The Novel Coronavirus cases are once again rising in India, with new 45 cases reported on July 7. As per the Ministry of Union Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), the current active cases of Covid-19 stand at 1,455, from the previous 1,452. The death toll has increased to 5,31,912 with one death each reported from Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. The Covid case tally was recorded at 4,49,94,494.
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India witnessed a dip in the Coronavirus cases, after it recorded 2,109 fresh cases. With this, the active cases dipped to 21,406 from 22,742, confirmed the Union Health Ministry data on Wednesday. The COVID-19 tally now stands at 4.49 crore (4,49,74,909). Furthermore, the death toll climbed to 5,31,722 with eight fatalities. In addition, the active cases rate is at 0.8%, recovery at 98% and fatality rate at 1.18%.
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India has logged 7,178 new coronavirus infections, taking the active caseload to a dip of 65,683. As per the Union Health Ministry data, the death toll has increased to 5,31,345 with 16 deaths, which includes eight reconciled by Kerala, the data updated at 8 am stated. Furthermore, the daily positivity rate has been recorded at 9.16%, and the weekly positivity rate was pegged at 5.41%.
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Amid the rising cases of the Novel Coronavirus, the K Chandrashekar Rao-led Telangana Government started administering the booster dose to its citizens. People who are eligible for the third or precautionary dose could get Hyderabad pharma-manufactured Corbevax as the third dose, at state-run PHC, and Covid centers. The state government arranged 5 lakh doses and urged people to take the booster dose and help in combating the spread of… read-more
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India reported the highest number of Coronavirus cases, with 10,158 new cases in the past 24 hours. With this, the nation registered the highest number of active cases, 44,938, since June 2022, confirmed the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW.) With this, the daily positivity rate was at 4.42%, the active cases is 0.10%, recovery rate is at 98.71%, and fatality rate at 1.19%.… read-more
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Mansukh Mandaviya, the Union Home Minister, chaired a meeting with the concerned officials, amid the rising number of COVID-19. During the high level meeting, the Union Minister asked the state governments to conduct mock drilling at the hospitals and be battle ready for the next wave of the Novel Coronavirus. In 24-hours India registered 6,050 new cases of Covid-19, highest in the past 203 cases.
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Amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases in India, the BCCI issued a set of guidelines and advisories, to be followed. The decision came amid the ongoing Indian Premiere League (IPL) 16th edition, which started on March 31. One of the major pieces of advice in the guidelines is to give importance to precautions taken by players, to avoid the spread of the Novel Coronavirus.
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India's rising number of COVID-19 cases are raising alarming concerns to the administration and states. In the past 24 hours, India registered 5,335 new single day cases. With this active cases stood at 25,587. In addition, the number of deceased tally is at 5,30,929 with 13 deaths. With this positivity rate is at over 3%. Furthermore, the MHA released a set of COVID guidelines, asking people to be cautious.
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In a relief to lawyers. the Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud said that lawyers are free to appear virtually. The decision was taken amid the rising number of Novel Coronavirus. On April 5, the CJI Chandrachud said, "We saw newspaper reports on rising COVID cases. Lawyers can use hybrid mode. If you choose to appear online, we will hear you."
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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot On Tuesday tested positive for Covid-19. Congress leader took on Twitter to inform about his health and wrote that he has tested positive for coronavirus infection and has mild symptoms of the disease.] Gehlot further said that he will continue his work from his residence only and urged the public to be vigilant and follow the Covid-19 protocol. The Covid-19 cases are rising in India.
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