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NEW DELHI: The number of cases of coronovirus in hotspots in various cities of the country is increasing continuously. Meanwhile, cities are slowly opening up after more than two months of coronovirus-induced lockdown.
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- Mumbai needs at least 5,000 ICU beds, ideally in 500-bed clusters in the functioning of large hospitals to pool manpower and specialties.
- Best of all, the city’s lifeline on the streets, after a gap of more than two months, announced the resumption of services for office officials from Monday, during which it hired only the necessary staff.
- Heavy traffic was seen in many parts of the city on Friday, with the Maharashtra government flagging off private vehicles for non-essentials within the Mumbai metropolitan area.
- As the state government’s ‘Mission Start Again’ scheme on Friday, the pace of trade for life in the city increased, partially thwarting the plan to reduce lockdown, while all shops on one side of the road are still in business. Did not open for, there was relief. Will revive as soon as possible after a gap of two and a half months.
- Maharashtra reported 139 Kovid-19 deaths on Friday, the highest in a day since the outbreak began. With this, the state toll has reached 2,849. In the last three days, there have been a total of 384 deaths in the state. Mumbai equaled its highest toll for a day with 54 deaths, its toll crossing the 1,500 mark to 1,519.
- Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has warned of stern action against private hospitals that refuse to accept and treat Kovid-19 patients.
- 5 Kovid-19 positive cases were found in the Enforcement Directorate (ED) headquarters located at Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, Delhi. The building was cleaned yesterday; It has been sealed for tomorrow.
- All the malls, restaurants, hotels and places of worship in the capital – those held in the hold area – may reopen next week
- The Delhi government has ordered hospitals to discharge all mild and asymptomatic patients of Kovid-19 within 24 hours of admission and report them to the District Monitoring Officers.
- More than 7.5 lakh people in the capital have sent suggestions that the Chief Minister has sought answers from the public as to whether Delhi’s boundaries should be opened and whether beds in the city’s hospitals should be reserved for its residents only.
- The capital has recorded 44 Kovid-19 deaths in three days from June 1 to June 3. Of which 25 deaths occurred on June 3, June 10 and June 9.
- Although the UP government has given permission to open religious places from June 8, there are different plans to open locks in major pilgrimage centers. So, while the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi is opening from 8 June, the temple management in Mathura has said that they cannot open until they get proper police protection. Some major temples of Lucknow will also open from June 15.
- UP’s Kovid-19 rally on Friday recorded the highest single-jump of 502 cases. The jump took the state’s total to 9,804, with 51 fresh cases reported, followed by Kanpur (48) and Jaunpur (41). This is the first time that the state tally has crossed the 500 mark.
- The malls in Lucknow are set to reopen from Monday after a gap of 85 days, but people will only be allowed to shop with window shopping or leisure outings.
- Two days after a sub-inspector damaged MakeShift vegetable shops and allegedly mistreated traders, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached on Friday to help sellers whose shops were broken into and misplaced. The policeman was ordered suspended.
- The Tamil Nadu government on Saturday cited allegations of Kovid-19 treatment in private hospitals across the state and announced that no charges could be charged from patients over and above the prescribed slabs.
- Fifteen more children were found Kovid-19 positive at the government reception home in Raipuram, Chennai, in which 43 children were infected.
- Twenty-five high-end motorcycles equipped with disinfectant tanks will be used to clean the narrow lanes in the cantonment zone in Chennai.
- Four judges of the Madras High Court have tested positive for Kovid-19 and will be out of action for at least one-two weeks.
- The Greater Chennai Corporation plans to buy more bicycles and e-bikes so that you can use them to get from one part of the city to another, instead of using crowded public transport, and so on with coronaviruses Can reduce transmission.
- Three members of the National Biomedical Resource Industrialization Consortium (N-BRIC), headquartered in Bengaluru, are set to take three innovations related to coronovirus testing to the production stage.
- The increasing infection numbers in Bengaluru are causing concern among transport-service employees as they deal with hundreds of people every day.
- Lack of adequate drinking water and adequate food, in addition to fear of being infected, is motivating migrant workers to avoid institutional quarantine facilities such as hostels and residential schools.
- Police in Raichur were let off and as they started receiving alerts from Bangalore’s Kovid-19 War Room, people in the district were escaping from home and institutional facilities – “quarantine”.
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