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Coronavirus LIVE: India’s COVID-19 active cases stand at 1,84,408

By oneindia staff
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New Delhi, Jan 24: India reports 14,849 new coronavirus cases, 4 per cent more than Saturday. As many 1.53 lakh people have died of the disease, 1.03 crore people have recovered: Health Ministry data. The number of active Covid-19 cases down 82% from peak; 0.114% population has been vaccinated. As many as 155 deaths were reported on Saturday

Narendra Modi

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6:50 PM, 24 Jan
Maharashtra reports 2,752 new COVID19 cases, 1,743 discharges, and 45 deaths today.
6:49 PM, 24 Jan
Manipur reported 16 new COVID19 cases and 11 recoveries today.
6:49 PM, 24 Jan
Tamil Nadu reported 569 new COVID19 cases, 642 discharges, and 7 deaths in the last 24 hours.
6:49 PM, 24 Jan
Active COVID-19 cases in Border Security Force (BSF) stand at 46. Vaccinations are in progress.
6:23 PM, 24 Jan
"Whether it was spreading awareness about the Aarogya Setu App or coronavirus infection spread, the work done by you was praiseworthy," Modi said.
6:23 PM, 24 Jan
"In COVID times also, the work done by you is laudable. When the government and administration needed it, you came forward as volunteers and provided help," he said.
6:23 PM, 24 Jan
Addressing NCC cadets, NSS volunteers and artists who would be participating in the Republic Day parade, Modi said such organisations have always played their role in dealing with challenging times.
6:23 PM, 24 Jan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said Indian scientists have done their duty by developing the COVID-19 vaccine and "now we have to fulfil ours" by defeating through the right information every network spreading lies and rumours.
5:37 PM, 24 Jan
Covid positive Sasikala is conscious, alert, and well-oriented, her pulse rate is 82/minute & blood pressure is 136/62mm Hg: Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute
3:43 PM, 24 Jan
India administered a million Covid-19 vaccines in six days to do better than advanced nations the US and the UK, the Union Health Ministry said on Sunday. India will soon administer vaccines to 16 lakh people after starting the inoculation campaign on January 16. The UK took 18 days and the US took 10 to reach the one million mark, the ministry said.
3:43 PM, 24 Jan
Delhi records 185 fresh cases of Covid-19; 9 new fatalities push death toll 10,808
3:43 PM, 24 Jan
Around 60 paramedical staff of the Delhi prisons department have been inoculated so far during the Covid-19 vaccination drive, officials said on Sunday.
3:43 PM, 24 Jan
The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has written to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) to consider aviation employees as frontline coronavirus workers and prioritise their COVID-19 vaccination.
12:57 PM, 24 Jan
India reports 14,849 new COVID19 cases, 15,948 discharges, and 155 deaths in last 24 hours, as per Union Health Ministry
12:57 PM, 24 Jan
India’s COVID-19 active cases today stand at 1,84,408. The share of active cases in the total positive cases has further shrunk to 1.73%: Union Health Ministry
12:56 PM, 24 Jan
Nearly 16 lakh (15,82,201) beneficiaries have received the COVID19 vaccination so far. India took only 6 days to roll out 1 million vaccine doses: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
8:28 AM, 24 Jan
Dr AP Nirmal Raj, a professor of dental sciences from Bengaluru who works in Uttar Pradesh, is among lakhs of Indians who have received the Covid vaccine so far. But he is not just a medical professional whose inoculation inspires public confidence: the 47-year-old has undergone kidney transplant twice and says the related comorbidities he suffers from didn’t stop him.
8:28 AM, 24 Jan
Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin will be administered in seven more states — Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal — from next week, the health ministry said on Saturday. It is currently being used in 12 states.
8:28 AM, 24 Jan
UK extends councils' lockdown powers until July 17, Telegraph says
8:28 AM, 24 Jan
New Zealand health officials said on Sunday they were investigating a probable community coronavirus case, the country's first in months. New Zealand, one of the most successful developed nations in controlling the spread of the pandemic, last recorded a community coronavirus transmission on Nov. 18, according to information on the Health Ministry website. "Health officials are currently investigating the case," the health ministry said in a statement.
8:27 AM, 24 Jan
The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases on the African continent reached 3,393,591 as of Saturday evening, the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) said. According to the agency's data, the death toll related to the pandemic in Africa stood at 83,901 as of Saturday evening.
11:42 PM, 23 Jan
6960 new COVID19 cases, 5283 recoveries and 23 deaths reported in Kerala today. Number of active cases now at 72,048; so far 8,08,377 patients have recovered from the disease in the state.
11:42 PM, 23 Jan
Himachal Pradesh reported 27 new COVID19 cases and 73 cured cases today
10:52 PM, 23 Jan
The World Health Organisation has thanked India for "continued support" in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. India has been sending vaccines to countries in the South Asian neighbourhood and to others like Brazil and Morocco. South Africa will also get the vaccine soon.
10:51 PM, 23 Jan
Jharkhand reported 78 new COVID-19 cases and 177 recoveries today, as per the State Health Department
9:04 PM, 23 Jan
Maharashtra reports 2,697 new COVID19 cases, 3,694 discharges, and 56 deaths today
9:03 PM, 23 Jan
435 new COVID19 cases and 8 deaths have been reported in Mumbai today.
9:02 PM, 23 Jan
Karnataka reported 902 new COVID19 cases, 542 discharges, and 3 deaths in the last 24 hours.
8:34 PM, 23 Jan
Senior medics are at odds in the UK over the optimum gap between the two doses of vaccines being administered for protection against Covid-19.
8:07 PM, 23 Jan
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced on Friday that the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) has granted approval to the SII, which is producing the vaccine in collaboration with the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca, to supply the drug to the country.
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