Less than 30,000 day by day cases reported for fourth day, curfew prolonged in Dehradun

For the fourth consecutive day, India has registered lower than 30,000 day by day new COVID-19 cases. India on Wednesday reported 27,176 new COVID-19 cases within the final 24 hours taking the nation’s whole tally to 33,316,755, based on the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s information.

The demise toll has additional climbed to 4,43,497 with 284 day by day fatalities, as per the ministry information. During the final 24 hours, the variety of lively cases within the nation declined by 11,120. The lively caseload stands at 3,51,087. They account for 1.05% of whole cases.

Meanwhile, 38,012 extra people had been discharged within the final 24 hours, taking the overall recoveries within the nation to 32,52,2171. The weekly positivity charge is 2.00%, which is lower than 3% for the final 82 days. The day by day positivity charge at 1.69% is lower than 3% for the final 16 days. 

Mizoram witnessed 1,502 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, the fourth highest within the nation after Kerala (15,876), Maharashtra (3,530), and Tamil Nadu (1,591). Under the nationwide vaccination program, 75.89 crores vaccine doses have been administered thus far.

Statewise COVID-19 cases

Kerala reported 15,876 cases of COVID-19 and the variety of lively cases within the state dropped under two lakh.

Kerala’s Test Positivity Rate (TPR) has declined to fifteen.12% from 19%, reported final week.

Maharashtra noticed a rise in COVID-19 cases as in comparison with Monday’s caseload.

The state on Tuesday reported 3,530 new cases while the state had reported 2,740 cases on Monday.

The monetary capital Mumbai reported 724 new cases on Tuesday.

On Tuesday Delhi reported 38 new COVID-19 cases.

The capital has recorded just one fatality because of the an infection in September up to now.

There are 400 lively cases in Delhi, up from 377 the day before today.

98 sufferers are in house isolation, a slight improve from 97 a day in the past.

Dehradun curfew prolonged

The Uttarakhand government has prolonged the COVID-19 curfew within the Dehradun district until 6 am of September 21.

The state government allowed vacationers to go to Mussoorie on weekends however they have to supply unfavorable take a look at studies 72 hours earlier than arrival

The District Magistrate R Rajesh Kumar mentioned that solely these vacationers will be allowed who have carried out on-line registration on Dehradun Smart City Portal.

In view of the prevention of COVID-19, no more than 15,000 vacationers will be allowed in inns and other institutions on weekends. 

Parking of vehicles will not be allowed after 5 pm on Mall Road in Mussoorie.

It is necessary for each individual to put on a masks, handkerchief, or scarf while venturing out of inns, and spitting in a public place will be banned.

The District Magistrate informed that in case of violation of orders Rs 500-1000 will be charged as a penalty. 

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