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  1. How many are vaccinated, so far? Gujarat has been vaccinating health workers, frontline workers and citizens above 45 years of age through about 6,000 government and private vaccination centers across the state where over 1.16 crore doses of vaccines have been given. Till Tuesday, 95,11,122 were given the first dose and 21,11,484 got the second dose (fully vaccinated). https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/phase-3-vaccination-in-gujarat-all-you-need-to-know-7292702/
  2. VACCINATION COVERAGE https://dashboard.cowin.gov.in/
  3. VACCINATION COVERAGE https://dashboard.cowin.gov.in/
  4. Vaccination By State/UT https://dashboard.cowin.gov.in/ State/UT Today Total Maharashtra 72 1,65,28,367 Rajasthan 7 1,34,97,517 Gujarat 33 1,30,94,682 Uttar Pradesh 3 1,30,63,541 West Bengal 14 1,14,10,490 Karnataka 3 99,63,082 Madhya Pradesh 1 82,49,537 Kerala 0 75,77,314 Bihar 23 73,61,415 Andhra Pradesh 799 67,48,632 Tamil Nadu 4 62,11,178 Odisha 4 59,51,247 Chhattisgarh 18 57,15,543 Telangana 0 48,81,554 Haryana 0 39,26,539 Punjab 3 35,56,138 Delhi 0 35,08,053 Jharkhand 6 31,86,588 Assam 24 27,52,019 Jammu and Kashmir 0 25,03,880 Uttarakhand 0 21,49,463 Himachal Pradesh 0 19,20,969 Tripura 0 13,07,461 Goa 0 3,68,857 Meghalaya 0 3,14,897 Manipur 0 2,92,227 Mizoram 0 2,67,561 Arunachal Pradesh 0 2,57,058 Chandigarh 0 2,25,542 Sikkim 0 2,10,281 Nagaland 0 2,09,922 Puducherry 0 2,04,860 Ladakh 0 1,12,904 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 0 1,07,018 Daman and Diu 0 49,618 Dadra and Nagar Haveli 0 48,688 Lakshadweep 0 24,396
  5. https://www.news18.com/news/india/patients-turning-serious-in-3-4-days-havoc-in-vizag-new-ap-strain-might-be-15-times-more-virulent-3705638.html Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) has discovered N440K variant, that might be responsible for creating havoc in Visakhapatnam and other parts of the State, experts said. Though it is too early to conclude that the new variant, which is being called the AP strain, is behind the huge surge in some parts of state. The strain first discovered in Kurnool, is considered to be at least 15 times more virulent than the earlier ones, and may be even stronger than the Indian variants of B1.617 and B1.618, a report in The Hindu said. “We are still to ascertain, which strain is in circulation right now, as samples have been sent to CCMB for analysis. But one thing is certain that the variant at present which is in circulation in Visakhapatnam is quite different from what we have seen during the first wave last year,” District Collector V Vinay Chand, who is updated about the developments by senior doctors in the health department said.
  6. https://www.abplive.com/videos/states/recounting-on-harhua-seat-of-varanasi-1910011
  7. https://www.abplive.com/videos/states/bjp-and-sp-each-won-20-seats-in-gorakhpur-1910001
  8. Karnataka: 24 Patients Die In Chamarajanagar District Hospital Due To Oxygen Shortage Amid massive oxygen shortage and surge of COVID-19 cases across the country, at least 24 people have lost their lives in a span of just two hours at Karnataka's Chamrajnagar district hospital. It is being suspected that they succumbed due to a lack of oxygen supply in the hospital. This unfortunate incident took place at night between 12 am to 2 am. A total of 144 patients were admitted to the hospital. SC Directs Central Govt To Prepare Buffer Stock Of Oxygen For Emergency Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has directed the Centre to prepare a buffer stock of oxygen for emergency purposes in collaboration with states and decentralize the location of the stocks so that it is immediately available if the normal supply chain is disrupted. A three-judge bench headed by Justice D Y Chandrachud said the emergency stocks shall be created within the next four days and replenished on a day-to-day basis, in addition to the existing allocation of medical oxygen supply to the states. https://www.republicworld.com/india-news/general-news/karnataka-24-patients-die-in-chamarajanagar-district-hospital-due-to-oxygen-shortage.html https://www.republicworld.com/india-news/general-news/karnataka-24-patients-die-in-chamarajanagar-district-hospital-due-to-oxygen-shortage.html
  9. Thirupathi segment lo poll ayina votes 2.2 lakhs.......assume all votes goes to YCP, will TDP improve/retain last time polled votes in remaining segments? If not, then deep retrospection needed instead of DLMs - EVM, AVM, Bogus Votes, Voter deletion, etc,
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  12. India is running out of oxygen, Covid-19 patients are dying – because the government wasted time It took eight months to invite bids for over 150 oxygen generation plants costing just Rs 200 crore. Six months later, most still aren’t up and running. Early in the pandemic, it became clear that oxygen would be one of the most precious commodities in the battle against the virus. Yet, it took the Narendra Modi government eight months to invite bids for new oxygen generation plants. It seems unlikely that the delay in kickstarting the tender process was caused by a lack of funds: the outlay for 162 oxygen plants (12 plants seem to have been added later) is just Rs 201.58 crore. The money has been allocated from the PM-Cares corpus – the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations fund, which had received over Rs 3,000 crore in donations within four days after it was set up on March 27, 2020. Public health experts like him have argued that the pandemic is an opportunity for India to fill the glaring gaps in its healthcare systems, one of them being the absence of piped oxygen in district hospitals that cater to lakhs of people. “We have had tragedy after tragedy because of lack of oxygen,” Two hours after this article was published, the health ministry put out a series of tweets, confirming that most new oxygen plants were not functional. “Out of 162 PSA Oxygen plants, 33 have been installed,” it said. “By end of April, 2021, 59 will be installed. By end of May, 2021, 80 will be installed.” It is likely the ministry meant a total of 80 plants will be installed by end of May – less than half the number of new sanctioned plants – because the numbers would otherwise add up to 172 plants. https://scroll.in/article/992537/india-is-running-out-of-oxygen-covid-19-patients-are-dying-because-the-government-wasted-time
  13. Health Ministry Releases Tender To Import Medical Oxygen: Report New Delhi: As India is facing an acute shortage of oxygen supply at hospitals, the government on Wednesday released a short-term global tender to import 50,000 metric ton of Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO). The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has floated this global tender through HLL Lifecare, which is a government enterprise. The global tender will be opened on April 28 and the delivery schedule will be reckoned from the date of opening of the letter of credit (LOC). https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/health-ministry-releases-tender-to-import-medical-oxygen-report-2419122?amp=1&akamai-rum=off
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