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If You want to Win from Corona, get 10% Vaccination done by September, WHO Urges All Countries
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If You want to Win from Corona, get 10% Vaccination done by September, WHO Urges All Countries

The World Health Organization has expressed concern about the possibility of a third wave of corona and the increasing outbreak of the delta variant. WHO has appealed to all countries to intensify the vaccination campaign. WHO has urged all countries to vaccinate 10 percent of their population by the end of September. The organization has projected at least 40 percent by the end of this year and 70 percent by 2022. World Health Organization emergency director Michael Ryan said that the delta variant of the corona was first found in India and is now spreading rapidly in 132 countries. He said that to stop this, we have to start preparations from now. The vaccine is the only defense to win the war against Corona. Also, read| How Safe are you from Corona Infection...
Punjab reached Number One in the Country in the Death Rate from Corona, left Maharashtra behind
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Punjab reached Number One in the Country in the Death Rate from Corona, left Maharashtra behind

The second wave of Corona seems to be stopping. The daily cases of corona are decreasing. Meanwhile, the situation in Punjab has started getting scary. The number of people who lost their lives due to corona infection in Punjab is not decreasing. Punjab has overtaken Maharashtra in terms of the death rate from Corona and has reached number one in the country. Also, read| Third Wave is Coming: Covid Patients increasing rapidly in Maharashtra and Kerala, experts warn On Tuesday, the death rate was recorded in Punjab at 2.7 percent and that of Maharashtra at 2.0 percent. This rate in the country is 1.3 percent. However, it is a matter of relief that due to the recovery rate being 97 percent, so far 5.7 lakh people have defeated the epidemic in the state. So far more than one ...
Corona Virus still remains deadly in these 8 states including Maharashtra and Karnataka
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Corona Virus still remains deadly in these 8 states including Maharashtra and Karnataka

Now the second wave of the deadly corona virus is decreasing in the country. However, there are still many states of the country, where there is no decrease in the cases of the infection being registered daily. In 8 states of the country including Maharashtra, Karnataka, Assam, Telangana, and Bengal, the speed of corona virus is not stopping. Know what is the status of corona in these states at present and how many cases are being reported every day. Maharashtra With the arrival of 6740 new cases of corona virus  in Maharashtra, the number of infected has increased to 61,04,917, while the death toll has gone up to 1,23,136 due to the death of 51 more patients. In the last 24 hours, 13,027 people were discharged from hospitals in the state. So far 58,61,720 people have recovered from th...
The UK says Delta Strain found to be 60% More Transmissible
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The UK says Delta Strain found to be 60% More Transmissible

The United Kingdom government said on Friday that the delta strain of the coronavirus is 60% more transmissible than the strain found in the country's Kent County. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that England's full reopening from Covid-19 lockdown, penciled in for June 21, could be pushed back due to the rapid spread of the Delta variant. Also, read| AIIMS chief says I don't Think that Covid will Seriously Affect Children in Future Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London told Reporters about Delta Strain He said that estimates of Delta strain transmission edge over Alpha had narrowed, and "we think 60% is probably the best estimate. Ferguson said that modeling suggested any third wave of infections could rival Britain's second wave in the winter - which was f...
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New Delhi: 17,000 New Cases, Hotels, and Banquet Halls Convert into Hospitals 

The covid-19 cases are at their peak in the capital Delhi. Within the past 24 hours, 17,282 news cases have been observed with 104 deaths.  The new COVID-19 cases have been observed from the active 1.08 lakh tests- 73,915 RT-PCR and 34,619 rapid antigen test. A 15.92% of positivity rate has been observed, which is the highest ever in Delhi. However, earlier in November, there was a positivity rate of 15.33%.  “There are no ICU beds available in most big hospitals, both public and private. There is no sign of the outbreak ebbing either,” said a doctor at AIIMS, further said, if the cases continue to rise, the health infrastructure may collapse”.    Also read | Maharashtra lockdown: what's open and what's closed  As of now, Delhi has 50,736 active covid cases, of these 24,155 almost ha...
Vaccinate Every Indian in the Current Need: Reason of Corona Virus Mutation| Who should Avoid Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin and Covishield  – A Detailed Report
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Vaccinate Every Indian in the Current Need: Reason of Corona Virus Mutation| Who should Avoid Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin and Covishield – A Detailed Report

Vaccinate Every Indian is the greater push we need at the movement against Corona Virus. Go and get your Vaccinate now! Like Polio Dose is given at doorstep, same way ensure COVID-19 Vaccination for every Indian at doorsteps. This will generate jobs and instill a sense of confidence in the public. https://twitter.com/ani_digital/status/1380024139348463616?s=20 Corona Virus Latest Update Today is the 380th day since India implemented a nationwide lockdown to curb the novel coronavirus epidemic. India recorded 1,26,789 new Covid-19 cases over 24 hours on 8 April, the highest number of daily cases since the epidemic. The country's overall tally is now at 1,29,28,574, according to the data updated by the Union Health Ministry. As many as 685 deaths were reported across t...
Covid cases have declined so far since April 30
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Covid cases have declined so far since April 30

As of Tuesday, February 16, 15,000 doses of vaccine were administered across 265 centers in Delhi. Of which 2,356 was the second dose of vaccine received by health care workers.  Delhi has reported the fewest cases on Tuesday in the previous 292 days. Only 94 new cases were reported, which is really the lowest number of cases after April 30. There were only 74 infection cases followed on April 30. The new cases on Tuesday were reported due to 56,944 new tests at a positivity rate of 0.17%.  The fatality rate is also declining tremendously. No death was reported on Saturday, February 13, the second time in February when the fatality rate was nill. The same scenerio happened on February 9 when no infection was reported after a gap of nine months. Though, the rate of RT-PCR slipped s...