Coronavirus Live Updates: At around 8 am on Wednesday, India reported 2,927 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, according to the Union Ministry of Health. With 2,252 patients who have recovered from the infection, the number of active cases in India is less than 16,279. The country also reported 32 deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of Covid-related deaths to 5,235,654.
Globally, the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adamom Gebrejesus, has again urged governments around the world to monitor Covid-19 infections. In a worrying new trend, Tedros reports that the WHO is receiving less and less information about transmission and sequencing. He stressed that this was due to reduced testing rates, which made WHO increasingly blind to the patterns of transmission and evolution of the virus.
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4th wave of Covid-19: The threat of the fourth wave of COVID looms over the country. The number of cases of coronavirus infection has continued to increase in recent days. Once again, Covid 19 rules are tightened in all states. In addition to the obligation of masks, there are also fines for those who do not wear them. To date, there have been 2,483 new cases of corona infection in two countries in the last 24 hours. Whereas just a few days ago, the daily new cases fell to 800.
A new wave of Covid-19 is being observed in many parts of the world including China and the UK, with the Indian government also on alert. Meanwhile, at 12 noon on 27 April 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will review the current situation of the crown and preparations for the fourth wave.
Covid19 4th Wave Coronavirus Live Updates
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will discuss the Covid-19 situation on Wednesday (27 April). Health Minister Rajesh Bhushan will also give a presentation on the current coronavirus situation. Prime Minister Modi will contact minister generals from all states and deputy governors of the Union through virtual meetings and review preparations. Significantly, Covid-19 cases have jumped in 12 states in recent days. Booster doses will also be discussed at this virtual meeting.
All countries may be required to develop separate booster strategies. With the number of Crown cases increasing, the focus is already on testing. At the meeting, Prime Minister Modi will also advise countries to move forward with a test-monitor-treat strategy. After this meeting with Prime Minister Modi, all states will issue new SoPs on Covid-19 at their level. At this meeting, adequate stock of vaccines, policies to prevent vaccine spoilage, essential medicines, oxygen, etc. are reviewed, ie. the entire health infrastructure.
Significantly, according to data published by the Union Ministry of Health on the morning of April 26, 2022, 2,483 new cases of infection have been registered in the last 24 hours. There are currently 15,636 total active cases in the country and the daily positive rate is also 0.55 percent
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will discuss the Covid-19 situation in the country via videoconference at 12pm on Wednesday with top ministers. India on Tuesday reported 2,483 new Covid infections, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 4,30,62,569, while active cases fell to 15,636, according to the Union Health Ministry.
Shanghai reports 1,661 – Coronavirus Live Updates
China’s Shanghai Economic Center on Monday reported 1,661 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases and 15,319 local asymptomatic carriers, Xinhua reported, citing the city’s health commission on Tuesday.
Shanghai is facing the worst of the COVID-19 epidemic and is in dire need of medical assistance and basic necessities.
Shanghai authorities have imposed harsh lockdown measures since March, locking 25 million people in their homes.
On April 3, the Chinese government announced it would send thousands of military personnel to Shanghai to help force-test all 25 million people for the virus that causes Covid-19.
On April 4, Shanghai authorities said the city would remain under siege indefinitely – meaning residents are not allowed to leave their homes while they review the results of mass Covid testing.
Meanwhile, gruesome videos have emerged showing Shanghai residents screaming from their windows about austerity measures to block COVID, even preventing them from leaving their homes to eat.
In a video posted online by a Twitter user, which he said was recorded by his close friend’s father, he said that “people [screaming] outside their windows after a week of being completely … locked down” because “they can’ not even get out of the apartment.” they.”
According to news.com.au, multiple screams were heard in the footage from the windows of a nearby apartment building.
China’s widespread “zero Covid” strategy, until recently linked by the government to getting the country out of the pandemic, fell apart as fast-growing cases reimposed a massive lockdown like the one in 2020.
Todays News Headlines – Coronavirus Live Updates
09:05: PM Modi will work with the state-owned CM at 12:00 today to review the COVID-19 situation in the country via videoconference.
08:45: COVID-19 | India has reported 2,927 new cases and 2,252 cures in the past 24 hours. 16,279 active cases. Daily positivity rate (0.58%)
08:33 Electric shock incident in Tamil Nadu, Tanjaur Announces 5 lakh rupees each as financial aid to 11 people who died in the incident as announced by Prime Minister’s Office
8.20am: Telangana | Today marks the 21st anniversary of the TRS party. I would like to thank the people of Telangana for blessing our party and giving us such great support. Our leader K. Chandrashekar Rao has a vision that the era of coalition government will rule the country: TRS MLC K Kavitha
08:00 Delhi | “We can’t breathe and see properly. The government needs to take proper action on the situation at the landfills here,” said a local resident who lives near the Bhalaswa landfill in Delhi.
07:45 Tamil Nadu At least 10 people died after a temple train (at the Train festival) in Tanjavur district touched a power line. More details awaited.