COVID19
The Supreme Court on Monday said that no individual can be forced to get vaccinated and added that the current Covid-19 vaccine policy of the government is not arbitrary.

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Moneylife Digital Team 25 February 2022
In view of the substantial decline in the number of COVID cases, the Union Home Ministry on Friday asked states and union territories (UTs) to consider relaxing curbs for social, sports, entertainment, academic and religious events, as well as night curfew hours.

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IANS 01 February 2022
The Finance Bill has notified that income-tax shall not be charged on the amount received by a taxpayer for medical treatment from employer or from any person for treatment of Covid-19 during FY 2019-20 and subsequent years.

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IANS 21 January 2022
Cyber-criminals have allegedly stolen data of thousands of people in India, including health workers, from a government server (that has even been indexed in Google Search), which includes name, mobile number, address and Covid test results.

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Moneylife Digital Team 18 January 2022
Nineteen months after the announcement by none other than the prime minister’s office (PMO), ministries and departments under the Union government do not have any answer about receiving any funding from the PM’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM CARES) Fund.

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Moneylife Digital Team 18 January 2022
New COVID-19 cases in Mumbai seem to be stabilising, but in other districts like Bengaluru and Pune, cases are increasing during the current third wave, with higher daily new numbers.

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IANS 17 January 2022
The Centre has told the Supreme Court that it has not issued any Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for persons with disabilities to carry Covid-19 vaccination certificates for any purpose.

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Moneylife Digital Team/IANS 14 January 2022
Taking a serious view of the massive spike in COVID-19 cases in the past fortnight, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corp (BMC) has cracked the whip on 'unreported' home tests that prevent tracking of infected persons or their contacts.

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IANS 13 January 2022
In these panicky times of the pandemic, two persons from Mumbai and Thane this week got bizarre shockers on their Covid-19 infection status from a government lab, two private labs of a single company, and their status on the Centre's Aarogya Setu portal.

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Caroline Chen (ProPublica) 11 January 2022
On a visit to Hong Kong, ProPublica reporter Caroline Chen encountered a 21-day quarantine, a bevy of COVID tests, universal masking and, finally, a fear-free family holiday

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IANS 07 January 2022
the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has taken just eight days for India's daily cases to cross 1 lakh from 10,000. If you compare it with the second wave last year, it took Covid cases 47 days to reach the 1 lakh level from a tally of 10,000.

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IANS 07 January 2022
India registered a single-day rise of 1,17,100 new Covid cases, a significant rise from the previous day's 90,928 cases, in a span of 24 hours, said the Union Ministry of health and family welfare on Friday.

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IANS 03 January 2022
With 175 new cases of the highly-transmissible Omicron Covid-19 variant detected in last 24 hrs, India's tally on Monday rose to 1,700, with Maharashtra and Delhi continuing to be the worst-hit, said the Union Health Ministry.

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IANS 30 December 2021
Mumbai Police on Thursday issued prohibitory orders under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) for the city till 7 January 2022

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IANS 30 December 2021
A Covid-19 tracker, developed by UK's University of Cambridge, has predicted that India may soon see an intense but short-lived virus wave

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Moneylife Digital Team 29 December 2021
Corbevax, an unpatented vaccine for COVID-19 developed by Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine, has received emergency use authorisation (EUA) approval from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) to launch it in the country, with other underserved countries to follow suit.

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