Donald Trump could be discharged as soon as Monday, says doctors
Union health minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday said that the NDA-led government plans to receive and utilise 400-500 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by July 2021 in India.
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According to the Union health ministry’s dashboard, India on Monday logged 74,442 Covid-19 cases and 903 related deaths which pushed the tally and death toll to 6,623,815 and 102,685 deaths respectively. The active cases have climbed to 934,427 whereas nearly 5.58 million people have recovered till now. The overall recovery rate stands at 84.13%.
As countries are ramping up their efforts to produce a vaccine against Covid-19 which will be effective and accessible to all, Union health minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday said that the NDA-led government plans to receive and utilise 400-500 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by July 2021 in India.
The vaccine will be distributed based on pre-decided priority and in a programmed manner and it will be appropriately controlled to avoid any diversion or black marketing, he added.
Meanwhile the global Covid-19 tally crossed 35 million with United States, Brazil and India being the worst-hit nations. United States President Donald Trump who tested positive for the infection on Thursday could be discharged to the White House as early as Monday, his medical team said.
Meanwhile, United States’ Covid-19 tally has climbed to over 7.6 million which includes 2,576,295 active cases, nearly 4.9 million recoveries and 214,610 deaths, as per worldometer figures.
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First published: Oct 05, 2020 05:56 IST