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Watch: In Indore, crowds get out of hand, pelt healthcare workers with stones, 2 doctors injured


The residents of a locality in Indore pelted stones at healthcare workers who went there to screen people in the wake of coronavirus outbreak. According to an NDTV report, two doctors were injured in the incident.

The locality where this incident took place was Tatpatti Bakhal in Indore. A case has been registered against the unidentified people. Moreover, 12 new coronavirus positive cases have been reported in Indore, taking the total number of cases to 75 in the city. The total number of positive cases in Madhya Pradesh stands at 98.


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#WATCH Madhya Pradesh: Locals of Tatpatti Bakhal in Indore pelt stones at health workers who were there to screen people, in wake of #Coronavirus outbreak. A case has been registered.  (Note-Abusive language) (1.04.2020)

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Twelve more people have tested positive for coronavirus in Indore, taking the total number of COVID-19 cases in Madhya Pradesh to 98, a health official said on Thursday. None of the 12 new patients have any travel history.

Out of the total 98 coronavirus cases in the state, 75 have been reported from Indore, eight from Jabalpur, six from Ujjain, four from Bhopal, two each in Shivpuri and Gwalior and one from Khargone.

The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Wednesday said that there are 1,834 coronavirus positive cases in India, including 1,649 active cases, 144 cured/discharged/migrated people and 41 deaths.




Coronavirus in New Delhi: Healthcare staff at Hindu Rao hospital accuse NDMC authorities of threatening them for resigning


The drama over the resignation of doctors and nurses of North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) amidst the coronavirus pandemic continues. After journalist Vidya Krishnan shared a circular confirming the same, she was cricised by Varsha Joshi, Commissioner North Delhi Municipal Corporation for not taking both sides of the story before tweeting.

However, the news was also shared by Dr Harjit Singh Bhatti, Ex-President, RDA, AIIMS, New Delhi. National President, Progressive Medicos & Scientists Forum(PMSF). He alleged that the doctors and nurses were being threatened by the administration for disciplinary action. "On what basis do they take action? Doctors are under no obligation to work without protective equipments," he tweeted.


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Doctors & Nurses of Hindu Rao Hospital, Delhi who submitted their resignation due to lack of PPEs & higher risk to their lives are threatened by admin for disciplinary action. On what basis do they take action? Doctors are under no obligation to work without protective equipments

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The tweet was subsequently shared by Congress spokesperson Ranjeet Singh Surejwala, who said, "Shocking and Unbelievable! Doctors at Hindu Rao Hospital run by North Delhi Municipal Corporation resigning in absance of Personal Protection Equipments! Is BJP run NDMC or Kejriwal Govt aware of this huge public health crisis?"


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Shocking and Unbelievable!

Doctors at Hindu Rao Hospital run by North Delhi Municipal Corporation resigning in absance of Personal Protection Equipments!

Is BJP run NDMC or Kejriwal Govt aware of this huge public health crisis?

Pl intervene @ArvindKejriwal , @drharshvardhan https://twitter.com/drharjitbhatti/status/1245400161636847616 …

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Doctors & Nurses of Hindu Rao Hospital, Delhi who submitted their resignation due to lack of PPEs & higher risk to their lives are threatened by admin for disciplinary action. On what basis do they take action? Doctors are under no obligation to work without protective equipments

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One doctor, Nishant Sagar, tweeted the following, "Been working as assistant professor at NDMC Medical College and Hindu Rao Hospital, not received salary since the day I joined ( almost 3 months). Doctors are at forefront in this trying time & are at utmost risk. Least the govt could do is give salary on time. (sic)"


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@suraiya95  been working as assistant professor at NDMC medical college and hindu rao hospital,  not received salary since the day I joined ( almost 3 months). Doctors are at forefront in this trying time & are at utmost risk. Least the govt could do is give salary on time.

