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Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India reports 407 deaths in last 24 hours, cases cross 4.9 lakh

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Tracker, India Lockdown News Live Updates: With India registering 407 deaths and 17,296 coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, the total number of infections crossed the 4.9 lakh-mark to reach 4,90,401 including 15,301 fatalities.

Coronavirus India LIVE news updates:  With India registering 407 deaths and 17,296 coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, the total number of infections crossed the 4.9 lakh-mark to reach 4,90,401 including 15,301 fatalities, 1,89,463 active cases, and 2,85,636 people who have been treated and discharged so far. On Thursday, the number of recoveries was 96,173 more than. India Cryptocurrency News

The number of active cases.

The Centre announced it will be sending a team of experts to Telangana, Maharashtra and Gujarat — three states with high positivity rates that are considered critical in the efforts against the pandemic. Sources said experts may also be sent to Tamil Nadu and West Bengal, which are also seen as requiring advice and assistance on clinical management. The Centre is already closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation in Delhi, the city with the most number of cases.

Also, with fatalities from the novel coronavirus infection doubling every 14-16 days in India, more than half the country’s districts (407 out of 720) have now seen at least one Covid-19 death. India Press Release Distribution However, around 7 out of 10 Covid deaths in the country have been concentrated in only a handful of districts. So while the number of districts that have been touched by at least one Covid death has risen from 272 a month ago to 348 two weeks ago to the current number, the 10 districts with the most deaths have accounted for about 70 per cent of fatalities throughout this period.

Meanwhile, the government on Thursday decided to keep regular train services suspended till August 12. “All tickets booked for the regular time-tabled trains for journey date from 01.07.20 to 12.08.20 also stand cancelled. Full refund will be generated,” the Railway Board order stated.

Globally, the infections soared to 9,588,717 on Thursday and the death toll rose to 488,842. Also, as many as 4,822,067 people have recovered across the world.

As the Central and state governments allow phase-wise relaxation in curbs to get the life up and running again following over two months of lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid-19, we bring you the latest updates from Mumbai.

Kamathipura, a red light area in Mumbai, is setting a positive and inspiring example through its effective curbing of Covid-19. India Local News It saw a rapid surge of Covid-19 cases in the beginning, during March and April, as the number of patients reached around 200. But BMC and local NGO volunteers came into action immediately and ensured that Covid-19 spread is curtailed, and to everyone's surprise Kamathipura has not seen any new case for at least over two weeks now.(ANI)

PM Narendra Modi requesting postponement of postgraduation final exams for medical students enrolled in MD (Doctor of Medicine) and MS (Master of Surgery) courses in Maharashtra till December

All shops in over 195 BMC markets will become fully operational from Thursday. As per the new guidelines, shops on either side will remain open on alternate days

With the state government likely to open up more sectors after June 30 under its Mission Begin Again, it is also expected to relax restrictions on travel in taxis and autorickshaws in the Mumbai.
BMC has again changed its discharge policy and decided to test “low symptomatic” patients on fourth day of admission if  India Sports News symptoms disappear and discharge them the next day if the report is negative; instead of discharging them on tenth day without testing.

Death toll rises to 54 among police personnel with 3 deaths being reported in the last 24 hours. Till date, 3,239 police personnel have been cured and 991 are under treatment

Mumbai's peripheral hospitals, which largely remained neglected for years, saw the addition of more than 500 dedicated Covid beds in the last three months

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