Kerala on Tuesday shot the true single-day spike with two hundred and seventy-two recent cases ever since the COVID-19 outbreak. However, more than the number of new cases, it is the rising trend in cases occurring in the community through local transmission that is ringing the alarm bells as far as the Health Department is concerned. Here is a choice of State Helpline numbers. You can track Coronavirus cases, deaths and testing rates at the national and State levels here. Here are the last updates: 9.45 p.m. | Madhya Pradesh fat one-day spike carries Madhya Pradesh tally beyond 16,000 Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday entered four hundred and nine latest COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 16,036. The amount of active cases stands at 3,420. Seven patients died of the illness on the day, taking the State-wide death toll to 629. As for recoveries, two hundred and nineteen victim were repaid from hospitals on the day. So far, 11,987 persons have been cured of the illness, says the State Directorate of Health Services. 9.20 p.m. | current Delhi IndiGo repatriates thirty-nine Indians from Colombia IndiGo spoken on Wednesday it repatriated 39 Indian nationals who were stranded at Bogota in Colombia in coordination with Qatar Airways. The airline, in a press statement, said 39 Indians -- 37 adults and two infants -- travelled on a July 6 flight of Qatar Airways from Bogota to Doha. These customer then related onward to the Vande Bharat Mission flight of IndiGo from Doha to Mumbai on July 7. The Doha-Mumbai stairs had a complete of two hundred and thirteen Indians, involving thirty-nine aforementioned ones, it said 8.50 p.m. | Sikkim Six GREF jawans test definite for COVID-19 in Sikkim Six present quantity Engineer Force (GREF) jawans tested positive for COVID-19 in Sikkim, taking the Himalayan states tally to 133, a top Health department official said on Wednesday. The six GREF jawans were undergoing quarantine with other colleagues at GREF camp in Rongli, East Sikkim, Director General (DG)-cum- Secretary, Health, Dr Pema T Bhutia said. They were brought to STNM Hospital after developing symptoms of COVID-19 and tested positive for the disease, he said. 8.35 p.m. | West Bengal West Bengal reports highest one-day spike of 986 COVID-19 casesWest Bengal on Wednesday witnessed the highest single-day spike in COVID-19 cases with 986 fresh infections, taking the state’s virus count to 24,823, the health department said in a bulletin. The state also reported 23 new fatalities, raising the death toll to 827, it added. The amount of effective COVID-19 cases now climbs at 7,705. 8.05 p.m. | Gujarat Gujarat records highest single-day spike of 783 COVID-19 casesGujarat reported 783 new Coronavirus cases on Wednesday, the highest single-day spike, taking the count to 38,419, while the death toll inched towards the 2,000-mark, the State Health Department said. The State reported the death of 16 Coronavirus patients, taking the total fatalities to 1,995, it said. Also, 569 more patients were discharged from hospitals, pushing up the number of recovered cases in the State to 27,313, the Health Department said. 7.40 p.m. | current Delhi Uber to serve donors open transport to plasma bank in Delhi glide hailing top Uber on Wednesday said it is offering unrestricted rides to donors in the city, travelling to the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) that houses the country’s first plasma bank. It is also encouraging recovered citizens to support the chief minister’s appeal to come forward and help those in need. “ The Delhi country has been goning tirelessly to contain the spread of COVID-19 and this partnership symbolises our contribution to support Delhi and its residents. Over the coming few days and weeks, we will facilitate UberMedic trips/rides for free to COVID-19 recovered citizens to make vital plasma donations for saving lives,” Uber India and South Asia Director, Operations and Head of Cities, Prabhjeet Singh said in a statement. 7.25 p.m. | Maharashtra two hundred and seventy-eight elder Maharashtra Police personnel test clear admitting total to 5,713With 278 more police personnel testing positive for novel Coronavirus in Maharashtra, the number of the infected cases in the police force has gone up to 5,713, an official said on Wednesday. A total of 71 police personnel have succumbed to the viral infection so far, he said. At 43, the worthy demise toll of police personnel has been described from Mumbai. The deceased included two officers, he added. The count of police personnel who have retrieved from the infection so far stands at 4,531.7.05 p.m. | Gujarat Show cause notice to Ahmedabad hospital for fleecing patientThe Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has issued a show cause notice to a private hospital for allegedly overcharging a Coronavirus patient, an official said Wednesday. The civic body had received a complaint from the son of the COVID-19 patient stating that the hospital charged them more than the rates prescribed by the government, he said. 6.50 p.m. | Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu pupil attached in Kyrgyzstan wish to return Students from Tamil Nadu studying at many universities in Kyrgyzstan submitted video pleas to India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami on June 7, seeking safe return in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. explaining to The Hindu on Wednesday, K. Ganesh Kumar, a pupil from Madurai who went to Kyrgyzstan’s Osh State Medical University in 2017, said only two flights had been arranged by the Centre to fly to Chennai in the four phases of ‘Vande Bharat ’ mission. The stairs conformed one hundred and sixty-eight folks each in two phases -- on July two and July 4. -Sanjana Ganesh 6.30 p.m. | KashmirGardens, parks in Kashmir reopen after three months of lockdownGardens and parks in Kashmir reopened on Wednesday morning after remaining closed for over 100 days due to the Coronavirus-induced lockdown, officials said. The Jammu and Kashmir administration had on Tuesday announced the reopening of all gardens and parks as part of a gradual unlocking process. Hundreds of morning walkers and joggers flocked to various parks early this morning, the officials said. 6.15 p.m. | current Delhi Lockdown in containment zones in Bengal for seven days from five p.m . tomorrow Lockdown urge be imposed in containment zones in West Bengal for seven days from five p.m. on Thursday to check the surge in novel Coronavirus cases, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Wednesday. The situation will be reviewed after the seven days and the next course of action will be decided, she said at the State secretariat here. “ This lockdown in containment zones in West Bengal yeing continue for seven days from five pm Thursday. Will review the situation after seven days and then decide next course of action on lockdown,” the Chief Minister said. 5.55 p.m. | current Delhi faltered Amarnath Yatra;
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