Covıd-19, Coronavirus, India

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India gingerly eases COVID-19 rules as new cases dip to two-month low

India gingerly eases COVID-19 rules as new cases dip to two-month low

14/6/2021 12:08:00 PM

India gingerly eases COVID-19 rules as new cases dip to two-month low

NEW DELHI: Many India n states eased COVID-19 restrictions on Monday (Jun 14) including the capital Delhi, where authorities allowed all shops and ...

BookmarkNEW DELHI: Many Indian states eased COVID-19 restrictions on Monday (Jun 14) including the capital Delhi, where authorities allowed all shops and malls to open, as the number of new infections dropped to the lowest in more than two months.Experts have cautioned against a full reopening as India has only vaccinated about 5 per cent of its estimated 950 million adults with the necessary two doses, leaving millions vulnerable.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementInfections peaked in India in May with about 400,000 new cases a day, but that dropped to 70,421 new infections reported on Monday, the lowest daily increase since Mar 31, health ministry data showed.The number of deaths went up by 3,921, the data showed.

India has had the second-highest tally of COVID-19 infections in the world after the United States, with 29.51 million cases and 374,305 deaths, according to ministry data.Authorities in Delhi allowed all shops and malls to reopen, although bars, gyms, salons, cinemas and parks remained shut. headtopics.com

AdvertisementAdvertisementCity chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that markets and restaurants would be carefully watched this week."If we see coronavirus cases are going up, we will have to reimpose strict restrictions," Kejriwal said in a televised address on Sunday.

READ: India cuts taxes on medicines and equipment to treat COVID-19AdvertisementHospitals in Delhi had struggled to provide oxygen cylinders and beds to patients last month as infections surged, but earlier this month, the city allowed businesses to bring back 50 per cent of employees and they partially resumed public transport.

In the southern state of Tamil Nadu, known for automobile manufacturing, some businesses were allowed to bring back 50 per cent of employees, and salons and liquor shops reopened. Bus services remained suspended until Jun 21.In Bengaluru, the capital of neighbouring Karnataka state and a major tech hub, traffic returned to the streets as authorities allowed the partial reopening of businesses, though strict night and weekend curfews remained in place.

The pressure to resume some economic activity has grown as millions depend on daily wages to pay for food and rent. Read more: CNA »

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2 new COVID-19 clusters, including Bukit Merah View market; 10 new community infections reportedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 10 new COVID-19 cases in the community as of noon on Sunday (Jun 13), including two unlinked infections. Eight ... Its endemic already no need to keep reporting every cases. Why are the nationalities of non Chinese indicated? Eg in ur articles, Indian nursing aide, Bangladeshi worker, Filipino nurse, Myanmar domestic worker. Does it matter? In light of recent increase of racist incidents, I think CNA should be more sensitive. Let's do better.

India cuts taxes on medicines and equipment to treat COVID-19NEW DELHI: India on Saturday (Jun 12) cut taxes on medical equipment such as oxygen concentrators and drugs used to treat COVID-19 infections, ...

10 community cases, including 2 unlinked, among 13 new Covid-19 infections in SingaporeSINGAPORE — Singapore reported 10 new Covid-19 infections in the community on Sunday (June 13), two of which have not been traced to any previously reported infections.

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10 new COVID-19 community cases in Singapore, 2 unlinkedSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 10 new COVID-19 cases in the community as of noon on Sunday (Jun 13), including two unlinked infections. Eight ... Breaking news.

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