Maharashtra reports 20,419 new COVID-19 cases

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"There is great concern that the combination of influenza infection and a coronal viral infection could substantially increase hospitalizations and death due to complications from these viral infections", Holick noted.

The total coronavirus infections globally has also crossed 33 million with the 33,192,997 cases reported as of Sunday evening, according to the worldometer.info data.

Holick said the lockdown period would have reduced the levels of Vitamin D in peoples' bodies since they were not exposed to sunlight which could enable the body to produce the vitamin from the sun. he advised people take "several thousand worldwide units" of Vitamin D each day and to test its blood level through routine blood tests.

Six among the new cases are recent arrivals from Chennai, India while another 02 are from Bangladesh.

Parson's spokeswoman, Kelli Jones, said Friday that Teresa Parson's isolation will end Monday, less than 10 days after her test, because she was showing signs of COVID-19 symptoms before her test. Gov. Parson will isolate through October 3. Both antigen and RT-PCR tests are conducted on swab samples.

But other states continued to see declines.

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At least 207,380 people in North Carolina have tested positive for the coronavirus as of Sunday and 3,441 people have died, DHHS reported. The number of daily recoveries has significantly gone up in the last few days.

Until last week, numerous country's new coronavirus cases had originated in workplaces.

Recoveries outnumbered the new cases by a big margin on Saturday.

The case positivity rate during the last 24 hours was 6.40 per cent while the cumulative positivity rate was 9.27 per cent. The blood was also analyze for an inflammatory marker (C-reactive protein) and for numbers of lymphocytes. The court had ordered that the Sero survey report will be submitted in the court on September 30. Experts attribute the decline in new cases in Delhi during July-August and a fresh resurgence this month as the likely outcome of false negatives spreading the infection.

Regarding the health of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, Satyendra Jain said that the deputy CM has been given plasma therapy.

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