Coronavirus LIVE: 2 foreign returnees test positive in Kerala,17 total cases

How will India fight pandemic if officials speak in different voices, says Congress leader Ajay Maken

There is confusion within govt on COVID-19 situation; how will India fight pandemic if officials speak in different voices: Congress leader Ajay Maken

224 fresh cases of COVID-19 reported in Delhi

224 fresh cases of COVID-19 reported in Delhi between 4 PM yesterday & 12 midnight. Total number of cases stands at 6542 including 2020 recoveries & 68 deaths.
There are 4454 active cases: Delhi Health Department

749 total positive cases in Karnataka, 30 deaths

1 new cases have been reported in Karnataka today, taking total number of cases to 794 including 30 deaths & 386 discharges. Number of active cases stands at 377: Karnataka Health Department

13 new positive cases in Jammu and Kashmir, 836 total cases

13 new positive cases have been reported since yesterday. The total number of positive cases is now 836: Govt of UT of Jammu and Kashmir

2 foreign returnees test positive in Kerala,17 total cases

Two foreign returnees have tested positive for COVID-19 in Kerala today, taking total number of active cases to 17 in the state: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

6 more ITBP personnel test positive

6 new COVID19 positive cases reported in the last 24 hours; till now, a total of 100 personnel (all in Delhi) have tested positive for COVID-19: Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP)

A ‘Shramik Special’ train with 1200 people on board departs Chikkabanavara Railway Station in Bengaluru for Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh

2 new positive cases in Odisha, 289 total cases

2 new COVID-19 positive cases reported in Ganjam and Nayagarh, taking the total number of positive cases in the state to 289: Odisha Health Department

Delhi govt needs to ensure transparency in reporting coronavirus cases, deaths: Congress leader Ajay Maken

Delhi govt needs to ensure transparency in reporting coronavirus cases, deaths: Congress leader Ajay Maken on reports of mismatch of data

Central govt should tell people clearly about exact COVID-19 situation, says Congress leader Ajay Maken

Central govt should tell people clearly about exact COVID-19 situation to enable them to prepare accordingly: Congress leader Ajay Maken

Number of active cases of COVID-19 stands at 1,800 in Uttar Pradesh

Number of active cases of COVID-19 stands at 1800 in Uttar Pradesh & 1399 patients have been recovered. Our average recovery rate stands at around 43 per cent as against national average of 30 per cent: Principal Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad

Ivanka Trump’s personal assistance tests positive

Oppo mobile factory in Greater Noida resumes work with 200 workers

Gautam Buddha Nagar: Oppo mobile factory in Greater Noida has resumed its work today with around 200 workers who were brought to factory by buses. The maintenance work has started before resuming complete operations. Govt has allowed factories to operate with reduced workforce.

An Air India flight carrying 129 passengers from Dhaka, Bangladesh landed at Delhi airport

Death toll rises to 12 in Amravati, Maharashtra

The number of COVID-19 fatalities in Maharashtra’s Amravati district rose to twelve on Saturday with the death of a 53-year-old man at the COVID facility here, an official said.

The deceased, a resident of Masanganj locality in the city, tested positive for coronavirus on Friday night, he said.

He was suffering from fever and breathing difficulty, the official said, adding that swab samples of the patient were taken on May 7.

“There are now 60 active patients at the COVID ward.

While five have been recovered, another patient was referred to Nagpur,” the official added.

4 new positive cases in Uttarakhand, 67 total cases

4 new COVID-19 positive cases have been reported in Uttarakhand today; taking the total number of positive cases to 67: State Health Department

Punjab opens restaurants and eateries only for home delivery from 7am to 7pm in Ludhiana

Punjab: Restaurants and eateries opened in Ludhiana today after district magistrate allowed the opening of restaurants, eateries, ice cream shops, sweet shops and juice shops in the district from 7am to 7pm only for home delivery.

13 more CISF test positive

13 more Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel tested positive in last 24 hours; 48 CISF personnel have tested COVID-19 positive till date: CISF

West Bengal is running 711 camps for migrants in state, we are taking good care of them: TMC

Not right to say CM Mamata Banerjee not allowing migrants; 16 migrants died on your watch, will rail minister take responsibility: TMC

Migrant workers staged protest in Surat demanding they be sent back home

Gujarat: Migrant workers staged protest at Hazira industrial area in Surat today demanding they be sent back to their respective states, among other issues.

