Coronavirus India News: Total number of COVID19 constructive cases arrived at 649 in India, including 593 dynamic cases, 42 restored/released individuals and 13 passings, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said on Thursday. The loss of life has arrived at 10.
As India enters day 2 of the across the country lockdown, the administration is required to declare more measure to facilitate the weight on Indian residents. There are reports of a financial bundle that can be declared in the coming days. Additionally, qualified individuals with proportion cards may get some sponsored nourishment grains and direct advantage move in their records.
Cooperating with individuals of his Lok Sabha voting demographic Varanasi on Wednesday through video conferencing over issues concerning Coronavirus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized that social removing, to be at home is just way out and best choice to manage coronavirus.
India has been placed under “complete lockdown” for the next 21 days to tackle coronavirus even as the COVID-19 positive cases continue to surge. The maximum number of coronavirus positive cases have been reported from Kerala and Maharashtra. Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh have over 30 cases.
1. 3 Deaths, 43 Cases In Gujarat
There have been 3 deaths including one 85-year-old woman who had a travel history to Saudi Arabia and had comorbid conditions and a 70 year old man from Bhavnagar who also had comorbid conditions, due to Coronavirus in the state.
Till now, 43 positive cases of Coronavirus have been detected in the state: Gujarat Principal Secretary, Health & Family Welfare (ANI)
2. New Portable COVID-19 Test Can Give Results In 50 Minutes
Researchers in the UK have designed a portable smartphone-based coronavirus testing kit which they say can provide results for COVD-19 in just 50 minutes after taking a throat swab.
Most current tests take 24-48 hours to provide results because they need to be sent to labs, noted the researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK, who created the test to be rolled out to test National Health Service (NHS) staff in two weeks.
The new molecular test could be used to process 16 samples at a time — or up to 384 samples if using a lab-based detection machine, they said.
3. One More Death In Mumbai
A 65-year-old woman from Mumbai who tested positive for Coronavirus, passes away; cause of death yet to be ascertained:
4. India And US Collaborating On Combating COVID-19
India and the US are working together on combating the deadly coronavirus and collaboration is underway in the areas of diagnostics and therapeutics of the disease, which so far has taken the lives of more than 20,000 people globally, according to the Indian envoy here.
The deadly coronavirus that first emerged in China’s Wuhan city has drastically spread around the world, infecting 471,518 people and causing 21,293 deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracker.
5. COVID19 Cases In Delhi Have Risen To 36; 800 Quarantined In Delhi
COVID19 cases in Delhi have ascended to 36. A mohalla facility specialist and 4 others have been tried positive after they interacted with a contaminated lady who came back from Saudi Arabia.
The specialist’s significant other and girl have additionally tried positive. A sum of 800 individuals who interacted with the mohalla center specialist have been isolated for 14 days:
6. New Positive Cases In Lucknow
A 21-year-old woman (whose parents tested positive), a 32-year-old man with travel history to Dubai, a 33 year-old woman and a 39 year-old man have been tested positive for Coronavirus.
7. Positive Case In West Bengal
An eldlerly man tested positive for the coronavirus in West Bengal, 10th case of the deadly viral disease in the state, health officials said on Thuraday.
The 66-year-old from Nayabad in Kolkata had no history of travelling abroad or outside the state. He had recently attended a wedding in Midnapore and might have come in contact with a person infected with the virus.
8. Kashmir Reports First Death Due To Coronavirus
A 65-year-elderly person hailing from Hyderpora region of the city kicked the bucket on Thursday, turning into the main casualty in Jammu and Kashmir due to coronavirus.
“As we share the dismal updates on our first #Covid19 casualty, my heart goes out to the group of the expired. We remain with you and offer your anguish,” Mayor of Srinagar Junaid Azim Mattu tweeted. Government representative Rohit Kansal likewise affirmed the passing by means of Twitter.
“First demise due to Coronavirus-65 years of age Male from Hyderpora Srinagar. Four of his contacts likewise tried positive yesterday.