Over 600 New Coronavirus Cases In Last 24 Hours, Death Count Rises To 68


Coronavirus Live Updates: Over 600 New Coronavirus Cases In Last 24 Hours, Death Count Rises To 68

Coronavirus: A total of 163 people have been discharged from hospitals after receiving treatment.

New Delhi:

Sixty-eight people have died after being infected by the novel coronavirus. Across the country, the number of confirmed cases is now 2,908, with 601 new cases detected in the past 24 hours. Confirmed COVID-19 cases have been reported from 211 districts across the country, up from 161 on March 29 and 75 on March 22. Worldwide the number of COVID-19 positive cases has crossed 1 million, with over 50,000 dead. On Thursday the World Bank approved $1 billion in emergency financing for India to tackle the outbreak. On Friday morning Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation, via a brief video message, for the second time since a nationwide 21-day “total lockdown” was initiated. The centre, meanwhile, has identified 13 coronavirus hotspots across the country. The Uttar Pradesh government has filed charges against some members of the Tablighi Jamaat, the Islamic sect whose religious gathering in Delhi has been linked to hundreds of coronavirus cases, under the strict National Security Act (NSA). The charges were filed after allegations of misconduct against and assault on nurses at a Ghaziabad hospital. While ordering the charges to be filed, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath described them as “enemies of humanity”. Those charged under the NSA can be held for up to a year if the accused are seen to threaten public order.

World

10,99,054Cases

8,13,538Active

2,26,611Recovered

58,905Deaths

Coronavirus has spread to 181 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 10,99,054 and 58,905 have died; 8,13,538 are active cases and 2,26,611 have recovered as on April 4, 2020 at 10:27 am.

India

2,902 355Cases

2,650 328Active

184 21Recovered

68 6Deaths

In India, there are 2,902 confirmed cases including 68 deaths. The number of active cases is 2,650 and 184 have recovered as on April 4, 2020 at 9:00 am.

