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38,949 New COVID-19 Cases, 542 Deaths in India; Toll Over 4.12 Lakh

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India on Friday, 16 July, reported 38,949 new coronavirus cases. The death toll increased by 542, taking the total deaths in the country to 4,12,531.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually met with the chief ministers of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha, and Maharashtra on Friday.

Snapshot
  • Delhi on Friday reported 66 new coronavirus cases, with a positivity rate of 0.09 percent, and one death

  • Maharashtra on Friday reported 7,761 new coronavirus cases and 167 deaths

  • The Tamil Nadu government has extended the lockdown in the state till 31 July, with some more relaxations granted

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10:48 PM , 16 Jul

7,761 New COVID Cases in Maharashtra

Maharashtra on Friday reported 7,761 new coronavirus cases and 167 deaths.

10:48 PM , 16 Jul

Tamil Nadu Lockdown Extended, More Relaxations Given

The Tamil Nadu government on Friday extended the lockdown in the state till 31 July, with some more relaxations granted, ANI reported.

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5:55 PM , 16 Jul

66 New COVID Cases in Delhi, Positivity Rate 0.09%

Delhi on Friday reported 66 new coronavirus cases, with a positivity rate of 0.09 percent, and one death.

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11:33 AM , 16 Jul

Odisha: Gyms, Yoga Institutes Open

Gyms, yoga institutes reopened today in Odisha as part of next round of relaxations on pandemic restrictions.

A gym owned told news agency ANI, "We're doing thermal scanning at the gate. Sanitisation will be done in every 30 mins. Members have to carry their own towel & water bottle."

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Published: 16 Jul 2021, 10:13 AM IST
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