Latest Coronavirus updates: death toll rises to 1,568, cases rise to 46,433 in India
NEW DELHI: Up to 1,074 Covid-19 patients have recovered in the past 24 hours, the highest number of recoveries recorded in one day, the health ministry said Monday. The health ministry said the recovery rate is 27.52 percent with 11,706 Covid-19 patients cured so far.
The death toll from Covid-19 rose to 1,568 and the total number of cases rose to 46,433 in the country on Monday. The number of active cases in India is 32,134, while 12,727 people were cured/discharged/migrated.
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India will probably operate 64 flights to repatriate 14,800 of its citizens
The central government is likely to operate 64 flights from May 7 to 13 to bring home some 14,800 Indian citizens stranded abroad due to the coronavirus blockade, senior government officials said Tuesday.
Air India and its subsidiary Air India Express would operate these special flights to repatriate Indians from 12 countries: the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman, they said. the functionaries.
'None of us is safe until all of us': UN chief
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said that overcoming the coronavirus pandemic will require the most massive public health effort in history, as it is an interconnected world where none of us is safe until we are all safe.
His comments came when world leaders pledged 7.4 billion euros (about $ 8.2 billion) on Monday to support research and development of drugs to combat Covid-19, which has so far killed more 2.5 lakh people and infected more than 3.6 million worldwide.
Leaders from 40 countries joined together to support the ACT Accelerator through the Covid-19 Global Response International Engagement Event, organized by the European Commission.
Covid-19 cases in BSF increase to 67; max in Delhi, Tripura
Covid-19 cases in the BSF border surveillance force have risen to 67, with the highest reported in a Delhi battalion, deployed in the Jamia area for law enforcement, and from the border state of Tripura, said the Tuesday officials.
Thirteen new positive cases of Covid have been reported from a force field in Tripura. These include 10 staff members and three family members (wife and two children) of an infected soldier, a BSF spokesperson said.
The number of cases in the border state of Tripura is 24 now, he said.
3,900 cases and 195 deaths, the highest Covid-19 spike in India in 24 hours
India recorded the biggest jump in the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths, with 3,900 new cases and 195 deaths reported in the last 24 hours, according to the Health Ministry on Tuesday.
3,900 cases of Covid-19 and 195 deaths have been reported in the last 24 hours, the largest peak so far in both, according to the health ministry.
The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in India reached 46,433, including 1,568 deaths.
Three Navy ships set sail to bring stranded Indians from Maldives, UAE
Three navy warships have sailed to bring stranded Indian citizens back from the Maldives and the United Arab Emirates, defense spokesman said on Tuesday.
According to the Indian Navy, warships include INS Jalashwa, INS Magar, and INS Shardul.
INS Jalashwa deployed at sea, off Mumbai, along with INS Magar diverted to the Maldives. INS Shardul also at sea diverted to Dubai , for getting expats, said Commander Sridhar Warrier, defense spokesman.
A total of 14 warships have been prepared to evacuate Indian citizens from the Gulf and other countries.
Section 144 imposed in Mumbai until May 17
In an attempt to contain the spread of Covid-19, Mumbai police have announced that Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure has been imposed in the city until May 17.
Section 144 of the CrPC prohibits the assembly of four or more people in an area.
Movement of one or more people for all non-essential services, except for medical reasons, will be prohibited between 8 pm and 7 am, police said.
China reports 1 new virus case, no deaths
China reported a new case of coronavirus on Tuesday and no deaths, marking three weeks since it recorded a Covid-19 death.
The National Health Commission said 395 people remained under treatment at the hospital, while 949 were under isolation and observation for suspected cases or after testing positive despite showing no symptoms.
771 new cases bring the Maha Covid-19 count to 14,541; 35 more die
Maharashtra's Covid-19 count rose on Monday from 771 to 14,541, while 35 more patients died, 18 of them in Mumbai, to 583, an official with the state health department said.
Confusion prevailed after health officials announced the Covid-19 count for the state at 14,541 with the addition of 771 new cases on Monday. However, the figures did not coincide, since on Sunday the state count was 12,974 cases.
A senior health official issued a clarification Monday night, claiming that on Monday he reported 771 new cases of COVID-19. However, another 796 cases, which were tried before but verified (later), were added in today's count, making 14,541.
World will need a new post-Covid-19 globalization template: PM Modi
The coronavirus crisis has exposed the limitations of the existing international system and has highlighted the need for a new template of globalization based on equity, equality and humanity, Prime Minister. Narendra Modi he said Monday.
He was speaking at an (NAM) online summit, a forum of about 120 developing countries.
In his remarks, the Prime Minister also highlighted India's fight against the pandemic, saying that he has demonstrated how democracy, discipline and decision can come together to create a genuine popular movement that overcomes the challenge.
Two special flights to start evacuating Indians from the UAE on Thursday
Two special flights are set to operate on Thursday to evacuate India ns stranded in the United Arab Emirates due Covid-19 pandemic, the India n Consulate in Dubai has announced.
the passenger list for the two flights - Abu Dhabi to Kochi and Dubai to Kozhikode - will be finalized by the Embassy of India, Abu Dhabi, and the Consulate General of India, Dubai, a statement said.
Virus deaths exceed 250,000 when billions raised for vaccine boost
Global deaths from the coronavirus pandemic exceeded a quarter of a million on Monday, primarily in the US. USA And Europe, even as both regions slowly drifted away from the blockade and world leaders raised billions toward a vaccine.
A count of official figures from AFP showed that Europe is the most affected continent with around 145,000 deaths, and the United States recorded about 68,700, which together represent more than 85 percent of global deaths.
UN: United States has not shared evidence on the alleged origin of the coronavirus
the World Health Organization El jefe de emergencias del lunes dijo que no ha recibido evidencia del gobierno de the Estados Unidos para respaldar las acusaciones del presidente. Donald trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that the coronavirus may have originated from a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
From our perspective, this is still speculative, Michael Ryan told reporters in Geneva.
No hemos recibido ningún dato o evidencia específica del gobierno de the EE. UU. En relación con el supuesto origen del virus.