India Covid-19 Update, Registers 18,313 New Cases With 56 Deaths
India registered 18,313 new Covid-19 cases, with 56 deaths and 20,742 recovered cases in the past 24 hours. On July 27, the Union Ministry of Health & Family Welfare confirmed new cases, at 8:00 am, taking active cases at 1,45,026, death toll at 5,26,167 and recovered cases at 4,32,67,561. In addition, in the past 24 hours, 2,68,10,586 doses were administered, taking the overall Covid-19 doses tally to 202.79 crores.
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India Covid-19 Update, Registers 20,279 New Cases With 36 Fatality
India reported 20,279 new Covid-19 cases, with 36 fatalities, as confirmed by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. On July 24, the ministry reported an increase of 2,100 active cases, taking the tally to 1,52,200 and fatalities at 5,26,033. Moreover, the active cases rate is at 0.35%, and the recovery rate with 18,143 new recoveries is 98.45%.India administered 28,83,489 doses, taking tally at 2,01,99,33,453.
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WHO Warns Of COVID-19 Rise In 110 Countries, Says Pandemic Not Over
The World Health Organisation (WHO) warned of rising Covid-19 cases in 110 nations, on June 30. The officials at WHO said, "This pandemic is changing but it's not over. Our ability to track the #COVID19 virus is under threat as reporting and genomic sequences are declining meaning it is becoming harder to track Omicron and analyse future emerging variants." Furthermore, the WHO asked nations to be prepared for another wave.
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India Reports 2,828 New Covid-19 Cases, 14 Deaths In 24 Hrs
India registered 2,828 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, taking the overall tally to 17,087 till May 29. Furthermore, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) also confirmed 14 deaths and 2,035 recoveries. With this, India has 4,26,11,370 recoveries and 5,24,586 deaths. In addition, a total of 84.97 crores of Covid-19 tests have been done and approximately 193.28 crore vaccine doses have been given till date.
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Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
IndiGo Suffers Huge Loss In Q4 2022 Amid Omicron Variant
Airlines IndiGo suffered a huge net loss of Rs 1,681 crore in the quarter ending March, said company on May 25. The airlines' Q4 loss was said to be 46.6% close to Rs 6,161 crores, more compared to the loss in 2021, which was Rs 5,806 crores. Notably, Covid-19's Omicron variant and deduction in travel demand was one of the major reason behind the loss.
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Courtesy: Press Trust of India
Numaish 2022 Fair To Resume From Feb 25 At Nampally Ground: Telangana
The annual event of Hyderabad, All India Industrial Exhibition, also known as Numaish 2022 will resume from February 25. The one-month fair will continue till March 31. The timings will be from 10 pm to 4 pm on regular days, and till 11 pm on public holidays. A total of 1,600 stalls by traders across India will be put up. Furthermore, City Traffic Police issued traffic advisory for Numaish.
Tags: Numaish 2022, Hyderabad, All India Industrial exhibition, omicron, annual event
Courtesy: The Hindu
Norway Drops Almost All Covid-19 Restrictions
In view of the declining COVID-19 cases, Norway has decided to remove all Covid-19 restrictions including wearing a mask and keeping 3 feet social distancing. PM Jonas Gahr Støre on February 12, made the announcement to lift most of the Covid-19 restrictions but few restrictions will remain for the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. "The Omicron virus causes far less serious illness and we are well protected by vaccines," said PM.
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Greece To Start Welcoming International Tourists From March 1
Greece will officially welcome international tourists from March 1, instead of mid-April. Amid Omicron infections, Greece managed to welcome international travellers. The tour operators and airlines are urging for a 30-50% hike in travel bookings. As per reports, one in four euros in the country’s economy comes indirectly or directly from tourism. Notably, Greece welcomed more than 7.2 million tourists in the January to November period of… read-more
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New Yorkers Ditch Masks As COVID-19 Cases Dip
New York Governor, Kathy Hochul, announced the state would drop its mask mandate for most businesses. “Here we are back from our pandemic sabbatical,” said a Chief Executive Officer. However, masks will stay on for schoolchildren, hospital workers and nursing home residents. The daily cases dropped from 43,604 on January 4 to 1,906 on February 6. Meanwhile, daily hospitalizations dropped to 104 from around 1,000 in the city.
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Next Variant After Omicron Can Be More Contagious: WHO
The Health experts have warned that the next Covid-19 variant will be more transmissible. The next variant could more easily evade immunity, rendering vaccines less effective. The pandemic is far from over and future variants will be in some way more virulent than Omicron is now, added WHO member Dr. Maria. Notably, the world may see seasonal patterns for infection surges as the coronavirus is a respiratory pathogen.
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