COVID-19: India’s total number of positive cases rises to 11,933 including 392 deaths

India’s total number of positive cases rises to 11,933 (including 10197 active cases, 1344 cured/discharged/migrated and 392 deaths), says Health Ministry.

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India’s total number of positive cases rises to 11,933 (including 10197 active cases, 1344 cured/discharged/migrated and 392 deaths): Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

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We have been coordinating with 8 States in Northeast. We had just 38 cases in Northeast last evening. Sikkim &some other States are totally corona free: Minister of State for Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region after a chairing a meeting at the ministry over COVID19

Government’s decision to issue pending income tax refunds up to Rs 5 lakhs to help taxpayers during COVID-19 pandemic

In pursuance of the Government’s decision to issue pending income tax refunds up to Rs 5 lakhs to help taxpayers during COVID-19 pandemic, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has already issued over 10.2 lakh refunds totaling to about Rs 4,250 cr, as of April 14th, 2020: CBDT

2 more COVID-19 cases reported in Karnataka (19 today)

2 more cases reported in Karnataka (19 today). The total number of coronavirus positive cases in the state is now at 279, including 80 discharged & 12 deaths: Karnataka Government.

Total number of positive coronavirus cases in Himachal Pradesh is at 33

115 people tested for coronavirus in Himachal Pradesh today, of which 23 were negative & results of 92 are awaited. Currently, the total number of positive coronavirus cases in the state is at 33, including 16 active cases, 12 recovered, & 1 death: State Health Department

12 new COVID19 cases reported in West Bengal in last 24 hours

12 new COVID19 cases reported in West Bengal in last 24 hours, taking total number of active cases to 132 now & 7 deaths till date: Chief Secretary, West Bengal

In last 24 hours, 1,076 fresh coronavirus cases reported, says Health Ministry

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In last 24 hours, 1,076 fresh coronavirus cases reported: Health Ministry

No community transmission in India so far, there have been some local outbreaks: Health Ministry

Health Ministry declares 170 districts hotspots, identifies 207 as non-hotspots

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Health Ministry declares 170 districts hotspots, identifies 207 as non-hotspots

As per research in China, it was found that Coronavirus might have originated from bats: ICMR

As per research in China, it was found that Coronavirus might have originated due to mutation in bats. Bats might have transmitted it to pangolins, from pangolins it got transmitted to humans: R Gangakhedkar, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)

IT services Revenues for March quarter negatively impacted by COVID-19 by USD 14-16 million: WiproUnable to provide guidance for June quarter due to uncertainty over COVID-19, lack of visibility on extent of operational impact: Wipro

Districts of the country will be classified into 3 categories – hotspot districts, non-hotspot districts, green zone districts

The districts of the country will be classified into 3 categories – hotspot districts, non-hotspot districts but where cases are being reported and green zone districts: Lav Agrawal, Joint Secretary Ministry of Health.

Rajasthan: 12 more positive cases reported today

12 more positive cases reported today; 8 from Jaipur, 1 from Dausa, 1 from Nagaur, 1 from Tonk, 1 from Jhunjhunu. Total number of positive cases in the state stands at 1046 now: Rajasthan Health Department

3 FIRs registered in connection with yesterday’s gathering in Bandra

3 FIRs registered in connection with yesterday’s gathering in Bandra. We are looking into the videos&all details. In connection with one of the 3 cases, one accused Vinay Dubey has been arrested&sent to police custody till 21 April: Abhishek Trimukhe DCP (Zone IX), Mumbai Police

117 new cases recorded today in Maharashtra

Maharashtra: 117 new cases recorded today in the state, of which 66 are from Mumbai and 44 from Pune. The total number of positive cases in the state stands at 2801 now.

Delhi High Court has ordered that the functioning of Courts subordinate to Delhi High Court shall continue to remain suspended till 3rd May

Meghalaya doctor dies of coronavirus, first such death in state

A senior doctor in Meghalaya John L. Sailo Ryntathiang, who tested positive for nCoV two days back, on Wednesday succumbed to COVID-19 registering the first coronavirus death in the hill state, officials said.

