Rains caused by cyclonic storm Tauktae has helped increase water level in various dams in the district.
Steam inhalation or steaming has become a commonly prescribed home remedy against Covid during the second wave currently surging in India.
The government stated that antiviral Remdesivir drug should only be administered for patients who are undergoing treatment with oxygen support. The drug has limited benefit for other patients.
Several children in the State lost parents to the pandemic, and their relatives, who might not be fully aware of the adoption process, are falling prey to some messages circulating on the social media
Stalin was on an inspection visit to the facility when the call came. Introducing himself as the one attending her call, Stalin sought the patient's details and as to where he was admitted.
Sources said that the talks for this are on and the ways of streamlining oxygen through air are being discussed by a special team.
Public were advised to follow COVID-appropriate behaviour such as wearing masks, frequent use of sanitizers and maintenance of physical distance.
The government would strictly monitor private hospitals, which started Covid-19 treatment under the government insurance scheme.
Kanyakumari district having its border with Kerala, Tirunelveli and some of the districts in the Western Ghats region received rains today.
The last date for submission of tenders is June 5 at 11 am. The tenders submitted will be opened at noon on June 5 at the Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation Limited in Chennai.
In his letter, the former Chief Minister said that the second wave of coronavirus has affected a large number of people all over the state.
The force's Director General, S N Pradhan, said in a tweet that these teams are being mobilised for deployment in the coastal regions of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Goa and Maharashtra.
The Chief Minister also pointed out that the State government has been adopting a multi-pronged approach to contain coronavirus infection.
Sanjeev had completed a course in catering and just joined a firm in Chennai.
The minister said that the government decided to rope in retired doctors, final year medical students and students with foreign medical degrees.