Coronavirus India updates: coronavirus india report covid-19 updates cases of 22 January 2021 friday

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The number of dead in the state has risen to 1,17,316. (Token picture)

Coronavirus India Updates: After the death of 15 more patients due to corona virus infection in Punjab, the number of deaths increased to 5,535 on Thursday, while 181 new cases of infection have been reported, the number of dead has increased to 1,17,316. This information is given in a medical bulletin here. The bulletin states that the number of Kovid-19 patients in the state is currently 2,343. In new cases of infection, 44 cases have been reported from Mohali, 35 from Ludhiana and 20 from Jalandhar. The bulletin states that a total of 227 people were discharged after recovering from infection, with which the number of cured people has increased to 1,63,438.

Here are the Updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases:

209 cases of Kovid-19 in Bihar, four people died

According to the news agency language, 209 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Bihar on Thursday and four more patients died. According to information received from the Health Department, one patient died in Bhojpur, Muzaffarpur, Patna and Saran districts during the last 24 hours in the state. So far 1468 people have died due to infection in the state.

Kovid-19 vaccine consignment reaches Bangladesh, Nepal from India

According to the news agency language, India sent 20 lakh doses of Kovid-19 vaccine to Bangladesh and one million doses to Nepal on Thursday under the aid grant and neighborhood first policy. At the same time, the commercial supply of the vaccine can be started from Friday with the vaccine being sent to Brazil and Morocco.

Soon 100% vaccination of health workers necessary to win from Corona: Gehlot

According to the news agency language, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has said that the risk of infection of the corona virus is not completely avoided, therefore 100 percent vaccination of health workers is necessary as soon as possible. He directed that the first phase of vaccination should be completed as soon as possible by increasing the number of vaccination sites in the state as per the instructions of the Government of India.

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