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The death toll in India, 46 in 24 hours!

Three out of every one million population in Karnataka are infected with COVID – 19, as per the analysis by the state government.

Death toll in India rises to 46 deaths in 24 hours, total submitting 199 death state wise. With the ongoing state government plea to the central, the pandemic outbreak could touch a severe lockdown going forward.

Resisting the outbreak with mere lockdown is just one of the many possibilities. Though our country is brewing its research on the anti-coronavirus drug, we should still remember that the testing aid kit per individual is still unavailable to many.

 

The updates!

In the wake of fake news on the COVID-19 crisis spreading like wildfire, the police department has launched a website that ascertains facts about online content and declares whether they are true or not.

Thursday was India’s worst day of fighting the COVID-19 battle with 809 new cases and 46 deaths being reported across India. The death toll due to the novel coronavirus in India now stands at 199 and the number of cases has risen to 6,412, according to the Union Health Ministry.

With the health officials confirming about, nine out of ten new cases are close contacts of COVID-19 positive patients.

While the number of active COVID-19 cases is 5,709, as many as 503 people were cured and discharged and one had migrated, it said. and the deaths reported from each state starting from Maharashtra were 25, 3 from Delhi and one each from Gujarat and Jharkhand.

After Bihar health officials confirmed 17 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, taking a total number of COVID-19 cases in the state to 60, the administration sealed off Siwan, Begusarai and Nawada districts to curb the spread of the virus in the state.

Bihar health department stated that Siwan district alone has 29 positive cases, the highest number of cases in the state’s district.

 

The severe lockdown in Karnataka!

With the hot discussions prevailing in the house, the state government could seize the areas that have been tagged as hot-spot. ‘Hotspot’ refers to the area tanned under coronavirus with more than 6 people infected.

While it is still unclear whether the nationwide lockdown will be extended beyond April 14, employees of state transport undertakings are readying to operate buses as soon as the deadline ends.

With this in mind, each one us is held responsible for the present situation adding to the consequences. Please stay home and fight it out with the self-imposed house arrest, needless to say until any severe emergency knocks in.

 

 

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