The latest wave of coronavirus infection in the country's capital Delhi has smashed many records. More than 17,000 coronavirus cases were reported during 24 hours on Wednesday, which has raised the Delhi government's concern.
The coronavirus pandemic is exploding in the country. The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has become out of control.
Indore people are having a shortage of Oxygen cylinders and are having trouble as coronavirus is in high peak there. Sonu got the word and thought of helping them as many people are testing positive and the count is increasing every day.
Over the last 24 hours in the country, more than 2 lakh new cases of coronavirus have been reported while more than 1000 people have lost their lives. The rate of Covid-19infection has reached 15.92 percent.
Today is the last day of campaigning for the fifth phase of the West Bengal Election 2021. At five in the evening, election campaigns of all parties will come to an end.
Due to increasing cases of coronavirus infection, the Rajasthan government has announced a night curfew in all urban areas from 6 pm.
The coronavirus pandemic in Delhi has once again started taking a heavy toll. Over the last 24 hours, 17,282 new Covid-19 cases were reported in Delhi.
This was announced on Wednesday by Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, along with a host of other measures for the uplift of the Dalit community, as a mark of homage to Dr BR Ambedkar, who he said should be remembered as the first Indian who achieved so much for the Dalit community.
This comes as Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday reported 18,021 new covid cases, its biggest one day surge since the onset of the pandemic. The single day fatality also saw steep rise with 85 people succumbing to the virus in the state.
While the class 12 board examination has been postponed, the class 10 board examination has been cancelled. This decision has been taken due to the rapidly increasing number of coronavirus cases in the country.