COVID-19: India’s Case Tally Crosses 2 Lakh, 8,909 in 24 Hours
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India on Wednesday, 3 June, crossed the 2 lakh-mark in its coronavirus tally. According to the Union Health Ministry data, a total of 2,07,615 COVID-19 cases have been reported in the country till now, with 8,909 new infections in the last 24 hours and death toll standing at 5,815. As many as 1,00,302 patients have recovered, while the number of active cases stands at 1,01,497.
With domestic flights having resumed on 25 May, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Wednesday said the government “will consider restarting international flights as soon as (the) situation normalises a bit and poses no danger” to the citizens.
“We will also have to consider that countries where we intend to fly are open to incoming foreign citizens,” he added.
- Operation of ‘shramik’ special trains from Delhi has ended as there has been no new demand from the government, officials said on Wednesday
- The global coronavirus tally is more 6.3 million, with the death toll over 3.8 lakh
- The ICMR said on Tuesday that 1.20 lakh samples are being tested for COVID-19 on an average everyday
With 1,276 Cases, COVID-19 Cases Rise to 43,262 in Mumbai: BMC
“Mumbai COVID-19 cases rise by 1,276 to 43,262; fatalities up by 49 to 1,417,” said Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, reports ANI.
All Asymptomatic Passengers Who Enter Delhi to Home Quarantine for 7 Days
“All asymptomatic passengers who enter in Delhi shall home quarantine themselves for seven days,” the Delhi Disaster Management Authority said, reports ANI.
2,560 Cases, 122 Deaths Reported in Maharashtra Today
Maharashtra Health Department said, “2,560 more COVID-19 cases and 122 deaths reported in Maharashtra today. The total number of cases in the state is now at 74,860, including 2,587 deaths. 32,329 patients recovered so far.”
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