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Coronavirus update: South Korea says virus reactivating among those recovered

Odisha extends lockdown until April 30

 
By DTE Staff
Last Updated: Thursday 09 April 2020
Novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19)

South Korea's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) may be “reactivating” in partients who have been cured of the ensuing illness (COVID-19), according to reports in the international media including Bloomberg.com.

  • New personal protective equimpent supply has started: Union health ministry.
  • Proportion of samples being tested turning positive have remained in a constant range: Indian Council of Medical Research. 
  • The Naveen Patnaik government April 9, 2020 extended the ongoing lockdown in Odisha by a fortnight to April 30. The first state administration to do so, it urged the union government to do the same.
  • Indian Railways has earmarked health resources, including workers and hospitals to fight COVID-19: Union health minitry. 
  • India had 5,734 cases positive to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
  • The death was at 166.
  • Maharashtra continued at the top of the table with 1,135 cases and 72 deaths.

  • New Delhi's Bengali Market area was sealed after dozens of workers were found huddled together atop a shop, news channel NDTV reported.
  • Delhi April 8 declared 20 areas as hotspots for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
  • Worldover, there were 1.5 million cases, according to aggregator Worldometer.
  • The global death toll was at nearly 89,500.
  • The proportion of active cases reduced a little to 4 percentage points.
  • The United States continued to top the chart with 435,160 cases.
  • Italy has the biggest toll at 17,669. 

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