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The number of everyday covid cases in India has risen to 1.79 lakh, the highest since May.
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The number of everyday covid cases in India has risen to 1.79 lakh, the highest since May.

Covid cases in India, There were 1,79,723 new coronavirus cases recorded in India in a single day, bringing the total to 3.57 crore, with 4,033 instances of the Omicron variety recorded across 27 states/union territories. The virus has been related to 146 fatalities in the nation. Active case now constitute for 2.03 % of all infections. And the healing rate has plummeted to 96.62 % across the nation. As per data released this morning by the Health Ministry, the active COVID-19 caseload increased by 1,33,008 cases in 24 hours. Every day, the number of instances of covid surpasses the previous day's total. Will the government take any action in this regard? Now there's a debate about vaccinations, with more than 90% of people receiving both doses and more than half receiving the first do...
In India, there were over 1 lakh daily reports of omicron cases after 7 months.
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In India, there were over 1 lakh daily reports of omicron cases after 7 months.

India confirmed 1,17,100 new infections of Covid-19. The active caseload in the country has increased to 3,71,363 with the addition of 30,836 new recoveries. After 302 individuals died from the fatal virus, the death toll rose to 4,83,178. The Omicron variation is seen in 3,007 cases across the country. During a statewide spike in cases, Maharashtra recorded 36,265 new Covid occurrences on Thursday, with Mumbai seeing a 31.7 percent increase in the last 24hrs. Dharavi, Asia's largest slum cluster, had its single highest total on Thursday, according to the city's figures. The Centre announced the first Omicron-related death in the country on Wednesday. In Rajasthan's Udaipur, a 74-year-old man with illnesses died of the virus last week. India is seeing an exponential surge in Covid-1...
Third Covid Wave in India is expected to peak on February 3rd
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Third Covid Wave in India is expected to peak on February 3rd

Third Covid Wave in India. According to a modeling study conducted by researchers at the IIT Kanpur, the 3rd wave of the Coronavirus outbreaks in India could peak on February 3, 2021. The article is still being peer-reviewed, but it is predicated on the idea that India would follow similar countries' patterns. The spike in cases has begin around December 15, 2021, according to the report. India has confirmed high Covid cases in the previous few days, according to the health ministry. This is not yet an indicator of a new wave. Infections in Asia are declining in comparison to Europe and Africa, according to the health ministry. It is noted that the epidemic is in its 2nd wave, with over 9 lakh cases reported worldwide on December 23. The study's authors majority of the respondents did ...
In India, 90928 Covid cases are reported in one day, with the country’s first Omicron death.
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In India, 90928 Covid cases are reported in one day, with the country’s first Omicron death.

In India, 90928 Covid cases are reported in one day 90928 Covid cases are reported in one day on Thursday; India recorded a one-day surge of 90,928 new Covid-19 cases and 325 deaths. The daily positive rate was 6.43 percent on average. In the last 24 hours, 19,206 recoveries were reported; bringing the total active number of cases in the country to 2,85,401. However, the nation's Omicron tally reached 2,630; with Maharashtra (797) leading the way, trailed by Delhi (465), Rajasthan (236), and Kerala (236). (234). The first Omicron-related fatality in the country was confirmed by the Centre on Wednesday. A 74-year-old person with diseases died of the infection last week in Rajasthan's Udaipur. India is seeing an exponential surge in Covid-19 cases, which is thought to be cause...
Covid 19 Will Come to an End in 2022 Says The WHO’s Director-General
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Covid 19 Will Come to an End in 2022 Says The WHO’s Director-General

Covid 19 Will Come to an End in 2022. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization ( WHO ), expressed optimism that the Covid - I outbreak will be over by 2022 if the disparity is addressed. I'm confident that as we reach the third wave of the Covid - 19 outbreak, that this is the year we put a stop to it. But only if we do it together,  WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a statement on Friday. He delivered the warning in his New Year's speech. We now have a slew of new methods for preventing and treating COVID - 19. The longer unfairness persists, the greater the chance of this virus developing in unpredictable ways. "We will put an end to unfairness and the pandemic," he declared. Tedros noted that millions of citizens have m...