In the wake of covid-19 cases rising sharply in karnataka . On Friday karnataka government notified a new set of restrictions to curb the spread of infection. The new restrictions including suspension of offline class.
New restriction in Karnataka till 20 April
The new restriction start from 4 April . They are suspension of offline class for higher education and professional courses, closure of Gyms and swimming pools, 50% seating in cinema halls in eight districts and restricted seating in pubs and restaurants.
Restriction are in like Bengaluru Urban, Bengaluru Rural, Mysore, Kalaburagi, Daskhina Kannada, Udapi, Bidar and Dharwad districts will be effective till April 20.A study found that 8.5% of Bengaluru rural population was exposed to coronavirus september 2020.
According to Daily Analysis too much increasing in covid-19 cases in karnataka from 20 March to till 2 April the totall cases is 39,540.
According to Karnataka health department.
He twitted on twitter saying that due to increasing covid-19 cases we are going to follow some new guidelines to control spread. They added some guideline photo which you see below.
Covid-19 cases in other states like New Delhi, Maharashtra, Kelara, AP
New Delhi: India added 89,129 a worrying surge in Covid cases that has prompted states like Maharashtra to consider lockdown. Today’s surge is the highest since September 20 when 92,605 cases were reported. These eight states are Maharashtra, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh.As the vaccination campaign ramps up significantly in the country hardest hit by Covid-19, Biden promised last week that 90 percent of adults in America would be eligible to receive the vaccine by April 19, AFP reported.
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Bengal logs 1,736 fresh COVID-19 cases, 5 more deaths:-
At least five COVID-19 fatalities were registered in West Bengal on Saturday pushing the toll to
10,340, while 1,736 fresh cases raised the tally in the state to 5,91,658, the state health department said.
Over 80,000 vaccinated against COVID-19 in Delhi on Saturday
The coronavirus vaccination drive in Delhi received a boost on Saturday with over 80,000 beneficiaries, the highest daily figure so far, taking the jab, including more than half in the 45-59 age group.
According to official figures, the number of people who received the jab till 6 pm was 80,797, including 72,232 who received the first dose of the vaccine.
The first dose was given to 21,432 people aged 60 years and above and 45,787 in the age group of 45-59 years.
A total of 8,565 beneficiaries received the second dose of the vaccine.
Those inoculated on Saturday included 3,131 frontline workers and 1,882 healthcare workers. No serious issues were reported with just three people complaining of minor side effects, data showed.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who received the first dose of Covaxin at the Maulana Azad Medical College, requested the Centre to allow mass vaccination by lifting the age criterion for it.
He said mass vaccination is key to defeat COVID-19.
Chhattisgarh: Record single-day spike of 5,818 COVID-19 cases
Chhattisgarh reported 5,818 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, the state’s highest single-day
spike, taking the count of infections to 3,63,796, an official said.
The count rose by 36 during the day to touch 4,283 and the recovery count was 3,23,201 as 52 people were discharged from hospitals and 1,120 completed home isolation, he added.
The state now has 36,312 active cases, the official said.
“Raipur and Durg districts accounted for 2,287 and 85 of the new cases. While Raipur has 70,691 cases, including 939 deaths, Durg’s tally stands at 41,889, with 781 deaths. Bilaspur saw 342 new cases, Rajnandgaon 341 and Mahasamund 303. Of the deaths reported during the day, 12 took place on Saturday, 19 on Friday and five earlier,” he said.
Over 7.44 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses administered till now
The cumulative number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the country has crossed 7.44 crore, the Union health ministry said on Saturday.
A total of 7,44,42,267 vaccine doses have been given, according to a provisional report till 8 pm.
These include 89,53,552 healthcare workers (HCWs) who have taken the first dose and 53,06,671 HCWs who have taken the second dose, 96,19,289 frontline workers (FLWs) who have received the first dose and 40,18,526 FLWs who have taken the second dose.
Besides, 4,57,78,875 and 7,65,354 beneficiaries aged more than 45 have been administered the first and second dose respectively.
“Total 13,00,146 vaccine doses were given till 8 pm on Saturday, the seventy-eighth day of nationwide COVID19 vaccination. Out of which 11,86,621 beneficiaries were vaccinated for 1st dose and 1,13,525 beneficiaries received 2nd dose of the vaccine as per the provisional report,” the ministry said adding final reports would be completed for the day by late night.
Besides, 1123851 and 78012 beneficiaries aged above 45 have been given the first and second dose on April 3.