The state government has decided to extend lockdown restrictions based on test positivity rate, during a Covid review meeting held on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Chennai and a districts including Coimbatore and Kancheepuram see increase in daily cases. Chennai cases increased to 139 from 122 on Monday.
Four coronavirus deaths were reported from Dibrugarh while Bishwanath, Morigaon, Sonitpur, and Tinsukia reported two deaths each.
'We will tread on the path shown by B S Yediyurappa and work for the welfare of youth, women, poor and the downtrodden communities'.
All states and Union Territories have been entrusted with the responsibility to update the data on a continuous basis, it said in the statement.
The number of fatalities mounted to 33,966 with 29 more people succumbing to the virus in the last 24 hours.
It picked up slightly to post a fall of 79.5 per cent in Q2 and that of 64.3 per cent in Q3. A significant number of jobs were lost in the tourism sector once the lockdown was implemented.
Because of the government's mismanagement, a large number of people have already succumbed to the viral infection in the state, the Congress leader alleged.
Very soon a vaccine is expected for children and inoculation for them will start, the sources quoted the minister as telling the MPs.
With 28,058 samples being examined in the last 24 hours, the number of tests in Mumbai went up to 80,18,377.
Compared to 46 such districts in India between July 14-21, this week, this number has grown to 54 and the majority of them are in Kerala, Maharashtra and the five north-eastern states.
Addressing a press conference, NITI Aayog Member (Health) Dr V K Paul presented findings of the study which was conducted on 15 lakh doctors and frontline workers.
The development comes a week after the Centre had informed the Parliament that no states had specifically reported any deaths due to oxygen shortage during the second wave.
The cabinet also decided to give Rs 50,000 to candidates who clear the UPSC prelims to prepare for the mains and to 100 candidates who clear PCS prelims.
Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said in a written reply to a query in Lok Sabha that census 2021 was to be conducted under the provisions of the Census Act of 1948 in two phases.