Corona: Dehradun school becomes red zone: Corona cases are now on the rise across the country, with 1.25 million cases reported on Thursday. A weekend lockdown has been declared in urban areas of Madhya Pradesh amid the great crisis, while night curfew has also been imposed in several cities in UP.
The country’s corona virus crisis has increased and state-by-state affairs are witnessing a spurt. More than 1.26 lakh new cases have been registered in India on Thursday, raising concerns everywhere. Take a look at the big updates related to corona’s great crisis in the country on Thursday.
Major crisis in Dehradun, Uttarakhand
Doon School in Dehradun has been declared a entertainment zone. There have been 12 corona cases, after which entry-exit in the school has now been completely stopped. The necessity will be sent here only. According to the DM, four more areas around Doon School have been declared as cantonment zones.
Night curfew also imposed in Prayagraj in UP
In Uttar Pradesh, more than 6,000 corona cases were reported the previous day, which has caused a stir everywhere. After Varanasi, Lucknow and Kanpur in UP, night curfew has now been imposed in Prayagraj as well. Prayagraj is banned from 10 pm to 6 am. Only people in the necessary area can take permission for their work.
Weekend lockdown in urban areas of Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has now announced a weekend lockdown in urban areas across the state. Earlier it was applicable in a few districts, but now it has been implemented in every city. Meanwhile, there will be a complete lockdown from 6 pm on Friday to 6 am on Monday and people will be banned from leaving.
Corona’s plight in India on Thursday…
Total cases reported in the last 24 hours: 1,26,789
Total deaths in last 24 hours: 685
Number of active cases in the country right now: 9,10,319
Total deaths so far: 1,66,862
Total Case Figure: 1,29,28,574
City-city corona havoc, restrictions on rising everywhere
The corona virus epidemic has once again gripped the country. Many states have imposed restrictions in identified cities or districts, in its entireity. Someone is imposing a night curfew and a weekend lockdown, see what is the situation in which state right now…
– Night curfew in Delhi – 10 pm to 5 am (till April 30)
– Night curfew in Maharashtra – 8 pm to 7 am (saturday-Sunday)
– Night curfew in Punjab – 9 pm to 5 am (in 11 districts)
– Night curfew in Rajasthan – 9 pm to 5 am (in 10 cities)
– Night curfew in Odisha – 10 pm to 5 am (in 10 districts)
– Night curfew in Gujarat – 8 pm to 6 am (in 20 cities)
– Night curfew in Chhattisgarh – Lockdown in two cities of Raipur and Durg
– Night curfew in Madhya Pradesh – 9 pm to 6 am (weekend lockdown in cities)
– Night curfew in Jharkhand – 8 pm till 6 am (till April 30)
– Night curfew in UP – 10 pm to 6 am (in 4 districts)
The metro will remain closed during night curfew in the country’s capital Delhi, which is forbidden to exit unnecessarily. However, people with the required area have been exempted from it but they will also have to make cards. The tough decision had to be taken in Delhi when cases continued to cross the 5,000 mark. First the government tightened its grip and then the high court order said that it was necessary to wear a mask even when sitting alone in the car.
Apart from Delhi, gujarat has also been tightened, with people preventing people from coming out during night curfew in major cities. That’s where instructions were issued for public events. As the crackdown began to increase, people feared lockdown, so people started buying goods in the markets
The danger of complete lockdown remains
States have just imposed night curfew, but there is also a fear that the way the second wave of corona is creating an may not lead to a complete lockdown again. A total lockdown has already been announced in some cities of Raipur, Maharashtra in Chhattisgarh.
Labourers return from Delhi and Pune
As the corona crisis escalates, there is a growing crackdown everywhere, so the lockdown has also started to increase. That is why a large number of migrant labourers from Delhi and Pune have left for their villages. Workers say they don’t want to get caught up in lockdown again the kind of situations that are taking place. There is a huge rush of migrant labourers at the bus station in Delhi and at the railway station in Pune.