India reported 30,773 new coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours on Sunday as the country seeks to reopen the country to foreign tourists. The number of deaths increased from 309 to 444,838, the health ministry said. The number of active cases rose to 3,32,158, he said.
India, which has so far administered 80.43 crore in doses of the vaccine, is seeking to protect the population and welcome tourists again.
The first five lakh foreign tourists will be issued visas for free in a bid to revive the tourism, hospitality and aviation sectors hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020, when a national lockdown was announced.
The senior officials of the Union’s Ministry of the Interior are deliberating with all the stakeholders on the date and the modalities planned for the opening of the country to foreign tourists.
Here are the updates on the coronavirus (COVID-19) cases:
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi, in a study, observed that obesity and related comorbidities pose a huge health burden that requires modification lifestyle through guidance and support from the provider.
The study titled “Practice-Based Recommendations Lifestyle Advice in Managing Obesity: A Step-by-Step Approach” stated that, “physicians” regularly meet with obese patients and participate in all aspects of the process. medical management such as assessment, advice and management of multidisciplinary teams make them important players. For better prevention and management of obesity, recommendations based on practice are needed “
Kerala on Sunday reported 19,653 new cases of COVID-19 and 152 deaths, bringing the number of cases to 45 08,493 and deaths to 23,591 so far.
The number of people who have recovered from the infection since Saturday was 26,711, bringing the total recoveries to 43,10,674 and the number of active cases to 1,73631, according to an official press release.
As many as 1,13,295 samples have been tested in the past 24 hours, the statement said.
Of the 14 districts, Ernakulam recorded the highest with 2,810 cases followed by Thrissur (2,620), Thiruvananthapuram (2,105), Kozhikode (1,957), Palakkad (1,593), Kollam (1,392), Malappuram (1 387), Kottayam (1,288) and Alappuzha (1,270), he says.