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COVID-19: With 15,102 new cases, India’s active caseload falls to 1,64,522
India

COVID-19: With 15,102 new cases, India’s active caseload falls to 1,64,522

The health ministry in its daily bulletin stated that the daily coronavirus infections have remained below one lakh for 17 consecutive days

India records 30,615 new COVID-19 infections, 514 deaths in 24 hours; active cases see further dip
India

India records 30,615 new COVID-19 infections, 514 deaths in 24 hours; active cases see further dip

The health ministry has stated that the daily positivity rate is now 2.45 per cent while the weekly positivity rate is 3.32 per cent

India logs 67,084 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours; positivity rate down to 4.44%
India

India logs 67,084 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours; positivity rate down to 4.44%

The current active coronavirus caseload currently stands at 7,90,789 and the national recovery rate is 96.95 per cent

India logs 71,365 new COVID-19 cases, 1,217 deaths; active cases below 9-lakh mark
India

India logs 71,365 new COVID-19 cases, 1,217 deaths; active cases below 9-lakh mark

The active caseload comprises 2.11 per cent of the total infections, while the national coronavirus recovery rate has improved to 96.70 per cent, said the health ministry

India reports 67,597 new COVID-19 cases, positivity rate falls to 5.02%
India

India reports 67,597 new COVID-19 cases, positivity rate falls to 5.02%

The active coronavirus infections have declined to 9,94,891, comprising 2.35 per cent of the total, said the health ministry in its daily bulletin

Mansukh Mandaviya to meet state health ministers today, will discuss status of COVID-19 vaccination
India

Mansukh Mandaviya to meet state health ministers today, will discuss status of COVID-19 vaccination

The meeting comes on the heels of the country achieving the milestone of administering 100 crore vaccine jabs on 21 October

West Bengal announces lockdown from today: Public transport to be shut, markets to be open from 7 am to 10 am
India

West Bengal announces lockdown from today: Public transport to be shut, markets to be open from 7 am to 10 am

The curbs were announced a day after the state registered its highest single-day spike of 20,846 fresh cases, taking the total tally to 10,94,802

Chhattisgarh extends lockdown in Raipur till 31 May, but allows shops to remain open till 5 pm
India

Chhattisgarh extends lockdown in Raipur till 31 May, but allows shops to remain open till 5 pm

On Sundays, only petrol pumps, hospitals, medical establishments, medicine shops, PDS shops will be allowed to function, an officia said

Maharashtra to divert 3 lakh Covaxin doses for 18 to 44 age group to those above 45 due to shortage
India

Maharashtra to divert 3 lakh Covaxin doses for 18 to 44 age group to those above 45 due to shortage

State Health Minister Rajesh Tope also said over five lakh people above 45 years are awaiting the second dose of Covaxin in Maharashtra

COVID-19 update: 'Beg, borrow or steal but provide oxygen', Delhi HC tells Centre; fresh curbs in Maharashtra
India

COVID-19 update: 'Beg, borrow or steal but provide oxygen', Delhi HC tells Centre; fresh curbs in Maharashtra

India saw another record high of 2,95,041 new COVID cases and 2,023 deaths on Wednesday, and the oxygen crisis appeared to have intensified with complaints of shortage from several states

COVID vaccine: Centre claims India fastest country to administer 13 crore doses as nation reports 2.95 lakh new cases
India

COVID vaccine: Centre claims India fastest country to administer 13 crore doses as nation reports 2.95 lakh new cases

According to the health ministry, the US took 101 days to administer 13 crore doses of the vaccine, while China took 109 days to cross the same number

Coronavirus Updates: Uttar Pradesh to vaccinate all over 18 years for free from 1 May, announces Yogi Adityanath
India

Coronavirus Updates: Uttar Pradesh to vaccinate all over 18 years for free from 1 May, announces Yogi Adityanath

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: The decision was taken at a Cabinet meeting chaired by the chief minister. Adityanath said that the state will bear the cost of its free vaccination programme entirely