LIVE: 'Janta Curfew'; Lockdown in 80 districts till March 31
India is ready for the battle with Coronavirus. Today, the curfew has started from 7 am. Under this, no one will come out of their house from 7 am to 9 pm.
New Delhi: India is ready for the battle with Coronavirus. Today, the curfew has started from 7 am. Under this, no one will come out of their house from 7 am to 9 pm. The effect of curfew was visible from last two days. Newstrack.Com is giving you instant updates of the entire India in ' Janta Curfew'.
-Lockdown in almost 75 districts of the country till 31st March.
-Noida-Greater Noida metro, city bus services suspended till March 31 with immediate effect due to coronavirus outbreak
-Delhi metro services to be closed till March 31 due to coronavirus: DMRC
-Indian Railways cancels all passenger trains till March 31
-A 63-year-old coronavirus patient died in Mumbai on Sunday, taking the death toll in Maharashtra to two, a health official said.
-Lockdown in Rajasthan after Punjab.
-Congress leader Jitin Prasada & his wife Neha Prasada have tested negative for Coronavirus.
-Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh ordered statewide lockdown till 31 March .
-Shops closed and streets empty in Shimla(Himachal Pradesh).
-JantaCurfew is being observed across the country today. It is a battle against Coronavirus. Social distancing is the best way to defeat the pandemic and prevent its spread.: UP CM Yogi AdityaNath on Janta Curfew
-Malls and tourist spots are already closed in many other big cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Noida Lucknow, Bengaluru.
-In many states, buses have also been banned.
In this series Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the people of nation to stay at home. Early morning he tweeted video on his official twitter account and tweeted, "In a few minutes from now, the #JantaCurfew commences. Let us all be a part of this curfew, which will add tremendous strength to the fight against COVID-19 menace. The steps we take now will help in the times to come. Stay indoors and stay healthy. #IndiaFightsCorona"
Gajarat arranged self imposed Lockdown:
The ‘Janta curfew’ call given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a good response in Gujarat on Sunday as the entire state was in a self-imposed lockdown to fight the coronavirus. Streets were empty and shops and business establishments remained shut in the state.