A two-week lockdown will begin in Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Puducherry from Monday, while a lockdown-like ban in Karnataka will remain in effect until May 24. In Kerala too, a full lockdown has been imposed for nine days from Saturday.
To prevent the rising outbreak of Kovid-19, the lockdown and corona curfew periods in Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh were extended till 17 May respectively. At the same time, strict restrictions are in place in large parts of the country. Meanwhile, 4,03,738 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in one day on Sunday and 4,092 people died. A two-week lockdown will begin in Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Puducherry from Monday, while a lockdown-like ban in Karnataka will remain in effect until May 24. In Kerala too, a full lockdown has been imposed for nine days from Saturday.
The Mizoram government in the Northeast has implemented full lockdown for seven days from Monday while the lockdown-like ban in Sikkim will remain in effect till May 16. The Uttarakhand government has decided to impose strict Kovid curfew from May 11 to May 18. Announcing the extension of the lockdown, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that although cases of Kovid-19 and the rate of infection have come down in the last few days, any laxity in the current wave of epidemics has been achieved so far. Will finish it.
During this time, metro train services will remain suspended and marriage ceremonies will be banned in public places. In Uttar Pradesh, curfew was to end at seven o’clock in the morning on Monday. Navneet Sehgal, Additional Chief Secretary, Information Department of Uttar Pradesh, said, “Corona curfew implemented in the state has brought positive results and it has helped to break the link of infection. There has been a decrease in cases of Kovid-19. In view of this, it has now been decided to increase curfew till 7 am on May 17.
Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij announced to increase the lockdown and said that strict steps will be taken to prevent the spread of infection in the state. The Union Health Ministry on Sunday said that Maharashtra, Karnataka and Delhi are among the 10 states where 71.75 percent of the 4,03,738 cases reported on Sunday are patients. Other states included in the list of these 10 states are Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Rajasthan and Haryana.
The ministry said that Maharashtra has the highest number of confirmed 56,578 new patients followed by Karnataka with 47,563 cases and Kerala with 41,971 cases. The number of under-treated patients in India has increased to 37,36,648, which is 16.76 percent of the total infected. The ministry said that 82.94 percent of the country is under treatment in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Haryana, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh.
In addition, there have been 4,092 deaths in the last 24 hours. Of these, 74.93 percent patients have died in 10 states. Maharashtra has the highest number of 864 casualties. After this, 482 people have died in Karnataka. Due to Kovid-19, the applicable ban in states and union territories is as follows.
Delhi: The national capital has a lockdown since April 19 and now it has been extended till May 17.
Uttar Pradesh: Corona curfew has been extended till May 17.
Haryana: The seven-day lockdown implemented from May 3 has been extended till May 17.
Bihar: Lockdown implemented from May 4 to May 15.
Odisha: 14 days lockdown imposed from May 5 to May 19.
Rajasthan: The state government imposed a lockdown from 10 to 24 May. However, restrictions have been in place since last month to prevent infection.
Jharkhand: Restrictions like lockdown extended till 13 May. First, the sanctions were implemented on April 22 under ‘Health Safety Week’ in the state.
Chhattisgarh: Weekend lockdown was announced whereas earlier the district magistrates were allowed to extend the lockdown till May 15.
Punjab: Apart from weekend lockdown and night curfew, detailed ban has been imposed till May 15.
Chandigarh: Administration has implemented weekend lockdown.
Madhya Pradesh: ‘Janata curfew’ is applicable in the state till May 15, exemption for essential services only.
Gujarat: Curfew imposed from 8 o’clock in the morning till 8 o’clock in the morning and ban in the day till May 12 in 36 other cities.
Maharashtra: Restrictions like lockdown have been in force since April 5, along with prohibition and prohibition on the movement of people. These restrictions were extended to 15 May. Local lockdown implemented in Latur, Solapur district. Strict prohibition in Amravati, Akola and Yavatmal.
West Bengal: A strict ban has been implemented since last week, banning all types of gathering.
Assam: The night curfew is now in force from 6 pm instead of 8 pm, there will be a ban on people going to public places from Wednesday. The night curfew was from 27 April to 7 May.
Nagaland: Partial lockdown with strict rules from 30 April to 14 May.
Mizoram: The government imposed full lockdown from 4 am in the morning to 10 am on 17 May at 4 am.
Arunachal Pradesh: Night curfew will remain in force from 6:30 in the evening to 5 in the morning from Saturday.
Manipur: Night curfew in seven districts between May 8 and May 17.
Sikkim: There will be a lockdown like ban till May 16.
Jammu and Kashmir: There will be a lockdown like ban till May 10.
Uttarakhand: The government has decided to impose strict Kovid curfew from 11 May to 18 May.
Himachal Pradesh: Corona curfew implemented from May 7 to May 16.
Kerala: Lockdown implemented from May 8 to May 16.
Tamil Nadu: People will be in lockdown from 10 May to 24 May.
Puducherry: Decision of lockdown from 10 May to 24 May.
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