Maharashtra caps maximum price for COVID-19 tests (RT-PCR) at Rs 2,200, the earlier price was 4400: Reports
According to media reports, Maharashtra government has capped the maximum price for COVID19 tests (RT-PCR) at Rs 2200, the earlier price was 4400. The maximum price for the test by collecting samples from home is capped at Rs 2800.
Former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi says he has tested positive for COVID-19
COVID-19: Another 37 test positive; Tripura crosses 1,000-mark
Tripura on Saturday crossed the 1,000-mark in coronavirus cases, with 37 more people testing positive for COVID-19.
A total of 210 samples were tested on Saturday; among them, 37 persons tested positive for COVID-19; all of them have travel history. READ MORE
3908 Indians returned to the country on June 12: Union civil aviation minister
PM Modi to video interact with chief ministers of all Northeastern states among 21 CMs on June 16 (Tuesday)
Mizoram: 3 more test positive; state tally rises to 107
Three more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Mizoram. The total number of cases in the state has risen to 107 till Saturday morning.
All the 107 positive cases reported in Mizoram have travel history.
Out of these 107 positive cases, 106 are active and one person has recovered. In the entire state, the district-wise persons tested positive include: Aizawl (25), Lunglei (45), Siaha (2), Champhai (five), Kolasib (11), Serchhip (1), Lawngtal (4), Mamit (9), Khawzawl (2), Hnahthai (0) and Saitual (3). READ MORE
Surat’s 8 diamond firms partly shut after several COVID-19 positive cases: Reports
Rahul Gandhi shares lockdown-wise COVID-19 graphs
India reported biggest single-day jump of 11,458 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday
Total COVID-19 cases soar to 308,993 in India
The total number of coronavirus cases in India reached 308,993 on Saturday (June 13), as of 8 am, with the death toll standing at 8,884.
According to the latest updates provided by the Union health ministry, there are 145,779 active cases with 8,884 deaths so far in the country. As many as 154,329 patients have been cured or discharged and one has migrated.