COVID-19: Highest Single-Day Spike Of 19,906 New Cases In India

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Updated29 Jun 2020, 02:26 AM IST
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India's case tally on Sunday, 28 June, rose to 5,28,859 as the country reported the highest single-day spike of 19,906 new COVID-19 cases and 410 deaths. While 3,09,713 have been cured, India has recorded a total of 16,095 deaths.

Snapshot
  • The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will adapt a new system of reporting COVID-19 deaths from 1 July
  • Complete lockdown announced in Guwahati starting 29 June
  • Karnataka, too, to see full lockdown every Sunday from 5 July

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3:12 AM, 28 Jun

Lockdown in Karnataka Every Sunday

The Karnataka government has decided to impose a full lockdown in the state every Sunday starting 5 July. The decision which was taken in the meeting convened by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa in which it was also decided to alter the night curfew timing from the existing 9 pm-5 am to 8 pm-5 am starting 29 June.

3:12 AM, 28 Jun

Kerala Suspends Sunday Curfew

Kerala suspended Sunday curfew on 28 June, allowing buses and autorickshaws to ply on roads. The state will continue to observe night curfew from 9 pm to 5 am on all days.

4:20 AM, 28 Jun

COVID-19: Highest Single-Day Spike Of 19,906 New Cases In India

India's case tally on Sunday, 28 June, rose to 5,28,859 as the country reported the highest single-day spike of 19,906 new COVID-19 cases and 410 deaths. While 3,09,713 have been cured, India has recorded a total of 16,095 deaths.

7:22 AM, 28 Jun

Delhi Won't Reach 5.5 Lakh cases By July End: Amit Shah

Uinion Home Minister Amit Shah said that he “does not agree” with Delhi government’s prediction that the national capital will reach 5.5 lakh cases of COVID-19.

“After Delhi Deputy CM made a statement that by 31 July we will have 5.5 lakh COVID-19 cases in Delhi...there was fear. I am sure now we will not reach that stage,” said Home Minister Amit Shah.

10:46 AM, 28 Jun

Exams For Exit Classes in All Punjab Universities Postponed Till 15 July

Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh announced a postponement of exams for exit classes in all universities of the state till 15 July.

Published: 28 Jun 2020, 03:27 AM IST

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