It, however, has asked the authorities to delete the data once the vaccination process is completed.
They were speaking at a webinar “Covid-19 and Beyond: LGBTI in the Media” organised by the High Commission of India in association with India Writes Network.
Covid positivity rate at 7% after over 1.25 crore sample tests; 232 patients recover in a day
Andhra Pradesh has geared up to administer Covishield to healthcare workers under the first phase of nationwide Covid-19 vaccination drive beginning Saturday.
The inoculation drive is set to begin from Saturday with healthcare workers being the beneficiaries in the first phase.
On the eve of the roll-out, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan reviewed the preparations and visited the dedicated COVID control room set up at the Nirman Bhawan premises of the health ministry.
The chief minister acknowledged the receipt of 2,04,500 doses of the Covishield vaccine and also thanked the prime minister for making this vaccine available on priority to healthcare workers (HCWs).
Some health officials have been trying to find other solutions to ease the confusion and help senior citizens sign up
As many as 3,500 patients were discharged after treatment, pushing the tally of recovered people to 18,81,088.
Vaccination will start simultaneously from 161 centers across the state on Saturday morning. On the first day, over 16,000 health workers, 100 at each center, will be covered, they said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag off the first phase of the pan India roll-out of COVID-19 vaccination drive at 10:30 AM via video conferencing.
According to Dr Sathya Rajeswaran, Director in-charge, Siddha Central Research Institute, Chennai, the data was collected from confirmed COVID-19 cases admitted in GMC & ESI Hospital Coimbatore.
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Delhi government additional standing counsel Satyakam urged the court to give him time to take instructions on why the deductions were justified.
As on Thursday, Gujarat's COVID-19 tally stood at 2,54,314 cases, including 4,357 fatalities.