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Covid 19 Soaring: Number Crosses 300 in India, Sunday To See ‘Janata Curfew’; Global Figure Touching 3 Lakh

Saturday saw a rapid jump in the number of Covid 19 cases in the country, while global numbers are consistently rising

Number Crosses 300 in India, Sunday To See ‘Janata Curfew’; Global Figure Touching 3 Lakh (Image Credit: m.economictimes.com)

The number of coronavirus cases in India is on the rise since the last week and the country has seen a record jump in the rate at which the infection is spreading among the people. As per the latest updates, almost 290 infected persons have been reported, with four deaths so far.

As requested by PM Modi a few days ago, Sunday will be followed by ‘Janata Curfew’, which means all the citizens in the country will be staying inside their homes from 7 am to 9 pm. The self-imposed homestay, basically social distancing, will be for preventing the spread of Coronavirus, which has now almost reached the mark of 300.

Saturday saw a rapid jump in the number of Covid 19 cases in the country, while global numbers are consistently rising. The current count is at around 285 in India.

New Update: Three suspected individuals, infected by corona, from Delhi’s Janakpuri district were arrested in the evening on March 21, 2020, from the Nangal Raya area.

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+ Railway has reported 12 people who have been tested positive; they were among the passengers.

+ Maharashtra has now 64 cases of infected persons. It’s the highly affected state in the country.

+ Kerala is in second place with 49 cases of the disease so far.

Speaking of the global situation then the pandemic has now engulfed almost 3 lakh humans across the globe. Latest counting as per the JHU (John Hopkins University) live map says that around 297,090 individuals are infected, with 12,755 deaths as of now. However, 91,540 persons have also recovered.

Italy is in a total lockdown, as it has reported 4,032 deaths from the C-virus. On the other hand, China hasn’t reported any new case, surprisingly, as per WHO’s recent announcement.

Testing for finding the antidote to Covid 19 is still going on in various nations but there hasn’t been a success.

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