COVID-19 Live Updates: With the latest spike, the overall cases stand at 47,54,357 of which, 9,73,175 are active cases while 37,02,596 clients have been cured/discharged and moved.
Coronavirus cases in India: The recovery rate now stands at 77.88 per cent.
India’s Coronavirus count crossed the 47- lakh mark on Sunday with 94,372 new COVID-19 cases, as per the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
With the current spike, the overall cases stand at 47,54,357 of which, 9,73,175 are active cases while 37,02,596 patients have been cured/discharged and migrated.
1,114 deaths due to the virus were reported throughout the country on Sunday, taking the total variety of casualties due to Coronavirus to 78,586
The Indian Council of Medical Research notified that a total of 5,62,60,928 samples were tested approximately September12 Of these, 10,71,702 samples were checked on September 12.
The Union Ministry of Health and Household Well-being said that India’s COVID-19 recovery rate now stands at 77.88 per cent.
” India continues to report a high variety of recoveries surpassing 70,000 every day. 78,399 healings have actually been signed up in the last 24 hours in the country. With this, the total variety of recoveries has touched 3,702,595 taking the Healing Rate to 77.88 per cent,” said the Health Ministry in a statement.
Here are the Updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases:
COVID-19: With 1,292 brand-new cases, Assam’s tally reaches 1,41,763
Assam taped 1,292 COVID-19 cases on Sunday out of 15,515 checks carried out in the last 24 hours, said Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam Health Minister.
The overall number of cases is now at 1,41,763 consisting of 1,10,882 healings, 30,409 active cases and 4,69 deaths.
Meanwhile, with 94,372 brand-new COVID-19 cases in India, the nationwide coronavirus count reached over 47 lakh, as per the Union Ministry of Health and Family Well-being on Sunday.
COVID-19: Punjab reports 2,628 brand-new cases, 68 deaths
Punjab reported 2,628 brand-new COVID-19 cases and 68 deaths on Sunday, taking the overall number of cases to 79,679 in the state, the health department said.
” 2,628 brand-new COVID19 cases and 68 deaths reported in Punjab today, taking the overall variety of cases to 79,679,” the department informed.
Meanwhile, with 94,372 new COVID-19 cases throughout the nation, the national coronavirus count reached over the 47- lakh, as per the Union Ministry of Health and Household Well-being on Sunday.
With the current spike, the total cases stand at 47,54,357 of which, 9,73,175 are active cases while 37,02,596 patients have been cured/discharged and moved.
COVID-19: With 1,014 new cases, Jharkhand reports total 61,474 cases
Jharkhand reported 1,014 new COVID-19 cases, 1,509 recovered/ discharged cases and 11 deaths on Sunday, stated the State Health Department.
The overall cases in the state rose to 61,474 including 46,583 cases stated recovered and released and 555 deaths. Active cases stand at 14,336, according to the State Health Department.
Meanwhile, with 94,372 brand-new COVID-19 cases in India, the nationwide coronavirus count reached over 47 lakh, based on the Union Ministry of Health and Household Well-being on Sunday.
With the most recent spike, the total cases stand at 47,54,357 of which, 9,73,175 are active cases while 37,02,596 patients have been cured/discharged and migrated.
Coronavirus: Just Loaded Food In Parliament Canteen Dring Monsoon Session Amid Covid
Members of Parliament (MPs) will be provided jam-packed food in the canteen throughout the Monsoon session. This is among the numerous measures that are being taken in this session in the wake of the coronavirus.
In this context, a menu has actually been provided from the canteen of the Parliament. According to the menu, there will be various types of jam-packed breakfast in the canteen for the MPs.
At the very same time, they will have the ability to get 4 classifications of packed lunch, which include vegetarian food, South Indian, non-vegetarian, and combination meal. In addition, hygiene will be looked after in the canteen.
In the wake of coronavirus, hand sanitizer makers have been set up. Plans have actually been made to sanitise the canteen and its kitchen area.
The Monsoon Session of the Parliament is scheduled to begin on Monday and is slated to conclude on October 1. There will be no concern hour and personal members’ business during the monsoon session.