Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that no nation can solve the Covid-19 crisis on its alone. “There hasn217;t been a pandemic like this in a hundred years. “Experience demonstrates that no nation, no matter how powerful, can handle a problem like this in isolation,” he stated at the CoWin conclave. “This pandemic has helped many people appreciate the underlying validity of this philosophy,” he added, adding that Indian civilisation views the entire world as one family. As a result, our Covid vaccination technology platform, which we call CoWin, is being readied to become open source.
According to data from the Union Health Ministry, India had 39,796 new Covid-19 cases and 723 deaths on Monday. In total, there are 3,05,85,229 instances in the country, with 2,97,00,430 persons recovering from the disease. There are currently 4.82 lakh active cases, with a total mortality toll of 4.02 lakh. In the previous 24 hours, Kerala has reported 12,000 new cases. More than a lakh active cases remain in Maharashtra and Kerala. Maharashtra has nearly 300 of the 723 deaths reported on Sunday. So far, 35,28,92,046 vaccination doses have been administered, according to the ministry.
According to government data, 6.77 crore doses, or nearly a fifth of all doses given since immunizations began on January 16, have been provided across India in just over two weeks after India returned to centralised procurement and delivery of Covid-19 vaccines.
The 6.77 crore doses provided between June 21 and July 3 reflect a 67 percent increase in immunizations over the previous 13-day period, which ran from June 8 to June 20. Since June 21, daily immunizations have averaged 52.08 lakh, up from 31.20 lakh in the previous 13 days, according to the data.