Order of the High Court of Delhi in the matter of Shivleen Pasricha Vs National Capital Territory of Delhi & Others dated 31/05/2021.

A public interest litigation (PIL) was filed requesting for the regulation/capping the rate of High-Resolution Computerised Tomography (HRCT) test/ scan in the state of National Capital Territory of Delhi, specifically for patients having COVID-19 symptoms.

Order of the Madras High Court dated 31/05/2021 in the matter of D. I. Nathan Vs Government of Tamil Nadu & Others. The matter related to the charges for treating Covid patients in private nursing homes.

During the course of the hearing of the case, it was mentioned that the Public Health and Family Welfare Department in its order, May 22, 2021 had introduced the Chief Minister's Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme for all families where the annual income is less than Rs. 72,000/- per annum.

Order of the High Court of Tripura dated 31/05/2021 about handling of Coronavirus in the state.

Order of the Madras High Court in the matter of Suo Motu writ petition Vs Union Government of India & Others dated 20/05/2021. The matter related to steps taken by Tamil Nadu and Puducherry to combat COVID-19 pandemic.

Order of the Rajasthan High Court in the matter of Vijay Pathak Vs The State of Rajasthan dated 19/05/2021 regarding availability of the ventilators for COVID-19 patients in Rajasthan.

An application was filed before the Rajasthan High Court stating that ventilator beds in Hindaun city hospital for patients do not have operational ventilators.

Order of the Bombay High Court (Nagpur Bench) dated 19/05/2021. The matter related to availability of CSR funds with private sector companies in Vidarbha region with the aim to strengthen the health care system, especially in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Order of the Gauhati High Court in the matter of Lawyers Association, Guwahati Vs The State of Assam & Others dated 19/05/2021. The matter deals with measures taken by the Assam government to deal with COVID-19 pandemic situation.

With timely actions and sound policies, India can turn the COVID-19 pandemic—one of the greatest economic and social crises of our lifetime—into an opportunity to transform its economy and society.

Order passed by the High Court of Bombay at Goa in the matter of State of Goa & Others Vs Armando Gonsalves & Others dated 13/05/2021. The matter related to COVID-19 related casualties at the Goa Medical College due to lack of oxygen supply.

This third survey in the series shows that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact societies, not only in terms of health, but also social and economic conditions and day-to-day life. The PERC survey was conducted by phone with approximately 24,000 people across 19 Member States in five geographical regions between 5-19 February 2021.

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