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Earlier, Varsha Joshi, the Jt Municipal Commissioner of North Delhi Municipal Corporation asked journalists to look at both sides of the story before drawing any colnclusion. "(1) This order was issued against directions of DHA and without the knowledge of Additional Commissioner abd Commissioner. Disciplinary action will be taken for this disobedience.

"(2) From my side, ANY unwilling worker is MORE than welcome to resign. Especially in a pandemic.

"(3) Only a couple of contract doctors have expressed a desire to leave. Their applications will be processed tomorrow itself. Plainly, their contract WILL NOT BE RENEWED IN FUTURE.

"(4) The only remotely covid related activity presently going on in HRH is screening, for which more than enough PPE kits are available. More PPE kits are being procured directly from the manufacturers. We will evidently never undertake any activity which risks our staff.

"5) The gentleman who originally tweeted the order, Dr Sanjeev Chaudhary, is no longer with HRH and has no locus standi in this matter except a desire to create unrest. Action will be initiated against him under appropriate provisions of law in view of Epidemic Diseases Act.

"(6) HRH has a long history of political gameplaying which came to almost a standstill over the past one year. Plainly there are forces interested in starting off again. I will not tolerate this. HRH doctors always and will continue to proudly serve the city and the nation.

I would request Vidya ji to take views from both sides before tweeting sensational news items at a time when the entire world is fighting a difficult war. Everyone needs to be on the same side here. Or we all lose. Thank you and Good Night."




Dear Gautam Gambhir, get over your insecurity, ESPNCricInfo didn't say Dhoni's shot won the World Cup


On Thursday morning, former India opener and now BJP MP Gautam Gambhir hit out at cricket site ESPNCricinfo for their tweet on the 2011 World Cup.


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Just a reminder @ESPNcricinfo: #worldcup2011 was won by entire India, entire Indian team & all support staff. High time you hit your obsession for a SIX.

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For those who choose to remember, Gambhir was the top scorer in that match with a gritty 97, after India lost Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, and Virat Kohli. Gambhir, as always, curbed his naturally aggressive instincts and made his runs off 122 balls with 9 hits to the boundary. At the end, when you look back, he played a reckless shot to get himself bowled by rushing down the track, getting outside leg stump and going for the slog.


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Just a reminder @ESPNcricinfo: #worldcup2011 was won by entire India, entire Indian team & all support staff. High time you hit your obsession for a SIX.

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True. But they never said this shot won us the worldcup. They are only saying this shot took Indians into jubilation. Relax kijiye cricket ke Advaniji.

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In an earlier interview, Gambhir had subtly blamed Dhoni for his dismissal. Dhoni had reportedly reminded Gambhir that he required three runs to get to his century, which distracted him and subsequently led to his dismissal.

But this is about Gambhir's tweet. While he is right about the fact that the entire team won, everyone will remember three things in that match - the team lifting Sachin Tendulkar on their shoulders, Yuvraj Singh breaking down after the win, and MS Dhoni's six. Some people remember Gambhir's 97. Fewer remember that Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardene scored a century in that match.


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#OnThisDay in 2011

Dhoni finishes off in style.

Where were you at this moment?

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While statistics are vital in sport, moments is what makes us love the game. Will people remember Kris Srikkanth for making 38 runs, which happened to be the highest score for both sides during the 1983 World Cup? Or will they remember Kapil Dev running like a gazelle to catch a mistimed pullshot hit by Viv Richards? Will they remember that Australia won the 1987 World Cup by seven runs, or will they still talk about Mike Gatting's reverse sweep?

There are so many moments that make us remember cricket matches. The recent super over in the 2019 World Cup final; Ben Stokes roaring after single-handedly winning a Test match for England at Headingly; Pakistan's Javed Miandad jumping up and down to make fun of Kiran More during the 1992 World Cup; the underarm ball bowled by Trevor Chappell during an ODI against New Zealand; Yuvraj hitting Stuart Broad for 36 runs in an over; Sreesanth catching Misbah ul Haq of the bowling of Joginder Sharma during the finals of the inaugural World T20; and even the 'ball of the century' that Shane Warn bowled to Mike Gatting.

