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Coronavirus India news summary: cases and deaths - 10 June

An auto rickshaw crosses a mural reading 'The Real Warriors of COVID-19' after the government eased a nationwide lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the Covid-19 coronavirus, in New Delhi on June 9, 2020.

Coronavirus live India: latest Covid-19 news - 10 June

Mission Begin Again phases will be staggered


Kerala epidemiology team to probe virus source as cases surge

Covid-19 cases continue to rise and in many instances, the source of infection isn't known. The state health department has decided to launch an epidemiological investigation into the phenomenon. The department will examine how patients contract the virus and from where. Most cases within that group is assessed to have been reported from Kollam, Kottayam and Kozhikode.

"The department will examine such cases separately. The Chief Minister had given an instruction in this regard at the high-level assessment meeting on 8 June," a health department officer explained.

India-Israel relations

Lockdown restrictions eased in Maharashtra

Post-lockdown business booming for Vizag fishermen

The Vizag fishing harbour, the largest exporting centre with an estimated annual turnover of over ₹8,000 crore, became a beehive of activity with many boats returning to the shore in the early hours on Wednesday. Many fishermen also returned with a rich harvest of konam, The Hindu reports.

Even the fiber boats, which venture into the sea from Pudimadaka, about 50 km from the city, returned with a good catch of tuna, catfish, snapper and marlin fish, said A.P. Fisherfolk Foundation founder Arjili Dasu.

India PM Modi strengthens ties with Cambodia

1,501 new cases in Delhi


Sector-47 man among two new cases in Chandigarh

A 45-year-old man from Sector 47 and 34-year-old man from Khudda Jassu are two fresh cases of Covid-19 reported from Chandigarh on Wednesday. The city’s tally has reached 328, out of which 34 cases are active.

The Khudda Jassu man works at a medical store in Sector 16, whose owner’s son tested positive on Tuesday. The person has three family contacts who have been quarantined.

India's Covid-19 cases hits 280,000

India's confirmed cases of Covid-19 reached 280,000 on Wednesday - almost a third of that total was recorded during the first 10 days of June. On a more positive note, the daily number of people who have recovered from the virus, has exceeded the number of active cases for the first time. 

Only four countries - the US, Brazil, Russia and the UK, have registered more positive coronavirus cases than India. 

We saw Italy and then Spain and then America become the epicenters of the coronavirus. Now, it seems Delhi is set for an explosion of cases which could have an impact on the country for years to come.


Migrant labourers from Uttar Pradesh dance as they celebrate after the Supreme Court announced that all migrant workers will be allowed to travel back to their hometowns within 15 days, after the government eased a nationwide lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 coronavirus, in Amritsar on June 10, 2020. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)

The plight of Indian migrants has been one of the saddest themes during the coronavirus.

Nepal's coronavirus cases can be traced back to migrants travelling from India. 

India's good weather seems to have increased the number of coronavirus cases.

Further fallout from the pandemic in India

The Union health ministry said. "The matter has been reviewed and it is now decided to reiterate that all CGHS empanelled hospitals, which are notified as COVID-hospitals by state governments shall provide treatment facilities to CGHS beneficiaries as per norms of the scheme, for all Covid-19 related treatments.

Jama Masjid may have to be closed again due to deteriorating Covid-19 situation in Delhi

Jama Masjid in Old Delhi could be shut again amid fears over the spike in coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases, the mosque’s Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari said on Wednesday, two days after it reopened because of the nationwide easing of lockdown restrictions, which were enforced from March 25 in a bid to contain the spread of Covid-19 outbreak. 


Indian school children take an examination during the lockdown in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, in Bhopal, India, 10 June 2020. Hundreds of students took examinations as the Indian government decided to provide a relaxation in the ongoing lockdown, however it will continue until 30 June, in 'containment zones.' The restrictions will be eased in a phased manner in coordination with state governments. EFE/EPA/SANJEEV GUPTA

Gym owners in India want their businesses re-opened. The fitness industry has been hit hardest during the pandemic and the reluctance to reopen comes from fears over contamination and sharing of equipment. 

No Covid-19 vaccine

A reminder that the search goes on...

A look at post-Covid-19 India

While the Covid-19 lockdown is creating pain across the globe, there is a different aspect of it that may help the Indian economy recover faster and probably get on the fast track.

Flights on sale from today

Air India's website is now open for some flights.

Liquor tax removed from today

More recoveries than active cases

Based on the available reporting measures, could this be an element of positivity as the fight against the virus goes on?

Delhi dominates headlines

The front page of the Indian Express leads with the news that Delhi is forecasting over half a million coronavirus cases by the end of July. 


A child plays on a swing after the government eased a nationwide lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the Covid-19 coronavirus in New Delhi. Delhi authorities warned on June 9 that they expect cases in the Indian capital to shoot up almost 20 times to more than half a million in the coming weeks. (Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN / AFP)

Delhi continues to brace for spike

The authorities in Delhi have ordered 22 more private hospitals to make beds available for Covid-19 patients as numbers continue to rise in the city, officials have said. 

New Delhi expecting half a million cases before the end of July

(AFP) New Delhi is bracing itself for more than half a million coronavirus cases by the end of July, according to a government official.

The Indian capital is home to some 20 million people and has so far registered 874 deaths from 29,943 confirmed cases. The city council has ordered private hospitals to start making preparations to accept coronavirus patients.

We need at least 80,000 beds for 555,000 anticipated infections in Delhi up to 31 July,” Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief of the Delhi government, was quoted as saying by local media on Tuesday after an emergency meeting of the city authorities.


Indian rickshaw drivers wait for passengers in a busy commercial hub, as the country relaxed its lockdown restriction on June 09, 2020 in Delhi. Places of worship, shopping malls, hotels and restaurants reopened on Monday 8th June under the social distancing and other guidelines in India as the government tries to wind up the nationwide lockdown that was imposed on March 25 to curb the spread of coronavirus which has so far caused over 7,000 deaths in the country. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)

Maharashtra cases near 100,000

With 2,259 new cases of Covid-19 recorded on 9 June, the state has now registered 90,787 confirmed coronavirus cases. 

India cases jump in June

India has registered 50 percent of all cases recorded in May in the first nine days of June, according to the latest available figures. 

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Hello and welcome to our live, India-focused coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, which has now registered nearly 7.1 million cases worldwide, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University. We'll endeavour to bring you the latest developments and figures relating to the Covid-19 crisis as they emerge throughout Wednesday.


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