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Covid-19 Cases in India- Coronavirus 4th Wave LIVE Updates

COVID in Noida Schools: After the outbreak of COVID in Noida Schools, which has affected 20 students till now. The health department of Gautam Buddh Nagar has issued a health advisory to all the schools in the district. Get all the details here.

2022-04-20 11:11:19 AM

Will Delhi Schools be Closed due to COVID Surge? DDMA to decide today


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COVID-19 in Delhi Schools: With a consistent rise in the COVID-19 cases in Delhi and some positive cases being found on school campuses, the health and safety of school students have been a major concern. However, If Delhi Schools should be closed or now, is a question that will be answered today by DDMA. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority will be holding an emergency review meeting today – 20th April 2022 in which this Delhi school closure will be one of the key points of discussion.

Consistent Rise in COVID-19 Cases in Delhi NCR
The meeting of DDMA comes amid a consistent rise reported in the COVID-19 positive cases in Delhi as well as adjoining NCR regions of Noida and Gurugram. According to the health bulletin issued by Delhi Health Department on Tuesday – 19th April, a total of 632 fresh cases were reported in Delhi in the last 24 hours. This makes it the third consecutive day when the number of new COVID-19 cases has been above 500. Moreover, the total positivity rate in Delhi remains at 4%, however, so far, no fatalities have been reported and hospitalizations have also been limited.

2038-01-08 21:17:18 PM

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India Logs 1,247 Covid-19 Cases Today, 43% Drop From Yesterday


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India today reported 1,247 new Covid-19 cases - a 43% decline from yesterday. According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the country also reported 1 Covid-19 related death, bringing the total number of fatalities to 5,21,966.
Active cases in the country stands at 11,860 which accounts for 0.03 per cent of the total cases.

COVID-19 UPDATE - APRIL 19

1,247 new COVID-19 cases recorded in the last 24 hours.

Number of deaths reported in the last 24 hours: 1

186.72 crore vaccine doses have been administered so far under nationwide vaccination drive.

India's active caseload currently stands at 11,860.

Active cases stand at 0.03%

Recovery rate currently at 98.76%

928 recoveries in the last 24 hours increases total Recoveries to 4,25,11,701.

Daily positivity rate (0.31%)

Weekly positivity rate (0.34%)

83.25 crore total tests conducted so far; 4,01,909 tests conducted in the last 24 hours.

2022-04-18 11:37:55 AM

Delhi NCR Reports 517 Covid New Cases, Up 12% From Yesterday


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In another consequent rise in Covid-19 cases in Delhi NCR, the national capital today reported 517 Covid cases, up 12% from yesterday. The positivity has gone down from 5.33 per cent to 4.21 per cent. New cases are highest since February 20th this year.
The number of cases has gone up but the positivity rate has gone down.

The total number of positive patients in Delhi NCR is 1,518, which is the highest since March 3 this year.

The number of people in Delhi-NCR reporting someone getting COVID-19 in their close social network has risen by 500% in the last 15 days, a recent media survey has claimed.

2022-04-15 15:40:56 PM

What Delhi government's new Covid-19 advisory for private schools


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The Covid-19 advisory issued by the government’s directorate of education said that if any infection is noticed or reported to the school authority, the same must be intimated to the directorate and the concerned wing or school as a whole must be closed for the time being.

Covid-19 Cases in India 4th Wave LIVE Updates

India today reported 1,247 new Covid-19 cases – a 43% decline from yesterday. According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the country also reported 1 Covid-19 related death, bringing the total number of fatalities to 5,21,966.
Active cases in the country stands at 11,860 which accounts for 0.03 per cent of the total cases.

COVID-19 UPDATE – APRIL 19

1,247 new COVID-19 cases recorded in the last 24 hours.

Number of deaths reported in the last 24 hours: 1

186.72 crore vaccine doses have been administered so far under nationwide vaccination drive.

India’s active caseload currently stands at 11,860.

Active cases stand at 0.03%

Recovery rate currently at 98.76%

928 recoveries in the last 24 hours increases total Recoveries to 4,25,11,701.

Daily positivity rate (0.31%)

Weekly positivity rate (0.34%)

83.25 crore total tests conducted so far; 4,01,909 tests conducted in the last 24 hours.