It's not even cricket, the world of sport is like this. When Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic win a Grand Slam, fans will remember the final moments, the joys, and the heartbreaks. Nobody will come up to you 10 years later and say Federer won 6-4, 7-6, 6-7, 4-6, 9-7. They may come and discuss the last set just for memories, like they did when Goran Ivanisevic won that fairytale Wimbledon, or when John Isner won that marathon first round match on Court Number 1, but those moments are few and far between

If you were to come and say you remember everything about the match, I'd say you're either a cricket statistician or you are lying, because when we sit around to discuss sport, we discuss the moment. MS Dhoni's six was a moment. Gautam Gambir's 97 - however crucial it was to the match - was just part of the scorecard.




Coronavirus outbreak: Five more die due to COVID-19 in Mumbai, death toll in Maharashtra rises to 16


Mumbai: The number of corona fatalities in the state rose to 16, with the death of five patients, including three females, in the city on Wednesday. Three more deaths have been reported in the city but these were yet to be confirmed by the state health department.

The number of positive cases in Maharashtra is currently 33, of which 30 are from Mumbai, two from Pune and one from Buldana, taking the total number to 335.

“All these deaths were reported in Mumbai; however, none of these patients had any history of international travel. All were contact traced and tested positive for corona,” said an official.

In the last three days, three senior citizens have died at Wockhardt Hospital, with the state health department confirming the death of a 73-year-old woman so far. Another 84-year-old woman who died on March 29 at Hiranandani Hospital, was confirmed as having tested positive for the virus on Wednesday.

According to the public health department, 245 positive corona cases have been reported in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), of which 190 are from Mumbai and 55 from Navi Mumbai.

“The new patients who tested positive for corona did not have any travel history. All of them are close contacts of infected corona patients,” said an health official

Orthopaedic doctor from Seven Hill hospital has been diagnosed with COVID-19 for which he has been isolated at the same hospital. Following this, the hospital has also collected swab samples from 40 people who were in close contact with the doctor.

 
 

Meanwhile, Dr Mohan Joshi, dean of Sion hospital and in-charge of the isolation facility has been diagnosed with diarrhoea with fever and was admitted at the hospital where he was put on salin. Later, he was given discharge

Meanwhile two new patients have been admitted to Bombay Hospital on Wednesday. One 28-year-old man who had visited Turkey two months back has been identified with coronavirus. Another 53-year-old female with no travel history has been diagnosed with COVID-19. According to doctors, her husband had a recent travel history to London but has been found negative of the virus in his swab test.

So far, 705 patients have been hospitalised across the state. Of 7,126 laboratory samples, 6,456 were negative and 335 positive for coronavirus until Wednesday. Forty-one patients have been discharged till date after full recovery, while 24,818 people are in home quarantine and 1,828 people are in institutional quarantine.

 
 
 



Step up testing those who attended Tablighi Jamaat meet and have arrived in Mumbai, Pune, rest of Maha: PM Modi tells Uddhav


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday called up Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and urged him to step up tracing, testing and treating those arrived in Mumbai and rest of state after attending Tablighi Jamaat meet to avoid Coronavirus spread and transmission.

On Tuesday, Maharashtra Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope has directed the department personnel to find out who have returned to the state after attending the Tablighi Jamaat function in Delhi.

The number of cases as at 10 am on Tuesday was 230, which increased by 82 to 302. This rise took place in the last four days, confirmed the state public health department.

Of the 82 confirmed cases, 59 are from Mumbai, 13 from Mumbai Metropolitan Region, 3 in Ahmednagar and two in Buldana. Tope said he has directed the department authorities and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to trace people, as it should be done on a massive scale.

On Wednesday, Pune district collector Naval Kishore Ram said that over 130 people from Pune attended Nizamuddin Markaz event in Delhi.

