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Covid: High caseloads, but Maharashtra, Rajasthan & Bengal scale down testing

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Haryana health minister Anil Vij tested positive for Covid-19. Vij has been admitted to Civil Hospital Ambala Cantt. Vij tweeted, “I have been tested Corona positive. I am admitted in Civil Hospital Ambala Cantt. All those who have come in close contact to me are advised to get themselves tested for corona.” The minister was administered a dose of Covaxin last month as part of the third phase of the trial. He volunteered to be the first volunteer for the third phase trial of Covaxin. Covaxin is being indigenously developed by Bharat Biotech with ICMR. Bharat Biotech said phase 3 trials would involve a total of 26,000 people. Watch the full video for more.

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Maharashtra Maharashtra State in Western India

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With the BJP facing setbacks in the Maharashtra Legislative Council polls, its leader Devendra Fadnavis on Friday said his party failed to gauge the combined strength of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) allies. He said the party will analyse the poll results and prepare for the next election in a better way. In a setback to the opposition party, MVA candidates have so far won three out of five constituencies- three graduates' and two teachers'. Elections for these five seats along with one local bodies seat were held on December 1. Maharashtra Cabinet Minister Nawab Malik said BJP should face reality. Watch the full video for more details.

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Rajasthan Rajasthan State in Northern India

CM Gehlot accuses BJP of conspiring against his government

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Stringent action to control COVID infection: CM Gehlot [Video]

Stringent action to control COVID infection: CM Gehlot

Reviewing the coronavirus situation in Rajasthan's Jaipur and Jodhpur, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that to break the chain of corona infection in the state, it is necessary to take strict action against those who violate the health protocols and endanger the health of others. He said that steps such as daytime curfew in more transitioned areas could also be considered to protect the health of the public, if necessary, to ensure compliance with rules of wearing masks, social distancing. CM also instructed the officials to take strict action like sealing of ceremony sites and establishments on the violation of health protocols. The Chief Minister said that people with symptoms of cough-cold and fever should be thoroughly screened. The District Collector should issue orders for the compliance of the quarantine rules for the patients in home isolation and their close contacts. CM Gehlot also stressed to increase the number of COVID tests. He said that the number of positive cases may increase with the increase of tests, but it will help to break the chain of infection. After identifying and curing infected individuals, infection can be prevented from spreading.

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