 36 patients received two doses, while 27 had received one dose of vaccine.
Ten patients received Covishield while 53 received Covaxin, of which 41 were males and 22 were females. "Our analysis included 63 cases of vaccine breakthrough infections for which the dates of vaccines could be ascertained, of which 36 patients received two doses, while 27 had received one dose of vaccine. Ten patients received AZD1222/Covishield while 53 received BBV152/Covaxin," the study read.
Here are the LIVE Updates of June 10:
2:55 pm: We took nearly 13,000 beds but their utilization was limited due to a sharp reduction in cases with over 10,000 vacant beds. We decided to let go of some beds: BBMP Commissioner on retuning beds to private hospitals: Gaurav Gupta, BBMP Chief Commissioner
2:50 pm: We had set up temporary facilities (crematoriums) to cater to the situation then, now deaths are in reasonable numbers, so they are being decommissioned. We're going ahead with regular crematoriums as number of deaths is b/w 40-50 every day: BBMP Chief Commissioner
2:35 pm: Those conducting tests have been asked to give only negative reports. Floating bodies in rivers prove that Bihar’s COVID death numbers are manipulated. Deaths are 10 times higher than they showed: Bhai Virendra RJD MLA
2:30 pm: Only COVID-19 negative and fully vaccinated servitors will be allowed to take part in the rituals: Odisha Special Relief Commissioner, Pradeep K Jena
2:25 pm: Puri Rath Yatra will be held this year following COVID restrictions, without the participation of devotees, only with servitors. Supreme Court guidelines, issued last year, to conduct the Rath Yatra will be followed: Odisha Special Relief Commissioner Pradeep K Jena
2:15 pm: Govt is committed to transparency in COVID vaccination programme & that's the reason it came up with a real time IT-based tracking of vaccine logistics up to beneficiaries through Co-WIN. Aim is to share the information with general public on regular basis: Union Health Ministry
2:00 pm: Important to note that Union Health Ministry is using E-VIN electronic platform for all vaccines used under UIP for more than six years now. Sharing of sensitive E-VIN data on stocks & storage, temperature requires the Health Ministry’s prior consent: Union Health Ministry
1:45 pm: Govt’s advice to States/UTs to obtain permission of Union Health Ministry before sharing E-VIN data & analytics related to vaccines stocks & temperature at which they are stored is solely to prevent any misuse of this data by agencies for commercial purpose: Union Health Ministry
1:30 pm: Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan dedicates to the nation, a 114-bed COVID Care Facility in Bhilai Steel Plant of SAIL in Chhattisgarh. This hospital is equipped with gaseous oxygen and has been set up after laying a pipeline of 1.5 Km for supply of gaseous oxygen from the plant.
1:15 pm: Delhi & Bengal govt were reprimanded by SC for providing incorrect info about children who were orphaned or whose parents died due to COVID. This info is also not available on Bal Swaraj portal.What else do you need than this mirror, Kejriwal & Mamta?: Union Min Prakash Javadekar
1:00 pm: For 15-20 days DMs monitored & prepared report of combined numbers(deaths).This is not 2-day work, report was prepared in 15-20 days & released y'day. Govt's intent is to reach out to (COVID) deceased's families& help them financially: Bihar HM on increase in COVID deaths' number
12:30 pm: We got to know from various sources that those who died (due to COVID) could be more in number. After consultations with stakeholders, State govt instructed dist admn to identify institutional deaths due to COVID: Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey on COVID deaths in the state
12:15 pm: Important indicator of these ties has been extensive cooperation b/w the 2 countries in dealing with COVID in areas of scientific research & health products supply: Foreign Secy at release of commemorative postage stamp on 70th anniversary of India-Germany diplomatic relations
11:50 am: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal inspects construction of 57 ton O2 storage tank near Siraspur. He says,"To ensure there's no O2 shortage in 3rd wave, we've set up O2 tanks at various places; two O2 generation plants with13.5 ton capacity to be set up too; 19 more O2 tanks to be launched
