Maharashtra Govt Releases Guidelines For Hotels to Resume Services

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Maharashtra government on Friday, 11 September released SOPs and guidelines for hotels, lodges, and resorts, which have been permitted to fully resume operations in the state.

Union Minister Jitendra Singh announced that amid the coronavirus pandemic all central government pensioners can submit a life certificate from 1 November to 31 December.

India on Friday, 11 September, reported 96,551 new cases of coronavirus, in what is the biggest one-day spike, taking the tally in the country to 45,62,415. The death toll increased by 1,209 to 76,271.

According to the Union Health Ministry data, there are currently 9,43,480 active cases across the country, while 35,42,663 patients have been discharged, and one had migrated.

Snapshot
  • The findings of ICMR’s national sero-survey have indicated that 0.73 percent of adults in India were exposed to SARS-CoV-2, amounting to 6.4 million infections, by early May, PTI reported
  • The Supreme Court on Friday directed states to fix reasonable prices for ambulance services to COVID-19 patients
  • The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has also begun operations on its magenta and grey lines from Friday
  • A total of 5,40,97,975 samples have been tested for COVID-19 up to 10 September, of which 11,63,542 samples were tested on Thursday, the ICMR said

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4:17 AM, 11 Sep

India Might Have Had 6.4 Million COVID Infections by Early May: ICMR Sero Survey

The findings of ICMR’s national sero-survey have indicated that 0.73 percent of adults in India were exposed to SARS-CoV-2, amounting to 6.4 million infections, by early May, PTI reported

4:39 AM, 11 Sep
KEY EVENT

96,551 New COVID-19 Cases Take India’s Tally to 45.6 Lakh; Biggest One-Day Spike

India on Friday reported 96,551 new cases of coronavirus, in what is the biggest one-day spike, taking the tally in the country to 45,62,415. The death toll increased by 1,209 to 76,271.

According to the Union Health Ministry data, there are currently 9,43,480 active cases across the country, while 35,42,663 patients have been discharged, and one had migrated.

Maharashtra Govt Releases Guidelines For Hotels to Resume Services
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5:31 AM, 11 Sep

'Unprecedented Surge in COVID-19 Recoveries': Health Ministry

The Health Ministry on Friday said that there has been an "unprecedented surge" in COVID-19 recoveries in the country.

“There is more than 100 percent increase in patients recovered and discharged in the past 29 days," it pointed out.

7:18 AM, 11 Sep

3,996 New COVID-19 Cases in Odisha; Tally Rises to Over 1.43 Lakh

Odisha on Friday recorded 3,996 new COVID-19 cases and 14 fatalities, taking the tally in the state to 1,43,117 and the death toll to 605.


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