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Updated Sep 13, 2021 | 18:51 IST
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online holdem,The reason being that the Centre’s affidavit said deaths occurring due to poisoning, suicide, homicide and deaths due to accident, among others, will not be considered as COVID-19 deaths even if COVID- 19 is an accompanying condition. 

After petitioner and SC advocate Gaurav Kumar Bansal said it was irrational, unreasonable and illogical to exclude person who committed suicide after being infected by COVID, the Supreme Court bench led by Justice MR Shah also said it prima facie agreed with advocate Bansal’s argument and said that suicide cases related to Covid should also be considered. ,football betting sites in usa

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta assured that the court that the issue will be re-examined and will get back to court regarding this on September 23, the next date of hearing. ,dafabet app download english

live scores au,“Hon'ble Supreme Court of India while listing the case on 23/09/2021, apart from directing issuance of guidelines for ex-gratia payment has also directed Centre to look into the suggestions provided by me and to reconsider the non-inclusion of suicide deaths as Covid deaths for the purpose of getting ex-gratia assistance”, Bansal said. 

Bansal, by way of highlighting the research paper of NIMHANS as well as national mental health policy issued by the ministry of health and family welfare, Govt of India(annexed in his additional affidavit) that even NIMHANS terms suicide of persons who is covid19 as "covid19 suicide" hence, the non-inclusion of the same by union of India is nothing but irrational and as such needs reconsideration. ,livecor

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Centre has laid down guidelines for issuance of Covid death certificates which makes it easier for the family of those who died to get compensation which is being considered by the government and also smoothens the process for insurance cover.,gangwon fc

netflix casumo,According to the guidelines, those COVID-19 cases would be considered which have been diagnosed through RT-PCR test, molecular test, rapid-antigen test or clinically determined through investigations at a hospital or in-patient facility by a treating physician, while admitted at the hospital or in-patient facility. The next of kin of the deceased shall submit a petition to the district collector for issuing of the document, it said. 

ipl 20 result,The Centre in an affidavit said that the exercise which was in active consideration of the NDMA was at an advanced stage and requires a little more in-depth examination. 

free blackjack 888,"COVID-19 cases which are not resolved and have died either in hospital settings or at home, and where a Medical Certificate of Cause of Death (MCCD) in Form 4 and 4 A has been issued to the registering authority as required under Section 10 of the Registration of Birth and Death (RBD) Act, 1969, will be treated as a COVID-19 death, according to the guidelines. 

The Registrar General of India will issue necessary guidelines to chief registrars of all states and union territories in this regard. ,get skybet app

odds list,The guidelines state that in cases where the MCCD is not available or the next of kin of the deceased is not satisfied with the cause of death given in the MCCD and which are not covered by the aforesaid scenarios, states and union territories shall notify a committee at the district level. 

The committee would consist of an additional district collector, the chief medical officer of health (CMOH), an additional CMOH/ principal or head of the department of medicine of a medical college (if one exists in the district) and a subject expert, for issuing of the "Official Document for COVID-19 Death", the guidelines said. ,betfair alternative website

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