Coronavirus Lockdown India Update: This second wave of Coronavirus is wreaking havoc across the country. Coronavirus cases are increasing across the country. More than 2 thousand new cases are being reported continuously for a few days. The government imposes restrictions such as weekend closures and night curfews from Delhi to Maharashtra. People are once again feeling panic amid conditions like partial lockdown.
On the one hand, the pandemic kills thousands of people every day, while on the other hand people are afraid of the lockdown call. The country has yet to enforce a complete lockdown, but in many states, store open time has been limited. According to reports, about 57 percent of the country has been affected by the restrictions imposed due to Corona. Despite all these efforts, new cases of corona are increasing. So, is the insurance option left completely again?
The report on the closure was published on a media website amid the increasing number of Coronavirus cases. The report raised the possibility that the Center’s Modi government would lockdown the entire country. The first line of the report states that the central government may announce a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
This report, which was posted on the website around noon on Sunday, was rejected by the Bureau of Press Information’s factual information team. #PIBFactCheck tweeted about 8 and a half hours after the report was published, with a report claiming that the government may impose a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID. This claim is false. This means, as explained by PIB, the lockdown will not happen in the country for the time being.
Shutdown in Delhi tonight from 10 AM to 26 AM 5 PM
Due to the horrific increase in coronavirus cases in Delhi, the Kejriwal government has announced a 6-day lockdown in the capital. This shutdown will last from the night until the morning of April 26th. Corona infection rate in Delhi has reached 30 percent. CM Kejriwal announced the lockdown given 25,462 newly infected people in the capital on Sunday.
CM Arvind Kejriwal made the decision after meeting with Lieutenant Governor Anil Paigal Monday morning. The Prime Minister said in a press conference that a lockdown has been imposed in Delhi for a period of 6 days from 10 am to 5 am next Monday. During this time the necessary services will continue, medical arrangements and food and drink services will continue. Weddings will also be held, but with 50 people it will be granted separate passes.