New Delhi, May 18 (PTI) Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus crisis in India and other parts of the world on Monday.
DU will remain closed till May 31 and all employees of the university have been asked to download Aarogya Setu app.
COVID-19 can cause serious cardiovascular problems, scientists warn.
Locally-made ventilators not good enough, say Gujarat officials.
Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne hails the global support for a comprehensive investigation into the handling of the COVID-19 outbreak and expressed confidence of a positive outcome for the motion for an independent probe at the WHO virtual meeting.
As many as 88 UPSC aspirants from Konkan arrived at at Kalyan station in Thane in a special train from Delhi.
First repatriation flight arrives in Kolkata with passengers including 16 with medical emergencies.
The NDRF has enhanced its strength to a total of 37 teams, with the addition of 20 more, to combat the 'dual challenge' of cyclone 'Amphan' amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Sri Lanka to keep 11th anniversary of victory over LTTE low key amidst COVID-19.
Actor-comedian Ricky Gervais wants NHS workers to be part of UK’s New Years Honours List for 2021.
SAT to remain closed till May 31 amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Nepal's coronavirus cases cross 300 mark with two people succumbing to the disease.
Doctor in Mumbai adopts 'no touch, no contact' line to examine patients.
West Bengal official says the state will issue notification on modalities of lockdown 4.0 on Monday evening.
Cyclonic storm 'Amphan' is likely to intensify into a super cyclone by Monday evening, and unleash heavy rains coupled with high-velocity winds in coastal Odisha, and Gangetic West Bengal.
Singapore reports 305 new coronavirus cases.
Faculty member in AIIMS' orthopaedic department tests positive for COVID-19.
Five doctors, including four who treated COVID-19 victim, test positive for coronavirus in Kashmir.
MHA says states can't dilute Lockdown 4.0 guidelines.
COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted ‘crucial role’ of UN, says Turkish diplomat Volkan Bozkir who is slated to be the next General Assembly President.
Authorities in rural Maharashtra are concerned over influx of people from cities.
India supports move at WHO to seek origin of coronavirus.
The Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) says it is in a 'state of shock' as no economic package has been announced for them.
Coronavirus infections in Pakistan touches 42,000 mark with 903 deaths, health ministry says.
US President Trump honours 10-year-old Indian-American girl for donating cookies to nurses and firefighters, and sending personalised greeting cards to healthcare workers fighting COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
COVID death toll in Delhi rises to 160 as the number of cases cross 10,000-mark.
Restrictions under Section 144 extended in Chhattisgarh for 3 months, official says.
The US economy, which has been thrown into a recession due to the pandemic, will rebound but recovery could stretch through end of next year, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says.
Two more COVID-19 deaths reported Rajasthan while 140 fresh cases are recorded.
Rupee slips 31 paise to 75.89 against US dollar in early trade.
An auto-rickshaw driver in Pune uses money he saved for his wedding to feed migrants.
Marathi writer and playwright Ratnakar Matkari, who had tested coronavirus positive last week, is dead, family sources say.
India records a jump of 5,242 COVID-19 cases in 24 hrs, as country's tally reaches 96,169 and death toll touches 3,029.
Five more people test coronavirus positive in Goa as state's tally reaches 31.
China reports 25 new COVID-19 patients as 14 new asymptomatic cases were detected in Wuhan.
The South African government and leading scientists advising it are at loggerheads over COVID-19 lockdown implementation.
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