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The incidence of the crown in all parts of India is 100, while in Maharashtra the majority of cases are 31.
New Delhi: According to state reports, the number of new people infected with coronovirus has reached 100 across the country, although the Federation’s Interior Ministry estimates the official number of infection to be 84. The main upward result was result of Maharashtra’s entry into the new region. Mutations in his infection range from 19 to 31 per day, making him the country with the most cases. Kerala is 22 years old.
In addition to Maharashtra, there was a new positive situation in Rajasthan, Telangana, and Kerala. The confirmed victims include 10 people who have been recovered and two who have died.
Meanwhile, the Center announced that it would consider Kovid-19 proliferation as a “reported disaster” with the goal of providing medical facilities under the State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF).
A growing number of infections ordered the closure of five other states on Saturday. Schools in West Bengal, Punjab, Telangana, Himachal Pradesh and Goa closed schools, colleges, cinemas, auditoriums, bars, gymnasiums and public pools for varying periods. It also banned social ceremonies, such as weddings, birthday parties, and conferences. The move was taken a day after Kerala, Bihar, Upp, Rajasthan, Member of Parliament, Chhattisgarh, Haryana and Manipur.
Of the 12 new cases reported in the state of Maharashtra on Saturday, five were in Pimpri-Chinchwad, two in Yavatale and one in Mumbai, Fascist (Navi Mumbai), Kamothi, Kalyan and Nagpur. The number increased further when Maharashtra decided to close all the air-conditioned shopping malls, schools, colleges, technical institutes and training courses across the state before March 31.
A 71-year-old man from Saudi Arabia died and is suspected of being infected with the Corona virus in Boldana. However, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Apex said her position is dubious, and since it has not turned out positive, it would be a mistake to describe it as death from coronavirus.
Mumbai reported its fifth status on Saturday, with the son of the 64-year-old son who had a history of travel in Dubai and a small treatment at PD Hinduja Hospital was positive. On Friday, the 63-year-old wife was also positive. In addition to the son, three other people, from Fasi, Kamothi and Kalyan, were positive. There are now nine cases in the Mumbai metropolitan area.
Four of the five new cases in Pimpri – Chinchwad were those that approached a group of 40 people who had traveled to Dubai – and their members’ test was positive first, while one person returned from Thailand. A 59-year-old Kamothi citizen from the Philippines, who proposed positivity in Dubai, traveled to Dubai with a group of 40 people, and a 37-year-old Calian patient traveled to France and the United States. Civilian officials said they were all receiving symptomatic treatment at the Kasturba Hospital in Mumbai.
In Maharashtra, all 15 cases are found in Pune / Pimpri-Chinchwad, 5 in Mumbai, 4 in Nagpur, 2 in Yavatmal and Banville (Cammouth), Navi Mumbai, Kalyan, Ahmed Najjar and Thani.
On Saturday, the Punjab government decided to close theaters, swimming pools and gyms from midnight Saturday “until further requests.” Himachal Pradesh decided to demand that educational institutions and theaters be closed before March 31. However, the board exams will be held on schedule. The Punjab government also banned public ceremonies, including sports competitions, conferences, cultural events, exhibitions and exhibitions, from midnight on March 14 to other orders.
West Bengal closed all educational institutions from March 16 to 31. IIT-Kharagpur students off-campus have been asked to stay home and use the online facilities for semester courses. IIM-Calcutta postponed their invitation on April 4.
Goa’s government ordered the closure of schools, colleges, bars, cinemas, public pools, resorts, boating, and casinos by March 31. The closing order will be effective from midnight on Sunday. Goa CM Pramod Sawant said that shopping malls, restaurants and hotels would remain open, as the closing instructions were only for places where people congregate indoors. The Tourism Committee also urged tourists not to visit Goa as a precautionary measure.
A report indicates that the chemical construction, transportation and manufacturing sectors may be the most difficult due to the coronovirus epidemic in China. However, according to a report by ICICI Securities, India’s largest imports (crude oil, gems and jewelery), which account for 46 percent of total imports, are relatively different from China’s public health crisis.
The new coronavirus, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019, has killed more than 5,000 people and infected more than one worldwide. He said that daily deaths from the virus are still very high and, given the number of people infected, the fight against the virus is not over.
Since the severity of the virus became known, global financial markets have been at a peak. Although most deaths have occurred in China, the virus has spread to some 100 countries, and the World Health Organization has declared it an epidemic.
In fiscal year 19, $ 507 billion of India’s total imports, 26 percent of the basket, which includes iron, steel, and inorganic chemicals, is likely to be marginally affected.
We expect the impact on iron and steel to be moderate as India imports 11 percent of iron and steel from China. In addition, India is the largest iron and steel exporter in India, and South Korea represents the 20 percent of your needs from China. ” Imports “.
Similarly, we expect the impact on inorganic chemicals to be moderate, with India importing about 15 percent of inorganic chemicals from China, “the report says.
In addition, there are five import products that are highly dependent on China. They are: electrical machinery, machines, mechanical equipment, organic chemicals, plastics, optical and surgical instruments. These items make up 28 percent of India’s import basket.
The areas that could be affected by the possible closure in China include construction, transportation manufacturing, chemical and machinery manufacturing,” he said.
The country exports only 5 percent of its total export basket to China, and consequently the report does not estimate a significant impact on shipments due to the SK virus.
He added that some export products, such as organic chemicals and cotton, could resist the head wind, since China exports a large part.
Coronavirus cases in the country increased to 93
New Delhi: The number of new coronaviruses in the country rose to 93 on Sunday, including two people who died in Delhi and Karnataka, the Union Ministry of Health said.
While a 76-year-old man from Calaburagi recently returned from Saudi Arabia, a 68-year-old woman who died of coronovirus died at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital on Thursday night. .
So far seven positive cases have been reported in Delhi and 11 in Uttar Pradesh. Karnataka has six patients with coronovirus, while 19 are from Maharashtra, three from Ladakh, 2 from Jammu and Kashmir.
Apart from this, Rajasthan also recorded two cases. Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Punjab have each reported one.
Twenty-two cases were reported in the state of Kerala, including three patients who dropped out last month after recovering from an infectious infection with flu-like symptoms.
Ministry officials said 17 foreigners – 16 Italian and Canadian tourists were involved in a total of 93 confirmed cases.
Amid the increasing incidence of coronovirus in India, the government did not ask people to panic, saying that it had not paid attention to transmission of the virus from society and that until now there were only a few cases of local transmission and which is currently in India. I had “not a health emergency”.
With the World Health Organization (COVID-19) declaring it an epidemic, a Ministry of Health official said that more than 4,000 people who called 93 positive cases were identified and tracked through a follow-up contact, while 42,000 people were under surveillance throughout the country.
He said that all basic facilities such as community monitoring, quarantine, isolation wings, adequate personal protective equipment, a trained workforce, and rapid response teams are strengthened in all states and federal territories.
The center announced on Friday, as part of its measures to prevent the spread of the disease, that people would be allowed to travel through 19 of the 37 border posts as of midnight Saturday, and Train services and Passenger buses on the India-Bangladesh border will remain unchanged until April 15.
The official said that the four Indo-Nepal border posts will remain operational and that citizens of Bhutan and Nepal will continue to enter the country without a visa.
In an effort to stop the spread of the coronaviruses, the government on Wednesday suspended all visas except certain categories, such as diplomacy and employment.
I asked Indian citizens to avoid unnecessary travel abroad.
All international travelers returning to India must self-monitor their health and follow in detail what the government has to do and what it should not do in detail.