The high speed of the Corona virus in the country is not taking its name. Within the last 24 hours, more than 10,000 corona cases have been reported in the financial capital Mumbai. 31 people lost their lives due to the epidemic. With this, the total number of corona cases in Mumbai has increased to 4,72,332. At the same time, the number of new cases in the capital Delhi also within 24 hours Beyond 5 thousand Has arrived. 2340 people have been recovered and 17 have died. The total number of corona cases in the capital now stands at 6,85,062.
Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan has held a meeting with the 11 most affected states. These 11 states are Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan. In a meeting held through video conferencing with the health ministers of these states, Harsh Vardhan has stated that the corona recovery rate of the country is 92.38%. He also said that despite the rapid increase in new cases, the death rate is 1.30 percent.
Strict steps have been taken in Mumbai
Strict steps are being taken by the state government to stop Corona in Mumbai. Along with increasing the speed of testing, people have been instructed to follow the rules related to corona. CM Uddhav Thackeray has said that if the same situation prevails then a lockdown can be imposed in Maharashtra.
Night curfew is from 10 am to 5 am in Delhi, while in Mumbai it is from 8 pm to 7 am. According to the order of the administration, if any establishments remain open during the curfew, necessary action will be taken.
Night curfew in Mumbai and Pune
In mumbai and pune Night curfew So, but emergency services are exempted from this. If more than five people appear together in Mumbai then action will be taken. However, this rule will not apply to people involved in medical and essential services. All private offices except those connected with financial services will remain closed. Private offices have been made work from home. Banks, stock markets, insurance, medicine, mediclaim, telecommunications, electricity and water offices will be opened. Only 50 percent of the employees in government offices will be able to go.
Lockdown on weekends
There will be a lockdown on weekends i.e. Saturday and Sunday. All the drama houses, theaters, multiplexes, theaters, video parlors, clubs, swimming pools, auditoriums, water parks related to entertainment will remain closed.
Kejriwal government imposes night curfew from 10 am to 5 am tonight
If we talk about Delhi, then people will be allowed to leave their homes only if they stay in the e-pass at night. Media will also be allowed to move through e-pass. Private doctor nurses and paramedical staff will get exemption on showing ID card. According to the Delhi government, passengers coming to the airport railway station and bus station will be given exemption on showing valid tickets.
Pregnant women and patients going for treatment will be exempted from this curfew. Public transport such as buses, Delhi Metro, autos, taxis, etc. will be allowed to be transported during the scheduled time to the same people who have been exempted during the night curfew. Regarding the night curfew, the Delhi government has said in its order that this curfew is about the movement of the people and not the essential goods and essential services.
Guidelines regarding Chennai
The same Tamil Nadu government has extended the lockdown imposed on Kovid-19 till 30 April with the existing concessions and restrictions. In an order issued by Chief Secretary Rajiv Ranjan, Informed has gone. According to the order, protocols to check the spread of the virus, detect and treat the infected will be effectively implemented. Ranjan said that the district administration should take all necessary measures to promote Kovid-19 guidelines. Make people strictly follow the rules of applying masks, hand hygiene and social distancing.
Lockdown in four districts of Madhya Pradesh
The Madhya Pradesh government has imposed a lockdown in four districts of the state. In view of the increasing cases, the state government will keep the lockdown in Betul district from ten to Friday night and in the urban areas of Khargone from night to five in the morning. In Ratlam city and Chhindwara district, all activities, except essential services, will be banned from 10 am to 6 pm on Thursday.
Night curfew in Jodhpur
In view of the increasing cases of Corona virus, the Jodhpur district administration has imposed curfew from 8 am to 6 am from 30 April. The district magistrate said, “The curfew has been implemented from 8 am to 6 am at night. The second wave of Corona is very dangerous. In some states, the situation is appalling. “
Night curfew in Chandigarh
The Chandigarh administration on Tuesday decided to impose a night curfew to curb the growing cases in the union territory. As per official instructions, curfews are between 10 am and 5 pm, during which only essential services will be allowed to function.
In Punjab, the situation is getting worse with Corona. In view of this, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has extended the ban in the state till 10 April. In Punjab, it was strictly in force till 31 March. Now this strictness will be applicable till 10 April. After that a review will be done again and a decision will be taken to increase or decrease the strictness. In a meeting with state officials on Tuesday, the Chief Minister has given several important orders to control the corona. His main focus was on increasing testing and vaccination.
Significantly, the number of corona infections in the country is continuously increasing as the second wave of global epidemic has started. Elections are being held in 5 states of the country. Uttar Pradesh, the country’s most populous, is going to have panchayat elections. Railways and airlines are operational. In such a situation, 68.94% of the few active corona infected in the country are in the 5 states where the Congress is in government or is a partner in the party government.