The Pune district collector also said that all 60 have been put under quarantine in connection and authorities are tracing others. "The total number of people from Pune who attended the event at Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi is more than 130. Many of them are either not in Pune or are untraceable. The search for them is underway," Naval Kishore Ram said.

 
 
 



From New Delhi to Andaman and Nicobar: Where exactly are all the Tablighi Jamaat members?


The Centre and State governments are on high alert after news broke out that a mass gathering at an event conducted by religious organisation Tablighi Jamaat at New Delhi's Nizamuddin had resulted in several people contacting the novel coronavirus, COVID-19

Here's a state-wise details of people who attended Tablighi Jamaat event at Nizamuddin between March 1 and March 15: 501 were from Tamil Nadu, 216 from Assam, 156 from Uttar Pradesh, 109 from Maharashtra, 107 from Madhya Pradesh, 86 from Bihar, 73 from West Bengal, 55 from Hyderabad, 46 from Ranchi. At the same time, in other places, 21 people from Andaman, 22 from Haryana, 15 from Himachal Pradesh, 45 from Karnataka, 15 from Kerala, 5 from Meghalaya, 15 from Odisha, 9 from Punjab, 19 from Rajasthan and 34 from Uttarakhand Tabligi had registered their presence in the Jamaat assembly. Apart from all this, 281 foreign guests had also attended and the total number was around 1830.

Maharashtra: Maharashtra Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope has directed the department personnel to find out who have returned to the state after attending the Tablighi Jamaat function in Delhi.

The number of cases as at 10 am on Tuesday was 230, which increased by 82 to 302. This rise took place in the last four days, confirmed the state public health department.

Of the 82 confirmed cases, 59 are from Mumbai, 13 from Mumbai Metropolitan Region, 3 in Ahmednagar and two in Buldana. Tope said he has directed the department authorities and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to trace people, as it should be done on a massive scale.

On Wednesday, Pune district collector Naval Kishore Ram said that over 130 people from Pune attended Nizamuddin Markaz event in Delhi.

The Pune district collector also said that all 60 have been put under quarantine in connection and authorities are tracing others. "The total number of people from Pune who attended the event at Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi is more than 130. Many of them are either not in Pune or are untraceable. The search for them is underway," Naval Kishore Ram said.

 

Rajasthan: Members of the Tablighi Jamaat who have a travel and stay history at Nizamuddin have been traced in Churu and Jodhpur districts. Total 17 persons have been traced and quarantined in Churu. Their samples have been taken and reports are expected by tomorrow. 28 persons have been traced in Jodhpur and put under isolation. As per informed sources there are over 60 members of the Tablighi Jamat who have travelled to Rajasthan from Nizamuddin in Delhi.

In Churu the members of the Jamaat have been traced in two cities; Churu and Sardarshahar where they were staying in mosques. Of the 9 persons who have been traced in Churu, 2 belong to Nuh in Haryana and 7 are from Firozabad. They had been in Nizamuddin and travelled by train from Sarai Rohilla on the night of March 17 and reached Churu on early morning of March 18. They had been staying at Markaj Masjid in Churu.

Anadaman & Nicobar: Nine out of 10 people who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 in Andaman and Nicobar Island had attended teh Tablighi Jamaat event at Markaz, Nizamuddin in Delhi between March 1 and March 15, news agency ANI reported. The designated laboratory for #COVID19 in Andaman & Nicobar,RMRC-ICMR, Dollygunj has tested 33 suspected cases on March 29, out of which only 1 was found positive. The total number of cases found positive is 10 out of 99 samples tested till date.

Tamil Nadu: On Tuesday, Tamil Nadu saw 57 new COVID-19 cases, the highest spike in a single day so far. Of thse, 50 of them had travelled to Delhi to attend the religious congregation.

Uttar Pradesh: The UP government on Tuesday claimed that 157 people from the state, who had attended the Tablighi Jamaat gathering at Nizamuddin had been traced. Their samples had been sent, but so far all of them tested negative, officials said.