Confirming the death of the doctor, Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma said: “I am deeply saddened to inform that the first COVID-19 positive patient in Meghalaya passed away this morning (Wednesday). My heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones. May his soul rest in peace.”

Sixty nine-year-old Sailo Ryntathiang, the founder of the private Bethany Hospital, breathed his last in the wee hours on Wednesday. He had tested positive for the coronavirus on Monday evening.

COVID-19: Vistara CEO says senior employees to go on leave without pay for up to 3 days between April 15 and April 30

COVID-19: Vistara CEO says senior employees to go on leave without pay for up to 3 days between April 15 and April 30

While situation remains fluid, we are planning to resume flights in phased manner whenever authorities allow us to do so: Vistara CEO

Moradabad: Some people pelted stones at medical team & police

Moradabad: Some people pelted stones at medical team&police which had gone to take a person possibly infected with COVID-19.”When our team boarded ambulance with patient,suddenly crowd emerged&started pelting stones.Some doctors are still there.We are injured,”says ambulance driver

FIR registered against 9 Bangladeshi nationals on tourist visa were found involved in Tablighi Jamaat’s religious preachings

FIR registered in Samastipur against 9 Bangladeshi nationals who came to India on tourist visa&were found involved in religious preachings under Tablighi Jamaat. They were living in rented accommodation, FIR registered against landlord too: SHO Saifullah Ansari, Samastipur

Home Secretary writes to States/UTs to ensure strict compliance with Consolidated Revised Guidelines on lockdown 2

Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla writes to States/UTs to ensure strict compliance with Consolidated Revised Guidelines on lockdown measures to contain the epidemic in the country. States/UTs cannot dilute restrictions imposed via aforesaid guidelines: Ministry of Home Affairs

4 more cases reported in Bihar

The total number of positive cases in Bihar rises to 70 after 4 more cases were reported today: Sanjay Kumar, Principal Secretary (Health)

IPL 2020, scheduled to start on April 15, postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19, says BCCI

IPL 2020, scheduled to start on April 15, postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19, says BCCI

Coronavirus LIVE: 17 more COVID-19 cases reported, total number of positive cases in Karnataka is at 277

17 more COVID-19 cases reported in Karnataka. Total number of coronavirus positive cases in the state is now at 277, including 11 deaths: Karnataka Government

COVID-19 cases in Indore rise to 544

The total number of coronavirus cases in Indore went up to 544 after 117 new cases were reported from the Madhya Pradesh city on Wednesday, an official said.

Till late Tuesday night, the state’s industrial hub reported 427 COVID-19 cases.

“A report from a Delhi-based laboratory has found 117 more people of Indore infected with the coronavirus. Now, the number of COVID-19 cases in the city has gone up to 544.

Of these, 37 patients have so far died during treatment,” Chief Medical and Health Officer (CMHO) Praveen Jadia said.

People in Indore shouldn’t be scared, numbers will increase: MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

People in Indore shouldn’t be scared, numbers will increase. If someone doesn’t know that they’re positive, they’ll not only risk their own lives but that of others too. So we decided to conduct testings extensively. This will help control Corona: MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

19 more COVID19 cases reported, taking total confirmed cases to 502 in Andhra Pradesh

19 more COVID-19 cases reported in Andhra Pradesh. Total number of positive coronavirus cases in the state is now at 502, including 475 active cases, 16 discharged & 11 deaths.

