Coronavirus cases at IIT (Madras): Even though the cases of corona in Delhi-NCR have started increasing, but the graph seems to be coming down again in the country. In 24 hours, 2,483 new cases of corona have been reported in the country. The infection rate of the country is currently 0.58 percent.

Coronavius ​​case study at IIT-Madras: Tamil Nadu Health Secretary J. Radhakrishnan said on Tuesday that the total cases of Kovid-19 in the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) have gone up to 111. Earlier there were 32 cases. According to Radhakrishnan, out of 111 cases, only two patients have been cured so far.

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The tests are being conducted in hostels and other places on the IITM campus. The minister said that large-scale testing has been planned on Tuesday. After which an extensive testing drive will be conducted in and around the university campus. At the same time, an appeal has also been made by the administration to follow the basic guidelines issued regarding corona infection.

Corona study report of IIT-Madras came a few days ago

In a recent report by IIT-Madras, it was said that every corona positive patient in Delhi is spreading corona infection to two other people. After this report on 23 April, at present, the total number of active cases of Kovid-19 in Tamil Nadu is being told as 362.

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Delhi’s Corona Bulletin

Coronavirus in Delhi: The speed of Corona in the capital Delhi is now increasing. In the last 10 days, the number of active patients in the capital has increased four times. On 15 April, the number of active patients in Delhi was 1,072. On 25 April, this number increased to 4,168. More than a thousand new cases are being reported in Delhi for four consecutive days. According to the Health Department, 1,011 new cases were reported in Delhi on Monday. The infection rate stood at 6.42%. Earlier, 1083 cases were reported on Sunday, 1094 on Saturday and 1042 on Friday. Whereas, 965 cases were reported on Thursday. Most of the patients in Delhi are coming from South Delhi. According to the data till 23 April, the most active are in South Delhi. There were 888 active patients in South Delhi. After this 630 patients were in South East. At the same time, there were 482 active patients in South West and 337 in New Delhi.

(Input with news agency IANS)

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