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COVID-19: India Reports 41,806 Fresh Cases, 581 Deaths Recorded

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India on Thursday, 15 July, reported 41,806 new coronavirus cases. The death toll increased by 581, taking the total deaths in the country to 4,11,989.

According to the Union Health Ministry data, there are currently 4,32,041 active cases across the country, while 3,01,43,850 patients have been discharged so far, with 39,130 recoveries reported in the last 24 hours.

Snapshot
  • PM Narendra Modi will be interacting with the CMs of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Odisha, Maharashtra, and Kerala on 16 July to discuss the COVID-19 situation

  • Delhi on Thursday reported 72 new coronavirus cases, with a positivity rate of 0.10 percent, and one death

  • West Bengal has extended the COVID-19-related restrictions till 30 July, with several relaxations in effect

10:33 PM , 15 Jul

8,010 New COVID Cases in Maharashtra

Maharashtra on Thursday reported 8,010 new coronavirus cases, 7,391 recoveries and 170 deaths.

4:43 PM , 15 Jul

72 New COVID Cases in Delhi, Positivity Rate 0.10%

Delhi on Thursday reported 72 new coronavirus cases, with a positivity rate of 0.10 percent, and one death.

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11:43 AM , 15 Jul

Uttarakhand: 4 People Arrested For Making Fake COVID Reports

Police caught 13 tourists who came to visit Dehradun-Mussoorie with a fake RT-PCR negative report in Clement Town.

After an investigation, a case had been registered against 4 persons accused of making fake documents, who have been arrested. 100 fake RT-PCR negative reports detected have been detected till now, news agency ANI reported.

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11:04 AM , 15 Jul

Ahmedabad: Intern Doctors Strike Over Pending COVID Allowance

Intern doctors from Ahmedabad's Sola Civil Hospital went on strike on Thursday over pending COVID-19 allowances amid the 2nd COVID wave.

"Government announced Rs 5,000 COVID allowance from March to June. We haven't received it yet. Other intern doctors will also join if demands not met," Dr Rutvij Kanani told news agency ANI.

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Published: 15 Jul 2021, 9:49 AM IST
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