Coronavirus Live Live Updates: In the last 24 hours, Maharashtra Police has received at least 348 more positive tests for the novel coronavirus, the police department said on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Latest Updates: In the last 24 hours, Maharashtra Police has detected at least 348 more positive tests for the novel coronavirus, the police department said on Tuesday. In addition, the total number in the force is 17,439, the ANI said.
The Covid-19 toll has risen from one to 177.
The Union Ministry of Health said that with 75,809 new Cowed-19 cases in India, the total number rose to 42,80,442 on Tuesday. The death toll rose to 72,775 with 1,133 more killed.
According to the latest figures released by the Ministry of Health on Tuesday, about 33,23,950 people have recovered from Kovid-19 so far, bringing India’s recovery rate to 77.31 per cent.
Mumbai’s Kovid-19 cases rose to 1,57,410 on Monday, while 1,788 others are testing positive for the infection, the BMC said.
India overtook Brazil on Monday to become the second worst-affected country by the COVID-19 epidemic, as national cases crossed the 4.2 million mark with 90,802 new cases.
According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of active cases in the country is 4,614 active cases, 2,50,429. Corrected and, including 1,6422 deaths.
According to Johns Hopkins University Tracker, there are 41,37,521 Covid-19 cases in Brazil and the United States has been the hardest hit with over 6.2 million cases.
In India, five states – Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh – accounted for 60 per cent of the total CIVD-19 cases, 62 per cent of active cases, and the total number of deaths due to the virus. 70 percent of the share.
Maharashtra tops the list with 21.6 per cent, followed by Andhra Pradesh (11.8 per cent), Tamil Nadu (11 per cent), Karnataka (9.5 per cent) and Uttar Pradesh 6.3 per cent.
The ICMR, meanwhile, said the total number of samples tested till September 6 was 4,95,51,507, including 7,20,362 samples tested on Sunday.
India in talks to join Covex plan:
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday said it was in talks with India to include Covex in the global vaccine distribution plan.
“India, like all the countries in the world, is definitely eligible to be a part of the Covex facility and discussions are underway,” said Bruce Alward, a senior WHO adviser. Quoted by saying With Writers.
“We would welcome Indian participation … India has extensive experience (with vaccines),” he added.
The WHO and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) vaccine alliance “is leading the Covax facility, which aims to assist in the purchase and distribution of vaccine shots against the novel coronavirus worldwide.” NDTV Reported.
The World Health Organization, UNICEF, the World Bank and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are key partners in the GAVI alliance, the report said.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) announced that it would lead the procurement and supply of coronavirus vaccines to ensure that all countries have access to safe, fast and equitable access to early doses.
UNICEF is the world’s largest single vaccine purchaser, purchasing more than 2 billion doses of different vaccines each year for routine vaccination and outreach response from around 100 countries.
Many vaccine candidates have pledged to lead efforts to purchase and supply a dose of COX-19 vaccine in collaboration with the United States agency, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Revolving Fund, for the CoVX Global Immunization Facility for 92. Low and lower middle income countries whose vaccine procurement will be supported by the method.
UNICEF tweeted on Saturday, “We are ready for a major new challenge: to lead the global supply of CoVID-19 vaccines and help end the worst phase of this epidemic.”
“UNICEF is the world’s largest single buyer of vaccines against diseases such as measles and polio, purchasing more than 2 billion doses each year from around 100 countries. Thanks to our supporters, we now have the experience and expertise to deliver a COVID19 vaccine to the world, “he said.
Metro services resumed across the country
Five months after being suspended due to the coronavirus epidemic, Metro services resumed Includes smiles and faces for social distances and passengers in a graded manner with strict COVID-19 precautions across the country.
The metros in the containment zones remained closed as per the Union Home Ministry’s ‘Unlock 4’ guidelines.
Metro in Mumbai, one of the cities affected by the epidemic, was also closed.
Union Minister Hadip Singh Puri had announced the resumption of Metro services on several routes from September 7.
Uttarakhand Minister positive
Uttarakhand Cabinet Minister Madan Kaushik has tested positive for Covid-19. Kaushik was admitted to the AIIMS on Sunday night after the antigen report came back positive. PTI Reported.
Although she had been completely alone since Saturday, after coming in contact with an infected person, she decided to enroll herself in the AIIMS after testing positive. Her sample has also been sent for RT-PCR test for double confirmation.
The minister, who is also the official spokesperson of the state government, has appealed to the party leaders and journalists who came in contact with him, asking them to get themselves tested for covid. Kaushik attended a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat last week.
To close Bangalore Covid-19 Care Center
The Covid Care Center at the city’s Bangalore International Exhibition Center, which is considered to be the largest facility in the country for the treatment of patients with asymptomatic and mild symptoms, will be closed from September 15 due to shortage of patients. PTI Reported.
The city’s civic body, Bruhat Bangalore Municipal Corporation (BBMP), in an order issued on September 4, said that the decision to close the facility with a potential capacity of 10,000 beds was taken in a meeting chaired by the Chief Minister on the advice of the Chief Minister. Gone. Head of the Covid Care Task Force.
It has been decided to provide furniture such as beds, mattresses, pedestal fans, dustbins, water dispensers to the government hospitals and hospitals free of cost.
The Social Welfare Department would get 2500 pieces of furniture for its hostels, while the Horticulture University Hostel at Bagalkot, the Minority Welfare Department Hostel and GKVK, Bangalore would get 1,000 each.
It said the rest of the furniture would be provided to government hospitals and hostels on request.
Official sources said that the number of people entering the center has come down sharply after the government’s decision to allow isolated Covid-19 cases to be isolated from the home.
With inputs from agencies