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Punjab rules out a lockdown

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Punjab in partial lockdown for two weeks

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh directed the divisional commissioners of 6 worst-affected districts to tighten the strategy of micro containment zones and to ensure 100% testing.

Lockdown is not a solution, as it will lead to exodus of labourers and force them to go to states with even lesser medical facilities,” said Amarinder.

Punjab rules out a lockdown

CM also urged to impose strict restrictions on dine-in facility and asked the health department to do testing of the staff in restaurants.

Amarinder Singh chaired a virtual meeting to review the situation of badly affected districts. That are Ludhiana, SAS Nagar, Jalandhar, Bathinda, Patiala and Amritsar. CM ordered to immediately strengthen the testing and containment strategy. As he expressed concern over the fact that 14 districts of the state had about 10% positivity rate. And 5 of them had bed occupancy of more than 60%.

Punjab rules out a lockdown

The occupancy at level 2 is somewhere manageable but now it has reached the third level (82%). 600 beds are being added in Patiala and Amritsar and in total 2000 beds are being added in Punjab.

A 100-bedded hospital will come at Mohali and a 250-bedded is being set up near Bathinda. Bathinda DC said about setting up of a temporary hospital with 25 beds. The district is getting patients from other places as well such as Delhi and Gurgaon. Currently, there are 2 containment and 8 micro containment zones in the district. Their positivity rate stands at 16% as of April 30.

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The youth have built a 5-bed Covid ward on their own.

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The youth have built a 5-bed Covid ward on their own.

A teacher died in a village in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, due to lack of treatment. This incident had such an impact on the village youth that they prepared a covid ward, which also has five beds and oxygen cylinders. Not only this, the youth of the village are collecting money, distributing medicines, oximeters and masks in the village. The case is of Khanpur village in Meerut. This village is on the outskirts of Ghaziabad, Meerut and Baghpat. A 5-bed isolation ward has been made in the government school of this village, where there is availability of oxygen. So far, 3 to 4 people of the village have been given oxygen.

Abhishek Chikara, a resident of Khanpur village in Meerut, is a mechanical engineer and does a private job in Gurgaon. He says that around 20 people died in the village due to the corona epidemic, but due to the neglect of the health department, no one could get a corona test here.

The youth have built a 5-bed Covid ward on their own.
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Meanwhile, Santosh Sharma, a popular English teacher of the village, died due to lack of oxygen and treatment. He was around 68 years of age. After this incident, the youth made a strategy to fight the corona and divided the sanitation system, sanitizer, oximeter and masks in the village and engaged in the cooperation of the villagers.

Divyang Santosh Sharma of Khanpur village in Meerut was 68 years old. Santosh Sharma was a teacher of English in a private school. Everyone respected him in the village. Meanwhile, the infection caught Santosh Sharma. Santosh Sharma’s family wandered in Meerut for 2 days in search of oxygen and hospital, but could not get oxygen and treatment. Santosh Sharma died on the evening of 4 May.

The youth have built a 5-bed Covid ward on their own.
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Abhishek Chikara says that the infection caught many people in the first week of May. This trend increased rapidly and hundreds of people of the village suffered from coronation-symptomatic fever, cough and cold. The villagers kept pleading with the officers and leaders of the health department, but no help came.

The death of Santosh Sharma, who died of sesame mole due to lack of oxygen and treatment, caused a lot of grief to his disciples and the youth of the village and he decided to change the appearance of the village and that too without any government help. Through a WhatsApp group, the youth contacted the people of the village spread across the country and abroad, asking for help and started a campaign to save the village.

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Andhra Pradesh Announces ₹ 10 Lakh For Orphan children

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Andhra Pradesh Announces : In this second wave of Corona, the state government is taking big steps for the orphans. After Madhya Pradesh and Delhi, now Andhra Pradesh’s YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led administration has given instructions to deposit 10 lakhs for the children who have lost both their parents.

Andhra Pradesh Announces ₹ 10 Lakh For Orphan children
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The state government stated that “The fight against the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic has left many children unsafe and vulnerable, especially the children who lost their parents due to the deadly virus. Understanding that the future of these children are at risk, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has taken a critical decision to work on creating the security of a fixed deposit of ₹ 10 lakhs for each and every orphan child, “

Mr. Reddy has asked his officials to prepare a package with Banks. He tells to keep a fixed deposit with a certain amount in the Bank until the child gets 25 years old.

