Global Coronavirus cases update

Coronavirus affects 207,518 people worldwide: Findings reveal 8,248 deaths and 82,104 patients recovered

Despite strict controls exerted by countries across the globe on curbing travel plans and limiting people movement across borders, new findings released by Johns Hopkins University reveal a phenomenal increase in the number of coronavirus cases to reach 207,518 patients globally. The virus has killed 8,248 people, but 82,104 patients worldwide have recovered so far, across 157 countries. Mar 18, 2020
IISc Bangalore

Covid-19: Bengaluru's IISc announces 15-day lockdown

All academic, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities including classes, examinations, seminars, libraries and project works in the nation's premier institute to be shut for 15 days, in effect from March 14. Mar 16, 2020
Countries affected by coronavirus

Alas! 69,607 people have recovered from coronavirus globally

Now that's a positive relief, an air of optimism to breathe for the infected and their families amidst the soaring number of deaths caused by the deadly coronavirus, and most reports confirming no cure for the infected. Over 50,000 people have recovered in China's Hubei province worst-hit by Covid-19 and Iran has seen over 2,900 recoveries, also few coronavirus victims from India have been cured. Mar 14, 2020
Bengaluru woman

India declares COVID-19 a national 'disaster'

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Saturday, 14 March, declared COVID-19 as a national 'disaster' and announced to provide ex-gratia relief of Rs 4 lakh to the families who died of the virus. Mar 14, 2020