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Covid-19: After consecutive days of record highs, India set to become third worst-affected nation

Covid-19: After consecutive days of record highs, India set to become third worst-affected nation

7.50 am: The Delhi government on Sunday decided to conduct compulsory rapid antigen detection testing on all patients with influenza-like symptoms or other individuals who are at high risk. These tests are expected to give results in 30 minutes.

The Delhi Health department in its order directed all medical directors, medical superintendents and directors of all state-run hospitals to ensure rapid antigen detection testing is compulsorily done for the people listed.

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7.48 am: Monuments in Agra like Taj Mahal, Agra Fort will remain closed untill further orders as they fall in “buffer zone”, says the district magistrate, according to ANI. All monuments under Archaeological Survey of India are set to open from today.

7.35 am: With 4,683 new cases, Mexico’s tally is now 256,848.

7.33 am: Brazil registers 26,051 new cases of coronavirus, 602 deaths, according to Reuters.

7.32 am: The Meerut administration cancels the licence of a private hospital after a viral video shows its staff member giving fake Covid-19 report for Rs 2,500, reports Hindustan Times. “We have registered a case in this regard,” says Meerut District Magistrate Anil Dhingra. “We have suspended the licence of the nursing home. Today, we have sealed it also. Strict action will be taken against anybody who will do...

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