The global Covid-19 caseload has exceeded 99 million, while more than 2.1 million people have died from the disease, according to a Johns Hopkins University tracker.
UPDATED ON 25 JAN 2021 12:22
The current tally of coronavirus disease cases in India stands at 10,667,736, as 13,203 new infections were reported in the previous 24 hours, according to the Union’s health ministry dashboard showed on Monday. It is the second-highest number of Covid-19 cases in the world, after the United States, where the number of cases has surpassed 25 million, according to a Johns Hopkins University tracker. The US has also seen nearly 420,000 deaths from the infection, the tracker shows.
Brazil, the Latin American country hardest hit, also has the third-highest Covid-19 tally globally, and has recorded more than 8.8 million cases so far, according to Johns Hopkins. Russia, with nearly 3.7 million cases, and Britain, each with more than 3.65 million cases, make up the ‘top 5’, the tracker said. France, Spain, Italy, Turkey and Germany, in that order, complete the list of the top 10 countries with the highest case burden of Covid-19.
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25 JAN 2021 12.22
Raut warned agricultural law protesters against Covid-19
The Covid-19 threat is still not over in Mumbai and proper care must be taken during peasants’ protests here or a new crisis will strike in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said on Monday, reported PTI.
25 JAN 2021 11.55
New Zealand reports its first Covid case in months
New Zealand on Monday confirmed its first case of Covid-19 in the community in months in a 56-year-old woman, but said close contact of the recently returned traveler had so far tested negative, Reuters reported.
25 JAN 2021 11.16
Kerala, Maharashtra accounts for 65% of active Covid cases
Kerala and Maharashtra alone account for more than 64.71% of the total active cases. Kerala accounts for 39.7% of active cases while Maharashtra accounts for 25% of total active cases, according to data presented by the health ministry.
25 JAN 2021 10:52 AM
Arunachal Pradesh’s Covid-19 tally is 16,819
Male soldiers tested positive for Covid-19 in Arunachal Pradesh as the tally increased to 16,819. Recovery hit 16,745 with 20 more releases.
25 JAN 2021 10:17 AM
Germany’s Covid-19 death toll surpassed 52,000
Germany’s Covid-19 death toll stood at 52,087 with 217 new deaths. The total tally was at 2,141,665 with 6,729 new cases.
25 JAN, 2021 09.50
Covid-19 in India reached 10.3 million
India’s Covid-19 recovery reached 10,330,084 with 13,298 new releases. Active cases decreased by 226 to 184,182.
25 JAN, 2021 09:37
India recorded 13,203 new Covid-19 cases and 131 deaths
India registered 13,203 new Covid-19 cases with a tally of 10,667,736. 131 deaths brought the death toll to 153,470.
25 JAN, 2021 09.33
10,872 new cases of Covid-19 and 530 deaths in Mexico
Mexico on Sunday reported 10,872 new Covid-19 cases and 530 deaths. The national tally stood at 1,763,219 including 149,614 deaths.
25 JAN 2021 09:04
192,337,117 samples tested for Covid-19: ICMR
192,337,117 samples were tested for Covid-19 through January 24. Of these, 570,246 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR)
JAN 25, 2021 08:48
437 new Covid-19 cases in South Korea
South Korea reported 437 new Covid-19 cases as the national tally increased to 75,521 including 11 deaths.
25 JAN 2021 08:21
More than 1.6 million people have been vaccinated in India so far, the health ministry said
The cumulative number of health care workers vaccinated across the country is over 16 lakhs: Ministry of Health
JAN 25, 2021, 07.58
Australia scraps Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine
Australia has officially approved the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, with the first dose expected to be given in late February, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Monday.
25 JAN 2021 07.22
The President of Mexico has tested positive for Covid-19
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced on Sunday that he has tested positive for Covid-19.
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