New Delhi: After Delhi witnessed 87 coronavirus cases, Nizamuddin emerged as a hotspot after a religious meeting was held at Markaz by the Tableeghi Jamaat earlier this month, violated the lockdown conditions and several COVID-19 positive cases have been found among those who attended the gathering. Of the 87 cases, 24 people had attended the Nizamuddin event.

Assam: On Tuesday, the Assam government announced that it had names of 456 people who had attended the event at Nizamuddin, and a search was on to trace them all.

Manipur: The Manipur government on Tuesday said that it had received a list of names and phone numbers from the Centre of 14 people, who have been traced. Of them, three have been taken for testing and the remaining 11 will be screened, the government added.

Gujarat: In Surat alone, as many as 76 people had attended the gathering, according to the police. While a probe has been ordered to identify all the attendees, primary investigations so far had revealed that some persons from Bhavnagar, too, had visited the congregation.

Uttarakhand: The state administration has directed district magistrates and chief medical officers across the state have been asked to identify those who attended the event. They have also been asked to speak to prominent people of the Tablighi to convince members of their community so that they come forward on their own to confirm that they had attended the congregation.

West Bengal: The West Bengal government is tracing 73 several people who had attended the event. The state government has claimed that all of them have been identified and immediately put under quarantine.

Telangana: It was through the Telangana administration's tweet that the news of the gathering sent shockwaves late Monday. Six people from Telangana who attended a religious congregation in Delhi's Nizamuddin between March 13 and 15 died due to novel coronavirus.

Karnataka: According to reports, 300 from Karnataka attended the Nizamuddin Jamat event of which 260 are untraceable. The state has ordered all districts to trace these missing individuals. This information was shared by senior journalist Nagarjun Dwarakanath.


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300 from Karnataka attended the Nizamuddin Jamat event of which 260 are untraceable. #COVID19outbreak

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India, Thailand and Germany threaten jail time for April Fool’s Day jokes on coronavirus


April Fool's Day is celebrated on the first of the month, but this year it’s different. In order to tackle rumours on coronavirus, India, Thailand and Germany have warned against spreading COVID-19 related misinformation on April Fool's Day.

On April Fool's Day usually people play tricks with other people and prank others for fun. But now countries have threatened jail time for those to spread rumours which could put lives at risk.

On Tuesday, in India, Maharashtra state's cyber security unit said it would take legal action against anyone spreading fake news on April Fools' Day.

Taking to Twitter, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh wrote, "Tomorrow's April 1st. The annual tradition making an 'April Fool' of people has already begun on WhatsApp & social media. The state govt won't allow anyone to spread rumours/panic on Corona. I've instructed Maharashtra cyber security unit to act swiftly & strongly such miscreants."


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कल अप्रैल १ है। आमतौर पर हम सब  एप्रिल फूल में लोगों के साथ मज़ाक का लुत्फ लेते हैं। पर कोरोनावायरस के संकट के समय ऐसा करना सर्वथा अनुचित है। मैं सब से अनुरोध करता हूं कि ऐसा न करें। वरना पुलिस और सायबर सेल द्वारा कड़ी कार्रवाई की जाएगी।#WarOnCorona

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Tomorrow's April 1st. The annual tradition making an 'April Fool' of people has already begun on WhatsApp & social media. The state govt won't allow anyone to spread rumours/panic on #Corona. I've instructed @MahaCyber1  to act swiftly & strongly such miscreants.#NoCoronaRumour

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Meanwhile, Thailand government took to Twitter and said that April Fool's Day jokes about the virus could be punished under a law carrying a sentence of up to five years in prison. The Thai government tweeted saying, "It's against the law to fake having COVID-19 this April Fools' Day."


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DON’T lie, spread false info about Covid-19 situation, infections tomorrow, April Fool's Day #COVID19 #Thailandnews https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30385146?utm_source=homepage&utm_medium=internal_referral …


DON’T lie, spread false info about Covid-19 situation, infections tomorrow, April Fool's Day
The Office of the Attorney General deputy spokesman Kosonlavat Intujunyong warned that those lying or spreading false information about Covid-19 infections on April Fool’s Day tomorrow (April 1) amid...

