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COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh update | State's tally rises to 3,41,516 with addition of 1,423 fresh cases, while death toll rises by 20 to reach 4,096.
Coronavirus LIVE Updates | Pune district reports 4,961 COVID-19 cases; 31 fatalities push death toll to 4,961
COVID-19 in update | Johnson & Johnson to deliver coronavirus vaccine to Europe from April 19
Johnson & Johnson said Monday it will start delivering its single-shot Covid vaccine to Europe on April 19, giving the continent a boost as it struggles to speed up its vaccination drive.
The pharmaceutical giant's jab was approved by European regulators in mid-March, following approval of vaccines made by Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca.
COVID-19 in Madhya Pradesh update | State reports 2,323 fresh coronavirus cases in past 24 hours
Madhya Pradesh reports 2,323 fresh coronavirus cases. With nine more patients succumbing to the disease in a day, the death toll reaches 3,967.
Coronavirus LIVE Updates | Pfizer, Moderna work in real-world conditions, found up to 90% effective: CDC
The COVID-19 vaccines of Moderna Inc and Pfizer-BioNtech were found effective in real-world conditions, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – the United States’ national public health agency- said in a report released on March 29.
Coronavirus in Maharashtra LIVE Updates | State registers 31,643 new cases in past 24 hours
Maharashtra registered 31,643 new cases in past 24 hours. 20,854 patients discharged and 102 deaths reported. Case fatality rate is the state is 1.98%, while recovery rate is 85.71%. 16,07,415 people are in home quarantine and 16,614 people in institutional quarantine.
Coronavirus in Kerala LIVE Updates | Kerala reports 1,549 fresh COVID-19 cases on Monday, while 1,897 people have been cured. Death toll mounts to 4,590 with 11 more fatalities.
Coronavirus in Haryana LIVE Updates | Haryana reports 995 new COVID-19 cases, 801 recoveries and 2 deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases: 2,88,714, Total recoveries: 2,76,259, Death toll: 3143, Active cases: 9312.
Coronavirus in Karnataka LIVE Updates | Karnataka Government: We are not going to close schools and colleges. We have taken suggestions about closing schools, it will be reviewed after exams that will finish in 15 days.
Coronavirus in Karnataka LIVE Updates | Karnataka Government: For 15 days from today no protests, rallies will be allowed. Number of cases in apartments are increasing, so no parties or celebration allowed from today. There will be no lockdown. Strict action will be taken against people who don't wear mask.
Coronavirus LIVE Updates | Mumbai civic body to procure 1.5 lakh Remdesivir injections
Owing to a surge in COVID-19 cases in Mumbai, the city civic body will place the order for procuring 1.5 lakh injections of antiviral drug Remdesivir and other medical equipment to avoid any potential shortage of medicines at hospitals, a senior official said on Monday. He also said that a sizeable number of new cases are reported from high-rise buildings. Mumbai on Sunday reported the highest single-day rise in COVID-19 cases by adding 6,923 new infections, taking the total tally to 3,98,674. "We are worried due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the city, which is a hub of major industrial and financial institutions. To treat coronavirus positive patients, we need to buy as many 1.5 lakh vials of Remdesivir injection so that we can cover maximum patients. We want to avoid any shortage of medicines by hospitals or treatment centres," said Suresh Kakani, additional municipal commissioner (health), Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Remdesivir is a broad-spectrum anti-viral medication. Because of a steady rise in new cases, the Maharashtra government recently decided to purchase additional oxygen cylinders and ventilators for various COVID treatment centres. Maharashtra on Sunday reported 40,414 coronavirus positive cases, the highest rise so far in a single day, taking its tally to 27,13,875, just two days after the caseload reached 26 lakh, as per the state health department.