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Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe Australian state of Victoria recorded zero new COVID-19 infections and virus-related deaths on Monday, for the first time since June 9.However, the day before, the decision to ease COVID-19 restrictions was again delayed by Premier Daniel Andrews, amid concerns over a cluster outbreak in the state's capital city Melbourne's northern suburbs.After close to three months of lockdown, residents were eagerly awaiting a move to the "third stage" of reopening, which will see limits on leaving the home removed, public gatherings of up to 10 people allowed and hospitality venues welcome back patrons.Premier Daniel Andrews said despite deep frustrations over the speed of the process he could not safely make the decision for Melbourne to move to that step until the link between 39 recent cases in the city's north was established."Concerningly, while these cases have locations in common it is not yet clear how they link together. It means we may still have transmission happening where we can't see it," Andrews told reporters on Sunday."For now, we need to do again what we've done throughout this pandemic: follow the advice of our public health experts. That means there can be no changes to restrictions in Melbourne."Andrews said that health officials would spend the coming days reviewing the results of thousands of tests conducted in the region over the weekend, and insisted that the state was still on track to reopen before November 1.Meanwhile, despite Melbourne lagging behind, Victorians living outside the capital city were able to enjoy more freedoms from October 27, with higher capacities on gyms as well as indoor pools and sport centres.Food courts were also allowed to reopen and live music resumed for outdoor hospitality venues.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe Australian state of Victoria recorded zero new COVID-19 infections and virus-related deaths on Monday, for the first time since June 9.However, the day before, the decision to ease COVID-19 restrictions was again delayed by Premier Daniel Andrews, amid concerns over a cluster outbreak in the state's capital city Melbourne's northern suburbs.After close

  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe Australian state of Victoria recorded zero new COVID-19 infections and virus-related deaths on Monday, for the first time since June 9.However, the day before, the decision to ease COVID-19 restrictions was again delayed by Premier Daniel Andrews, amid concerns over a cluster outbreak in the state's capital city Melbourne's northern suburbs.After close to three months of lockdown, residents were eagerly awaiting a move to the "third stage" of reopening, which will see limits on leaving the home removed, public gatherings of up to 10 people allowed and hospitality venues welcome back patrons.Premier Daniel Andrews said despite deep frustrations over the speed of the process he could not safely make the decision for Melbourne to move to that step until the link between 39 recent cases in the city's north was established."Concerningly, while these cases have locations in common it is not yet clear how they link together. It means we may still have transmission happening where we can't see it," Andrews told reporters on Sunday."For now, we need to do again what we've done throughout this pandemic: follow the advice of our public health experts. That means there can be no changes to restrictions in Melbourne."Andrews said that health officials would spend the coming days reviewing the results of thousands of tests conducted in the region over the weekend, and insisted that the state was still on track to reopen before November 1.Meanwhile, despite Melbourne lagging behind, Victorians living outside the capital city were able to enjoy more freedoms from October 27, with higher capacities on gyms as well as indoor pools and sport centres.Food courts were also allowed to reopen and live music resumed for outdoor hospitality venues.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe Australian state of Victoria recorded zero new COVID-19 infections and virus-related deaths on Monday, for the first time since June 9.However, the day before, the decision to ease COVID-19 restrictions was again delayed by Premier Daniel Andrews, amid concerns over a cluster outbreak in the state's capital city Melbourne's northern suburbs.After close  

    

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  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe recovery rate of COVID-19 patients Sunday increased to almost 90 percent, India's health ministry said."Till now, 7,078,123 patients have been cured and 668,154 patients are under active medical supervision," the ministry said. "The recovery rate is now 89.99 per cent."`During the last 24 hours, 50,129 fresh positive cases and 578 deaths were reported in the country. The total number of COVID-19 cases in the country has reached 7,864,811 including 118,534 deaths.According to the country's health ministry, the constant increase in recoveries has ensured the reduction in actual caseload."The national Recovery Rate has touched 90 percent today," the ministry said. "This achievement is matched by the downward spiral fall of the total active cases, which are maintained below the 700,000 mark for the third successive day."Meanwhile, the number of recovered patients has overtaken active cases by more than 11 times."Successful implementation of test, track and treat strategy along with timely and appropriate treatment has led to the consistent slide in the fatality rate. The national Case Fatality Rate (CFR) has fallen to 1.50 per cent today," the ministry said.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe recovery rate of COVID-19 patients Sunday increased to almost 90 percent, India's health ministry said."Till now, 7,078,123 patients have been cured and 668,154 patients are under active medical supervision," the ministry said. "The recovery rate is now 89.99 per cent."`During the last 24 hours, 50,129 fresh positive cases and 578 deaths were reported i

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Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusNorthwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region reported 23 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the regional health commission said Thursday.The cases, all reported in Shufu County of south Xinjiang's Kashgar Prefecture, were re-categorized from previously reported asymptomatic ones.By Wednesday, Xinjiang had a total of 45 confirmed cases including three in serious condition, and 138 asymptomatic ones, all in Shufu County.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusNorthwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region reported 23 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the regional health commission said Thursday.The cases, all reported in Shufu County of south Xinjiang's Kashgar Prefecture, were re-categorized from previously reported asymptomatic ones.By Wednesday, Xinjiang had a total of 45 confirmed cases includin

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