Janata curfew: entire country confined in their homes


New Delhi. To curb the growing effects of Corona virus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a public curfew from 7 am to 9 pm today. Not only this, PM Modi has appealed to all the people at five in the evening to stand in their balcony and clap and play thali.


The number of corona patients is increasing rapidly across the country. Nearly 80 new positive cases of Corona have been reported in the last 24 hours. By Sunday morning, the number of COVID-19 positive patients across the country has increased to 348. So far 6 people have died in the country. The worst is in Maharashtra, where so far 74 cases have been reported. 22 states of the country are affected by Corona.

Meanwhile, Railway Board is meeting. Sources said that the railways is considering shutting down the rail service by 25 March. The number of corona virus infected is increasing rapidly and so far 348 people have fallen prey to it.

A positive case has come out of Chandigarh amid public curfew. Meanwhile, the Punjab government has announced a lockdown in five districts. Lockdown has been done in Jalandhar, Patiala, Nawanshahar, Hoshiarpur and Sangrur districts. This lockdown will continue till March 31.

Corona virus cases are increasing rapidly in Maharashtra. The number of patients is now 74 and the number of deaths is 2. 10 new positive cases have been found. Of these 6 are from Mumbai and 4 from Pune. 5 of them have travel history and 4 people came in contact with the infected. One death has taken place in HN Reliance Hospital Mumbai, where a 56-year-old man died. This man was admitted on 21 March. In this way, the number of people who have died in the country has now become 5.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath said that in the coming days, people should be ready for curfew. In Uttar Pradesh, 11 out of 27 corona patients were cured. The first positive patient of Corona was found in Jodhpur. The whole family was sent in isolation.

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