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Sunday, 21 March 2021

Decision of night curfew in eight cities of the state due to Corona virus

 Decision of night curfew in eight cities of the state due to Corona virus

Rajasthan: Night curfew decided in eight cities of the state due to corona virus

  • Corona infection increased in Rajasthan
  • Night curfew imposed in eight cities
  • Primary schools remain closed until further notice

Night curfew in eight districts:

Tension has increased in the country due to rising cases of corona virus. While the number of cases is increasing rapidly in many states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, restrictions are being imposed in successive states. Night curfew has now been imposed in eight cities of Rajasthan to prevent the spread of corona virus. The markets of these eight cities will be closed at 10 pm and this decision will come into force from 22 March.

Corona infection increased

Curfew will be imposed in eight cities of Rajasthan at 11 pm. The curfew will remain in tha force from 11 am to 5 am. The districts where the decision has been implemented include Ajmer, Bhilwara, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur, Sagwara and Kushalgarh.

Primary School Closed

In addition an important decision has been taken that anyone entering Rajasthan from 25 March must show a negative report of a corona virus test which should not be more than 72 hours old. Primary schools have also been closed until further orders.

Corona is setting a new record every day

The corona case is rising again. As of Sunday, there have been 43,846 reported cases of corona in the last 24 hours. This is the largest daily figure of the year. With this, the number of active cases in the country has crossed 3 lakh. The death toll has risen to 1,59,755 with 197 deaths in the last 10 days. The recovery rate of the country is 96.12 percent, with 22,956 people recovering in the last 24 hours. A total of 11,130,288 people have recovered so far across the country. Then, in view of the increasing threat of corona virus in India, the central government has ordered 120 million doses of the corona vaccine.

Corona is not over yet: dr. Randeep Guleria

Director of AIIMS on Corona Virus Dr. A statement by Randeep Guleria. Corona is not finished yet, he said. It is necessary to follow the rules. The biggest reason is the negligence of the people. People feel, Corona is gone now. People should follow strict rules from now on. People should not travel until they need to.

The central government has ordered 120 million doses of the corona vaccine

The Central Government has ordered dosing to Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech. The government's decision comes at a time when the corona virus has re-emerged in the country. Authorities and experts have warned that it could be a new wave of virus that is being seen in some parts of the country. Out of 102 million dosages, 10 million dosages will be from Kovishield which will be made by serum. The rest of India will be Kovics by Biotech. It should be noted that so far in India only these two vaccines have been approved for use among people.

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Maharashtra recorded the highest number of corona cases in a single day

The second wave of Corona in the country has raised concerns. Maharashtra has the highest number of corona cases on a single day. In one day, 27 thousand 126 cases of corona have come positive. In a single day, 92 patients have died in Maharashtra. In view of Corona's growing case, BMC has ordered random antigen testing of people in Mumbai. The corona will be tested at government offices, markets and tourist destinations. The bus stop, Food Street Shopping Mall will be tested at the railway station. Tests are mandatory, not necessarily with the consent of the people. Those who refuse trial in Mumbai will be prosecuted under the Epidemic Act. The total number of corona cases in Maharashtra has crossed 24 lakh 49 thousand. The death toll in Maharashtra has increased to 53,300. Active cases have increased to 1 lakh 91 thousand. 13 thousand 588 patients have been cured in a day.