Current Situation of Coronavirus in India

As there is complete lockout in some parts of India, new confirmed cases of novel coronaviruses in many states have taken a total of more than 400 passengers in India, even to Rimian of all passenger train and interstate bus services have been suspended until 31 March.

More than 30 new cases of a novel coronavirus in the country hit India by 433 on Monday afternoon, with new cases from Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Bihar. The death toll on Sunday rose to seven after three more coronavirus deaths in Milan, India.

Maharashtra, reported 15 new cases, taking the total positive cases to 89 – the highest number of coronavirus cases ever confirmed in India. Follow live updates on coronavirus outbreak

On Monday, 11 new cases were registered in Gujarat, taking the total to 29 in the state. Other states reported new Kovid-19 cases including Tamil Nadu (2) and Bihar (1). Two cases were reported on Monday in Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh.

Meanwhile, a man who tested positive for coronavirus and later recovered from an infection died in a hospital in Mumbai. This is the third death from Mumbai in relation to coronavirus.

Despite the increase in cases in the state, Maharashtra says there has been no community dissemination. “I want to make it clear that we have not entered the community dissemination phase,” Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope told ANI.

As of Sunday, Maharashtra was followed by 67 and Delhi (26) followed by Kerala. Uttar Pradesh reported 29 cases, Telangana 27, Rajasthan 27 and Haryana 23. Telangana registered three new cases on Monday.

Karnataka had a total of 26 patients, although the state registered a new case on Monday. Punjab saw 21 cases while Gujarat 18. Ladakh recorded 13 cases, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal seven each. Chandigarh, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh reported six cases each.

There have been four cases in Jammu and Kashmir. Four cases have been reported in Uttarakhand, while Bihar, Odisha and Himachal Pradesh have registered two cases each. Puducherry and Chhattisgarh reported one case each.

Death Toll Rises to 7

The Union Health Ministry said on Sunday that one death each occurred from Bihar, Gujarat, and Maharashtra.

A 38-year-old man with kidney disease and recent travel history of Qatar in AIIMS-Patna and a 67-year-old man died in a hospital in Surat. A 63-year-old man died from Mumbai.

The remaining four deaths were from Karnataka, Delhi, Maharashtra, and Punjab.

Lockdown-in 80 districts

As cases of the virus progressed, the central and state governments decided to close 80 districts in 17 states and five union territories from where Kovid-19 cases have been reported to break the chain of transmission, and The Ministry of Health said that the state will mark hospitals treating coronavirus patients exclusively.

The districts where the lockout was announced include 10 districts in Maharashtra and Kerala, six each in Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, five each in Karnataka and Haryana, three each in Tamil Nadu and Punjab.

The government was also expanding the network of laboratories to test samples from suspected cases.

Several states, including Maharashtra, Kerala, Haryana, UP, Uttarakhand, and West Bengal, announced partial or complete lockdowns for varying periods. Nagaland said that it has been doing indefinite lockout since midnight on Sunday.

All inter-state buses, passenger trains, and metro services have been suspended across the country till 31 March. This decision was taken at a high-level meeting of the Chief Secretaries of all states and the Cabinet Secretary and Principal Secretary Authorities suspended all passenger train and inter-state bus services until March 31 in unprecedented stages to prevent the spread of novel coronaviruses.

Railways announced that it was suspending all passenger services till 31 March and said that only goods trains would ply. All suburban train services are included in the suspension. Trains that start the journey before 4 am on March 22 will complete their journey, with the railway saying that passengers can claim a full refund for trains canceled during this period until 21 June. The railway has also ordered the closure of all its museums, the Heritage Gallery and Heritage Park by 15 April.

The extraordinary decision was taken a day after the Railways reported three incidents (12 positive cases), with people asking people to stop traveling in trains and leaving people from urban areas in their home states, causing the virus to spread The apprehension increased. Rural areas.

Long Batting A had, SAYS PM MODI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the 14-hour-long ‘Janata curfew’ was the beginning of a long battle against the coronavirus outbreak on Sunday, as he applauded the overwhelming response of the people for their simultaneous appeal to the countrymen.

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