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Breaking News HIGHLIGHTS: Delhi Reports 1,490 Fresh Covid Cases, 2 Deaths In Last 24 Hrs

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Covid-19 News Highlights: Health expert believes 6 months gap between the COVID vaccine and precautionary dose is better for immunity

Coronavirus Updates, Covid-19 cases and deaths in India: The official data says that the active cases recorded in the last 24 hours were 821 taking the total number of active cases to 17,801.

Coronavirus April 29 News Highlights: Dr. Rajeev Jayadevan, co-chairman of the Indian Medical Association’s (IMA) national task force on coronavirus, has said that the gap between the second dose of Covid-19 vaccine and booster dose should be reduced from the currently stipulated gap of 9 months to 6 months. He was quoted by ANI saying that this is optimum for better immunity against infection.

India reported 3,377 new Covid-19 cases, slightly up from yesterday’s number which was 3,303 — as of 8 am Friday, according to the Union Health Ministry. The official data says that the active cases recorded in the last 24 hours were 821 taking the total number of active cases to 17,801. The country also reported 60 deaths today taking the total death toll to 5,23,753.

Delhi Health Minister Dr. Satyendra Jain said on Thursday that the national capital has around 5000 active Covid cases but very few hospital admissions. Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya had also stated that the Ministry of Health will wait for a recommendation from the Covid working group of NTAGI to begin the vaccination of kids aged 5 to 12.

Coronavirus India Live News: Covid-19 Cases and Deaths in India, Covid New Guidelines and Restrictions Live Updates

Coronavirus News Highlights: Delhi reports 1367 new cases; Govt likely to reduce the gap between Covid vaccine’s second & precaution dose

Coronavirus total tally in India, Covid-19 News Highlights: India recorded 2,927 fresh cases and 2,252 recoveries, in the last 24 hours.

Coronavirus April 27 Highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with state chief ministers today to review the Covid-19 situation at the ground level. The interaction was held via video conferencing. Several chief ministers, including West Bengal’s Mamata Banerjee, Chhattisgarh’s Bhupesh Baghel, and Punjab’s Bhagwant Mann, participated in the interaction, reported PTI.

Meanwhile, the country recorded 2,927 fresh cases and 2,252 recoveries, in the last 24 hours, according to the official data shared by the Health Ministry on Wednesday morning. India’s active cases stand at 16,279.

On a global level, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has once again urged governments all across the world to maintain surveillance of Covid-19 infections. In a worrying new trend, Tedros informed that WHO has been receiving less and less information about transmission and sequencing. He stressed that this is because of the reduced testing rate which is making WHO increasingly blind to patterns of transmission and evolution of the virus.

“This virus won’t go away just because countries stop looking for it. It’s still spreading. It’s still changing, and it’s still killing. The threat of a dangerous new variant remains very real and although deaths are declining, we still don’t understand the long-term consequences of infection in those who survive. When it comes to a deadly virus, ignorance is not bliss. WHO continues to call on all countries to maintain survellaince,” Tedros said.



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