Coronavirus: Uttar Pradesh logs 238 deaths; 6,725 more test positive in a day
The number of corona infections in UP is steadily decreasing. This trend continues continuously. The data for the corona of the last 24 hours of the state has been released.
LUCKNOW: Coronavirus has spread like wildfire in the second wave of the pandemic in India. It doesn't seem to end anytime soon. The second wave of COVID 19 has proven to be harmful and fatal. The Uttar Pradesh on Thursday reported 6,725 fresh cases with 238 deaths. While, 13590 people have been discharged. In, most popular city Lucknow, 353 new coronavirus cases were found.
Earlier on Wednesday, 7336 new infected people were found in the state while 282 people died. At present, the total number of active patients in the state is 116434.
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Entire medical system 'Ram bharose' in small cities, villages of UP; says Allahabad HC
The Allahabad High Court has said that the entire medical system in villages and small cities of Uttar Pradesh is at God's mercy ("Ram bharose"). The court made this observation on Monday while hearing a PIL over the surge in coronavirus cases and the condition of quarantine centres in the state.
After WHO & NITI Aayog, Uttar Pradesh Model of Covid control gets praise from Bombay HC
UP Model of Covid control has come in for praise from the Bombay High Court. In its observation, the court looked convinced by the model adopted by the state government to save people and children from corona infection in Uttar Pradesh. Earlier, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the country's NITI Aayog have showered praise on the Yogi government for 'UP model' for Covid management.
The Uttar Pradesh government has issued an order for all schools and colleges in the state to commence online classes for students from May 20 onwards. In the order, the Uttar Pradesh government has directed all educational institutions to start online classes from May 20 so that the students in the state do not miss out on their set curriculum amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, online classes will not resume for students of primary classes.
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