Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said that India is soon going to be the largest vaccine producing country as more companies will get a production licence.
While India's fatality rate stands at 1.34 per cent, the daily positivity rate stands at 3.41 per cent, remaining below 5 per cent.
With India reporting 30,000-40,000 daily cases for the last few days, whether the country will experience a third wave or will it manage to avoid one depends heavily on individual responsibility.
UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid in a tweet said, "Please – if you haven't yet – get your jab, as we learn to live with, rather than cower from, this virus."
According to the official, the state has currently the infrastructure to administer more than 1.5 crore doses per month.
Haryana on Saturday reported one COVID-19 related death, taking the cumulative toll to 9,617, while 13 fresh infections pushed the total infection case count to 7,69,717.
On July 18 too, no death was recorded, while the city had registered 51 cases. Also on March 2 this year, the national capital had reported zero death due to the virus.
Right after the event, the donated material was sent from Hyattsville, Maryland to Sewa International's Atlanta, Georgia, warehouse in seven 18-wheeler trucks, it said.
The average test positivity rate (TPR) for the state in the last three days is 12.1 per cent while TPR is above 10 per cent in 11 districts with Malappuram district with the highest of 17 per cent.
Several markets in Delhi's Tilak Nagar area have been closed by the sub-divisional magistrate till July 27 following violations of COVID-19 protocols.