Coronavirus Roundup: Development in India and Rest of the World | India news

Coronavirus Roundup: Development in India and Rest of the World | India news

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New Delhi: India’s Kovid-19 case fatality rate is “falling steadily” and is currently 2.49 percent, the lowest in the world, the Union Health Ministry said on Sunday, citing the need for efficient diagnostic of hospitalized cases. Management Credit.
In one case in 29 states and union territories, India has a below-average death rate, of which five have a CFR of zero and 14 have a fatality rate of less than 1 percent.

Here are the top developments:


  • The focused efforts of the Center and the State and Union Territory Governments on efficient clinical management of hospital cases have ensured that India’s death rate has fallen below 2.5 percent, the ministry said.
  • According to Health Ministry data, 23, 672 patients have died in the last 24 hours. The death toll due to the disease rose to 26,816 with 543 fatalities a day.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi telephoned with chief ministers of Bihar, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand to discuss the Kovid-19 situation in the respective states.
  • At least seven Indian pharma companies are working to develop a vaccine against coronoviruses as they join global efforts to find a preventive to prevent the spread of deadly viruses that have already become globally Over 14 million are infected.
  • Bharat Biotech, Serum Institute, Zydus Cadila, Panacea Biotech, Indian Immunologicals, Maynavax and Biologie are among the domestic pharma companies working on the coronavirus vaccine in India.
  • A three-member central team arrived in Chennai on Sunday to take stock of the Kovid-19 situation in Bihar, which has seen an increase in novel coronovirus cases. The team sent by the Union Ministry of Health is headed by Luv Agarwal, who is the Joint Secretary in the Ministry. Director of the National Center for Disease Control, Dr. S. K. Singh and Associate Professor of Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi, Drs. Neeraj Nischal is also part of the team.
  • A study conducted jointly by researchers from IIT-Bhubaneswar and AIIMS has shown that the spread of Kovid-19 can accelerate and cause mercury to decline during peak monsoons and winters.
  • The decrease in temperature during rainfall and the cooling of the atmosphere leading to winter may have the environmental side of the spread of Kovid-19 in the country, according to the study, led by V. Weinose, assistant professor at the School of Earth, Ocean and Climate Sciences In. IIT-Bhubaneswar.


  • Tamil Nadu: Tamil Nadu reported a new single-day report of 4,979 fresh Kovid-19 cases, surpassing 1.70 lakhs overall, while the 78 death toll killed 2,481 people.
  • Arunachal Pradesh: The Arunachal Pradesh government has extended the total lockdown at the Capital Complex for two weeks in view of the spurt in Kovid-19 cases in the area, Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar announced.
  • HP: Twenty-six more people – 25 in Solan district alone – tested positive for coronovirus in Himachal Pradesh, leading to the state’s infection of 1,484.
  • Goa: A private hospital in North Goa will begin the process of human trials of a potential Kovid-19 vaccine on Monday. Red Goa Hospital, located in Pernem taluka, North Goa, is one of the 12 facilities listed for human trials of kovacsin developed by Bharat Biotech International Limited.
  • Assam: The situation is grim, but not out of control due to Kovid-19, Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said. He said that a review meeting on the outbreak would actually be held on 20 July.
  • Jammu and Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu appealed to the people to strictly follow the Kovid-19 guidelines such as wearing face masks and maintaining social distance to slow the spread of the disease.
  • Kerala: Kerala’s Kovid-19 Tally breached the 12,000 mark with 821 people including 13 health workers testing positive for the virus in the highest single-day surge in the state so far.
  • Punjab: The bodies of two Kovid-19 patients were swapped at the Government Medical College and Hospital in Amritsar, prompting the district authorities to launch a magisterial inquiry into the case.
  • Delhi: 1,211 fresh coronavirus cases have been reported in Delhi, the lowest in a month, and there have been 31 deaths due to the disease in the last 24 hours. On 8 June, 1,007 cases were reported in the city.
  • UP: The Kovid-19 rally in Uttar Pradesh rose to 49,247 with the highest single-day jump of 2,211 fresh cases, while the toll rose to 1,146 after 38 deaths in the state.
  • West Bengal: The West Bengal government has included 63 areas in the list of ‘broad-based’ contribution zones in the state, increasing the count to 739 amid tight lockouts at all such places to prevent the spread of coronary disease.
  • Karnataka: There was no question of ending the ongoing lockout since the week ending on July 22, said N. Manjunath Prasad, the newly appointed commissioner of the civic body, to continue it for the next fortnight in the wake of increasing speculation amid speculation Can.
  • Odisha: Kovid-19 Cassiolad of Odisha crossed the figure of 17,000 with 736 more people testing positive for the infection, while the state had five fresh deaths due to the disease of 91 people.
  • Puducherry: The Union Territory reported 109 fresh Kovid-19 cases, with the union territory reaching 1,999.
  • Meghalaya: Two more Kovid-19 patients, including a BSF jawan, died in hospital as the death toll in Meghalaya due to illness rose to four.
  • Jharkhand: The total number of Kovid-19 cases in Jharkhand increased to 5,399 including 2,395 active cases. In the last 24 hours, the death toll has risen to 26,816 with a 543 death rate.


  • The novel Coronavirus killed at least 601,822 people since its outbreak in China last December. At least 14,303,420 cases of coronovirus have been reported in 196 countries and regions.
  • The United States is the most affected country with 140,120 deaths in 3,711,835 cases. At least 1,122,720 people have been recovered.
  • Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has compared implementing a second nationwide coronovirus lockdown as a “nuclear deterrent” that he would not use. In an interview with Tele the Sunday Telegraph ‘to mark his one year at 10 Downing Street, Johnson said he did not think the UK would need a more complete shutdown in the event of a second wave of coronovirus infection.
  • Nepal reported 156 new coronovirus cases, taking it to 17,658 nationally. As of Sunday, a total of 5,923 active patients are undergoing treatment at various health facilities across the country.
  • Singapore reported 257 new Kovid-19 cases, bringing the country’s total to 47,912. In the new cases in the community, two are Singaporeans (citizens) or permanent residents (foreigners) and six are foreigners working outside the dormitory.
  • Australia’s coronovirus hot spot, the state of Victoria, will implement mandatory face cover rules in the state in view of the growing coronovirus infection. Victoria reported 363 new Kovid-19 cases and three deaths in the last 24 hours.
  • Pakistan’s coronavirus virus reached 263,496 with 1,579 new cases detected in the last 24 hours. Of the total COVID-19 infections, 204,276 patients have been cured so far.
  • Russia has reported 6,109 Kovid-19 cases in the last 24 hours bringing the total to 771,546. A total of 591 coronavirus cases were reported in Russia’s capital Moscow. 95 Kovid-19 patients died in Russia in the last 24 hours.
  • New Zealand reported three new cases of Kovid-19 in managed isolation in New Zealand. Two of Sunday’s cases were in managed isolation in Waikato and a third in Christchurch.


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