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1-Maharashtra govt launches “Mission Oxygen Self-Reliance”- Maharashtra government has launched the “Mission Oxygen Self-Reliance” scheme to meet the state’s oxygen needs. Special incentives will be given to oxygen-producing industries under this scheme.
At present, the state’s oxygen generation capacity is 1300 MT per day. Units set up in Vidarbha, Marathwada, Dhule, Nandurbar, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg regions will be eligible for incentives up to 150 per cent of their eligible fixed capital investments and units set up in the rest of Maharashtra will be eligible for up to 100 per cent general incentives.
2- Haryana govt launches ‘Sanjeevani Pariyojana’ to treat COVID patients at home– Haryana government has launched an anti-Covid “Sanjeevani Pariyojana”, which will provide supervised and quick medical care at home for people, with mild to moderate symptoms of Covid-19, residing in rural areas.
3- Uttarakhand CM declared Vatsalya Yojana for children orphaned due to Corona– Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has announced Chief Minister Vatsalya Yojana for orphaned children who have lost their parents due to Covid-19.
Under the scheme, the State Government will make arrangements for their maintenance, education and training for employment up to the age of 21 years.
The Chief Minister said that such orphaned children of the state will be given a maintenance allowance of 3000 rupees per month.
4- IMF proposes $50 billion global vaccination plan- The International Monetary Fund has proposed a $50 billion global vaccination plan that would cover at least 40 per cent of the global population by the end of 2021 and at least 60 per cent by the first half of 2022.
The vaccination target requires additional upfront grants to Covax, donating surplus doses and free cross-border flows of raw materials and finished vaccines
5- UK launches plan for ‘Global Pandemic Radar- The United Kingdom will develop an advanced international pathogen surveillance network to identify Covid-19 variants and emerging diseases.
This Global Pandemic Radar will ensure the early detection of new variants and emerging pathogens, so vaccines and treatments needed to stop them can be rapidly developed.
Prime minister Boris Johnson announced the plans, ahead of the Global Health Summit hosted by Italy and the European Union (EU).