State & District Details

State Cases Active Recovered Deaths

DistrictCases

Mumbai174

Pune49

Sangli24

Thane20

Nagpur18

Ahmednagar8

Mumbai Sub Urban5

Yavatmal4

Buldana4

Satara3

Kolhapur2

Palghar2

Raigad2

Sindhudurg1

Blanks1

Ratnagiri1

Nashik1

Jalagaon1

Gondia1

Aurangabad1

Details Awaited*101

423 88

400 91

42

19 3

DistrictCases

Chennai37

Coimbatoor29

Tiruneveli29

Erode26

Theni20

Namakkal18

Dindugal17

Madurai15

Tirupattur7

Salem6

Kanyakumari5

Sivagangai5

Thoothukudi3

Villupuram3

Kanchipurum3

Thiruvarur2

Karur2

Thiruvannamalai2

Tirupur1

Trichirapalli1

Vellore1

Thanjavur1

Virudhunagar1

Details Awaited*177

411 102

406 102

6

1

DistrictCases

South Delhi63

South East16

Central12

West Delhi12

South West10

East Delhi9

North Delhi9

Shahdara8

North East6

North West5

New Delhi2

Details Awaited*234

386 167

384 169

8

6 2

DistrictCases

Kasargod115

Kannur49

Ernakulam23

Thiruvanthpuram13

Mallapuram11

Thrissur11

Pathanamthitta10

Kozhikode9

Kottayam6

Palakkad6

Idukki4

Wayanad3

Kollam3

Alappuzha2

Details Awaited*30

295 9

256

41 14

2

DistrictCases

Jaipur32

Bhilwara26

Evacuees From Iran18

Jhunjhunu8

Jodhpur8

Ajmer5

Dungarpur3

Pratapgarh2

Foreign Nationals2

Pali1

Alwar1

Sikar1

Churu1

Details Awaited*71

179 12

176 12

3

0

DistrictCases

Gb Nagar45

Meerut19

Agra12

Lucknow9

Ghaziabad8

Bareilly6

Bulandshahar3

Varanasi2

Philibhit2

Jaunpur1

Kanpur1

Bagpat1

Lakhimpur1

Shamli1

Basti1

Moradabad1

Details Awaited*61

174 2

157

19 5

2

DistrictCases

Prakasam15

Kadappa15

West Godavari12

Vizag11

Guntur9

Chitoor6

East Godavari6

Krishna6

Nellore3

Ananthapur2

Kurnool1

Details Awaited*75

161 29

161 29

1

1

DistrictCases

Hyderabad44

Karimnagar13

Madchal11

Ranga Reddy11

Bhadradri4

Mahboobnagar3

Kamareddy3

Nizamabad2

Gadwal2

Warangal (u)1

Details Awaited*64

158

164

1

7

DistrictCases

Bbmp30

Bengaluru Urban21

Mysore18

Dakshin Kannada9

Uttar Kannada8

Chikkaballapura7

Kalaburgi4

Bellary3

Udupi3

Davangere3

Bengaluru Rural1

Dharwad1

Kodagu1

Tumkuru1

Details Awaited*18

128 4

119 2

12 2

3

DistrictCases

Indore12

Jabalpur8

Ujjain4

Bhopal3

Shivpuri2

Gwalior1

Neemuch1

Details Awaited*73

104

110

0

6

DistrictCases

Ahmedabad33

Gandhinagar10

Rajkot10

Surat9

Vadodara9

Bhavnagar6

Girsomnath2

Kutch1

Mehsana1

Porbandar1

Details Awaited*13

95

94 1

10

9 1

DistrictCases

Srinagar25

Bandipora11

Budgam7

Jammu5

Udhampur4

Rajouri3

Pulwama3

Baramulla2

Shopian2

Details Awaited*13

75

74

3

2

DistrictCases

Kolkata17

Nadia5

Hooghly4

East Medinipur3

North 24 Parganas3

Howrah2

West Medinipur1

Kalimpong1

South 24 Parganas1

Details Awaited*26

63

63

3

3

DistrictCases

Sbs Nagar19

Sas Nagar10

Hoshiarpur6

Jalandhar5

Ludhiana3

Amritsar2

Patiala1

Details Awaited*7

53 5

57 5

1

5

DistrictCases

Gurugram24

Faridabad6

Panipat4

Sirsa3

Panchkula2

Palwal1

Ambala1

Sonipat1

Hissar1

Details Awaited*6

49

25

24

0

DistrictCases

Munger8

Patna5

Siwan5

Gaya1

Begusarai1

Gopalganj1

Lakhisarai1

Nalanda1

Details Awaited*6

29

30

0

1

DistrictCases

Details Awaited*24

24 8

24 8

0

0

DistrictCases

Chandigarh16

Details Awaited*2

18

18

0

0

DistrictCases

Dehradun4

Pauri Garhwal1

Details Awaited*11

16 6

14 6

2

0

DistrictCases

Leh11

Kargil2

Details Awaited*1

14

11

3

0

DistrictCases

South Andaman10

10

10

0

0

DistrictCases

Raipur5

Rajnandgaon1

Durg1

Bilaspur1

Korba1

9

6

3

0

DistrictCases

Details Awaited*6

6

6

0

0

DistrictCases

Kangra3

Details Awaited*3

6

6

1

1

DistrictCases

Puducherry2

Mahe1

Details Awaited*2

5

4

1

0

DistrictCases

Khordha3

Bhadrak1

Details Awaited*1

5

5

0

0

DistrictCases

Imphal West1

Details Awaited*1

2

2

0

0

DistrictCases

Ranchi1

Details Awaited*1

2

2

0

0

1

1

0

0

DistrictCases

Details Awaited*1

1

1

Here Are The Live updates On The Coronavirus Outbreak In India:

One more tests coronavirus positive in Goa

With one more person testing coronavirus positive in Goa, the number of such patients in the state has climbed to seven in the state, Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said here on Saturday. The man from St Estevam village, 20 kms from Panaji, had recently returned from abroad, he said. “After he showed symptoms of COVID-19, he approached the Goa Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) and a test was conducted on him. His reports, which came late Friday night, confirmed that he is coronavirus positive,” Rane said. The patient has been admitted to a specially- designated COVID-19 hospital in South Goa, he added. “This is the seventh case in the state,” the minister said. Five of the earlier six patients had worked on a ship abroad before returning to the state.

