India's COVID-19 exceeds one million.

India's COVID-19 exceeds one million.

With more than a million cases added in the last three days, the Indians COVID-19 has surpassed one million marks by Friday, including more than 25,000 deaths. The country surpassed one million marks 169 days after reporting its first case.

According to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India's total number of cases has risen to 1003832 as of Friday morning. A total of 34,2473 active cases and 25,602 deaths were reported, while 635,757 people were rescued from viral infections.

In the last 24 hours, 34,956 new cases and 687 deaths were reported. The death toll in India has risen to 2.8 percent, while the recovery rate has risen to 63%.

India reported its first COVID-19 case on January 30, 2020, when a Kerala man tested positive for the virus. The total number of cases exceeded 100 marks on March 15 and 1,000 marks on March 28. On April 14, the Indians crossed the 10,000-mark total, and on May 7, the total crossed the 50,000-mark mark. The total number of cases exceeded one lakh on May 19 and two lakh on June 3.

The number reached Rs 13 lakh on June 13, Rs 4 lakh on June 20 and Rs 5 lakh on June 27. However, it has crossed the 6 lakh, 7 lakh and 8 lakh marks every 5 days. But the 9 million and 10 million (one million) marks came in just 3 days each.

Maharashtra remains the most affected state in the country as its total number has risen to 28,4281, with 114,947 active cases and 11,194 deaths. In Maharashtra Tamil Nadu and Delhi there are 156369 and 118645 confirmed cases respectively.

In Ganjam, 64% healthy, 22,000 swabs were collected.

In Ganjam district of Berhampur, the number of coronary patients has crossed 5,000. The death toll rose to 506 on Friday from the deaths of 231 new patients and two deaths. Despite the day-to-day situation, all sorts of arrangements have been made in the district to deal with the corona, the administration said.

A joint press conference was held at the Berhampur Town Hall on Friday by the district administration, the metropolitan corporation authorities and the MKCG Medical Authority to discuss the current steps being taken to combat coronation in Ganjam and Berhampur.

In Ganjam, 7 per cent of the patients who have been discharged to date have recovered. And this was made possible by the tireless work of the Karona warrior, ”said Ganjam District Magistrate Vijay Amrita Kulange. To date, 22,000 people have been collected in the district, of which 18,000 have been reported.

The Covid Care Center in different parts of the district has 2,500 beds and the Panchayat Home has 4,200 beds. Eight percent of the district's villages are now in the green zone. Nodal officers have also been appointed at the block level to deal with the corona, the district magistrate said.

Of the six coronary patients identified in the city of Berhampur, 45 have recovered. MBBS doctors have been appointed in four fever clinics in the city for patients with coronary heart disease.

Chakraborty Singh Rathore of the BMC commission said swabs were being collected at all fever clinics. The commission said four rapid response teams and ambulances were operating in the city, with mobile Kovid-16 vehicles carrying swabs in various parts of the country.

Badpur and Chhanmeri Adarsh   Vidyalaya in the Berhampur sub-division will have oxygen beds with a 100-bed Covid Care Center, said Sub-District Magistrate Shinde Dattatrai Vausaheb. Covid helpline numbers will be issued in all blocks, he said.

The press conference was attended by Prof. Diptimayi Tripathi, Dean and Chairperson of MKCG Medical College and Hospital, but MKCG's outlets were closed, but casualties and indoors continued. He said critically ill patients were being treated. MKCG Superintendent Prof Santosh Kumar Mishra and Administrative Officer Sachidananda Nayak were present.

4 districts, 1 city in Cuttack - revised directive issued.

From today to the 31st of this month, the state government has imposed a 14-day lockdown in Rourkela metropolitan areas, including Ganjam, Khordha, Cuttack and Jajpur districts.

The cuts, which were issued by the state Department of Revenue and Disaster Management during the lockdown, have been partially amended today. The Special Relief Commission has issued instructions in this regard.

According to the revised guidelines, Thai Telecom and Internet service providers with appropriate credentials will be able to move around.

Financial institutions, including data centers and call centers, banks, insurance and service organizations, are allowed to carry out essential bank transactions and ATM operations for less than 25 percent of employees. According to a statement issued by the Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) at the lowest staff level, the capital and credit market services can be run.

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India and its field offices will continue to operate the program in a very small number of employees. All government offices and subordinates will manage the work as directed by the General Administration. With a small staff, the UN office can run. The mining program will continue. Fruit, fish, meat and egg shops can be opened from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

But social distance and cowardice must be strictly observed. Local authorities will monitor it and ensure that there are no violations anywhere.

In addition, local authorities can move fish, meat and chicken shops away from the traditional market if necessary. Cold storage, warehousing and packaging units and related transportation are allowed. Home security services can be upgraded. According to the current rules of the Department of Corrections, licensed liquor stores can deliver wine home.

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