Andhra Pradesh Announces ₹ 10 Lakh For Orphan children
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Along with this, the CM has said his rights that every month the children and the guardian, who is taking care of them should be given a good interest. And has also called for the release of such good plans.

Partial lockdown has been imposed till May 31 to know the number of cases in the state. With this, people living in rural areas have been asked to take precautions and they have been asked to give more. Because he is afraid of spreading the virus.

The Chief Minister declared “Those patients should be given free treatment under AarogyaSri welfare scheme. Hospitals which will treat such patients should be identified,”

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Fire Kills 13 Covid-19 Patients

A series of tragic events is being witnessed by the India lately. First, the second wave of new deadly variant of coronavirus shook the people. Then shortage of oxygen aggravated this issue. On the top of that, a few days ago, an oxygen tank leaked outside a hospital, leaving patients deprived of it and killing 24 patients who were either oxygen-dependent or on ventilators. Now, a fire broke out in a hospital. In Maharashtra, a hospital saw a fire breaking out in the Intensive Care Unit. This fire claimed the lives of 13 coronavirus patients.

Fire Kills 13 Covid-19 Patients

Dilip Shah, CEO of Vijay Vallabh hospital said that the fire has been extinguished and those patients who were in an immediate need of oxygen have been moved to the nearby hospitals.

Fire Kills 13 Covid-19 Patients

He also said that there are 90 patients in the hospital. The fire broke out on the second floor and the cause if still being investigated.

Hospitals all over the country are overwhelmed with the rising number of covid-19 patients and such an incident is stroking the fire of fear among people.

Fire Kills 13 Covid-19 Patients

In last 24 hours, India recorded highest number of cases and deaths second day in a row. Total 332,730 new cases have been reported today, making the total caseload over 16 million. The number of deaths in last 24 hours is 2,263 and the total death number reaches 186,920.

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Delhi will be on lockdown for 6 days

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Delhi will be on lockdown for 6 days

The lockdown has been imposed in Delhi, the capital of the country, due to the increasing cases of Corona. For the last few days, there were 20 thousand or more cases in Delhi. Due to which there has been a shortage of beds in hospitals and lack of oxygen.

For this reason, the Delhi Government has imposed a lockdown from Monday night 10 to 5 am of next Monday.

Delhi will be on lockdown for 6 days

What will be open and where will there be a close?

Lockdown has been imposed in Delhi from 19.04.2021 to 26.04.2021.

People who have work related to health, police, home guard, civil defense, fire service, water, sanitation, public transport, corona will be released during lockdown.

All judges, lawyers, people working in the court will get an exemption.

There is an exemption to doctors, nurses, staff working in government or private hospitals.

Those who have been tested for corona, those who have been vaccinated, are also exempted.

Airport / railway station, bus station concession for people coming / going out.

No interruption of vehicles going from one state to another.

Delhi will be on lockdown for 6 days

Let me tell you that for the past several days, Corona cases were coming in large numbers. Due to this there is a lack of beds and oxygen in the hospital. In view of which CM Arvind Kejriwal has announced the lockdown in Delhi.

Condition of corona in Delhi

1. Cases in 24 hours: 25462

2. 24-hour deaths: 161

3. Positivity Rate: 29.64%

4. Total number of cases: 8,53,460

5. Number of positive cases: 74,941

6. Total deaths so far: 12,121

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Mukesh Ambani sends 100 tonnes of oxygen to Maharashtra for covid patients

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Mukesh Ambani sends 100 tonnes of oxygen to Maharashtra for covid patients

India’s big businessman Mukesh Ambani has come forward to help Corona patients. Reliance Industry Limited has sent 100 tones of oxygen to Maharashtra.

A few days ago, CM Uddhav Thackeray had sent a letter to PM Modi on lack of oxygen, in which he is reading that he is facing a lot of problems. The oil refinery also produces industrial oxygen at its air-separation plant for the production of nitrogen. This oxygen can remove carbon dioxide and other gases to produce 99.9 percent pure oxygen for medical use.

Mukesh Ambani sends 100 tonnes of oxygen to Maharashtra for covid patients

These oxygen have been sent to the patients of covid. By making a slight change in these oxygen, they can be used for medical purposes. Maharashtra’s Urban Development Minister Eknath Shinde has confirmed that the state has received 100 tonnes of oxygen from Reliance.

After the Reliance Industry, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited has also said that they were also supplied oxygen from the Koochi plant to help the people affected by the corona.

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