Though Chennai on recovery mode, Covid fears high due to festivals

Even though Chennai is on road to recovery as active Covid-19 cases are on decline, fears are high among healthcare managers as festivals are here. With Deepavali festivities kicking in, most shopping hubs in the city are brimming with activity. Continue Reading

Chennai Covid-19 cases dip further, recovery rate up

The number of Covid-19 cases has futher dipped in the city. According to data given by the Greater Chennai Corporation, this morning the tally of total positive cases was 5,813 which is at three per cent. Continue Reading

With 95% recovery rate, Chennai inching towards Covid-19 recovery

With 95 per cent recovery rate and a mortality rate of 1.81 per cent, Chennai has been effectively reducing the adverse impact of the spread of Covid-19. Continue Reading

6,017 active Coronavirus cases in Chennai

Even as the cases of coronavirus are fast declining in the city, Health officials continue to campaign about wearing masks and maintaining handwashing practises. Continue Reading

Active cases of Covid in Chennai drops to 6,000

The city is recording fewer numbers of Coronavirus cases with the total cases going on a downward trend. According to data given by the Greater Chennai Corporation, this morning the tally of total positive cases was 6,422 which is at three per cent. Continue Reading

Chennai soon to be free of containment zones

With 13 out of 15 Corporation zones being free of containment areas, the civic body is hopeful that in a few days the city will not have a single red zone areas. Continue Reading

Chennai Covid-19 cases on downward trend

The Coronavirus cases are on a steady decline in the city. According to data given by the Greater Chennai Corporation, this morning the tally of total positive cases was 7,254 which is at four per cent. Continue Reading

Coronavirus active cases now at 4% in Chennai

Fresh cases of Covid-19 continue to be on a decline in the city. With the going trend officials said they will be able to contain the virus fully soon. Continue Reading