Andhra Pradesh reports 43 new positive cases, 1,930 total cases, 44 deaths

43 new COVID-19 positive cases have been reported in Andhra Pradesh in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of positive cases to 1,930. Three deaths have been reported in last 24 hours, death toll is at 44: Arja Srikanth, State Nodal Officer

Karnataka reports 36 new positive cases, 789 total cases, 30 deaths

36 more COVID-19 cases reported in Karnataka between 5 pm yesterday & 12 pm today. Total number of cases in the state is now at 789, including 379 discharged and 30 deaths: State Health Department.

Our fatality rate in the country continues to be around 3.3% and the recovery rate has climbed up to 29.9%: Harsh Vardhan, Union Health Minister

Our fatality rate in the country continues to be around 3.3% and the recovery rate has climbed up to 29.9%, these are very good indicators. Doubling rate for last 3 days has been about 11 days, for last 7 days it has been 9.9 days: Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Health Minister

No test before discharge: New policy for mild, moderate COVID-19 cases

No Reverse transcription PCR or RT-PCR tests – conducted to detect the presence of pathogens in the body – will be done for coronavirus patients showing mild or moderate symptoms before they are discharged, the Union Health Ministry said today as it revised its guidelines for the discharge of COVID-19 patients. The new guidelines come as coronavirus cases in India inch towards the 60,000-mark, increasing the burden on healthcare facilities across the country, reported NDTV

714 police personnel test positive in Maharashtra, 5 deaths

714 police personnel have tested positive for COVID-19 in the state, of which 648 are active cases, 61 recovered and 5 deaths. There have been 194 incidents of assault on police personnel during the lockdown period and 689 accused have been arrested for the same: Maharashtra Police.

There will be no hike in school fee for this academic year 2020-21: Maharashtra Education Department

There will be no hike in school fee for this academic year 2020-21. Parents should not be forced to pay the remaining fee of academic year 2019-2020 and the fee for 2020-21 in one go, they must be given monthly/quarterly payment options: Maharashtra Education Department.

4-month-old among 11 new positive patients in Chandigarh

A four-month-old child among 11 more COVID-19 patients were reported in Chandigarh on Saturday, taking the total number of cases to 159, officials said.

On one hand you are taking credit saying you are sending them back on your money and on the other hand you are asking Bihar government to return the money: Sanjay Kumar Jha, Bihar Minister

West Bengal government is not allowing trains with migrants reaching the state: Union Home Minister Amit Shah to Mamata

HM Amit Shah writes to West Bengal CM, says not getting state government’s support to help migrants reach home

HM Amit Shah writes to West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee; says not getting state government’s support to help migrants reach home: Officials

Rajasthan reports 57 new positive cases taking total tally to 3,636, 103 deaths

57 new COVID-19 positive cases have been reported today taking the total number of positive cases to 3,636. Death toll is at 103: Rajasthan Health Department

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare issues revised discharge policy for COVID-19 patients

3,320 COVID-19 cases and 95 deaths reported in India in 24 hours

3320 more COVID-19 cases and 95 deaths reported in last 24 hours. Total number of cases in India rises to 59,662, including 39834 active cases, 17847 cured/discharged/migrated, and 1981 deaths: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Pakistan reports record COVID-19 cases as lockdown measures set to ease

The number of COVID-19 cases surged to a record high in Pakistan as the governments of Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Balochistan announced the partial easing of lockdown measures imposed to curb the spread of the virus.

On Friday, the country registered 1,807 cases from the three provinces of Punjab, Sindh and KP alone, taking the national tally to 26,954, reports Dawn news.

UK COVID deaths top 31,000 as another 626 patients die

Another 626 COVID-19 patients have died in Britain, bringing the total coronavirus-related death toll in the country to 31,241, Environment Secretary George Eustice said.

COVID-19 curve decreasing in Italy as death toll tops 30,000

Italy posted a decrease in COVID-19 intensive care cases and hospitalizations as the death toll pushed past the 30,000 mark, according to the latest numbers released by the country’s Civil Protection Department.

France’s coronavirus death toll tops 26,000

With 243 people losing their lives to the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, France saw its pandemic toll rise to 26,230, while the numbers of people hospitalized and admitted into intensive care continued to decline.

Trudeau extends emergency wage subsidy over soaring jobless rate

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced extension of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy program to help businesses and services retain their employees as the April jobless rate soared to record 13 per cent.

Turkey’s COVID-19 cases rise to 135,569; Iran’s tally hits 104,691

Turkey confirmed 1,848 new COVID-19 cases, bring the total number to 135,569, while Iran’s total number of infections increased to 104,691

Mike Pence’s aide tests positive for coronavirus

A top aide to US Vice-President Mike Pence has tested positive for COVID-19 one day after another White House staff member was diagnosed with the virus.

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