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World
663,748
India
979
Total Deaths
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PM Modi invites coronavirus victim Ramagampa Teja to share his experience on Mann ki Baat

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Coronavirus survivor Teja tells PM, nation he was initially frightened but felt reassured because of doctors and hospital staff. Teja says that even after getting discharged from hospital he follows hygiene including washing hands

We should take inspiration from all front-line soldiers in the fight against coronavirus, especially nurses, doctors, paramedics: PM Modi

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People not following quarantine measures world over are now repenting, says PM, urges people to be mindful

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PM Modi urges Indians to show courage and resolve, follow "Lakshman Rekha" for several days more

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Coronavirus is bent on killing people therefore entire humanity must unite and resolve to eliminate it: PM Modi

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Disease must be dealt with at the very beginning and all of India is doing that, says PM Modi

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PM Narendra Modi seeks forgiveness from country for difficult decision that caused hardships to people, especially poor

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The fight against coronavirus is a life and death battle, and tough decisions were necessary

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- PM Modi

3 more people test positive for Coronavirus in Ahmedabad, total of 58 people have tested positive till now in the state: Gujarat Health Department

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Stay where you are as risk of coronavirus spreading increases due to large gatherings

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- Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi CM

5 more discharged in Pune after testing negative for coronavirus

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Five COVID-19 patients from Pune's Pimpri-Chinchwad are set to be discharged from the hospital after testing negative for the virus in two consecutive tests. This will increase the total tally of cured/discharged patients in Pune to 15, out of the total 36 COVID-19 positive cases.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal appeals to migrant workers not to leave for their native places in country's interest.

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Princess Maria Teresa of Spain becomes first royal to die from COVID-19

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Spanish Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma has become the first royal to pass away due to coronavirus complications. According to Fox News, the 86-year-old was a cousin of Spain's King Felipe VI. Her brother Prince Sixto Enrique de Borbon, the Duke of Aranjuez, announced on Facebook that she died after contracting COVID-19.

FIR against officials of private firm in Noida for hiding travel history, exposing others to coronavirus

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"The company is named Ceasefire, its owner and some other people had come from foreign countries and hidden their travel history. They later tested positive and due to this many employees of the company were exposed to the infection. These officials hid their travel history from the authorities and did not stay in self-quarantine. Therefore, we have issued orders to file an FIR against them," District Magistrate BN Singh said.

Death toll due to COVID-19 climbs to 25 in India

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Punjab residents can seek curfew passes, report mass gatherings via COVA app

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Wuhan shrimp seller identified as coronavirus 'patient zero'

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A 57-year-old female shrimp seller in China's Wuhan city, the originating point of the coronavirus pandemic, has been identified as one of the first victims of COVID-19, which has claimed nearly 28,000 lives around the world so far, according to media reports. The coronavirus 'patient zero', who made a full recovery in January after month-long treatment, believes the Chinese government could have checked the spread of the disease had it acted sooner. Wei Guixian, as identified by The Wall Street Journal, was selling shrimps at the Huanan Seafood Market on December 10 when she developed a cold.

Migrant workers coming back to Bihar to be kept in quarantine for 14 days

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Migrant workers coming back from neighbouring states to Bihar will be kept in quarantine in relief centres at state borders, where they will be provided food and other essential amenities. They will be kept here for 14 days: Bihar Minister Sanjay Kumar Jha

Enough petrol, diesel, LPG stocks available to service every customer in the country through April

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- Sanjiv Singh, IOC Chairman

Total number of Covid-19 cases in India rises to 979, including 48 foreign nationals

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