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Telangana govt issues guidelines for disposal of bodies of COVID-19 patients

Telangana government has issued guidelines for hospitals for the disposal of dead bodies of Hindus/Christians who are suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19. Arvind Kumar, Principal Secretary, Municipal Administration and Urban Development said that body would be placed in a leak-proof zip bag and not more than three family members would be allowed to see it through a glass window. Src: https://bit.ly/3e7KvBs

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Priyanka Gandhi appeals to citizens to test as much as possible

Amid Coronavirus pandemic, today, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra asked people to raise their voice for more and more testing, saying it the only way to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Priyanka shared it on Twitter. She tweeted, "Test as much as possible and treat - this should be our mantra. My request to all of you is - raise your voice for more testing," Src: https://bit.ly/3aNsMwR

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441 who attended Nizamuddin event hospitalised, have COVID-19 symptoms: Kejriwal

Today, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said while addressing a press conference that 441 people who attended a religious event in Delhi's Nizamuddin have been taken to hospitals with coronavirus symptoms. A total of 1,548 people have been evacuated and 1,107 people, who weren't symptomatic, have been quarantined, he added. Kejriwal further said that Delhi has 97 positive cases until now, out of which 24 are from the Nizamuddin event. Src: https://bit.ly/3awqJNT

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227 COVID-19 cases reported in 24 hours, rise due to lack of support in some areas: Govt

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare's Joint Secretary Lav Agarwal on Tuesday said that 227 new cases of Coronavirus and three deaths have been reported in India in last 24 hours. He added that the increase in cases has been seen because of "lack of support by people in some locations". Further, India had reported 92 new Coronavirus cases and four deaths on Monday. Src: https://bit.ly/2UwCVbD

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