Saturday, June 19, 2021

Covid deaths

At 1,587, India logs least daily Covid deaths in 60 days

NEW DELHI: India on Friday recorded 62,480 new cases of Covid and 1,587 fatalities in the last 24 hours, lowest in the last two months, according to data released by the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry.

Covid deaths cross 33K-mark in Karnataka

BENGALURU:Ranking second after Maharashtra on the Covid tracker, deaths due to the infection crossed the 33,000-mark across Karnataka on Sunday, including 15,319 in Bengaluru alone, the state health bulletin said on Monday.

4,002 Covid deaths in 24 hrs as India logs 84K new cases

NEW DELHI: The coronavirus situation in India appears to be stabilizing as the country recorded 84,332 new Covid cases, and 4,002 deaths due to the virus in the last 24 hours, according to data released by the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on Saturday.

At 6,148, India records max Covid deaths in a day

NEW DELHI: India recorded 6,148 deaths in last 24 hours, highest since the pandemic hit last year, according to data released by the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on Thursday.

India logs 2.11L new cases, 3,847 Covid deaths

NEW DELHI: India on Thursday reported 2,11,298 fresh cases as 3,847 more patients succumbed to the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry said.

New cases drop to month's lowest as Covid deaths cross 3L

NEW DELHI: With 4,454 new deaths due to Covid-19, India on Monday crossed three-lakh mark of fatalities due to the coronavirus infections, thus becoming world's third country after the US and Brazil to cross three-lakh deaths.

'No vaccines, lowest GDP; govt response? PM cries': Rahul

NEW DELHI: A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi got emotional while virtually interacting with the frontline workers in his Lok Sabha constituency in Varanasi, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took a jibe at Modi, saying that at a time when there are no vaccines and the Covid death toll is at its highest, the government's response is ‘PM cries.

Covid curfew extended in J&K till May 31

SRINAGAR: The corona curfew across Jammu and Kashmir has been extended by a week in the wake of a surge in Covid cases.An official statement said that the lockdown will be strictly imposed howeverAfew essential services are exempted.

Pakistan Covid deaths cross 20,000

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's coronavirus death toll crossed 20,000 on Friday as authorities struggle to contain a third wave of the pandemic that has battered the South Asian nation.

India's Covid tally rises by 2.76L cases, 3,874 deaths

NEW DELHI: After recording over 4,000 deaths in the last four days, India on Thursday witnessed a decline in number of fatalities due to Covid-19. The country reported 3,874 deaths due to the virus infection, according to the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry.

With 4,529 Covid deaths India sets another grim record

NEW DELHI: India broke its own previous record of Covid deaths in 24 hours after the the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday said the nation recorded 4,529 deaths -- the highest number of fatalities from Covid infection.

India witnesses worst Covid toll as 4,329 die in a day

NEW DELHI: With 4,329 deaths in last 24 hours, India on Tuesday recorded highest fatalities from Covid infection, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said.

Sub divisional committees constitute in Patiala to curb virus spread in Rural area

PATIALA: To ensure the timely response to the CORONAVIRUS infected people in the rural areas under recently launched 'Rural Mission Fateh', monitoring committees at Sub Divisional level and Village level have been constituted, said deputy commissioner, Kumar Amit today, after holding the meeting of SDMs, Health Officials and other stakeholders of the committees.

India records 3.11 lakh new Covid cases, 4,077 deaths

NEW DELHI: Witnessing a decline in the last 24 hours, India on Sunday reported 3,11,170 new Covid-19 cases, and 4,077 fatalities, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said.

Karnataka registers 41,664 positive cases, 349 deaths

BENGALURU: With the pandemic wave continuing to swarm the state, 41,664 cases were registered in a day across Karnataka including 13,402 cases in Bengaluru, while 349 succumbing to this deadly virus, said the health bulletin on Saturday.

More bodies found floating in Varanasi, Chandauli

VARANASI: Seven more bodies, including a partially burnt one, have been recovered from the Ganga river in Varanasi and adjoining Chandauli district.

At 4,205, India reports record Covid deaths in a day

NEW DELHI: India on Wednesday recorded 4,205 deaths due to Covid, highest till date with 3,48,421 fresh cases, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said.

Wake up from slumber, mitigate Covid challenges: IMA to Health Ministry

NEW DELHI: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Saturday slammed the Union Health Ministry, saying it is "astonished to see the extreme lethargy and inappropriate actions" from the department in combating the agonizing crisis caused by the devastating second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Covid aid received from global community allocated to States/UTs

NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has allocated COVID-19 materials received from the global community by Centre to States and UTs while country's Cumulative Vaccination Coverage exceeded 16.25 crore as the nationwide vaccination drive expands.

Pakistan logs 119 new Covid deaths

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday reported 119 new Covid fatalities, taking the toll to 18,590, according to the official data provided by National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC).

'Lack of expertise, staff major cause of Covid deaths in rural K'taka'

Lack of expertise, staff major cause of Covid deaths in rural K'taka'

KALABURAGI(Karnataka):Doctors from remote rural areas like Aland taluk in Karnataka's Kalaburagi where four Covid patients reportedly died due to shortage of oxygen have had their own harrowing experiences of dealing with the spreading pandemic.