 

COVID Scare in Delhi Schools: 15 Students, Staff Test Positive, Will Schools move to Online Classes Again?

COVID-19 Scare in Delhi & Noida Schools: Amid concerns around the 4th wave of COVID-19, 15 students and 7 staff member at a school in Vasant Kunj area of Delhi NCR have tested positive. This comes merely a day after another school in South Delhi reported 12 cases of COVID-19 on campus. Earlier in the week, schools in Noida and Ghaziabad had also reported around 40+ COVID Positive cases within two days, raising concerns around students’ safety on campus as offline classes begin for the new academic session 2022-23.

A Health advisory was issued to schools in Noida, after an outbreak of COVID, 20 students were infected

All the 20 students who are affected by COVID are minors, hence the health department has informed all the schools of Noida to submit a report and immediately inform if any child is showing symptoms like cough, cold, fever, and other symptoms. This week 10 schools have submitted their reports to the health department, and the conclusion of the report says that the COVID cases in Noida are rising and the total count of affected people is 90 now.

One of the schools in Noida submitted a report which said that there are 13 infected students, and 3 infected teachers. The school has stopped the offline functioning and will resume offline classes next week, till then the school will function online.

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COVID New variant Scare in Delhi Schools: 5 Students, Staff Test Positive, Will Schools move to Online Classes Again?

COVID new variant Scare in Delhi Schools: Amid concerns around the 4th wave of COVID-19, 5 students and 1 staff member at a school in Vasant Kunj area of Delhi have tested Covid-19 positive. This comes merely a day after another school in South Delhi reported 2 cases of COVID-19 on campus. Earlier in the week, schools in Noida, Delhi and Ghaziabad had also reported around 300+ COVID Positive cases within two days, raising concerns around students’ safety on campus as offline classes begin for the new academic session 2022-23.

School Student and Teacher Test Positive of COVID in Delhi

According to the COVID-19 new variant case numbers reported recently in Delhi, close to 299 new COVID cases have been reported which is a 50 percent rise from the previous day’s case count of 202. The total number of COVID cases reported in Delhi has now increased to 18,66,881 (by media reports).

Official Notice from the heath department

CMO, Dr. Sunil Kumar Sharma, issued the health advisory which says ” You are requested that if any child studying in your school has a cough, cold, fever, diarrhea or any symptom of COVID-19, then you are requested to immediately inform the chief medical officer’s office using helpline no- 1800492211, or email ID cmogbnr@gmail.com so that proper treatment can be provided in time.”

Private school in Noida also issued their advisory as an initiative to decrease the spreading of COVID in minor students. The guidelines inform the parents about the current status of infected students and if the students show any symptoms of COVID, parents should refrain from sending the child to school for the safety of other students. The health advisory issued by the private school says “Given the spread of COVID cases in Delhi, parents are advised to be vigilant and if any of the below-mentioned symptoms occur, immediately contact a doctor for early diagnosis. Fever, cough, sore throat, stomach ache with loose motion”. It is a great initiative and a major step to show how schools are concerned about the safety of their students. The schools also requested the parents to submit the reports if they have been to any foreign countries in recent times. If the child is infected, parents are not requested not to send the child until the child fully recovers.

Topic of Concern in Noida schools

The advisory is issued as soon as possible to decrease the spreading of COVID. The minor children will suffer a lot if the infection increases day by day. Since the schools have started functioning offline, students are getting sick rapidly.

Within a week the number of cases surged from 20 to 90 active COVID cases. The state is taking all the possible measures to prevent the spreading of the infection. The health department also has been working on the issue since the outbreak of COVID this week. People should follow every guideline provided by the health department and if the parents find any symptoms, they should immediately inform the health department.

FAQ’s

1.Is this indicates the upcoming wave of COVID?

A. It is difficult to judge based on the case that is active in the state. If the parents and other people follow the rules according to the health advisory then the situation can be controlled early.

2. Will the schools and colleges close again?

A. Some schools are set to start online classes for a few weeks unless the situation gets better. Once the situation comes back to normal the schools will resume offline classes. Till now there is no notice from the state to shut down the schools and colleges.

3. What are the symptoms of COVID found in a child?

A. An infected child will show the symptoms like cough, cold, fever, sore throat, or diarrhea. Parents are requested to submit their child’s health report as soon as possible and refrain from sending them to school.

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