Coronavirus Highlights (May 15): 1,145 COVID-19 cases in Mumbai’s Dharavi; Mizoram extends lockdown till May 31

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Covid 19 India Cases Highlights: There are 51,401 coronavirus active cases in the country. While 27,919 coronavirus positive patients have been cured or discharged, one has been migrated

coronavirus live, covid 19 latest newsTotal COVID-19 cases in India is now over 80,000.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) India Highlights: Covid-19 cases in India has crossed the 80,000-mark today and death toll due to COVID 19 is over 2600. So far, there are 51,401 coronavirus active cases in the country. While 27,919 coronavirus positive patients have been cured or discharged, one has been migrated, as per details shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. As many as 2649 patients have died. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation on Tuesday had said that the lockdown will be extended beyond May 17 but in a new form. Lockdown 4 guidelines will soon be issued. Search for coronavirus COVID 19 vaccine is on and clinical trials have been going on in India and around the world.

Coronavirous cases in the world have gone past 43.45 lakh and COVID-19 related death tally is nearing 3 lakh mark, as per date shared by Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center.

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