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Covid 19 Top 10 News Updates for Bangalore – 30 September 2021

  1. India Records 18,870 New Daily Covid Cases, 378
    Deaths India reported less than 20,000 Covid cases for the second day in a row, recording 18,870 new cases, just marginally higher than yesterday’s figures (18,795), and taking the cumulative infections to 3,37,16,451, according to Union Health Ministry data.
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  2. Schools may reopen for classes 6-8 after festivals The reopening schools for classes 6 to 8 in the national capital was discussed on Wednesday, and a decision will be taken after the festival season, which set rules that markets and public places must follow during Dussehra and Diwali celebrations in the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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  3.  Will discuss reopening of more classes: Govt
    The Karnataka government on Wednesday said that it will discuss the reopening of schools for students below class 5 after the Dasara festival to bring back students after nearly 18 months of Covid-19 related lockdowns.
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  4. Nipah antibodies detected in bat samples: Kerala govt
    Thiruvananthapuram : Kerala health minister Veena George on Wednesday said the antibodies against the Nipah virus were found in samples collected from bats after the death of a 12-year-old boy in Kozhikode.
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  5. Karnataka falls short of 5 lakh daily Covid vaccine dose target
    Despite Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s assertion that the State Government will inoculate five lakh people every day from September 1, the daily health bulletins show that the number hasn’t crossed the mark on any day.
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  6. Seven symptoms jointly predict Covid-19 diagnosis: Study
    A set of seven symptoms, considered together, can be used to maximise detection of Covid-19 in the community, according to a study.
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  7. Doctors from India find previously unknown rare genetic disease in children Medical researchers and doctors from five countries, including India, have identified a previously unknown rare genetic disorder that impacts the brain and multiple other organs in children in their respective countries for the first time.  Read more
  8. BBMP to undertake emergency survey, identify weak buildings
    The collapse of two buildings in the city on two consecutive days has spurred the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) into action. Following a meeting with senior officials, BBMP Chief Commissioner Gaurav Gupta directed them to take up a new survey to identify structurally weak and dilapidated structures across the city.
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  9. AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine shows 74% efficacy in large US trial AstraZeneca Plc’s Covid-19 vaccine demonstrated 74% efficacy at preventing symptomatic disease, a figure that increased to 83.5% in people aged 65 and older, according to long-awaited results of the company’s US clinical trial published on Wednesday.
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  10. Now, be ready to pay more to travel by auto rickshaw
    After nearly eight years, auto-rickshaws fare in the city is all set to be hiked next week. The minimum fare is likely to be hiked to ₹30 from the present ₹25, and the fare per km will likely be hiked to ₹15 from ₹13, said sources.
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