Breaking News LIVE Updates April 4, 2021: India continues to report a massive surge in coronavirus cases amid the second wave. More than 89,000 COVID-19 cases were reported in a span of 24 hours on Saturday. Maharashtra recorded nearly 50,000 COVID cases on Saturday in its highest spike since the pandemic. Meanwhile, more election rallies and roadshows by the top campaigners will be held today in poll-hit states. Stay tuned to for all the latest breaking news updates.Also Read - India Records Highest Single-Day Spike Since Late September With Over 89,000 COVID Cases, 700 Deaths

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  • 11:21 PM IST

    Chhattisgarh Naxal Attack: About 2000 soldiers were sent to install camps in an area which is Naxal bastion.This would restrict their movement, hence they were frustrated.There was no intelligence failure. We’ll surely install camps there. My condolences to bereaved families, said Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel.

  • 10:36 PM IST

    Gujarat reports 2875 new COVID-19 cases, 2024 discharges and 14 deaths
    Total cases: 3,18,438; Total discharges: 2,98,737; Active cases: 15,135; Total deaths: 4,566

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    Coronavirus: Rajasthan govt imposes fresh restrictions, makes RT-PCR test for coronavirus mandatory for all those visiting the state. Night curfew from 8 PM to 6 AM. Classes for students from Class 1 to Class 9 to remain suspended amid COVID-19 surge.

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  • 8:11 PM IST

    Coronavirus: Mumbai reports 11,163 new COVID-19 cases, highest single-day surge since the pandemic began last year. A total of 5,263 recoveries and 25 deaths were recorded today.

    Total cases: 4,52,445
    Total recoveries: 3,71,628
    Active cases: 68,052
    Deaths: 11,776
  • 6:56 PM IST

    Coronavirus: In view of increasing COVID-19 cases, Haryana Govt. imposes restrictions on gatherings. In closed spaces, 50% of hall capacity will be allowed with a capping of 200 persons. In open space, gathering of 500 persons to be allowed. For funerals only 50 persons to be allowed.