Coronavirus India Updates: 254 new cases of Kovid in Karnataka, three patients died

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Coronavirus India Updates: More than 190 countries around the world including India are affected by Coronavirus infection. So far more than 25 crore 87 lakh people in the world have been affected by COVID-19. This virus has snatched the lives of more than 51 lakh people. The cases of COVID-19 are now decreasing in India (Coronavirus India Report). The total number of infected has exceeded three crore 45 lakhs. Vaccination campaign against Corona is going on in India. According to the data released by the Ministry of Health on Wednesday, the number of corona infected in the country has increased to 3,45,35,763. In the 24 hours ended Wednesday (8 am Tuesday to 8 am Wednesday), 9,283 new cases of corona have been reported. In this one day, 10,949 patients have been cured. During this 437 corona infected have died. So far more than three crore 39 lakh patients have been cured. So far more than 4.66 lakh people have lost their lives due to Corona. The current number of corona cases is more than one lakh 11 thousand. On Wednesday, 254 new cases of Kovid were reported in Karnataka. 546 patients suffering from corona became healthy and three patients died. There are now 6,412 active cases in Karnataka and a total of 29,49,629 people have become healthy after getting infected. A total of 38,185 people have died due to corona in the state.

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding compensation of Rs 4 lakh to the families of those who lost their lives due to corona virus infection. State Public Relations Department officials said on Wednesday that Chief Minister Baghel has written a letter to the Prime Minister demanding that the Central Government take necessary initiative to give the earlier announced amount of Rs. (Language)

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Wednesday handed over checks to three girl students equal to the fees paid to the Women’s Institute of Technology, Dehradun for the period March 2020 to March 2022 under Mukhyamantri Vatsalya Yojana. These girl students had lost their parents to COVID. (ANI)

Congress leader KC Venugopal has said that there are so many discrepancies in the government’s figures regarding deaths due to COVID, it is shocking. We are talking to our state governments. Each state government can provide one lakh rupees but the central government should give three lakh rupees to the families of each of the COVID victims. (ANI)

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Wednesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi that Rs 4 lakh each should be given to the kin of those who died of Kovid-19. He said that Rs 50,000 compensation is not enough. Channi wrote a letter to the Prime Minister saying that his government is ready to contribute 25 percent in the amount of compensation. Channi gave this information by tweeting on Wednesday. He said in the letter that as a welfare state, it is our responsibility to help the citizens in distress.Language)

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