COVID-19 cases rise to 49,391; death toll touches 1,694

COVID-19 cases rise to 49,391; death toll touches 1,694

The death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 1,694 and the number of cases climbed to 49,391 in the country on Wednesday, registering an increase of 126 deaths and 2,958 cases in the last 24 hours, the Union Health Ministry said. The number of active COVID-19 cases is 33,514. A total of 13,160 people have recovered and one patient has migrated, it said. "Thus, around 28.71 per cent patients have recovered so far," a senior health ministry official said. The total number of cases include 111 foreign…
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VADODARA: Mobile accessories dealer converts to vegetable e commerce: VMC officials approve hisvfly by night idea

VADODARA: Mobile accessories dealer converts to vegetable e commerce: VMC officials approve hisvfly by night idea

Even during the pandemic situation across the country, their are some opportunist who are trying to take the advantage of this situation. And even the authorities without understanding the wasted interest of these people are supporting them blind folded ly. One such incident was exposed by The Ahmedabad Buzz ,which happened at Vadodara. The official fb page of VMC -Vadodara Municipal Corporation posted a graphic with logo of VMC and Yadi Mart, which promised hygeinic vegetables at the doorsteps in selected areas of Vadodara. The journalist of…
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1074 patients recovers from corona in India

1074 patients recovers from corona in India

In the ongoing war against the Corona epidemic, the country has achieved great success on two fronts. In the last 24 hours, 1074 people have recovered. This is the highest figure yet. Our recovery rate has increased to 27.52 percent. Not only this, the doubling rate has also increased to 12. The dabbling rate before the third phase of the lockdown was 3.4. That is, in 12 days, the corona cases are doubling. This information has been given by Luv Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health. Aggarwal…
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Long queues for Alcohol after relaxation

Long queues for Alcohol after relaxation

Long queues were witnessed outside wine shops in several states, as the sale of wine has been permitted by the govt, except in the containment zones. After long queues outside liquor shops in the national capital took social distancing norms for a ride, the Resident Welfare Associations (RWA's) in the city have urged the government to immediately close down all liquor vends and review arrangements. Union Health Minister Dr Harshvardhan said the situation of India is bettern than rest of the countries of the world. Doubling rate…
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24 Tests For A COVID-19 Case, India’s Rate Not Low: Centre

24 Tests For A COVID-19 Case, India’s Rate Not Low: Centre

The centre on Thursday rejected Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s allegation that the rate of coronavirus testing in India is low, and said as many as 24 people are being tested for one positive case to be found, which is more than several developed countries. “In countries like Japan, one out of 11.7 tests turn out to be positive, which is among the highest in the world. Italy tests 6.7 persons for one positive test while the USA tests 5.3 persons and the United Kingdom 3.4,” ICMR’s Dr…
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Coronavirus latest updates: 14,378 cases in India with 480 deaths

Coronavirus latest updates: 14,378 cases in India with 480 deaths

I am proud of Maharashtra and the city of Mumbai, that this is a state which has done more number of tests than any state in India.''The more you test, the more number of cases you will pick up.''If you do not do the tests, then you are groping in the dark.' Dr Sanjay Oak heads the nine-member medical task force for Maharashtra that was very recently instituted to help Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and his government conquer COVID-19. Dr Oak is a pediatric surgeon and laparoscopy specialist, with…
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24 Tests For A COVID-19 Case, India’s Rate Not Low: Centre

24 Tests For A COVID-19 Case, India’s Rate Not Low: Centre

The centre on Thursday rejected Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's allegation that the rate of coronavirus testing in India is low, and said as many as 24 people are being tested for one positive case to be found, which is more than several developed countries. "In countries like Japan, one out of 11.7 tests turn out to be positive, which is among the highest in the world. Italy tests 6.7 persons for one positive test while the USA tests 5.3 persons and the United Kingdom 3.4," ICMR's Dr…
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