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10:45 (IST), JUN 02
141 more test positive for Covid-19 in Odisha, increasing the number of total positive cases to 2,245: Health department

10:40 (IST), JUN 02
A 44-year-old from man with acute pneumonia died at Susheela Tiwari hospital who was diagnosed with Covid-19 on May 24. Its 7th death of a Covid patient in Uttarakhand.

10:34 (IST), JUN 02
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Moody's Investors Service downgrading India's sovereign rating to the lowest investment rate and said that the global rating agency has rated his handling of the country's economy 'a step above junk', reports ANI.

10:27 (IST), JUN 02
The number of Covid-19 cases in Tripura rose to 423, with 102 people testing positive for coronavirus, officials said today.

10:25 (IST), JUN 02
Kolkata: Plastic sheets are being used as a barrier between the passenger and the driver, in all the auto rickshaws of Salt Laker to maintain physical distancing.

10:19 (IST), JUN 02
8,171 more Covid-19 cases, 204 deaths in India

10:14 (IST), JUN 02
As India begins easing the Covid-19 lockdown, its challenge is population density, but there is optimism because are good models within the country to deal with it, according to Soumya Swaminathan, Deputy Director-General of the WHO.

10:02 (IST), JUN 02
In a short while, at around 11 AM, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the inaugural address at CII Annual Session 2020- 'Getting Growth Back'. This will be PM’s first major speech on the Indian Economy since the announcement of unlock-1. Stay tuned.

09:16 (IST), JUN 02
Karnataka government will consult parents between June 10 and 12 to elicit their opinion on reopening of schools.

09:14 (IST), JUN 02
Keeping at least one metre apart and wearing face masks and eye protection are the best ways to cut the risk of Covid-19 infection, according to the largest review to date of studies on coronavirus disease transmission.In a review that pooled evidence from 172 studies in 16 countries, researchers found frequent handwashing and good hygiene are also critical - though even all those measures combined can not give full protection.The findings, published in The Lancet journal on Monday, will help guide governments and health agencies, some of whom have given conflicting advice on measures, largely because of limited information about Covid-19.

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