The cases of corona virus in the country have almost come to an end. Every day 4 to 5 thousand new cases are being reported. Now in the meantime, the West Bengal government has decided to extend the restrictions applicable to Kovid-19 in the state till March 31, 2022. The restrictions on movement of people and vehicles and public gatherings will continue between 12 am and 5 am, except on March 17, on the occasion of Holika Dahan.
At the same time, the Central Government told in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday that how many deaths have occurred due to corona in the country so far. According to the government, there have been a total of 5,15,355 deaths due to COVID-19 in the states and union territories till March 9, 2022.
West Bengal | #COVID19 restrictions & relaxation measures & advisory as already in force stands extended up to March 31, 2022.
Movement of people & vehicles, & public gatherings stand prohibited between 12am to 5am, except on March 17 on the occasion of ‘Holika Dahan’. pic.twitter.com/MMy1HdYZRl
— ANI (@ANI) March 15, 2022
According to information from the government in Parliament, Maharashtra (1,43,745), Kerala (66,374), Karnataka (40,004), Tamil Nadu (38,019), Delhi (26,139), Uttar Pradesh (23,485) and West Bengal (21,181) Kovid- Topping the list of deaths from 19.
The minister said that as per the information given by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), till February 21, 2022, a total of 16.29 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses were supplied by India to 98 countries. These vaccines were supplied by Indian manufacturers as grant-in-aid for commercial sale and through the COVAX (COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access) facility of vaccine alliance GAVI.
The Government of India has supplied vaccines/drugs as well as materials such as oxygen cylinders, ventilators, protective gear, thermometers, sampling tubes, swabs, IV fluids, syringes etc. to 65 countries through the Ministry of External Affairs. On India’s vaccine supply to various countries, MP K. Giving information about this while answering a question of Som Prasad.