New Delhi. New cases are on the rise in the country amid fears of a third wave of corona virus infections. According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), in the last two hours, 092 new cases were reported in the country, while 509 Is dead. At the same time, 35,181 people have been exempted. According to the ministry, there are currently 3,89,583 active cases in the country, 3,20,28,825. People have been released and 4,39,529 have died. The ministry said there are currently 3,28,57,937 confirmed cases of corona in the country. Of these, 1.15% were active, 97.51% were discharged and 1.34% died. On the vaccination front, the ministry said on Wednesday that more than 660 million doses of the Covid-1 anti-vaccine had been given in the country so far.
On Wednesday, 81,09,244 doses of the Covid-1 anti-vaccine were given. Since then, 66,30,37,3 people have been vaccinated. A total of 25,89,65,198 people aged 18-44 received the first dose, while 2,97,99,597 doses have been given in various states and union territories since the start of the third phase of vaccination, the ministry said.
Mandabia reviews Karnataka, Tamil Nadu amid rising cases in Kerala
Amid a growing case of Kovid-1 of in Kerala, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandabia on Wednesday said adequate measures should be taken to curb the spread of the interstate state of the infection. He called on Karnataka and Tamil Nadu to speed up vaccination in border districts. In a telephone conversation with the health ministers of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, Mandabia reviewed the Kovid-1 situation in the state, the health ministry said in a statement.
Due to the growing number of cases in Kerala, the Union Health Minister has discussed issues related to Covid-1 management in the bordering Karnataka and Tamil Nadu regions. Highlighting the need for adequate measures to curb the inter-state spread of Kovid-1 infection, Mandabia called on the concerned health ministers of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu to expedite vaccination in the border districts of Kerala.
It said the Indian government was at the forefront of tackling the coronavirus epidemic. The five-point vaccine (including identification, detection, treatment and covid appropriate behavior) is an important component in combating the epidemic, the statement said. Meanwhile, Mandavia has reviewed the supply and availability of essential medicines related to Kovid-1 to the country.
A statement from the Ministry of Health said that during the review period it was found that adequate stocks of all the required medicines were available. The raw materials of these medicines are also available in sufficient quantity. Strategic buffer stocks have been created for eight drugs and they are all available in the country, the statement said. These drugs are tocilizumab, methyl prednisolone, anoxopyrene, dexamethasone, remdesivir, amphotericin B dexicolate, posaconazole, and intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG).
In Kerala, there have been 2,80,003 new cases of Kovid-1 new, with 17 deaths
On Wednesday, 2,80,03 new cases of Kovid-1 infection were reported in Kerala, while 13 more died due to the infection. Since the new case, the total number of victims has risen to 40,90,036 and the death toll to 20,961. A test positivity rate (TPR) of 1.7.6 per cent was found after testing 1,7,54 samples in the last two hours, the state government said in a statement. In addition, 3,17,27,535 samples have been tested so far.
It was said that since Tuesday, 21,610 people have recovered from the infection and the total number of people who have recovered has risen to 38,38,614 and the number of patients undergoing treatment has risen to 2,29,912. Thrissur has the highest number of reported 425 people among the 1 districts of the state, followed by Ernakulam (3225), Kozhikode (25,251), Malappuram (0.099), Kollam (26, ir), Thiruvananthapuram (2, 2). 57), Palakkad (2309), Quota 2,23)
The new cases include 108 health workers, 154 patients from outside the state and 1,380 who came in contact with the infected, the release said. At the same time, in 1,161 cases there was no clear cause. Currently 5,57,085 people are under observation in different districts. Of these, 5,24,380 were at home or in institutional isolation and 32,705 in hospitals.
In Maharashtra, 545 new cases of Covid-1 of, 13 patients have died
With the arrival of 455 new cases of Kovid-1 in Maharashtra on Wednesday, the total number of cases of corona virus in the state has risen to 6, 322, and the death toll has risen to 1,37,496 after the death of 13 more patients. An official of the state health department said this information. In the last 2 hours in Maharashtra, 40 patients of Kovid-1 of were also infected, which has led to an increase in the number of people in the state who have succumbed to the deadly virus to 2,7,300. The number of patients undergoing Covid-1 for treatment in the state has increased to 51,078.
In Maharashtra, the recovery rate from infection has risen to 97.03 per cent and the death rate to 2.12 per cent, according to a health department official. Apart from the rural areas of Dhula, Jalna, Hingoli and Washim districts, no new cases of corona virus infection have been reported in Malegaon, Dhule and Nanded municipal areas in the last two hours.
On Wednesday, 353 new cases were identified in Ahmednagar district of the state, followed by 808 new cases of corona virus infection in Pune. In the last 2 hours, the highest number of Kovid-1 patients died in Pune city. In the capital Mumbai, 415 new cases of corona virus infection have occurred and four patients have died. In Maharashtra, 1,78,004 samples were tested for Covid-1 for the last 2 hours. So far 5,41,54,890 samples have been tested for Covid-1 for in the state.
