Coronavirus Live News Update: COVID-19 aggregates 2,95,10,410, of which 9,73,158 are active cases. During the same period, 3,921 deaths were recorded and the number of casualties was 3,74,305.
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Coronavirus Latest News Update: India Reported 70,421 New COVID-19 (New Coronavirus Infection) The worst case in 72 days, with a 24-hour period ending at 8am on Monday.The· COVID-19 (New Coronavirus Infection) The aggregate is 2,95,10,410, of which 9,73,158 are active cases. During the same period, 3,921 deaths were recorded and the number of casualties was 3,74,305.
According to the Ministry of Health, a total of 25,48,49,301 vaccinations have been given so far.
Haryana Government on Sunday Coronavirus Lock down for another week until June 21st, with some restrictions relaxed. The odd-even formula has been abolished and the state government has allowed all stores to open from 9 am to 8 pm. Restaurants and bars, including hotels and malls, are open from 10 am to 10 pm.
Karnataka will begin the unlocking process on Monday. COVID-19 (New Coronavirus Infection) With the exception of 11 districts, the number of cases began to decline in the states. According to government orders, restrictions have been relaxed from 6 am to 2 pm in 19 districts instead of the existing 6 am to 10 am.
However, in Chikmagalur, Shivamogga, Davanagere, Misuru, Chamala Janagar, Hassan, Dakshinakannada, Bengaluru Rural, Mandia, Belagabi and Coorg, the restrictions will be relaxed from 6am to 10am due to the still high cases.
The· Coronavirus The curfew in Goa was extended until June 21, with a 14% positive rate in the state, officials said. The curfew was first imposed on May 9 and has been extended several times since then. The state has gradually dropped to its current level after witnessing its positive rate reach 51%.
India records 70,421 daily cases, lowest in 72 days; toll crosses 3.74 lakh-Health News , Firstpost Source link India records 70,421 daily cases, lowest in 72 days; toll crosses 3.74 lakh-Health News , Firstpost