It has been announced to extend the lockdown till May 31 across the country. The directive to increase the lockdown across the country has been issued by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). The NDMA has directed all states to extend the lockdown by 31 May. The Ministry of Home Affairs has also issued guidelines regarding Lockdown 4.0. On the last day of lockdown 3.0, NDMA sent a letter to the center and directed to extend the lockdown across the country till 31 May. Three states have announced to increase the lockdown till May 31, before the announcement of NDMA. These states are: Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Punjab.
According to the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs for Lockdown 4.0,
-Hotels, restaurants will remain closed.
– Home delivery will be allowed.
– All flights will be suspended till 31 May.
– The mall, the cinema will remain closed as before.
In the last 24 hours due to Kovid-19 in the country, the death toll rose to 2,872 with the death of 120 people. During the same period, 4,987 new cases of infection were reported, after which the total cases increased to 90,927 on Sunday morning. The Union Health Ministry said that these figures have been revealed since eight o’clock on Saturday morning. The ministry said that 53,946 patients are being treated in the country, 34,108 patients have been cured and one patient has gone out of the country.
A senior health ministry official said, “Thus far 37.51 percent patients have been cured.”
There are more than 10,000 cases of infection in three states, of which the maximum 30,706 cases are in Maharashtra. There are 10,988 cases in Gujarat and 10,585 cases of infection in Tamil Nadu.
The total cases of infection include foreign nationals who have been investigated in India.
Of the 120 people who have died since eight o’clock on Saturday morning, 67 are in Maharashtra, 19 in Gujarat, nine in Uttar Pradesh, seven in West Bengal, six in Delhi, four in Madhya Pradesh, three in Tamil Nadu, two in Haryana and one – One patient died in Andhra Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan.
A total of 2,872 patients died across the country, out of which 1,135 died in Maharashtra. 625 people in Gujarat, 243 people in Madhya Pradesh, 232 people in West Bengal, 129 people in Delhi, 126 patients in Rajasthan, 104 people in Uttar Pradesh, 74 patients in Tamil Nadu and 49 people in Andhra Pradesh. Died
36 people have died in Karnataka due to infection, 34 in Telangana, 32 in Punjab, 13 in Haryana, 12 in Jammu and Kashmir, seven in Bihar and four in Kerala due to infection. Hui. Three people died in Jharkhand, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh and Odisha and two patients died in Assam.
According to the data of the ministry, one patient each of Kovid-19 died in Meghalaya, Uttarakhand and Puducherry.
According to the ministry, in more than 70 percent of cases of death due to infection, patients were also suffering from other serious diseases.
According to the Health Ministry data updated on Sunday morning, the highest 30,706 cases of infection in the country are in Maharashtra, 10,988 cases in Gujarat, 10,585 cases in Tamil Nadu, 9,333 cases in Delhi, 4,960 cases in Rajasthan, 4,789 cases in Madhya Pradesh and 4,258 cases. Are in the state. In West Bengal, cases of Kovid-19 increased to 2,576, 2,355 cases to Andhra Pradesh and 1,946 cases to Punjab.
There are 1,509 cases in Telangana, 1,179 cases in Bihar, 1,121 cases in Jammu and Kashmir, 1,092 cases in Karnataka and 887 cases of Kovid-19 in Haryana.
There are 737 cases of corona virus infection in Odisha, 587 cases in Kerala, 217 cases in Jharkhand and 191 cases in Chandigarh.
There are 167 cases of infection in Tripura, 92 cases in Assam, 88 cases in Uttarakhand, 78 cases in Himachal Pradesh, 67 cases in Chhattisgarh and 43 cases of infection in Ladakh so far.
There are 33 cases of Kovid-19 in the Andaman-Nicobar Islands. There are 17 cases of infection in Goa, 13-13 cases in Meghalaya and Puducherry.
There are seven cases of corona virus in Manipur, one each in Arunachal Pradesh and Dadar-Nagar Haveli.
“Our data is being matched with ICMR data,” it said on the ministry’s website.