COVID 19 update July 2 Tamil Nadu Daily infection cases cross 4,000Vignesh Subbaian (Author) Published Date : Jul 03, 2020 11:45 IST
COVID 19 update July 2- Daily infection cases cross 4,000: Tamil Nadu, on July 2, records the highest infection cases of 4,343 taking the total tally to 98,392 cases, and 57 people died to bring the total death to 1,321. The health minister addressing the media said that the government is making all efforts to control coronavirus infections.
He also said that though the chief minister orders all measures to tackle COVID 19, it is the frontline workers who execute them. And hence all immunity measures are taken to safeguard these life saviors from the deadly pathogen. The number of MLAs to be affected by COVID 19 increases to eight. The latest two additions include R.Kumaraguru and N.Santhan Prabhakar, both ADMK MLAs from Ulunderpet and Paramakudi assembly constituency.
Coronavirus in India: The highest number of coronavirus infections in India was recorded yesterday, with 22,045 cases which is more than 2,000 cases more than the last few days. It takes the total tally to 627,023 and inching close to the third spot of pushing Russia to the fourth place.
The 379 death brings the total death toll beyond 18,000 people. And in the last seven days, nearly 3,000 deaths have been reported in India, and to be precise, it is 2,917 deaths. Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with the chief ministers of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and the central health minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan.
He wanted the UP chief minister to increase the tests in UP as it is currently low. It is after the prime minister praises the UP government of successfully handling COVID 19 only two days ago.
Coronavirus in Tamil Nadu: Chennai again tops the districts with more than 2,000 cases for the past three days. The other districts contribute 2,316 cases, which is more than 50 % of the total infections in Tamil Nadu. The districts with an increase in cases include
Coimbatore - 47, Chengalpattu - 171, Kancheepuram -112 Kallakurichi - 139, Madurai - 273, Ramanathapuram - 118, Ranipet - 127, Salem - 88, Sivagangai - 63, Theni - 65, Tiruvannamalai - 170, Toothukudi -70, Tirunvelveli - 49, Tiruchy - 54, Tiruvallur - 164, Vellore - 138, Villupuram - 47, and Virudunagar - 76.
The continuous rise of coronavirus infections in many districts of Tamil Nadu is causing huge worries among the people. The health minister Dr. Vijaya Baskar requested the people not to panic and be calm as the government headed by the chief minister Edapadi Palanisamy is taking all steps to successfully control the corona crisis.