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Corona LIVE: PM Modi begins interaction with district officials on Covid-19 situation

Coronavirus Lockdown in India, Covid-19 Cases in India in Last 24 Hours, Covid Vaccine Update India, Coronavirus Death Count in India May 20 Live: India reported 276,110 new coronavirus infections over the last 24 hours, while deaths rose by 3,874, according to Health Ministry data on Thursday.

Covid India Live Update, Coronavirus Cases and Lockdown in India Live Coverage: Will India face a third wave of Coronavirus infections? No one can predict this. But if we follow the Covid-19 restrictions and take a vaccine, we can expect, the next wave, if at all comes, will be a weaker one. However, India has started witnessing a massive fall in daily Coronavirus cases. On Wednesday, the country reported below 3 lakh new Covid-19 cases, for the third consecutive day. The positivity rate has also fallen. But the high number of deaths remains a worry. India has seen over 75,000 deaths linked to Coronavirus complications so far this month, by far the highest for any month. The previous record was held by April 2021 which saw about 49,000 deaths.

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Amid this Prime Minister Narendra will hold a meeting today at 11 am on Covid-19 management. He will interact with the DMs and field officials of 10 states-Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, Puducherry, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh. Officials from the Union Health Ministry will also participate. According to sources, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee may attend the virtual meeting. She had skipped PM Modi’s last Covid-19 meeting with chief ministers on April 24.

As the country tries to find a way out of the second wave with Coronavirus infections spreading to rural areas, here are the latest, confirmed updates on Covid-19 from India and around the globe:

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