According to the Health Ministry, Maharashtra received the highest number of 8,623 new patients on Sunday. More than 36 thousand active patients have increased here in a fortnight. There were 3,792 cases in Kerala on Sunday. At the same time, 593 patients in Punjab, 523 in Karnataka, 486 in Tamil Nadu and 451 new cases in Gujarat have increased the concern of the states.
So far 1,07,75,169 patients have been cured in the country.
The total number of corona-infected patients in the country has increased to 1,10,96,731, of which 1,07,75,169 patients have been cured. There are a total of 1,64,511 active patients in the country. According to the Health Ministry, with the death of 113 patients on Saturday, the death toll from Corona has increased to 1,57,051.
According to the Health Ministry, so far 1,43, 01,266 people have been vaccinated with the corona vaccine in the anti-corona vaccination campaign started from January 16 this year. Vaccination of frontline cadres fighting Corona was started on February 2. The ICMR said on Sunday that 21,62,31,106 people have been sampled for the corona examination so far. 7,95,723 samples were examined on Saturday.
Primary schools will open after one year in UP
In the Corona period in Uttar Pradesh, schools from the first to the fifth grade will open after one year from Monday. Council schools have been decorated to welcome children following the protocol of Kovid-19. The Basic Education Department has issued guidelines for the operation of classrooms in schools.
Night curfew, school-college and private coaching closed till 14 in Pune
Schools, colleges and private coaching institutes in Pune have been closed by 14 March, amidst repeated reverberations of corona cases in several cities of Maharashtra. The administration is on alert after several new cases are introduced.
As per the order of Pune Mayor Muralidhar Mohol, there will be a night curfew for the common people from 11 am to 6 am and will be allowed to exit only if necessary. In the Hingoli district, the administration has announced a curfew from March 1 to 7.
Vaccination of sick people above 45 years from today
The second phase of vaccination is being started in the entire country from Monday. Under this, a vaccination campaign will be conducted for sick people from 45 years to 59 years and for people above 60 years. At the same time, registration on the Kovin 2.0 portal will also start from Monday.
This portal will open from 9 am. While free vaccination will be done in government hospitals, in private hospitals, people will have to pay 250 rupees for getting the vaccine. The government has included 20 diseases for vaccination, in which people below 60 years will have to give a certificate of illness.