India surge recorded 1,79,723 new Covid infections and 146 fatalities on Monday.
Meanwhile, the state will begin providing the virus booster vaccine shot to health-care.
personnel and persons over 60 with co-morbidities starting today.
In the previous 24 hours, UP has reported 8,334 new Covid-19 cases, with four deaths.
In the previous 24 hours, Haryana has reported 5,736 new cases.
The Surge of Covid
The daily optimism rate has risen to 14.9 percent.
In India, precautionary dosages were started.
All individuals who are eligible should get vaccinated, in my opinion.
individuals who are eligible should get vaccinated, in my opinion.
Vaccination is still one of the most effective ways to combat disease, as we all know. PM on Covid-19 Modi
As a result, the surgeries had been postponed.
The Rajasthan government has set a limit of Rs 50 for RAT fees in private labs (inclusive of all taxes).
JP Nadda, the BJP’s president, has tested positive for Covid-19.
People would not be permitted in all religious sites between January 14 and 18, and customized inter-district vehicles for Pongal will run at 75 percent capacity, according to the Tamil Nadu government.
CPM Leaders Tested Positive
Prakash Karat and Brinda Karat, both leaders of the CPM, have come back positive for Covid. They had travelled to Hyderabad for a meeting of the party’s central committee. They were both admitted to a posh hospital.On the first day, about 9 lakh “precaution dosages” were given to the qualifying age range.
In the previous ten days, 67 students at the Ahmedabad Institute of Management have tested positive for HIV
According to sources from Bihar, In just 24 hours, 4,737 new Covid incidents were created. There are currently 20,938 active cases: Department of Health, Bihar.
Today in West Bengal, there have been 19,286 fresh Covid infections, 8,187 cures, and 16 fatalities.
reports from Gujarat In the last 24 hours, there have been 6,097 new cases of Covid and two fatalities.
Basavaraj Bommai, the Chief Minister of Karnataka, came back positive for Covid-19 “having minor symptoms.”