India
Confirmed
15,712
Recovered
2,231
Deaths
507
Worldwide
Confirmed
23,31,099
Recovered
5,98,584
Deaths
1,60,952
Coronavirus India News, State-Wise Cases:  Coronavirus death toll touched 507 and the total number of those infected reached 15,712 in India, the Union Health Ministry said in a latest update on Sunday. The number of active COVID-19 cases stood at 12,974, while 2,230 people have been cured and discharged, and one had migrated, it added. The total number of those infected also includes 77 foreign nationals.  Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that there will no relaxation in lockdown as of now. Addressing a press conference via video conference, Kejriwal said that after assessing the prevailing situation in Delhi, it has been decided not to permit any relaxation of the lockdown, as of now. “Currently, lockdown is necessary. No relaxations should be given in the hotspots in the city. On 27th April, a review meeting will be held again,” Kejriwal said. Coronavirus cases in Delhi have reached 1,893.
Meanwhile, the government has revised its order in which e-commerce companies such as AmazonFlipkart and others were allowed to operate. In its latest notification on Sunday, the Home Affairs Ministry has prohibited the supply of non-essential goods by e-commerce companies during lockdown 2.0.
Coronavirus Update: China declares Wuhan low-risk area
China has classified the coronavirus epicentre Wuhan as a low-risk area, days after it revised the city's death toll by 50 per cent, even as 16 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the country, health officials said on Sunday. The overall confirmed cases in China had reached 82,735 by Saturday, including 1,041 patients who were still being treated, 77,062 people who were discharged after recovery, and 4,632 people who died of the disease, reports PTI.

Coronavirus India Update: 8 healthcare workers at Delhi's Lady Hardinge hospital test positive
Two doctors and six nurses of Delhi's Lady Hardinge hospital test positive for COVID19. Hospital authorities have quarantined all 8 healthcare staff. Their contact tracing has been started. Hospital authorities holding a meeting for the containment plan of the hospital, news agency ANI reported quoting hospital official.

Coronavirus India Latest Updates: 44 new cases in Rajasthan
Coronavirus cases have now reached 1395 in Rajasthan, with 44 new cases being reported today, the state Health Department said.

Coronavirus India Update: 1893 positive cases in Delhi
There are a total of 1893 positive cases in Delhi including 186 cases from yesterday. We have got 42,000 rapid testing kits, a trial run being done at LNJP hospital. Our target is to do 42,000 tests in one week's time, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Sunday. - ANI

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Coronavirus Updates: 8-day-old child tests positive in Vasai near Mumbai
An eight-day-old child has tested positive for coronavirus in Vasai-Virar municipal limits in Maharashtra's Palghar district, though the infant's mother has not been infected, a doctor said on Saturday. The child was tested at VVMC's Juchandra medical facility, said Dr Kishore Gavas of the civic body. (PTI)

 Coronavirus In India LIVE Updates : Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday announced that there will be no relaxation in lockdown restrictions
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