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Corona Updates: Serious condition in UP, 127 new COVID19 cases

The number of patients infected due to Corona virus in the country has increased to 37,336. The number of deaths due to corona is also increasing and this figure has increased to 1218.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 2 May 2020 12:09 PM GMT

Corona Updates: Serious condition in UP, 127 new COVID19 cases
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New Delhi: The number of patients infected due to Corona virus in the country has increased to 37,336. The number of deaths due to corona is also increasing and this figure has increased to 1218. The government has extended the lockdown once again for two weeks in the wake of a growing case of corona infection.

Increasing the lockdown, the Union Health Ministry has divided the country's districts into three zones. The Health Ministry has placed 284 districts in Orange Zone, 319 Districts in Green Zone and 130 Districts under Red Zone.

Number of Corona hotspots decreased:

If we look at the data released by the Ministry of Health, the number of districts infected with the corona virus has increased, which is a matter of concern. Between April 18 and May 1, the number of districts affected by Covid-19 has increased from 406 to 475, although red hotspots have declined during this period. As of May 1, Corona hotspots have dropped from 170 to now 130.

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The total number of Green zones has also come down from 353 to 319 in the last 15 days. Those districts have been kept in the Green Zone where there has been no Corona case for the last 21 days. The government has examined several nuances to divide the districts into three zones. The first is the number of total corona infected patients in a district and the second is the doubling of the number of these patients.

Hotspot in Uttar Pradesh:

Uttar Pradesh has the highest number of hotspots (19), followed by Maharashtra (14), Tamil Nadu (12), Delhi (11) and West Bengal (10). While the situation in Tamil Nadu has seen a lot of improvement. Till now there were 22 hotspot areas in Tamil Nadu which has now reduced to 12. There is growing concern in West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, where hotspot districts are increasing in a few weeks.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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