1 new case of Covid-1 of in Chhattisgarh
Last 2 in Chhattisgarh. Another 311 people were confirmed to be infected with the corona virus in an hour. With that, the total number of people infected with Covid-1 by in the state rose to 10,04,482 as of Wednesday.
On Wednesday, 24 people were discharged from the state hospital after recovering from the infection, while 28 people finished their home detachment time. No coronavirus patients died in the state on Wednesday.
State Health Department officials said Wednesday that there have been 311 new cases of the infection. These include two from Raipur district, one from Durg, one from Rajnandgaon, one from Goriaband, five from Bilaspur, three from Korba, one from Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi, one from Korea, one from Yashpur, two from Bastar, two from Kondagaon. One, two from Dantewada, eight from Sukma, one from Bijapur and one from another state have been included.
He said that so far 10,04,482 people have been infected in Chhattisgarh, out of which 9,90,536 patients have been discharged after treatment. 391 patients are undergoing treatment in the state. The virus has killed 13,555 people in the state.
In Raipur district of the state, a maximum of 1,57,873 people have been confirmed to be infected with corona virus. In the district, 3, 19 people have died due to corona virus.
In Tamil Nadu, 1,150 new cases of Covid-1 of 20 patients have died
The total number of infected people rose to 2,26,1,381 and the death toll to 1,100 in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday with 1,509 new cases of Kovid-11, the deaths of 20 more patients. The state health department issued a bulletin to this effect.
According to the bulletin, 1,71 patients of Kovid-1 of Tamil Nadu were also infected in the last two hours, bringing the number of people in the state who have succumbed to the deadly virus to 25,64,20. In Tamil Nadu, the number of patients undergoing Covid-1 for treatment has come down to 1,620. Among the new cases of infection, 186 new cases of corona virus infection were detected in Coimbatore, 177 in Chennai and 137 in Erode district.
There were no deaths due to Kovid-1 to in Delhi, 36 new cases have been reported
There were no deaths from Covid-1 in Delhi on Wednesday, while 36 new cases were reported with a 36. new infection rate. According to information shared by the Department of Health, this information has been found. This is the 20th time since the second wave of the Kovid-1 epidemic epidemic in the national capital that no deaths have been reported in a single day.
According to official data, July 18, July 24, July 29, August 2, August 4, August 8, August 11, August 12, August 13, August 16, August 20, August 21, August 22, August 23 and August 24, 2 No deaths have been reported on August 26, August 2, August 2 and August 2 due to Covid-1 to.
On March 2 this year, zero deaths were reported in the national capital due to the corona virus. There were 217 cases of infection that day and the infection rate was 0.33 percent. The second wave hit the city during the April-May period. According to the latest bulletin, three new cases were reported on Wednesday with an infection rate of 36.06 percent, while no deaths were reported due to Covid-1 to.
According to official figures, the number of daily cases dropped to 20 on August 30, when one death was recorded. On Tuesday, there were 28 cases with an infection rate of 0.05 percent and one patient died.
In Andhra Pradesh, 1,16 new cases of Kovid-1 of 10 patients have died
After 1,16 new cases of Kovid-1 of in the last 2 hours in Andhra Pradesh, the total number of victims has risen to 20,15,302. At the same time, with 10 more patients dying due to the epidemic, the total death toll rose to 13,867.
The state health department said in a bulletin on Wednesday that 1,39 Kovid-1 patients had been infected in the last two hours, bringing the number of people in the state to 1,1,8,22 and the number of patients undergoing treatment had risen to 14,473.
In new cases of infection, East Godavari district has the highest number of 175 cases. Since then, 13-13 new cases of corona virus infection have been reported in Cornwall and Vizianagaram. A few weeks later, the number of new cases of corona virus infection in 13 districts of the state dropped to less than 200.
Four patients of Kovid-1 of died in Krishna district. Later, two died at SPS Nellore, one each at Chittur, East Godavari, Prakasham and Visakhapatnam.
All classes in schools in Chhattisgarh will start from today
The Chhattisgarh government has decided to start all classes in state schools from Thursday. However, student attendance in class is not mandatory. The state school education department has decided to start all classes from Thursday, state public relations department officials said on Wednesday.
Officials said that as per the order of the school education department, offline classes of VI, VII, IX and 11 classes have been allowed to start in all private and government schools under the department from September 2.
The order said that in order to start classes in all private and government schools under the school education department, for the rural areas, the recommendation of the concerned gram panchayat and the school parent committee should be taken. It said that for urban areas, the recommendation of the concerned ward councilor and the school parent committee should be taken. Classes will start from September 2nd after receiving the recommendation.
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