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District wise Covid cases in Karnataka Today
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District wise Covid cases in Karnataka Today

District wise Covid cases in Karnataka Today, Officials said that a medical college in Dharwad, Karnataka, became a COVID-19 hotspot after the percentage of students and employees infected with coronavirus increased to 182 today versus 66 the day before. Officials at the SDM College of Medical Sciences in Dharwad reported that the majority of those ill were completely vaccinated for coronavirus and that the outbreak was caused by a previous freshers' party held on-site.Following the screening of over 300 pupils, the Covid test result of 66 completely vaccinated college students and the staff was positive on Thursday. Today, a greater number of college students are being examined. Genome sequencing would be performed on the affected people's data. "The students had all of their shots.....
Is Kerala backlog of Covid deaths a stumbling block to the state’s bragging rights?
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Is Kerala backlog of Covid deaths a stumbling block to the state’s bragging rights?

Kerala has kept the number of Covid deaths to a remarkably low level for more than a year since the pandemic struck. The state's share of the national death toll was only 1.4% as late as April 21, well into the second wave. Kerala's share of total deaths in the country surpassed its share of total new cases for the first time in September, rising to 45.2%, then to an alarming 64.7% in October. While Kerala contributed 56% of new Covid cases in India in October, the state's total death toll increased to 65%.Importantly, more than 80% of Kerala's October death toll were backlog deaths — deaths that occurred much earlier but were not disclosed as Covid deaths, partly due to insufficient documentation but more so because of to the state's lack of willingness — or, in a less charitable int...
Nipah virus Kerala latest News Today
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Nipah virus Kerala latest News Today

Nipah virus Kerala latest News Today On Friday, Health Minister Veena George alerted people to be careful after Norovirus, an animal-borne disease transmitted by dirty water and food, was confirmed in Kerala's Wayanad.The Minister of Health has ordered that preventive actions be stepped up and that public knowledge about the condition is raised. She's also raised a district-wide directive advising people to be vigilant.The Kerala Department of Health examined the condition in Wayanad yesterday in a meeting led by George. "There is no reason for people to be frightened at this time, but they must be extremely careful. One of the current projects is super residual chlorine. Sources of water pollution must be of high hygienic grade "she explained."The condition can be cured fast ...
When will third wave of corona come in India
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When will third wave of corona come in India

When will third wave of corona come in India? many more as 17 incidences of the Delta variation AY.4.2 strain, which is quickly expanding in the UK, have been reported in India during the third Covid wave crisis. Between May and September 2021, these samples were taken. During the same time frame, GISAID received 19,466 samples in India.COVID-19's Delta variety, AY.4.2, has been found in the United Kingdom, China, and Ukraine, and it has now arrived in India. Andhra Pradesh has reported 07 incidences of the new strain, Kerala has reported 4, Karnataka and Telangana have each confirmed two cases, Jammu and Kashmir have reported one case, and Maharashtra has reported one case, bringing the total number of cases to 17.The Karnataka Commissionerate of Health and Family Welfare Servic...
Kerala Will Reopen Colleges And Schools To Vaccinated Students
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Kerala Will Reopen Colleges And Schools To Vaccinated Students

Kerala Will Reopen Colleges, Kerala's government has permitted colleges and schools to start offline classes as of October 18. However, according to the government regulation, only students who have been vaccinated with both doses of Coronavirus vaccination will be able to attend physical mode classes."Regular courses in colleges and schools for all classes of students who've already received two doses of Coronavirus vaccine can continue from October 18, 2021. Involving teachers, lecturers, and other staff who have taken two doses of Coronavirus vaccine," according to a government statement.Schools, on the other hand, will reopen on November 1 for the students of Classes 1 to class 7, as well as Class 10 and Class 12. The government will enable pre-matric hostels and model residen...