COVID-19 cases surge in India: 6 states including Maharashtra, Kerala account for 87.25% of total active cases
India's total number of active COVID-19 cases was recorded at 1,68,627, comprising 1.52% of the total infections, the ministry said highlighting five states that account for 84% of the total active cases in the country
The number of people who have recuperated from the disease surged to 1,07,75,169, which translates to a national COVID-19 recovery rate of 97.10 percent
Ronnie Screwvala said he finds it 'hysterical' that people think it is safe to go to the movies' as if everything has 'magically went back to normal'.
The COVID-19 toll increased to 1,54,996 with 78 fatalities in the past 24 hours, the lowest figure recorded in the past nine months
Active COVID-19 cases remain below 2 lakh for twelfth straight day; 13,052 cases reported in past 24 hours
There are 1,68,784 active coronavirus infections in the country, which account for 1.57 percent of the total caseload, the official data stated
Monday, which was the third day of the inoculation drive in the country, also saw a record dip in the number of COVID-19 deaths
There are 2,08,826 active cases of coronavirus infection in the country which constitute 1.98 percent of the total caseload, the data showed
There are 2,14,507 active cases of coronavirus infections in the country, comprising 2.04 percent of the total caseload, official data stated
Ready for vaccine roll-out on 16 Jan, COVID-appropriate behaviour important even after inoculation: Health Ministry
India's drug regulator has approved two vaccines — Oxford-AstraZeneca's Covishield manufactured by SII and Bharat Biotech's Covaxin— for restricted emergency use and the Centre has said that the vaccine roll out will begin from 16 January.
Preity Zinta's said her family members, including mother and brother, had tested positive for Covid-19 last month but have recovered now.
The United States, with more than 22.2 million infections, leads the world with the highest number of infections recorded since the pandemic began
Centre emphasises need to curb proxies ahead of COVID-19 vaccination drive; free jab in Bengal, vows Mamata
The Central government said on Saturday that India will launch its COVID-19 vaccination drive from 16 January, and priority will be given to nearly three crore health care and frontline workers
Total fatalities have reached 1,50,999 with 201 more people succumbing to the disease in a span of 24 hours, the data updated at 8 am showed
The drill will be held at three-session sites of 736 districts across 33 states and Union Territories, the health ministry said in a statement. The Union health minister will visit Tamil Nadu on Friday to review preparedness and oversee the dry run
Ready for COVID-19 vaccine roll-out within 10 days of approval, says health ministry; Boris Johnson postpones India trip
Union health secretary Rajesh Bhushn also said that the Centre has not banned the export of any vaccines. The country's drugs regulator had on 3 January approved Oxford-Astrazeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, manufactured in India by Serum Institute of India, and Bharat Biotech's Covaxin for restricted emergency use.
No evidence vaccines won't work against UK strain, say experts as six new cases emerge; dry run successful, says Centre
According to the health ministry, the novel coronavirus impacted men more as compared to women with males consisting of 70 percent of all COVID-19 fatalities and 63 percent of the total cases recorded in the country
Coronavirus News Updates: Travellers who arrived in Nagaland after 20 Dec to undergo COVID-19 test, says state govt
Coronavirus News Updates: Nagaland recorded 14 new cases on Monday, taking its caseload to 11,911. The govt is implementing measures to prevent the spread of new COVID-19 strain that has been detected in the UK
Active caseload 2.78% of total COVID-19 cases, says Centre; 23,067 persons test positive in last 24 hrs
Continuing with the trend of the last 28 days, India has reported more daily recoveries than the daily new cases in a span of 24 hours, the ministry said
COVID-19 outbreak: Authorities race to trace, isolate UK returnees; new coronavirus strain found in Nigeria
As per the Centre's SOPs issued on Tuesday, passengers coming from the UK should undergo RT-PCR test and be isolated in a separate unit of an institutional facility if found positive
Eleven UK arrivals in Delhi found COVID-19 positive, health secy reviews status; Karnataka announces night curfew
The government had on Monday directed that all passengers coming from the UK on arrival at Indian airports should be tested main concerns over coronavirus strain spreading in Britain