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Coronavirus India LIVE Updates, Coronavirus Cases Today, COVID 19 Cases In India, Omicron Covid Cases, India Covid Cases 26 April 2022


Coronavirus News Live Updates Today: India recorded 2,483 new Covid-19 infections in the last 24 hours ending 8 am Tuesday — slightly lower than the previous day’s 2,541 cases. The active cases also dipped from 16,522 to 15,636, while the positivity rate declined to 0.55 per cent.

The country also reported 1,399 Covid-related deaths. Of these, 1,347 were reported from Assam to reflect the number of Covid-positive patients who died due to other reasons, the Union Ministry of Health said. The state reported zero Covid-related deaths in the last 24 hours, it added.

On Monday, Karnataka and Chhattisgarh issued fresh guidelines, making masks mandatory again in public places. Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu CM M K Stalin told the district collectors to ensure people wore masks in public places and vaccination coverage was stepped up. Kerala Health Minister Veena George, however, said there was no need for any concern. “…but we will continue to remain vigilant since other states are reporting an increase in the number of cases. Instructions have been issued to closely monitor the situation,” George added.

Delhi reported an increase in positivity rate on Monday at 6.42 per cent, up from the previous day’s 4.48 per cent. The capital recorded 1,011 fresh cases. In Mumbai, 45 new covid-19 cases were reported with zero deaths.





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