Coronavirus Outbreak: 1,823 new cases reported today as total rises to 33,610; states prepare to facilitate travel of stranded people

The number of coronavirus toll in India crossed 1,000 on Thursday after 67 new deaths were reported, and cases rose to 33,610 with 1,823 new infections in a day. State governments also began preparations to help lakhs of migrant workers and students reach their homes from different parts of the country, where they have been stranded for over a month due to the COVID-19 lockdown.


COVID-19 Lockdown: Centre, States at Loggerheads For Safe Return of Stranded People by Train; Railways Stand Prepared
At least seven states have urged the Centre to provide trains to transport the stranded people to their home states as buses are not a feasible option.

New Delhi: India is nearing the final weekend of the scheduled date for the end of the second round of coronavirus lockdown. While the cases continue to soar beyond the 35,000-mark, the recovery rate has improved to 25 per cent in a…

Over 280 health workers test positive so far

Millennium Post
New delhi/GURUGRAM: Another nurse has been tested positive at Hindu Rao Hospital, few days after the facilities were closed down for a while, when a nurse was found positive.

The Hindu Rao Hospital run by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, witnessed the second case of a nurse testing positive.

Meanwhile, a total of 76 healthcare workers are being quarantined. “The nurse is…