Downing Street said that following approval from Queen Elizabeth II, hundreds of additional people will be honoured for their contributions tackling the deadly virus on the frontline.
The clampdown comes as figures show a widespread growth of the epidemic across the country of between 4 and 8 per cent per day.
The Gupta-led group recommends more targeted measures that protect the groups most vulnerable to the deadly virus.
While most head teachers and teachers' unions are in favour of resuming classes as soon as possible, there are lingering concerns about the welfare of their staff, pupils and their families.
AMTZ is an enterprise under the government of Andhra Pradesh, dedicated to medical device manufacturing.
UKRI, NHRI backed projects include over 2 million pounds for academics to investigate why people from black, Asian, minority ethnic backgrounds have higher risk of developing severe COVID-19.
The team of "Bellbottom", including actors Vaani Kapoor, Huma Qureshi and Lara Dutta, will be travelling to the UK in August for a start-to-finish schedule.
PM is trying to walk a tightrope, persuading Britons that the country is ready for new outbreaks while also encouraging a return to shops, restaurants and workplaces to kick-start a moribund economy.
The UK Foreign Office Travel Advisory related to India remains unchanged as part of its wider advice for British nationals to avoid 'all non-essential international travel'.
Fans had partied outside Anfield on Thursday night and gathered on the waterfront the following evening to celebrate the Premier League championship despite the ongoing virus threat.
Lockdown restrictions are only being gradually eased in England, but the West Indies arrived on Tuesday for a tour in which the first test doesn't begin until July 8 under stringent protocols.
He stressed that progress had been made, with the number of new cases and of those critically ill COVID-19 cases falling.
By October, taxpayer contribution will fall to 60 per cent and employers will pay 20 per cent before the scheme closes at the end of the month.
At Premier League level, four individuals from three clubs were found to be COVID-19 positive in the testing round conducted on Monday and Tuesday, which included 1,008 tests.