Lockdown News India: Day 65 of coronovirus lockdown; Ground Report from Cities | India news

Lockdown News India: Day 65 of coronovirus lockdown; Ground Report from Cities | India news

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New Delhi: Lockdown 4.0 is nearing its term, with city administrations across the country preparing for the implementation of the next phase of lockdown. Meanwhile, cities, especially in the northern part of the country, suffered double thermostats and a coronavirus epidemic.

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  • The New Delhi Municipal Council on Wednesday sealed the sixth floor of its office at Palika Kendra and Shaheed Bhagat Singh Place (Gole Market) as four of its employees tested positive for novel coronovirus and 14 others reported fever and related symptoms. gave information.
  • IGI Airport canceled only one flight until 9 pm on Wednesday, following a coronovirus lockdown three days after the resumption of domestic flights.
  • Most private hospitals offering Kovid-19 treatment are in full operation. However, most government hospitals have empty beds including ICUs.
  • The Delhi government has asked principals of their schools to prepare their plans for opening the institutions after the epidemic.
  • The Kovid-19 crisis in Delhi became more severe on Wednesday, with 792 new cases registered in a single day.


  • The city’s Kovid-19 positivity rate has seen a six-fold increase since early April, which experts say is an indicator of a fast-spreading infection. Currently, the percentage of people who test positive in Mumbai per 100 tests is 18%, i.e. around one in five people is testing positive.
  • Six of the city’s 24 administrative wards have 2,000 Kovid-19 cases registered, and together – 13,711 cases – Mumbai has 43% of 31,988 cases.
  • The state government clarified on Wednesday evening that three “notifications” that had been doing the rounds stating that the state had relaxed the lockdown rules in red areas were not issued by it.
  • Although the outbreak of Kovid-19 is difficult, civilian authorities will be proud because some of their “innovative” mechanisms to control the virus may soon include it in national guidelines.


  • Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa said on Wednesday that the temples as well as mosques and churches will open on 1 June.
  • Karnataka is set to reopen malls, hotels and theaters after May 31
  • After discussions with health experts, the Karnataka government is likely to cancel the mandatory Kovid-19 test for heterosexual travelers arriving from other states and countries.


  • The state government has made Kovid-19 confirmation test mandatory for heart patients, cancer patients suffering from kidney and liver diseases and others in government hospitals.
  • Students of Lucknow University will soon have the opportunity to become ‘Karma Yogis’ with the help of a scholarship which will give them an opportunity to earn while learning.
  • With an aim to curb red tape in the process, the Uttar Pradesh Energy Department on Wednesday proposed to issue a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to commercial and industrial enterprises from the Directorate of Electrical Safety (DES).


  • The state government has decided to implement odd rules for shops and allow opening of all shops and establishments except shopping malls in the city from Thursday.
  • With Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNPA) to resume training at its campus in Sivarampally, the academy’s administrators soon classified 137 to caution IPS probers into three groups – red, orange and green – Have decided to do. Avoid the spread of Kovid-19.
  • Due to the virus-affected policemen on Kovid-19 duties, the Hyderabad Police has provided a special ward facility for them at Gandhi Hospital.
  • Secunderabad Cantonment Board (SCB) officials said that Laxminagar has now become a hotspot after the Secunderabad Cantonment Board (SCB) officials declared it as a ‘ment continuation area’ in a positive Kovid-19 case.


  • Children will step in to join the domestic aviation map on Thursday with 10 flights – four Delhi, four Mumbai and one each – Bengaluru, Chennai and Dibrugarh at the city’s airport.
  • On the eve of Jamai Shashthi, people closed the fish markets completely disregarding the norms of social distinction, as the prices of perishables for burning large holes in pockets increased abnormally.
  • Nearly normal transport services were restored on Wednesday in the run-up to formally exit lockdown on 1 June.


  • Six more tests positive for Kovid-19 at Bapu Dham Colony, Chandigarh; Total cases in UT increase to 288
  • Kachhi Colony of Dhanas is one of the first areas in the city to be declared a pocket affected by the UT administration, where residents still face many problems.
  • The UT administration has sent 800 migrants back to their places of origin in Bapu Dham Colony, Sector 26, a coronovirus hotspot after medical screening till Wednesday.
  • Chandigarh: Sector 38, 52 are out of the conference area, but screening is being done to continue Share to Twitter.


  • The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the Tamil Nadu government to use the top four floors of a private hospital in Chennai to treat Kovid-19 patients.
  • With the government announcing its intention to allow international flights, preparations have begun to keep terminals ready to handle arrivals and departures at Chennai airport.
  • Flight was canceled on Wednesday at Chennai airport due to trimming of schedules to impress domestic passengers. The airport handled 44 flights, 22 arrivals and 22 departures after services resumed on Monday.
  • Academics have said that the verification of the certificate for admission to engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu was delayed due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, it should be done online.


  • Due to a bumper crop and a drop in wholesale demand from restaurants and eateries, wholesale prices of onions and green chilies have come down.
  • More than 3 million migrant workers left Gujarat for their states between May 1 and 27 after the government allowed migrant workers to return.


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