New variants not associated to upsurge in Kerala and Maharashtra COVID cases: VK Paul

Dr VK Paul, Member of the NITI Aayog stated on Tuesday that there was no proof to again that the new variants are chargeable for the sudden upsurge of COVID-19 cases in Kerala and Maharashtra. As per Union Helth Ministry information, at current there are 187 people detected with UK coronavirus pressure, six people with South African pressure and one with Brazilian pressure.

Maharashtra and Kerala have 75% lively COVID-19 cases. Rajesh Bhushan, Secretary, Health Ministry has stated that Kerala has 38% of the overall lively cases within the nation, while Maharashtra has 37% of the overall lively cases.

Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on Tuesday, stated over 1.17 crore people have been vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 to date.

Meanwhile, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan has written to PM Narendra Modi concerning ‘new restricts imposed by Government of Karnataka on the entry of people coming from Kerala’. 

“Imposing restrictions of inter-state movement of people by states is contrary to instructions of Govt of India,” he writes.

India’s COVID-19 information 

India’s whole tally of COVID-19 cases rose to 1,10,16,434 on Tuesday.

10,584 new COVID-19 infections had been being reported in a single day.

According to information from the Union Health Ministry recoveries have surpassed 1.07 crore.

With 78 new fatalities in a day, the general dying toll elevated to 1,56,463, as per the ministry information.

The variety of people who have recuperated from the illness reached 1,07,12,665.

National restoration price from COVID-19 is 97.24% while case fatality price stands at 1.42%.

The lively coronavirus infections within the nation have lowered to 1,47,306.

This contains 1.34% of the overall caseload, the information acknowledged.

The nation’s lively caseload as on Monday stood at 1,50,055 cases.

This is 1.36% of the overall positive cases.

The Health Ministry acknowledged that seven states or UTs have not reported any new cases in final 24 hours.


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