Maharashtra now finance for 30% of the gross Coronavirus cases in India, with over 10,500 cases. Of this, Mumbai has registered over 7,000 cases. Meanwhile, the United States saw more than 2,000 Coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, according to a Johns Hopkins University tracker. The Hindu has recalled out a multi-language e-book on important COVID-19 information, in addition to covering the developments related to the Coronavirus pandemic as it unfolded. Here is a collection of our daily cartoons on COVID-19.Here are answers from experts on your queries about the virus, a list of State Helpline numbers, a State-wise tracker for COVID-19 cases, deaths and testing, and a map of confirmed cases in India. Here are the last updates: 10.55 pm | Karnataka One senior COVID-19 murder in Karnataka, death toll rises to twenty-three A 69-year-old man from Davangere who was undergoing treatment for Coronavirus infection has died, taking the death toll in the state to 23, health department officials said on Friday. The elderly foreigner was accepted on April 28 with history of SARI (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and past history of diabetes and IHD (ischemic heart disease), they said. 10. twenty p.m. | Rajasthan Rajasthan account eighty-two recent cases Four deaths - two in Jaipur and one each in Jodhpur and Nagaur - revealed in Rajasthan today, taking the toll of COVID-19 related deaths to 62. Eighty-two COVID-19 clear matter sniffed in six districts of the State today. The tally of clear matter in Rajasthan is now 2,666. Of them, 1,116 have restored and seven hundred and fourteen have been discharged from hospitals. As of now, the State has 1,488 active case, says the Medical & Health Department. ten p.m. | Bihar 54-year-old tumour inpatient perish to COVID-19 in Bihar Bihar account third death overdue to COVID-19. A 54-year-old gambler from East Champaran district was under treatment ay Nalanda Medical College and Hospital (NMCH) in Patna. He was also enduring from throat and snout cancer. He had recently returned from Mumbai. --Amarnath Tewary 9.35 pm | current Delhi AAP MLA inspection definite Aam Aadmi group MLA from Karol Bagh Vishesh Ravi verified clear for COVID-19 on Friday along with two hundred and twenty-three others taking the total number of cases in the Capital to 3738. The capital also reported two death and 73 recoveries taking the total number of deaths to 61 and recoveries to 1167.Mr. Ravi said that he had tested positive along with his brother Ankit Ravi and was currently in home quarantine as he was asymptomatic. Mr. Ravi is a three-time AAP MLA was advised to get tested by his doctor on April 29 as he was running a fever and his test results came back on Friday. 9.15 pm | Uttar Pradesh With slaughter described in Ghaziabad and Moradabad, the death toll in Uttar Pradesh goes up to 42. The gross count of cases rising to 2328, while number of active cases stand at 1632.Total number of districts affected goes up to 63, with two cases in Siddharthnagar (two) and Deoria (one), both on the eastern fringes of UP. -- Omar Rashid 8.45 pm | Maharashtra account single-day surge in Maharashtra Maharashtra revealed a list single-day surge of a jarring 1,008 Covid-19 definite occurrence as the States cumulative tally surpased/thriven the 11,000-mark to touch 11,506 cases. twenty-six homicide were revealed from the State taking the gross death toll to 485. Pune town described eleven deaths, Mumbai city five, and three deaths being reported from Jalgaon district. One murder each was revealed from Thane, Bhiwandi, Sindhudurg, and Nanded, Parbhani and Aurangabad districts as well. Of the latest cases, Mumbai elector tung an overwhelming majority of seven hundred and fifty-one as the citys cumulative tally soared to 7,812 cases with two hundred and ninety-five deaths. A complete one hundred and six claimant were expeled today taking the cumulative discharged till date to 1,879 -- Shoumojit Banerjee 7.40 p.m. | Gujarat Gujarat imagines flu spread sharply with three hundred and twenty-six latest cases and twenty-two deaths on Friday, bringing the number of cases to 4721. The State recorded 236 deaths today and 123 patients were discharged. A total of 736 people have recovered so far. condition and fatalities in Ahmedabad keep to rise. On Friday, the place tung two hundred and sixty-seven cases and sixteen deaths. A total of 3293 cases, 165 deaths and 399 recoveries have been recorded so far in the city. -- Mahesh Langa 6.50 p.m. | Belagavi Three experiment definite in Karnatakas Belagavi district Three persons tested positive for COVID 19 in Belagavi district on Friday. The latest occurrence encompass a 30-year-old woman, and two men, aged fifty and fifty-five respectively, from Kudchi in Raibag taluk. They are all connection of another patieny. They are all in the district designated COVID hospital and are responding to treatment. The municipality has seventy-one cases as on Friday, with sixty-one alert cases. Of the 71 cases, a 81- year old woman has died, and ten have been discharged from the hospital after they tested negative. fifty-six of the seventy-one matter (79%) are from two clusters- procure Bagewadi and Kudchi. appoint Bagewadi has thirty-five matter while Kudchi has twenty-two cases. The rest are from Belagavi, Yallur, Sankeshwar and Peeranwadi. Of the total of 5,118 samples collected in the district, 3,367 have tested negative. 6. forty-five p.m. | current Delhi sixteen senior COVID-19 positive matter from Bihar carry the total number to 466. There are thirteen cases from Madhubani, two from Katihar and one from Rohtas district --Amarnath Tewary 6.20 p.m. | current Delhi MHA widens lockdown by another two weeks After a extensive review, and in view of the Lockdown measures having led to important gains in the COVID-19 situation in the country, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India (GoI) proceeded an law under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, on Friday, to further extend the lockdown for a further period of two weeks beyond May four , 2020. MHA also issued new guidelines to regulate different activities in this period, based on the risk profiling of the districts of the country into Red (hotspot), Green and Orange Zones. The guidelines have permitted considerable relaxations in the districts falling in the Green and Orange Zones. Under the latest guidelines, a defined digit of activities will remain prohibited throughout the country, irrespective of the Zone. These involve excursion by air, rail, metro and inter-State movement by road; running of schools, colleges, and other cultural and training/ coaching institutions; hospitality services, involving hotels and restaurants; city of huge political gatherings, such as cinema halls, malls, gymnasiums, sports complexes etc; social, political, educational and other lot of gatherings; and, religious places/ places of worship for public. However, movement of persons by air, rail and road is allowed for select purposes, and for purposes as permitted by MHA. Hence, motion of individuals, for all unnecessary activities, shall remain strictly prohibited between seven p.m. to seven a.m . Local authorities shall issue orders under appropriate provisions of law, such as prohibitory orders [curfew] under Section 144 of CrPC, for this purpose, and ensure strict compliance.
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