COVID-19 tally in India breaches 70-lakh mark but national recovery rate stands at 86.17 per cent, says Union Health Ministry data – COVID-19 cases cross 70 lakhs in India, 10 lakh cases in 13 days; But recovery has exceeded 60 million

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 COVID-19 tally in India breaches 70-lakh mark but national recovery rate stands at 86.17 per cent, says Union Health Ministry data - COVID-19 cases cross 70 lakhs in India, 10 lakh cases in 13 days;  But recovery has exceeded 60 million

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The total cases of corona virus infection in India have crossed 7 million, while the rate of recovery of infected people in the country is 86.17 percent. The number of infected people in the country reached 6 million 13 days ago. According to the latest data released by the Union Health Ministry till eight o’clock on Sunday morning, the total number of infections has increased to 70,53,806 after 74,383 new cases of infection were reported in the country in the last 24 hours. After the death of 918 more people in the same period, the death toll has risen to 1,08,334.

The number of people who have been infected has exceeded six million. In India, cases of infection were from 10 lakh to 20 lakh in 21 days. After this, they had crossed 30 lakhs in 16 days, then 40 lakhs after 13 more days and 50 lakhs after 11 more days. It took 12 days for the number of cases to be 50 lakh to 60 lakh. Corona virus infection cases in the country crossed one lakh in 110 days, while in 59 days after that the cases exceeded 1 lakh.

The number of people under treatment remained below nine lakhs for the third consecutive day in the country. According to statistics, at present 8,67,496 people are being treated in the country, which is 12.30 percent of the total cases. Death due to Kovid-19 is 1.54 percent. In India, cases of Kovid-19 had crossed 20 lakh on 7 August, 30 lakh on 23 August, 40 lakh on 5 September, 50 lakh on 16 September and 60 lakh on 28 September. Meanwhile, according to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), 8,68,77,242 samples have been tested in the country till October 10, of which 10,78,544 samples were tested on Saturday.

61% of active cases have been recorded in these 5 states (Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu) and 54.3% of total recovery cases have also been recorded in these 5 states. (Photo Source: ANI)

Gujarat government will think on opening school again after Diwali Gujarat government will consider reopening the school only after Diwali. State Education Department Secretary Vinod Rao said that there is no immediate plan to open the school. Rao told PTI on Saturday, “We will not do it immediately.” We will consider reopening the school only after Diwali (holidays) after assessing the condition related to corona virus infection. “

Deepawali will be celebrated on 14 November this year. The state government had earlier decided not to reopen the school from September 21. Under the Centre’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), students were allowed to attend school to receive guidance from teachers with the permission of parents. According to the new SOP, the Center has allowed states and union territories to decide to reopen schools in a phased manner from October 15.

‘Decision on school to be taken only after consent of all parties in Goa’: Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that the Goa government will take a decision on opening the schools only after consulting with all the parties including the teachers. Teachers’ unions are currently not in favor of starting classes with personal attendance. He fears that it will be impossible to maintain physical distance in schools. Sawant told PTI-language that the safety of students is paramount among the increasing cases of corona virus infection.

The Chief Minister said that he has asked the State Education Secretary and Director of Education to hold talks with all the parties including school management, parent-teacher unions and teacher organizations such as ‘Goa Headmaster Association’ and ‘Goa Principals Forum’. He said that the decision to reopen the schools would be taken after the consent of all the parties and with the implementation of the necessary standard operating procedures.

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