India’s Ministry of Health approved laboratory for Covid-19

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Latest Covid-19 Vaccine Updates, Live News of Coronavirus Third Wave, India Coronavirus Cases and Deaths, India Coronavirus Factor R Latest Live News from 16 August Corona Tally Live News: Sri Lanka basketball goalkeeper Kusal Perera tests positive for new coronavirus ahead of draw overseas limited teams against South Africa next month at home; India exceeds 55 crores in cumulative vaccine dose; Kerala Gets Extra Quota From Covid Attack; The Center allocated Rs 267.35 kroner to Kerala under Emergency Package II; Nagaland announced Unlock-5 on August 19th.

Coronavirus Cases and Deaths in India, Live Update of the Third Coronavirus Wave, August 16 Covid Live News: India reported more than 30,000 new coronavirus cases on Monday, according to the daily health bulletin. At 32,937 there was a slight decrease in new infections with coronavirus compared to Sunday. Another sign of the weakening of the second wave is the number of active cases of Covid-19 to its lowest level in 145 days, according to the Health Ministry. The daily death toll from Covid also fell to 417 on Monday. India currently has 3,81,947 active cases. This is the country’s lowest number of active cases since March 2020. However, the low number of daily tests remains worrying. ICMR data on Monday morning showed that 11,81,212 crown tests were carried out on Sunday. Daily vaccinations broke down again on Sunday when CoWin data showed 17,43,114 Covid strokes were administered on Sunday. FE Online analysis shows India did not see many vaccines on Sunday.

Meanwhile, United Health Minister Mansuh Mandavia has reached Kerala as the Covid jump in the country refuses to slow down. There has been no leap in weight loss as Kerala has seen nearly 20,000 new Covid-19 infections. This means that the country processes more than half of all cases in the country. If we look at the number of Covid, the cumulative number is decreasing, with around 36,000 cases recorded as of Sunday. The state capital Delhi reported zero deaths.

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