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India records 90,928 new COVID cases, 15,097 cases in Delhi alone; Check covid updates

India records 90,928 new COVID cases, 15,097 cases in Delhi alone; Check covid updates

The Union Health Ministry reported on Thursday that India had documented 90,928 new COVID cases in the last 24 hours, with a daily positive rate of 4.18 percent.

The number of current COVID cases in the country has risen to 2,85,401.

According to the Ministry, there have been 2,135 instances of the Omicron variety found in India, with 828 of them recovering.

The Ministry also reported 4,82,551 recoveries and 534 fatalities due to the infection in the last 24 hours. While the total number of people who have recovered from the virus is 3,43,21,803, the total number of people who have died from COVID is 4,82,551.

Furthermore, the Ministry stated that over 147.72 crore doses of COVID vaccination had been administered across the country to far.

The Centre has written to states requesting that they establish district and sub-district control rooms for COVID management, complete with enough staff, doctors, and infrastructure, as well as monitoring bed availability and making outbound calls to patients in home isolation.

Covid update in Maharashtra

In the last 24 hours, Maharashtra reported 26,538 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths, according to the state health bulletin.

With 15,166 new cases, Mumbai has the largest number of infections.

In Mumbai, there has been no suggestion of a lockdown or the closure of local trains. There has been discussion about a weekend lockdown and a night curfew, but no decision has been made yet. According to Maharashtra health minister Rajesh Tope, the limitations will be decided by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

Covid update in Delhi

According to health department data, Delhi reported 10,665 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, nearly double the number of illnesses reported the day before, with the positive rate jumping to 11.88 percent.

According to sources from Delhi, In the previous 24 hours, there have been 15,097 new cases and 6 deaths. The number of current cases has increased to 31,498; the positive rate has increased to 15.34%.

Delhi World Book Fair postponed

The 30th edition of the New Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF), which was set to take place at Pragati Maidan from January 8 to 16, has been postponed, according to the organisers, due to the latest DDMA guidelines imposed in the wake of a surge in Covid cases caused by the fast-spreading Omicron variant. The NDWBF, which was held online last year owing to the Covid epidemic, will have new dates announced separately, according to the statement. The NDWBF, which was founded in 1972, was planned a picture show to commemorate its golden anniversary this year.

Covid update in Rajasthan

If you’re looking for a unique “I had my covid test done this evening, and it came back positive. I only have minor symptoms and no other issues. All those who have come into contact with me today have been asked to segregate themselves and get their covid test done “Rajasthan’s chief minister, Ashok Gehlot, took to Twitter.

Covid update in Kerala

In Kerala, 50 new Omicron cases have been verified, 45 of which are from low-risk nations and 5 from high-risk countries. There have been no cases recorded through contact (tracing). According to the Kerala Health Department, there are currently 280 Omicron cases..

Covid update in Bengal

2,075 covid patients were admitted to hospitals; there were 403 containment zones in all, with a positive rate of 23.17 percent, a death rate of 1.18 percent, and 19,517 beds available. RT-PCR is required for interstate border region movement; in the next 15 days, limitations would be tightened; and CM Mamata Banerjee will visit PM Modi tomorrow, she stated. She also stated that the number of daily COVID19 cases has climbed to 14,022 and the number of active cases has increased to 33,042. “I shall meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually tomorrow,” she stated.

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