coronavirus cases in India latest news updates
The speed of corona in India is increasing with increasing testing. The number of testing in the country has crossed 5 crores and the number of COVID 19 patients has crossed 43 lakh. In India, on an average 90 thousand new corona patients are coming out every day for the last few days. At the same time, daily testing is taking more than 10 lakhs. Relief with India in this epidemic is that here the recovery rate of COVID 19 is more than 77 percent and less than 2 percent. India has the lowest death rate of COVID 19 in the world. The global average mortality rate is 3.28%.
According to data released by the Union Family Welfare and Health Ministry till 9 am on September 9, the number of COVID 19 patients in India has increased to 43,70,129. Of these, 8,97,394 are currently active cases. So far, 33,98,845 people have also recovered from this disease. According to the government data till Tuesday, there are 5 states in the country in which 62% of the total active cases of the country are cases. Of the total active cases across the country, 27% are in Maharashtra, 11% in Andhra Pradesh, 10.98% in Karnataka, about 7% in Uttar Pradesh and around 6% in Tamil Nadu.
According to the Health Ministry, in the last 24 hours, 89,706 new corona cases were registered in the country, while 1115 people have died. At the same time, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) says that till September 8, a total of 5,18,04,677 sample tests have been done for COVID 19 in the country. There were 11,54,549 sample tests on Tuesday alone.
Approval to open the school after metro
The government is advancing the unlock process amid the COVID 19 epidemic. After opening the metro train in a phased manner, the Union Health Ministry has also approved the opening of the school on a voluntary basis from September 21 to 9. The ministry has issued SOPs to partially reopen the school. Students of these classes can go to school with the approval of their parents and get guidance from teachers. However, teachers living in Containment Zones, students will not be allowed to go to school. SOP continues to partially open schools for students of classes 9 to 12
Delhi Metro started Metro service on Blue and Pink Lines from 9 September. Blueline is from Dwarka Sector 21 to Electronic City / Vaishali and Pink Line from Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar. The service on the Red, Green and Violet lines of Delhi Metro will start from 10 September. From Red Line Rithala to Shaheed Sthal New Bus Adda, Ghaziabad, Green Line from Kirti Nagar / Inderlok to Brig Hoshiar Singh, Bahadurgarh and Violet Line from Kashmiri Gate to Raja. Nahar Singh is up to Ballabhgarh.
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