The rationale behind the report was the following:

Order of the High Court of Tripura dated 25/06/2021 regarding management of Covid-19 situation in Tripura.

The HC directed the state to cover as many as possible under vaccination programme as per the availability of vaccine doses with the state administration which would ensure maximum coverage of vaccination within the shortest possible time.

Order of the High Court of Meghalaya dated 23/06/2021 on making Covid-19 vaccination mandatory in the state, before he or she resumes their businesses.

The High Court directed that all shops/establishments/local taxis/auto-rickshaws/maxi cabs and buses should display prominently at a conspicuous place, a sign "vaccinated' in the event all employees and staff of the concerned shop/establishment are vaccinated.

Order of the High Court of Gujarat at Ahmedabad in the matter of Suo Motu Vs State of Gujarat dated 15/06/2021 regarding vaccination to combat Covid-19 in Gujarat.

The High Court directed the state of Gujarat to take all necessary actions to improve the health infrastructure in the state considering the "likelihood of third wave of pandemic by vigorously following testing, tracing and treatment".

Order of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh, Amravati dated 07/06/2021. The matter related to drugs for treating black fungus cases in Andhra Pradesh.

The court said that the drug (Liposomal Amphotericin B) allocated by the Union of India to Andhra Pradesh is not sufficient to treat the patients of black fungus.

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 Uttarakhand High Court on steps taken by the state of Uttarakhand to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.

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 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.

Order passed by the High Court of Judicature at Bombay in the matter of Sneha Nirav Marjadi Vs State of Maharashtra & Others dated 12/05/2021. The matter related to the steps taken by the state of Maharashtra to deal with COVID-19 pandemic. The High Court said that facts show that there is short supply of the drug Remdesivir.

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