11:35 am: They have arrived too late. It (DGHS guidelines) should have come at least 2 months back. There is hardly any use of CT scan in paediatric patients except few circumstances: Dr Dhiren Gupta, Pediatric Intensivist at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
11:20 am: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal inspects construction of 57 ton O2 storage tank near Siraspur. He says,"To ensure there's no O2 shortage in 3rd wave, we've set up O2 tanks at various places;19 more O2 tanks to be launched soon& two O2generation plants of nearly 1350 tonnes to be set up"
11:00 am: Telangana | Vendors say they are expecting profit as market opening time extended to 5 pm in Hyderabad "As new market timing comes into effect from today, we are expecting more profit. People can choose flexible timings which will lessen the market rush," says a vendor
10:40 am: AirAsia Group Bhd has grounded around 90% of its fleet of more than 200 planes across Asia due to resurgence of COVID-19 outbreaks, an executive at its Malaysia unit said on Wednesday: Reuters
10:25 am: Nainital High Court directs Central Govt to provide an uninterrupted supply of life-saving medicines to Uttarakhand, the court also directs State Govt to organize dist-level campaigns for vaccination of weaker sections of society, who could not get vaccinated due to lack of an ID
10:12 am: Madhya Pradesh | Shops reopen in Bhopal as unlock comes into effect from today. Night curfew will remain in place from 8 pm to 6 am.
10:00 am: J&K | 8-months pregnant doctor continues to work amid COVID pandemic in Kathua. "This is my 8th month. A little stress is there but I have no problem working during pregnancy because right now, people are suffering due to shortage of doctors," Dr Shivani
9:45 am: India reports 94,052 #COVID19 cases, 1,51,367 discharges & 6148 deaths (highest in one day) in last 24 hrs, as per Health Ministry Total cases: 2,91,83,121 Total discharges: 2,76,55,493 Death toll: 3,59,676 Active cases: 11,67,952 Total vaccination: 23,90,58,360
9:20 am: Odisha reported 6097 new #COVID19 cases, 8032 recoveries and 44 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases 8,37,226 Total recoveries 7,64,673 Death toll 3167 Active cases 69,333
9:10 am: As per the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) guidelines, mask is not recommended for children of 5 years of age or below; children aged 6-11 years may wear a mask under supervision of parents and doctor.
9:00 am: According to the guidelines issued by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) for the management of #COVID19 among children below 18 years of age, Remdesivir has not been recommended and rational use of HRCT imaging has been suggested.
8:40 am: 37,21,98,253 samples tested for #COVID19, up to 9th June 2021. Of these, 20,04,690 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)
8:15 am: We live happily during normal days, without govt's help. After first lockdown we incurred losses, govt announced subsidized fertilizers but there was shortage & we were forced to buy from pvt outlets. Chemical spray is also costlier now: Srinivas, a flower grower in Holehonnuru
7:50 am: A preliminary study conducted by the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) Delhi claimed that the presence of COVID-19 Delta variant (B1.617.2) is predominantly found even after getting a single dose or both doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
7:40 am: Odisha: Bishnupriya Swain, a student in Cuttack picked food delivery work after her father lost job amid pandemic. "I was taking tuitions.During COVID students weren't coming to class. We were facing financial issues. I joined Zomato to support my education&family,"she said y'day
7:27 am: A total of 1,955 black fungus (mucormycosis) cases reported in the state to date. Of which, 114 infected patients have died. Currently, there are 1,301 active cases of black fungus: Andhra Pradesh Medical & Health Principal Secretary Anil Kumar Singhal
7:13 am: Chandigarh: Students studying at foreign universities welcome Centre's decision on reducing gap b/w 1st&2nd dose of Covishield for them. Some paid for accommodation & tuition fees. It won't weigh down on them. They can go when session begins: Yuvraj, who studies in Canada
7:00 am: Central team collected samples from river Ganga on June 1 in Buxar & on June 5 in Patna, Bhojpur & Saran to check whether bodies reportedly seen in & around the river contaminated river water. Samples sent to Lucknow. Report awaited: Scientist, Bihar State Pollution Board
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