Coronavirus: The Central Government has declared Chandigarh as a hotspot district as per the norms set by the Ministry of Health. This was informed by Chandigarh Advisor Manoj Parida.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended the lockdown to May 3 across the country to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus infection. PM Modi had said that new guidelines have been issued regarding the exemptions available till April 20. Meanwhile, the state governments have made the areas a hotspot where cases have surfaced. The Punjab Government has declared Mohali, Jalandhar, Nawanshahr, and Pathankot as hot spots. Hot spots have also been declared as Noah, Gurugram, Palwal, and Faridabad in Haryana.
The Central Government has declared Chandigarh as a hotspot district as per the norms set by the Ministry of Health. This was informed by Chandigarh Advisor Manoj Parida. He informed that no new case of Corona would be included in the Hot Spot Orange Zone for 14 days. So far, 123 districts have been included in the hot spot so far.
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Coronavirus IN INDIA: DEATH TOLL RISES TO 12,000, 414 DEATHS
Coronavirus is wreaking havoc in India. According to the latest data released by the Health Ministry, the number of infected coronaviruses in India has increased to 12,380. In the last 24 hours, 941 new Corona cases have been reported and 37 people have died. So far 414 people have died in the country with Corona, though 1489 patients have been able to overcome the disease.
In addition, approximately 2,600 people died within 24 hours from the coronavirus in the United States, the highest number of people infected with this infectious disease in any country. According to the Johns Hopkins University of America, 2,569 people died in 24 hours. In addition, the total death toll in the United States has risen to 28,326, the highest number of deaths in any country.
Coronavirus: BAD DAY FOR THE UNITED STATES, MORE THAN 2,400 DEATHS THE NEXT DAY IN A ROW
Once again, Wednesday has proved very bad for the United States. New cases of coronavirus have declined in the United States over the past three days, but in the past 24 hours, 30,206 new cases of infection have been reported. In the United States, the death toll was recorded for the second consecutive day, and 2482 people lost their lives due to infection on Wednesday. Corona cases in the United States have now risen to 6,44,089, while 28,529 people have lost their lives. New York is the most affected by COVID-19 and can record more than 10,000 deaths.
According to health experts, the number of deaths in the United States is on the rise, should not be interpreted as a social distance formula not working. Because of this, the situation in New York is a bit better and fewer patients need ventilators than ever before. According to News Agency Reuters, the average death toll in the United States is steadily increasing. They were about 1500 on Sunday and Monday last week, and earlier this week, they were about 2000 for three days. It has been around 2500 for two days now.
New York lost $10 billion due to Coronavirus
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city has suffered between $5 billion and $10 billion so far because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The state of New York is the epicenter of the Coronavirus epidemic in the United States, and there are approximately 200,000,000 cases of infection. In New York City, the death toll from the Coronavirus infection has crossed the 10,000 marks.
They include 3,700 people whose investigative reports have never been positive. The mayor said, “Our revenue is gone, our tax base is destroyed, our economy is ruined. We lost $5 billion to $10 billion, which can be used to provide basic services in the largest city in the United States.