Coronavirus LIVE: India records 507 deaths in a day, case tally hits 585792

Jannie Delucca

Wellness workers amassing swab samples for Covid-19 testing at a govt school in, New Delhi on Sunday.

Coronavirus update: India has however all over again recorded far more than eighteen,five hundred conditions in 24 several hours, using its full quantity of coronavirus conditions to 585,792. All over seventeen,400 folks have died from the lethal condition. The United Nations Security Council is envisioned to undertake a resolution by digital vote on Wednesday calling on international locations to undertake a halt in hostilities to emphasis on the Covid-19 virus.

Primary Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday extended right up until the stop of November his government’s plan to give cost-free meals grains to 800 million weak in the state. In his speech, the PM focused on announcing the extension of the Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana by 5 months, and also bemoaned the laxity shown by folks in adhering to Covid-19-related safeguards, such

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LIVE: Taj Hotel gets terror threat from Karachi, says Maharashtra govt

Jannie Delucca

Indian Railways would develop its suburban expert services in Mumbai from today and run 350 trains each in the Central and Western Railway Zones, Minister Piyush Goyal had stated on Tuesday. The trains would, on the other hand, only carry necessary expert services staff recognized by the point out governing administration.

In the meantime, the European Union plans to open up its borders to non-necessary travellers, these kinds of as visitors and most enterprise people today. from a constrained variety of nations around the world outside the bloc from today. The 27 EU governments agreed on an initial “protected record” of fourteen nations around the world, which excludes the United States, Brazil, India, Russia and Turkey.

The United Nations Security Council is envisioned to undertake a resolution by digital vote today, contacting on nations around the world to undertake a halt in hostilities to aim on the Covid-19 virus.… Read More