Karnataka to finalise lockdown exit strategy by April 13
New Delhi: Corona virus fear continues in the country. Monday is the 6th day of lock down, in the meantime people have been asked to stay more and more at homes. However, now discounts are being gradually given everywhere to pick up the necessities, besides home delivery facilities are also being extended.
The number of corona infected peope is constantly increasing. According to the latest figures, so far the number of corona patients has reached 1039, while 29 people have lost their lives.
-COVID19 cases rise to 88 including 14 cured in Uttar Pradesh. Maximum 36 cases have been reported in Gautam Budh Nagar following by Meerut 13.
-Delhi Health Department team reached Nizamuddin after reports that some people in the area have developed coronavirus symptoms.
– CM Yogi Adityanath today transferred Rs 611 Crore directly to the bank account of 27.5 Lakh workers of the state, under MNREGA scheme.
-About 85 people, possibly infected with COVID19, got admitted at Lok Nayak Hospital, Delhi last night.
-There is no plan of extending the dates of lockdown, said Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba
-Lucknow district administration has acquired 4 hotels on temporary basis, for the purpose of providing quarantine to doctors and paramedical staff who are treating COVID19 patients at the hospitals in Lucknow.
PM appreciates Omar Abdullah:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday condoled the death of Omar Abdullah’s uncle and appreciated the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister’s call to supporters to respect guidelines and not gather at either his residence or the graveyard.
93 migrant workers held for defying lockdown:
At least 93 migrant labourers have been arrested in Gujarat’s Surat city for allegedly defying the nationwide lockdown and attacking police, an official said on Monday.
Situation became tense in Ganesh Nagar and Tirupati Nagar localities late Sunday night after nearly 500 migrant workers residing there came on roads, demanding transportation facility to reach their native places, Deputy Commissioner of Police Vidhi Chaudhari said.
One more tests positive for COVID-19 in Bengal:
A 77-year-old man from the city tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, taking the total number of people afflicted with the dreaded virus to 22, a senior health official said.