Coronavirus Live Updates: Hyderabad, Telangana, Karnataka unlock News Today 11 June 2021
Coronavirus Live Updates today on 11 June 2021: The Hans India blog provides you the latest coronavirus cases from India, Telangana, Hyderabad, Karnataka unlock and Andhra Pradesh.
Coronavirus Live Updates today on 11 June 2021: The Hans India blog provides you the latest coronavirus cases news from India, Telangana, Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh. You can find all the Live News updates from India and abroad as they break. Check for the latest news here.
Weather in Hyderabad will be 29 Degrees in the morning and at its lowest at 23 Degree during the night. Sunrise in Hyderabad will be at 5:41 AM and will set at 6:50 PM. Humidity in Hyderabad on June 11 will be 94% and Air Quality will be Fair with 25 AQI.
Weather in Vijayawada will be 34 Degree during the day and at its lowest at 27 Degree during the night. Sunrise in Vijayawada will be at 5:34 AM and will set at 6:40 PM. Humidity in Vijayawada on June 11 will be 77% and Air Quality will be Fair with 38 AQI.
Islamic Prayer Timings in Hyderabad as on June 11 (29 Shawwal, 1442); Fajr: 4:20 AM; Sunrise: 5:41 AM; Dhuhr: 12:16 PM; Asr: 3:39 PM; Maghrib: 6:51 PM; Isha: 8:13 PM
- 11 Jun 2021 2:26 PM GMT
Andhra Pradesh reports 8239 new coronavirus cases and 61 deaths
Coronavirus cases in Andhra Pradesh have witnessed 8239 new positive cases among the 1,01,863 samples that undergone tests in the last twenty four hours as on Friday. The state medical and health department has released the bulletin to this extent a while ago. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2021 2:25 PM GMT
TSRTC employees awaits for PRC fitment
Telangana RTC employees are waiting for the PRC. They said that they expected the salaries would grow along with government employees, but it didn't happen and added that they are frustrated with the government putting RTC aside. They are also demanding to for the fitment. Read Full Story
- 11 Jun 2021 2:24 PM GMT
Karnataka reports 8,249 new Covid cases, 159 deaths and 14,975 discharges; the number of active cases in the state is 2,03,769. (ANI)
- 11 Jun 2021 2:24 PM GMT
Unlock: Opening of parks and industries; nod to autos, taxis in 19 Karnataka districts
Opening of parks and industrial units with riders, extending the duration of shops selling essential goods and permission for autos and taxis to ply with a maximum of two passengers are among the relaxations announced by the Karnataka government in 19 districts from June 14, in its revised guidelines issued on Friday. Chief minister B S Yediyurappa on Thursday said Covid-19 induced lockdown measures will continue in 11 districts with high positivity ratetill June 21, while some relaxations will be given in the rest of the state from June 14. The 11 districts are Chikkamagaluru, Shivamogga, Davangere, Mysuru, Chamarajanagara, Hassan, Dakshina Kannada, Bengaluru Rural, Mandya, Belagavi and Kodagu. (PTI)
- 11 Jun 2021 2:23 PM GMT
Karnataka government allows liquor stores and optical shops to operate till 2pm from Monday
The state government on Friday issued the revised guidelines for the 20 districts, including Bengaluru, where lockdown has been relaxed and allowed standalone liquor stores and optical shops to be open till 2pm. Under the revised guidelines, as announced by chief minister B S Yediyurappa, the government formally notified the extension of timing for essential services and groceries to be open till 2pm.
- 11 Jun 2021 2:22 PM GMT
Honeywell sets up critical care centre for Covid-19 patients in Bengaluru
Honeywell on Friday announced that it has established a critical care centre at Bowring Hospital in Bengaluru to treat Covid-19 patients. The technology company said in a statement that it has also donated 200 oxygen concentrators, N95 respirators, and PPE kits to the Government for distribution in the state. (PTI)
- 11 Jun 2021 2:00 PM GMT
4th consignment of Sputnik vaccines arrives in Hyderabad
- 11 Jun 2021 11:31 AM GMT
GOI advised healthcare workers to use the vaccine vial within 4 hours of opening
New Delhi: The Government of India has said that the person vaccinating is advised to note the date and time of opening of each vial. All vaccine vials must be used within four hours of opening, therefore, the government has set a target of reducing the wastage of vaccines to less than one percent. This is logical and achievable. Along with this, the government said that breaking the cycle of coronavirus infection ensures less pressure on the health infrastructure and better services.
- 11 Jun 2021 9:14 AM GMT
Congress party leaders participate in a protest against the Petrol and diesel price hike in Hyderabad on Friday. The AICC gave a National wide protest call
- 11 Jun 2021 9:12 AM GMT
Rapidly spread of black fungus Cases in ENT government hospitals on Friday.