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Wrap up details of Coronavirus, Brazil & Belgium overwhelms with cases & Latest COVID-19 Updates

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in India escalates to 24,506 with death toll rising to 780

Providing relief to the public, the government allowed shops, including those located in residential complexes within municipal areas, to remain open at a 50 per cent strength, however, these relaxations do not imply on areas demarcated as hotspots or containment zones, and shops in marketplaces, multi-brand and single-brand malls located in municipality areas will continue to remain closed until the lifting of the nationwide lockdown.


  • MAHARASHTRA: 18 deaths & 394 new cases; death toll at 310; case tally at 6,817
  • GUJARAT: Death toll 127 deaths &191 new cases; tally at 2,815
  • DELHI: 138 new cases & 3 deaths today; total death toll at 53; cases rise to 2,514
  • RAJASTHAN: 70 new cases; tally at 2,034
  • MADHYA PRADESH: 7 deaths; 75 more cases; tally at 1,846
  • TAMIL NADU: 2 deaths; 72 more cases; tally rises to 1,755
  • TELANGANA: 13 new COVID19 cases, total rises to 983
  • KARNATAKA: 29 new cases; total number at 474
  • JAMMU & KASHMIR: 27 new cases; tally rises to 454
  • KERALA: Death of a 4-month-old; 3 more test positive; tally at 450
  • WEST BENGAL: 51 more cases; tally rises to 385
  • PUNJAB: 70 cured & 17 deaths from a tally of 298
  • HARYANA: 5 fresh cases; total count 275
  • BIHAR: 21 more test positive; tally at 197
  • ODISHA: 5 more test positive; total count at 94
  • JHARKHAND: 2 new cases; tally at 59
  • UTTARAKHAND: 1 new case; tally to 48
  • HIMACHAL PRADESH: 1 death & 18 recovered from a tally of 40
  • CHANDIGARH: No new cases today; tally stands at 27Pune reports 109 fresh cases and 5 deaths on Friday

    7 more test positive for Covid-19 in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, total cases rise to 29

    Supreme court quashes judgments by high courts of Gujarat, Guwahati and Sikkim on area-based tax exemptions

    COVID-19 Global tally reaches 2.8 million; US death toll surpasses 51,000

    White House may alter coronavirus briefings to curtail US President Donald Trump’s role

    According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, US gross domestic product will plunge by nearly 40% on an annualized basis in the second quarter, US deficit could quadruple to $3.7 trillion amid Coronavirus crisis.

    While US President Donald Trump suggested the possibility of  injecting disinfectants into    COVID-19 patients or bringing UV light “inside” their bodies to kill the deadly virus, drawing criticism from health experts while a leading disinfectant producer, Lysol warned people to not consume their products urging masses to not listen to such dangerous speculations.

    Brazil overwhelms with COVID-19 cases, Medical officials in Rio de Janeiro and at least four other major cities have warned that their hospital systems are on the verge of collapse and cannot intake any more patients.

    Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has called the novel coronavirus pandemic the biggest global challenge after the World War II as the virus remains to cause severe difficulties for the whole world.

    Belgium’s COVID-19 crisis worsens as Belgium’s fatality rate maintains a constant spike. It has more than tripled since the beginning of April. In other words, two out of every five closed cases have been deaths. The country has reported 44,293 confirmed cases, while the death toll stands at 6,679.

    As the holy month of Ramzan begins today, Delhi’s Jama Masjid area and Mumbai’s Hamidiya Masjid usually sprawling with masses wears a deserted look as COVID-19 refrains people from gathering forcing them to stay indoors.

    Coronavirus pandemic has brought a wave of transition globally, as the anticipated change in consumer behaviour since the COVID-19 outbreak, the offline retail Kirana stores have become the new battleground for e-commerce giants such as Amazon, Flipkart and trade associations that are scaling up efforts to woo local shops in a bid to bring them online.



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