6 new CIVID-19 positive cases reported in Meghalaya

Of the 68 tested so far, 6 have come out positive who are all family members & helpers of the first positive case. 6 other cases are being retested. All the rest of the cases are negative: Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma

Total number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat is at 695 & virus-related deaths at 30

52 more COVID-19 cases & 2 more deaths (Ahmedabad & Surat) reported in Gujarat. The total number of coronavirus cases in the state is at 695 & virus-related deaths at 30: State Health Department

All educational, training institution etc shall remain closed

All educational, training institution etc shall remain closed, taxis (including auto & cycle rickshaws) & services of cab aggregators to remain prohibited until May 3. Cinema halls, malls,shopping/sports complexes,gyms,swimming pools,theaters, bars etc to remain closed till May 3

All agricultural & horticultural activities to remain fully functional

All agricultural & horticultural activities to remain fully functional, such as – Mandis’ operated by APMC or as notified by the state/UT govt. Direct marketing operations by the state/UT govts or by industry, directly from farmers/group of farmers, FPOs co-operatives etc.

Bank branches and ATMs, IT vendors for banking operations, banking correspondents, ATM operation and cash management agencies to remain functional.

Consolidated MHA guidelines on Coronavirus Lockdown: Bank branches and ATMs, IT vendors for banking operations, banking correspondents, ATM operation and cash management agencies to remain functional.

29 Coronavirus positive cases reported in Rajasthan

29 Coronavirus positive cases have been reported in Rajasthan today so far – 15 in Jaipur, 7 in Jodhpur and 7 in Kota. Total number of positive cases in the state now stands at 1034: State Health Department

45 test positive for COVID-19 in Lucknow

Out of the 806 samples which were tested yesterday, 45 have tested positive for Coronavirus in Lucknow

10 more staff of a hospital have tested positive for Coronavirus

10 more staff of a hospital have tested positive for COVID-19. They were in quarantine after 3 patients admitted there had tested positive. A total of 35 staff of the hospital have tested positive for the Coronavirus till now. They are being treated at the hospital itself

5 new Coronavirus positive cases reported in Dharavi

5 new Coronavirus positive cases reported in Dharavi. The total number of positive cases in the area have now risen to 60 (including 7 deaths): Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)

38 deaths and 1076 new cases reported in last 24 hours

38 deaths and 1076 new cases reported in last 24 hours. India’s total number of Coronavirus positive cases rises to 11,439 (including 9756 active cases, 1306 cured/discharged/migrated and 377 deaths), says Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

COVID-19 cases in US top 600,000, deaths over 25,000

The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States topped 600,000, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

On Tuesday, the country has seen 602,989 cases with 25,575 deaths by 6:50 p.m. (2250 GMT), according to the CSSE, Xinhua news agency reported.

According to the tally, the hardest-hit state, New York, saw 202,630 cases and a death toll of 10,834. New Jersey followed with 68,824 cases and 2,805 deaths. Other states with over 20,000 cases included Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, California, Illinois and Louisiana.

COVID-19 deaths in NYC exceed 10,000

The death toll from COVID-19 in New York City (NYC) increased by some 3,700 to exceed 10,000 after including those who presumably died of the disease but never got tested for the coronavirus, according to the US media reports.

The city’s Health Department has been working for weeks to collect those missed data by learning about those who passed away with the same symptoms as COVID-19 and their medical histories.

COVID-19 death toll tops 12,000 in UK

The death toll of those hospitalized in Britain who tested positive for the novel coronavirus reached 12,107, a daily increase of 778, the Department of Health and Social Care said.

As of Tuesday morning, a total of 93,873 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, said the department, adding that 382,650 tests have concluded, with 14,982 tests on Monday, Xinhua news agency reported.

Italy registers 162,488 COVID-19 cases, death toll at 21,067

The COVID-19 has claimed another 602 lives in locked-down Italy over the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of infections, fatalities and recoveries to 162,488 since the pandemic began here in late February, the country’s Civil Protection Department said.

Speaking during a nightly televised press conference on Tuesday, Civil Protection Department Chief Angelo Borrelli confirmed that there were 675 new active coronavirus infections compared to Monday, bringing the nationwide total to 104,291 cases, Xinhua news agency reported.

Of those infected, 28,011 are hospitalized (down by 12 patients compared to Monday), while 3,186 are in intensive care (down by 74 patients compared to Monday).

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