North Indian students spreading COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu: Health Minister Ma Subramanian


Directly following new Covid contaminations approaching the 100 every day mark, Tamil Nadu Health Minister Ma Subramanian on Wednesday faulted the north Indian understudies for a flood in COVID-19 cases in the state.

“North Indian understudies are spreading COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu. Understudies from Kelambakkam VIT College and Sathyasai school have impacted by the Covid disease in lodgings and classes,” ANI cited Subramanian as saying.

In a few North Indian states, COVID-19 cases are as yet expanding, he added.

Tamil Nadu announced upwards of 98 new instances of COVID-19 as of now, pushing the general count to 34,55,474. In any case, the loss of life stayed unaltered as no fatalities were accounted for during a similar period.


The quantity of individuals who have recovered from the viral illness rose to 34,16,907 with 49 additional individuals getting released as of now, leaving 542 dynamic COVID-19 cases.

Chengalpet and Chennai regions represented a larger part of cases with 46 and 44 separately. Coimbatore and Tiruvallur added four while Kancheepuram, Vellore added one case each.

Coronavirus in India

India logged 2,745 new COVID cases as of now, 407 a bigger number of than yesterday after a plunge for the beyond couple of days, as indicated by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday.

The nation had revealed 2,338 cases on Tuesday seeing a further decrease in the new COVID cases in the country for the third standard day.


The dynamic cases in the nation rose to 18,386 which remained at 17,883 yesterday. The dynamic cases are 0.04 percent of the all out caseload in the country.


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