Case registered against 12 Bangladesh citizens who attended the Tablighi Jamaat congregation
An FIR has been registered against 12 Bangladesh citizens who attended the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi last month and are now in administrative quarantine in UP’s Shamli district, police said on Saturday. Two persons tested positive for COVID-19 Friday evening out of the dozen Bangladeshi nationals who have been quarantined in a college in Thana Bhawan town in Shamli district, they said. They have all been booked for violation of the Foreigners Act, 1946 by the Thana Bhawan police station in the district, officials said. Police said they have also booked two more persons who had sheltered them after the 12 people were found in a mosque at Bhasani village and were later shifted to the quarantine ward. 
Odisha trains 500 MBBS students to treat COVID-19 patients

Apart from setting up of three special COVID hospitals, the Odisha government has also kept 500 MBBS students trained to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. As many as 500 MBBS students have been given COVID-19 online training as approved by Government of India, said. Odisha governments COVID spokesperson Subroto Bagchi on Friday. This apart, the state government has also kept in reserve some paramedics students like nurses to deal with the impending crisis due to sudden spike in COVID-19 cases. Fifteen persons tested positive for COVID-19 in Odisha on Friday, taking the total number of cases in the state to 20, officials said.

US coronavirus deaths hit new daily high of 1,480 in 24 hours

The United States recorded nearly 1,500 deaths from COVID-19 between Thursday and Friday, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker, the worst 24-hour death toll globally since the pandemic began. With 1,480 deaths counted between 8:30 pm (0030 GMT) Thursday and the same time Friday, according to the university”s continuously updated figures, the total number of people who have died since the start of the pandemic in the United States is now 7,406.

Trump expands role of US army in the fight against coronavirus
US President Donald Trump has expanded the role of the US Army in the fight against deadly coronavirus, saying that no one is better prepared to fight the current situation which is like a war. The US till Friday reported 7,380 deaths and at least 276,500 infections due to the deadly coronavirus, the highest for any country in the world. “We are expanding the role of the Armed Forces in our response effort because no one is better prepared to win a war of the United States military, and we are in a war. Invisible enemy,” Trump told reporters during a press briefing as he described New York as the hotspot of this war. On Friday, the number of those infected by a coronavirus (COVID-19) in the New York state alone crossed 100,000 and the deaths touched 3,000. It’s neighbouring New Jersey followed up with nearly 30,000 infections and 646 deaths.
Virus patients in Spain get five-star hotel quarantine
An ambulance driver wearing a white protective gown enters a Barcelona hotel and announces the arrival of three new “customers” — a trio of coronavirus patients discharged from hospital into luxury quarantine. “Good morning! How are you? My name is Enrique Aranda and I am probably the first non-health care worker you see in several days,” says the director of the five-star Melia Sarria hotel, peering into the ambulance. It took just three days to convert the hotel, which features contemporary decor and bathrooms with marble finishing, into a clinic. “Some patients arrive thinking that they were taken out of the hospital to be left to die, many people are frightened. I try to make them forget all that,” said Aranda, wearing masks and gloves. “I don’t let them out of the ambulance until I get a smile out of them. I want them to enter in another way, that they see that they aren’t in a hospital anymore, it is a hotel.” Instead of arriving with a suitcase, the hotel’s new clients carry bags containing just a few personal belongings and their medical reports.
China pauses to commemorate virus victims
China came to a standstill on Saturday to mourn patients and medical staff killed by the coronavirus, with the world’s most populous country observing a nationwide three-minute silence. People and traffic stopped in the street as air-raid sirens and car horns sounded in memory of the more than 3,300 lives claimed by the virus in China.
Americans urged to wear masks as virus toll mounts around world
The United States on Friday advised all Americans to wear masks in public to protect against the new coronavirus, fearing the illness that has infected more than one million people worldwide may be spreading by normal breathing. The recommendation came as the US set a new record for the number of COVID-19 deaths in one day with 1,480 dead, the most of any country since the pandemic began. That topped the record set by the US the previous day with 1,169 deaths. President Donald Trump said the government recommendation for all 330 million Americans to wear non-medical masks in places such as grocery stores would last “for a period of time.” 
IIT Roorkee develops low-cost gear for Covid-19 medics

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee has developed low-cost face shields for frontline healthcare workers at AIIMS Rishikesh.  

Puducherry Chief Minister urges people to respond to PM’s call
Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy appealed to the people of the union territory to respond to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for lighting a candle or lamp on April 5 to demonstrate the country’s collective will to fight coronavirus, PTI reported.
62 people have died after being infected by the novel coronavirus
Sixty-two people have died after being infected by the novel coronavirus, the government said on Monday. Across the country, the number of confirmed cases is now 2,547, with 478 new cases detected in the past 24 hours. 





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