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West Bengal Govt should ensure strict lock-down!

 

The ministry of hospital administration urges the government of West Bengal to contain the virus with a strict lockdown. Broadening the orders, announcing that it might turn into the next epicentre of COVID-19

Post “gradual dilution” of lockdown, on a Sunday, in West Bengal, the Union Home Ministry again wrote to the state government. In order to take necessary action to ensure strict adherence to the curbs following alleged violation incidents in Murshidabad and Siliguri, reports PTI.

The letter was written by a deputy secretary in the MHA (internal security division) to the state chief secretary and the director general of police (DGP) was sent on the same day, officials proclaimed.

“It has been reported that there was a large assembly of people in establishment dispensing essential commodities and shops dealing with non-essential commodities were open in Siliguri. Further, the lockdown was also violated in some mosques in Murshidabad district,” the letter stated.

“It is requested to take necessary action in order to ensure strict adherence to lockdown measures. District authorities and field agencies may accordingly be directed so as to prevent any such recurrence in future,” it added.

 

 

The curve is increasing!

On Sunday the log showcased the totally accounted 8,312 confirmed cases in India, says ICMR.

A total of 1,95,748 samples from 1,81,028 individuals have been tested as of 9 PM on 12 April, said ICMR. Noticing that 15,583 samples have been reported on Sunday, ICMR added. A total of 8,312 individuals have been confirmed positive among suspected cases and contacts of known positive cases in India and 554 tested positives on Sunday, it said.

Though there is a heavy contrast amidst the states requesting for lockdown post-April 14th, there are significant chances that it could be extended.

The combined number of coronavirus cases in India has jumped to 8,356, after 909 new numbers reported in the past 24 hours, revealed the most recent figures from the Union Health Ministry.

The death toll from COVID-19 has risen to 273 while 715 patients have been cured of the virus or discharged. Maharashtra remains the worst affected state with 1761 cases, followed by Delhi (1069), Tamil Nadu (969), Rajasthan (700) and Telangana (504).

However, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has logged a total of 1.79 lakh samples had been tested in India till Saturday.

Here are the total coronavirus cases in India, state-wise

 

  • Andhra Pradesh – 381
  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands – 11
  • Arunachal Pradesh – 1
  • Assam -29
  • Bihar – 63
  • Chandigarh – 19
  • Chhattisgarh – 18
  • Delhi – 1069
  • Goa – 7
  • Gujarat – 432
  • Haryana – 177
  • Himachal Pradesh – 32
  • Jammu and Kashmir – 207
  • Jharkhand – 17
  • Karnataka – 214
  • Kerala – 364
  • Ladakh – 15
  • Madhya Pradesh – 532
  • Maharashtra – 1761
  • Manipur -2
  • Mizoram – 1
  • Odisha – 50
  • Puducherry – 7
  • Punjab – 151
  • Rajasthan – 700
  • Tamil Nadu – 969
  • Telangana – 504
  • Tripura – 2
  • Uttarakhand – 35
  • Uttar Pradesh – 452
  • West Bengal – 134

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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