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Covid 19 Top 10 News Updates for Bangalore – 22 November 2021


  • Two weeks after Diwali, cases at a 17-month low
    Signs of a spike in India’s Covid-19 cases in the post-Diwali week have since dissipated in most states, with the country posting its lowest weekly tally of infections in over 17 months, reports Amit Bhattacharya. India recorded less than 72,000 cases in the current week (Nov 15-21), making it the lowest point in the pandemic since early June last year.
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  • State reports 247 new cases, one death
    Karnataka on Sunday reported 247 new cases of COVID-19. With this, the total number of positives stood at 29,93,599. With 134 new positives, Bengaluru Urban continued to account for the majority of cases in the State.
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  • Covid deaths among Mumbai sr citizens on the rise again
    Six months after being immunized with both doses, Kandivli resident Sharadchandra Shenoy succumbed to Covid-19 pneumonia in October. The 63-yearold, who had a history of hypertension and diabetes, battled the viral infection for 13 days in hospital. The family is still searching for answers, said his brother Dr Satishchandra Shenoy, a family physician.
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  • 97.3% of COVID-19 beds at govt. hospitals in Bengaluru vacant
    With a gradual decline in cases, 97.3% of beds allocated for COVID-19 in government hospitals in Bengaluru are lying vacant. With the State Government having stopped referring patients to private hospitals, they have started utilising beds earlier reserved for COVID-19 patients for other admissions.
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  • Post-COVID, positive change in police attitude towards public
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a police meet on Sunday that post-COVID-19, there had been a positive change in the police’s attitude towards the general public.
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  • Centre to review vaccine drive in northeast and Puducherry
    Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya will hold a meeting on Monday to review the progress and planning of COVID-19 vaccination in Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Puducherry where the first dose coverage is less than 70%, official sources said.
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  • Covid vax: State sees sharp rise in 2nd dose coverage
    Amid reducing testing rates which kicked in last week, the number of Covid-19 cases being found also declined slightly by 7.8%, data shows. In the last seven days, the state conducted some 5.72 lakh tests and found 1,749 cases. Two weeks ago (November 8 to 14), 7.15 lakh tests were conducted which yielded 1,898 new cases.
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  • Over 1.8 mn get jabs in TN in 10th mega drive
    Chennai : Tamil Nadu inoculated 1,821,005 people against Covid-19 in the 10th mega vaccination exercise conducted across the state on Sunday, the health department said.
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  • Violence erupts at Covid curb protest in Brussels
    Violence broke out at a protest against anti-Covid measures in Brussels on Sunday, in which police said tens of thousands of people too part.
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  • Prolonged school closures due to COVID-19 pose threat to gender equality: UNESCO study
    Educational disruption due to prolonged closure of schools across the globe will not only have alarming effects on learning loss but also poses threat to gender equality, a new study by UNESCO has pointed out.
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