Coronavirus death toll stands at 7,135 after 206 fresh deaths in India

Coronavirus death toll stands at 7,135 after 206 fresh deaths in India

The death toll has crossed 7000 mark and now stands at 7,135 following 206 fresh deaths were reported during the last 24 hours. The cases under active medical supervision have also reached 1,25,381 across India. From today, more relaxations in the lockdown have been given. Various activities, including religious ones, and other activities have started. However, people need to take more care of themselves now. “Testing time” has just started.

New Delhi: Union Health Ministry said Monday that India recorded 2,56,611 cases and over 7,000 deaths in the past 24 hours. The country tested 9,983 more people positive for the COVID-19.

The death toll has crossed 7000 mark and now stands at 7,135 following 206 fresh deaths were reported during the last 24 hours. As per the data, cases under active medical supervision have also increased with the figure now standing at 1,25,381 across India.

Meanwhile, with 4,802 people recovering from the infection in the past 24 hours a total 1,24,095 patients have got cured as of now. From today, more relaxations in the lockdown have been given. Various activities, including religious ones, and other activities have started.

Certain guidelines have been issued with the lockdown relaxation from today. The national capital of Delhi has opened its borders along with the withdrawal of restrictions on restaurants, malls, and places of worship.

Delhi government is also taking flak with the announcement that all Delhi government hospitals and private hospitals would treat only the people of Delhi. According to the decision, the people coming from all over the country for treatment would be able to seek treatment in the central government hospitals. Keeping this also in mind, the borders of Delhi has been opened from today.

The decision was taken by the Cabinet yesterday after “consultation with the people”. The arrangement has said to have been made to provide maximum medical facilities to the people of Delhi during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Lockdown had been extended till June 30 in containment zones. Shopping malls, hotels, hospitality services, and religious places for worship had been announced to reopen form today (June 8) in the Lockdown 5.0. Educational institutions will be opened after consultation with states and union territories in July according to the present lockdown directive.

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