Considering the deadly terror disease of Coronavirus all over the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India declared a 21-day lockdown last week and warned against violation of the restrictions, saying those doing so were “playing with their own lives”.
Indian government took the step to ensure the 21-day lockdown and ask every state government to help curb the exodus of migrant workers from cities since the total of COVID-19 infected cases reached at the 1144 and deaths reported 28 deaths from various states including Bengal, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Bihar. With the higher numbers, Maharashtra has reported 6 deaths, Madhya Pradesh 2, Karnataka 3, Gujarat 4, and Delhi 2.
As the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases crossed 1,000 marks, the central government took the major decision to seal all state and district borders to check community transmission of the COVID-19 by migrant workers.
If we talk about recent coronavirus news in India, a 54-yr-old woman from Kalimpong dies in North Bengal Medical College and, Telangana likely to be COVID-19 free by 7 April if no fresh cases emerge K Chandrashekar Rao. Talking about the extend the lockdown, Rajiv Gauba says “No plans to extend lockdown”
The recent report about the Coronavirus vaccine, the French professor Didier Rouault, who spoke of the use of the anti-malarial drug chloroquine to beat the coronavirus, and claimed that a new study he had done confirmed that the drug was effective in eradicating the virus.
Maharashtra now has maximum of 207 cases of infection with this virus. 202 cases have been confirmed in Kerala, 83 cases in Karnataka, 70 cases in Telangana, 72 cases in Uttar Pradesh, 63 cases in Gujarat, 59 cases in Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu 50 and 70 cases in Delhi.
Here’s the full confirmed case of COVID-19 in India:
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The Prime Minister has announced a WhatsApp helpdesk number: 9013151515, while Apple and Trump took some steps and released the new COVID-19 app and website to help people.