24 died at CIMS, but 3 due to fluctuation in oxygen supply: K'taka minister

CHAMARAJNAGARA(Karnataka):Outrightly rejecting that 24 patients died due to interruption in oxygen supply at the Chamarajanagar Institute of Medical Sciences (CIMS) in Chamarajanagar district in the wee hours of Monday, Karnataka Health Minister K. Sudhkar said that only 'three persons' died at CIMS between 12 am to 3 am on Monday due to oxygen shortage, and not 24 as the media is reporting.

Covid curbs to continue in Goa after lockdown ends: CM

PANAJI: Goa will continue to follow Covid-related restrictions for eight more days even after the four-day lockdown imposed by the state government ends on Monday morning, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said.

At 14,669, single-day Covid tally scales new peak in Andhra

AMARAVATI:There seems to be no respite for Andhra Pradesh from the Covid onslaught, as the state registered its highest ever single-day tally of 14,792 fresh cases on Thursday.

Punjab Health Minister Appeals people to visit hospital before converting mild infection of COVID-19 into severe disease

CHANDIGARH: Stressing upon the need of early diagnosis as well as treatment of coronavirus, Health Minister Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu today appealed to people even with mild symptoms visit healthcare facility immediately before converting mild infection of COVID-19 into a deadly disease. He said that as per record, 1,85,000 COVID-19 patients have been recovered in home isolation following the guidelines and simple treatment recommended by health experts.

Gurugram runs out of ICU beds, only 22 beds with oxygen support available

GURUGRAM: With the alarming surge in the number of Covid-19 cases, hospitals in Gurugram are running short of beds for Covid patients. As per the district administration's Covid portal (, at 7.33 p.m. on Thursday, there were no ICU beds or beds with ventilator support available, while only 22 oxygenated beds were available in the district.

Active Covid cases cross 1-lakh mark in Bengaluru

BENGALURU: As epicentre of the pandemic in Karnataka, active Covid cases in this tech city crossed 1-lakh mark, with 9,618 new cases in a day, said the state health department bulletin on Monday.

In 13 months, Maha Covid deaths zoom from 1 to 60k

MUMBAI: ExactLy 13 months after Maharshtra recorded its first Covid-19 death on April 17, the state toll on Sunday crossed the 60K mark to touch 60,473 - just short of Poland's 62,032 fatalities, health officials said here on Monday

UP allows medical aid to those testing negative despite Covid symptoms

LUCKNOW: In a major relief to people who have tested Covid negative but are still showing symptoms, the Yogi Adityanath government has directed all the medical facilities to treat them as presumptive Covid-19 cases.

Global Covid cases spike for 7th consecutive week: WHO

GENEVA: Global Covid-19 cases have continued to increase for a seventh consecutive week, with over 4.5 million new infections reported last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported.

PM stresses on 'test, track & treat' to check Covid spread

NEW DELHI: Amid the spike in the number of Covid-19 cases across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday emphasised on the 'test track & treat' mantra, besides stressing on following Covid appropriate behaviour and effective Covid management measures to check the spread of the virus.

Serious concern' over Covid-19 situation in 11 states/UTs: Centre

NEW DELHI: The Central government on Friday said that the coronavirus situation in 11 states/Union Territories is a matter of "serious concern" and urged the Chief Secretaries and Directors General of Police concerned to take appropriate action in this regard.

COVID-19 Vaccination drive for all 45 years plus population started in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has commenced the COVID-19 vaccination drive for all 45 years above population. A total of 48,880 beneficiaries today got the first jab of vaccine and it is highest number in a single day across the State.

Karnataka's Covid tally breaches 9.7l mark

BENGALURU: With 1,715 new Covid cases, Karnataka's tally has mounted to 9,70,202, including 13,493 active cases, while recoveries rose to 9,44,256 with 1,048 discharged, the state health bulletin said on Sunday.

Canada designates observance day for Covid deaths

OTTAWA: The Canadian government announced that it's designating March 11 as National Day of observance to commemorate Covid-19 victims.
In a statement on Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that it will also signify a reflection on the significant impacts all have felt due to the pandemic, from isolation and unemployment to losing time with friends and families, reports Xinhua news agency.

UK Covid deaths falling fastest among over 80s

LONDON: Coronavirus-related deaths in England and Wales are falling fastest among those aged 80 and over thanks to the vaccine rollout in the UK, statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed.

Covid TPR in Kerala still below 6%

THIRUVANANTHPURAM: The Covid test positivity rate (TPR) in Kerala on Tuesday continued to remain under 6 per cent with 4,034 people testing positive after 69,604 samples were sent for testing in the past 24 hours.

Candles lit at White House to honour 5L Covid deaths in US

WASHINGTON: Candles were lit at the White House South Portico on the day which the number of Americans who died from Covid-19 broke the staggering record of 500,000.

US Covid deaths top 500,000: Johns Hopkins University

NEW YORK: The US has reached the grim milestone of half a million coronavirus deaths, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.


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