Covid News Live Updates: India reports 91,702 new infections, 1,34,580 discharges & 3,403 deaths in last 24 hours

New coronavirus cases in India in last 24 hours has remained below the 1 lakh mark. In last 24 hours, there were 91,702 cases. As per data, 3,403 deaths were reported, much less than the 6000+ fatalities a day before. Here are the latest updates:

  • Total cases: 2,92,74,823
  • Total discharges: 2,77,90,073
  • Death toll: 3,63,079
  • Active cases: 11,21,671
  • Total vaccination: 24,60,85,649

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Active COVID-19 cases in country decline to 11,21,671: Union Health Ministry

Maharashtra’s Latur civic body to prioritise vaccination of auto drivers, grocery shop owners

  • These people have been asked to obtain a certificate from their associations or offices and get their vaccination done at five designated centres in Latur city.
  • The COVID-19 case count in Latur district reached 89,731 on Thursday evening with the addition of 59 cases, while the death toll has gone up to 2,323.
  • There are 785 active cases at present

29 fresh cases take COVID-19 tally of Andamans to 7,197

Singapore to ease COVID-19 curbs from next week

Thane district’s COVID-19 death toll crosses 10,000-mark; 498 new cases reported

India reports 91,702 COVID19 cases, 1,34,580 discharges & 3,403 deaths in last 24 hrs: Union Health Ministry

  • Total cases: 2,92,74,823
  • Total discharges: 2,77,90,073
  • Death toll: 3,63,079
  • Active cases: 11,21,671
  • Total vaccination: 24,60,85,649

Puri Rath Yatra to be held without devotees for second year in a row due to Covid-19

Global Covid-19 caseload tops 174.7mn

  • The US continues to be the worst-hit country with the world’s highest number of cases and deaths at 33,427,481 and 598,728, respectively, according to the CSSE.
  • In terms of infections, India follows in the second place with 29,183,121 cases.
  • The other worst countries with over 3 million cases are Brazil (17,210,969), France (5,791,608), Turkey (5,313,098), Russia (5,108,217), the UK (4,558,926), Italy (4,239,868), Argentina (4,066,156), Spain (3,729,458), Germany (3,718,617) and Colombia (3,665,137), the CSSE figures showed.
  • In terms of deaths, Brazil comes second with 482,019 fatalities.

Germany’s confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 2,440

People in rural areas of Katihar are reluctant to take COVD vaccine jabs due to lack of awareness – ANI

Pfizer, Moderna vaccine causing heart inflammation?

US health officials are investigating what appear to be higher than expected reports of heart inflammation in male teens and young adults after they get a second dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. It’s not clear if the heart inflammation is caused by the shots and the reports still are rare, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

COVID-19 vaccination drive with Rs 500 subsidy on jabs for Jain community launched in Hyderabad

– ANI report

Japan has said it will donate about 30 million doses of vaccines produced within the country through COVAX.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said the European Union aims to donate at least 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to low- and middle-income countries by the end of 2021.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to donate at least 100 million surplus coronavirus vaccine doses within the next year, including 5 million beginning in the coming weeks.

G7’s 1 bn covid pledge

U.S. drugmaker Pfizer and its German partner, BioNTech , will provide 200 million doses in 2021 and 300 million doses in the first half of 2022, which the United States will then distribute to 92 lower-income countries and the African Union.

China reports 22 new coronavirus cases on June 10 vs 21 day earlier

India is providing free anti-retroviral treatment to close to 1.4 million people….India aspires to scale up HIV care to reach 100% of people living this dreaded disease

– Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan at UN High-level meeting

G-7 nations expected to pledge 1 billion vaccine doses for world: UK

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