Coronavirus news Live Updates: India's Total over 2500, World Bank approves $1B to combat outbreak
- India's total tally of Covid-19 cases cross 2,500 mark
- PM hints at staggered exit from lockdown
Coronavirus death toll India reached to 53 and 2069 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus across the country as on Wednesday. 133 cases are either Cured, Discharged or Migrated
"Around 1,200 people from Telangana had attended Markaz gathering in Delhi, some of them were found coronavirus positive while six of them have died. In the last three days only those who had gone to Delhi for Markaz have tested positive for coronavirus in the state," says Eatala Rajender, Telangana Health Minister
Around the world, more than 10,02,159 people have been confirmed to have the virus, and nearly 2,08,000 have recovered. More than 51,000 people have died.
The United States has the most confirmed cases globally at over 187,302. More than 3,846 people have died in the US.
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- 4 April 2020 8:11 AM GMT
Tamil Nadu government has announced relief kits for over 4,000 members of the transgender community in the state who do not own ration cards
- 4 April 2020 7:54 AM GMT
The New York State on Friday reported the highest number of Covid-19 deaths in a single day, 562.
- 3 April 2020 2:36 PM GMT
Germany's largest football stadium "The Westfalen Stadium" will be a coronavirus treatment center starting tomorrow, the Borussia Dortmund football team confirmed in a statement.
- 3 April 2020 2:15 PM GMT
Some people under quarantine are not coordinating with administration&also attempted to damage govt property. I would like to inform such people that they will be penalised 4 times along with a police case against them: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat
- 3 April 2020 2:13 PM GMT
11 CISF jawans posted at Mumbai airport tested COVID19 positive. Total 142 were under quarantine since last few days. Out of which 4 were tested positive yesterday and others were tested positive today: CISF
- 3 April 2020 11:41 AM GMT
Prince Charles opens massive new field hospital in London, calling it a "shining light" in dark times
Prince Charles has officially opened the UK’s huge temporary hospital for coronavirus patients, describing its rapid construction as a “spectacular and almost unbelievable feat.”
London's ExCeL conference center has been transformed into a massive health care facility, named the Nightingale Hospital, in under two weeks.
Thank you to everyone involved in building the new NHS Nightingale Hospital over the past fortnight.— Boris Johnson #StayHomeSaveLives (@BorisJohnson) April 3, 2020
This immense effort means we will have an extra 4,000 beds to care for #coronavirus patients. pic.twitter.com/wbLOSmtaAP