Coronavirus Breaking News: As per the Union Health Ministry (UHM) data, India identified 62,258 new coronavirus infections in a single day. This year, the maximum single-day increase is updating the countrywide Covid-19 tally to 11,908,910 on 26th March 2021. A new “Double Mutant” variant of the Covid-19 has been identified from samples assembled in India. According to news, the variants are not related to a spike in Covid-19 cases in India. Read the complete Coronavirus Breaking News from here.
Union Health Ministry investigates the variant, where two mutations in the same virus come together, are probably more infectious or less affected by vaccines. Nearly 10,787 new samples from 18 Indian states reported 771 unidentified variants – 34 from South African, 736 from Britain, and one from Brazil. Mutations in the spike gene may naturally make people “better” when they infect or may help or help the virus avoid defusing antibodies.
Second Waves Of Infection in Six States:
As per the Union Health Ministry, the second wave of infection is recognized in six states: Punjab, Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, & Gujarat. Gujarat and Punjab recorded their maximum numbers. Maharashtra has over 4.52 lakh active cases, above 62 percent. Nearly 291 deaths were recorded on 26th March 2021, comprising 117 in Maharashtra and 59 in Punjab.
The United Nations officials, comprising the United Nations peacekeeping chief, have thanked India for its gift of 2,00,000 Covid-19 medicine for mediators, stating that donation will allow the Blue Helmets to pursue their life-saving work securely. The 200,000 quantities of COVID-19 vaccines, declared as a gift by India for United Nations peacekeepers. Maharashtra exceeded its record with 5,513 new infections, and Pune recorded 7,090 cases in the last two days.
The five extremely Covid-19 affected states are Kerala (1,111,897), Maharashtra (2,600,833), Karnataka (978,478), Tamil Nadu (873,219), and Andhra Pradesh (895,879). New 26,902 cases were reported in Maharashtra. Coronavirus in India has been growing rapidly, not seen since May previous year, showing that India’s second wave injection may be very harmful than the first wave despite the on-going vaccination campaign.
Maharashtra – Night Curfew From 28th March:
Maharashtra Government stated that it would execute a night curfew from 28th March 2021 because the Covid cases are continuously increasing in Maharashtra. The malls and hotels remain closed from 8 PM to 7 AM in Maharashtra. The Disaster management and rehabilitation department (DMRD) will release a particular order in this concern, stated the Chief Minister.
On 26th March 2021, the MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) asked Union Territories and stated to take essential steps to control crowds of festivals (Holi and Shab-e-Rat). India reported a new and fresh 62,258 cases on 26th March 2021, taking its number to 1,18,46,652. The curfew will be from 8 PM to 7 AM and implemented in Maharashtra (Mumbai) from 28th March 2021.
Maharashtra CM (Thackeray) declared that he doesn’t want to execute a night curfew or lockdown in Maharashtra. He said that if people do not follow the Covid-19 terms and conditions, strict restrictions will be implemented soon. Strict action must be taken against bars, malls, cinemas hotels if standard working procedures are not followed.
About Double Mutant Variant:
Like all infections, the coronavirus remains to change in minor methods because it passes from one person to another. The massive majority of these mutations are incompatible and don’t change the way the virus acts. Doses against respiratory pathogens such as SARS-Cov2, the infection that causes Covid-19, secure us by inspiring our bodies to produce antibodies.
The best type of securing us is the “neutralize antibodies” as they prevent the virus from entering the human cells. Scientists of the Indian genome have identified a so-called “double version” of the new coronavirus. GISAID, an exposed sharing record, lists 43 new viruses with both the E484Q and L452R mutations recognized in India.
Coronavirus Live Update – 27th March 2021
- According to the Union Health Ministry, India recorded 62,258 fresh and new COVID-19 cases, 291 deaths, and 30,386 recoveries in the last two days. The coronavirus is disturbing 219 nations and territories.
- On Saturday, an official said the coronavirus virus reached 3,02,559 in Thane district of 3,218, and people tested positive for the COVID-19 in a single day. These new coronavirus cases were recorded on 26th March 2021, he said.
- You have to follow the strict norms to participate in the festivals.
- A health department bulletin stated that Haryana recorded eight COVID-19 deaths on 26th March 2021, with the death toll rising to 3,125, while 1,322 new cases rose to 2,84,944.
- Delhi recorded 1,534 new Coronavirus cases, the maximum number in 60 days. Officials said the total caseload reached 10,987 in Delhi, while nine people died in the national capital.
- Eight people submitted to the infection during the whole day, taking the district’s death toll to 6,424. He said that the death rate of coronavirus in the district is 2.12 percent.
- On 26th March 2021, the Odisha government showed anger over the “inadequate and irregular” supply of Coronavirus vaccines to the Odisha state.
- On 28th March 2021, the Union Health Ministry stated that the increasing number of COVID-19 vaccine doses ordered in India had crossed 5.69 crores.
- The Sunday lockdown or curfew is applicable in Indore, Ratlam, Bhopal, Betul, Jabalpur, Maharashtra, Chhindwara, and Khargone.
- According to the temporary report, a total of 5,69,57,612 doses have been provided till 7 PM.
- Because of the increasing COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra (Mumbai), the government has decided to implement a lockdown or night curfew from 26th March 2021.
- There were 1,825 new Covid -19 cases and 14 deaths in Kerala on 26th March 2021. By the time the toll reached 4,553, the active caseload was released to 24,274.
- As per the latest news, malls, restaurants, or hotels, Maharashtra remains closed from 8 PM to 7 AM.
- An official said on 26th March 2021 that a major hotel in Rishikesh would shut down for two days as a precaution because nearly 16 employees tested positive for COVID-19 in 24 hours.