Active COVID-19 cases in country highest in 230 days

The active cases have increased to 17,36,628, the highest in 230 days, while the death toll has climbed to 4,86,761 with 310 fresh fatalities, the data updated at 8 am stated. With 2,38,018 new coronavirus infections being reported in a day, India’s total tally of COVID-19 cases rose to 3,76,18,271, which includes 8,891 cases of … Read more

PM Modi likely to hold meeting with CMs on Covid situation on Thursday

Fresh curbs have been imposed in various parts of the country to check the spread of the highly transmissible virus. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to hold a meeting with chief ministers over the COVID-19 situation on Thursday as the number of virus infections sees a surge due to its Omicron variant. Fresh curbs … Read more

Coronavirus in India: Delhi registers more positive cases than Mumbai in last 24-hours

By : ABP News Bureau | Updated : 09 Jan 2022 08:20 PM (IST) Delhi registered more positive cases than Mumbai in last 24-hours. The number of fresh Covid cases registered are 22,751. 10,179 Patients recovered till now and 17 deaths today were logged. Watch the video and stay connected for more updates.  Source … Read more

Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in India surpass 150-crore mark

According to health ministry officials, over 91 per cent of the adult population has received at least one dose while over 66 per cent have been fully vaccinated. India achieved a major milestone in its vaccination programme against COVID-19 as the cumulative vaccine doses administered in the country surpassed the 150-crore mark on Friday. Union … Read more

Delhi records over 17,000 new cases, nine more deaths

The huge spike in fresh cases over the past several days is being recorded amid a significant jump in cases of new Omicron variant of Covid. Delhi on Friday recorded 17,335 fresh Covid cases, the highest single-day rise since May 8, and nine deaths, while the positivity rate mounted to 17.73 per cent, according to … Read more

Covid-19 3rd wave: Doctors in Delhi, Mumbai say most Corona cases mild, don’t need oxygen support

Severity caused by the Omicron variant appears to be 66-80 percent less than that caused by the Delta variant, an expert said. The highly contagious Omicron variant has led to an unprecedented rise in the number of cases worldwide and the spread has begun to accelerate the Covid-19 tally even in India over the past … Read more

Delhi: Kin of Covid victims to soon get additional Rs 50,000 from disaster response fund

Senior government officials said on Wednesday that directions have been issued to district magistrates to disburse ex gratia assistance of Rs 50,000 out of the DDRF to such families and a public notice in this regard is expected to be issued on the weekend. Families that have lost loved ones to COVID-19 in Delhi will … Read more

India’s Omicron tally rises to 781, Delhi reports maximum cases

Delhi recorded the maximum number of 238 cases followed by Maharashtra at 167, Gujarat 73, Kerala 65 and Telangana 62. India has recorded 781 cases of the Omicron variant of coronavirus across 21 states and UTs so far out of which 241 people have recovered or migrated, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated … Read more

33 out of 34 Omicron patients at Delhi hospital were fully vaccinated, check details

Dr Kumar said that the development showed that the Omicron variant is capable of infecting even those people who have been fully vaccinated. In a sign of extreme worry, out of the 34 Omicron patients admitted in a Delhi hospital, 33 of them got infected with the new variant despite being fully vaccinated. At Delhi’s … Read more

Two hundred Omicron cases reported in India so far, 5,326 new COVID-19 cases

Maharashtra and Delhi have recorded 54 cases of Omicron variant each, while Telangana registered 20 cases, Karnataka 19, Rajasthan 18, Kerala 15 and Gujarat 14 cases. Two hundred cases of Omicron variant of coronavirus have been detected in India so far out of which 77 patients have recovered or migrated, the Union Health Ministry said … Read more