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Coronavirus News Highlights: Punjab Extends Restrictions

COVID: 56 more deaths, 4,145 new cases in Himachal Pradesh. The COVID-19 death toll in Himachal Pradesh rose to 2,241 on Saturday with 56 more fatalities, while 4,145 new cases pushed the infection tally to 1,57,862, a senior official said. The number of active cases in the state stands at 39,575, according to data updated till 7 pm.

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At 17, Uttar Pradesh Logs Lowest Ever Daily Covid Figure

Uttar Pradesh is rapidly moving towards being coronavirus-free as active and fresh cases in as many as 17 districts have declined to zero. In its bid to become self-reliant in terms of producing life-saving medication, as many as 317 of the 556 oxygen plants have already been established and are functional, while work on the remaining plants is

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Indian government on steps it has taken to deal with COVID

INDIAN government representatives from several ministries and departments in New Delhi on Monday presented the following information about how they are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in the country: . Of the total cases currently, 81.77% have recovered; 1% are active and the cumulative fatality is 1.1%. Even if we consider the last 2-3 months, the death rate has been below 1%.

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India endures deadliest day of year with more than 1,700

Jabs will be given to at least 400 million more people Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh showed bodies piling up The government has opened more oxygen plants and redirected its supplies to the

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Covid: 162 oxygen-generating plants planned, 33 set up

Covid: 162 oxygen-generating plants planned, 33 set up. An on-site medical PSA plant can produce medical-grade oxygen 24 hours a day, and reduce a hospital's dependence on the traditional store-and-supply system. The Union health ministry on Sunday said five plants in Madhya Pradesh, four in Himachal Pradesh, three each in Chandigarh, Gujarat

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PM Modi meets chief ministers of 10 worst affected states

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held a meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states in view of the coronavirus pandemic through video conferencing. "Provide vaccines to the states at the same price that the central government gets. Please give guidelines on vaccination procedure for those above 18 years of age from May 1," t he Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh said in the

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Indian Railways heads south for oxygen relief! LMO

More than half the total supply of LMO- 8,249 tonnes of oxygen- has been delivered to Delhi and Uttar Pradesh until Monday. On Saturday, the state of Assam received 80 tonnes of LMO on a single

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Uttar Pradesh overcoming second Covid wave with active

Uttar Pradesh has also become self-reliant in terms of producing oxygen with as many as 14 more oxygen producing plants becoming functional in the state. As many as 100 of the 436 sanctioned oxygen plants have already been established and are functional while work on the rest is going on in Uttar Pradesh, he said.--IANS. amita/skp/

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Uttar Pradesh: Meerut Gets Ready Against Possible Third

The health department in Meerut district in Uttar Pradesh is on a high alert mode to deal with a possible third wave of Covid-19, sources said on Friday. Reports also state that already more than

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HDFC Bank installs four oxygen plants in Uttar Pradesh

Oxygen Plant each set up in Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Bhadohi & Lucknow. Lucknow, August 18th, 2021: HDFC Bank today announced to install four oxygen plants in Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Bhadohi and Lucknow to strengthen the healthcare infrastructure in Uttar Pradesh under its flagship CSR programme Parivartan.. Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Roy, Branch Banking Head, HDFC Bank led a delegation to meet and apprise

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12 states account for over 80% of active coronavirus cases

Maharashtra has the maximum number of active cases at 6.57 lakh, followed by Karnataka 5,36,661, Kerala 4,02,997, Uttar Pradesh 2,54,118, and Rajasthan 1,99,147 cases

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