The total cases in the state are 6,28,642 with 21,033 fatalities, both the highest in the country. India's overall cases of novel coronavirus crossed 29 lakhs on Friday after 68, 898 new cases were detected in the last 24 hours. Maharashtra , the most affected state overall, has reported a net addition of 13,165 cases. As per the data available on the Health Ministry's website, it has logged 1,67,510 coronavirus cases and 2,638 deaths .
Indoor gatherings of 50 or more people and outdoor events involving 100 or more people are strictly prohibited. School attendance will be limited to one-third of capacity in kindergartens, primary and middle schools. The country added 332 more COVID-19 cases, including 315 local infections, raising the total caseload to 17,002, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC).
And then, most states have options for voting and turning in that ballot that allows you to bypass the Postal Service. This is messed up. That's far preferable to hoping a mail carrier delivers the ballot in time, and taking the risk that the ballot will be otherwise intercepted, changed or altered on its way back to election officials.
Slamming President Donald Trump's gasp-inducing response to the now 175,000 Americans who died from the coronavirus, Hillary Clinton Wednesday night will tell Americans of the current occupant of the Oval Office, "he is who he is". This primarily includes attempts by the Trump campaign to use Facebook's platform to falsely claim that the president won reelection, or to claim that the Postal Service lost a large quantity of mail-in ballots.
But the coup was universally condemned overseas amid fears the unrest could plunge a country plagued by worsening insecurity into further instability. The coup was led by army colonel Assimi Goita , who was introduced as Mali's new military strongman. "We merely completed the work that you began and we recognise ourselves in your fight", he said.
Rather than being opposed to mail-in voting, as President Donald Trump is , DeJoy told the committee "I think the American public should be able to vote by mail, and the Postal Service will support it". Election Mail includes any mailed item to or from election officials that allows US citizens to to vote, USPS said. The legislation is unlikely to be considered by the Senate, as Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said recently that the Postal Service will "be just fine".