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According to Reuters, Germany’s health ministry also warned against such activity under the heading “Corona is no joke.” Even a British PR agency, Taylor Herring, whose clients include TV channels and international brands has advised all companies to ditch the jokes this year, reported thejakartapost.com.

There are 754,948 people worldwide who have been infected with the coronavirus, announced the World Health Organization adding that 36,571 have died from it so far. The virus has spread to more than 200 countries and territories since it emerged in China in late December, according to the latest figures published on the WHO website.




Media house cannot publish COVID-19 news without cross-checking facts with us: Centre requests SC


The Centre has requested the Supreme Court to issue a directive that no media house will publish any coronavirus-related news unless it cross-checks details with the government, Live Law reported on Tuesday.

The request was made by the Centre in response to public interest litigations seeking directions for welfare of migrant workers, and measures to control the pandemic transmission.

 
 

On Sunday, the Centre directed the states to strictly follow the nationwide lockdown norms and stop the influx across the cities.

Not content with mere advisories, which the states are often known to disregard, Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba, through video conferencing on Sunday morning, instructed the Ministry of Home Affairs, state Chief Secretaries and Directors General of Police, to "seal" the district and state borders.

 
 

The Centre further wants the migrants to stay put where they are and has advised the states to arrange shelter, food and other facilities for them at their workplace.

Last week, Gauba admitted that there was a gap between the number of international passengers who need to be monitored by the States /UTs and the actual number of passengers being monitored.

Gauba further added that this may seriously jeopardise India's efforts to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus

 
 
 



Nizamuddin mosque: Home Ministry steps up effort to trace people who returned from Tablighi Jamaat function


Mumbai: Maharashtra Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope has directed the department personnel to find out who have returned to the state after attending the Tablighi Jamaat function in Delhi.

The number of cases as at 10 am on Tuesday was 230, which increased by 82 to 302. This rise took place in the last four days, confirmed the state public health department.

Of the 82 confirmed cases, 59 are from Mumbai, 13 from Mumbai Metropolitan Region, five in Pune, 3 in Ahmednagar and two in Buldana. Tope said he has directed the department authorities and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to trace people, as it should be done on a massive scale.

"I have also asked to trace how many people have returned to Mumbai after attending the Tablighi Jamaat function in Delhi. The strategy is tracing, testing and treatment to curb community level transmission.

 
 

This will be helpful to stop the state from entering the third phase of the coronavirus pandemic,’’ he noted. Tope’s directives are important, as the Tablighi Jamaat headquarters in Delhi’s Nizamuddin area has developed into one of the biggest hot spots in India.

On Tuesday, the area was sealed and 800 people moving out in buses were quarantined in different parts of the city, as several more positive cases with links to the gathering held here in mid-March emerged.

In Delhi, 24 people, out of the 102 tested for the virus after being taken to Lok Nayak Hospital, were found positive so far, while reports of nearly another 200 taken to two other hospitals is still awaited.

Another 11, who had attended the gathering of Tabligh-e-Jamaat, were found infected in Andhra Pradesh, the state government said on Tuesday. One patient was a close contact of a person who had attended the meet.

 
 
 



COVID-19 in Maharashtra: Uddhav and legislators take 60% pay cut amid coronavirus lockdown


In the wake of coronavirus outbreak in India, Maharashtra government has announced a 60% cut in the salaries of CM Uddhav Thackeray and other legislators, said Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.

Additionally, it has also been announced that the state government employees will 50%-75% salary for the month of March.


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BREAKING NEWS:  Big decision 60% cut in salary of CM, ministers and legislators while state govt employees will get 50 to 75 per cent salary in Maharahtra for March due to Coronavirus Coronavirus criris, announced DCM Ajit Pawar@fpjindia@CMOMaharashtra @AjitPawarSpeaks

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