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7 COVID19 cases detected from Guwahati.
One person had unfortunately died at GMCH prior to detection. 3 patients are from Sarusajai quarantine center & rest 3 related to Aloo Godam case are from Fancy Bazaar containment zone: Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam Health Minister
More than 2 lakh migrants left Punjab till nowAs of date, more than 2 lakh migrants of the 11 lakh who had registered on the special portal created by the government have left the state: Punjab Chief Minister’s Office
As many as 20 trains are leaving Punjab every day, with 15 scheduled for UP and 6 for Bihar on Monday. Punjab Chief Minister said while more trains were needed for Bihar, the state was not willing to take in people at this stage as their quarantine facilities were full.Cabinet meeting reconvened now and decided to impose a corona fee for liquor and to reopen the liquor shops day after tomorrow in Puducherry.
– V Narayanasamy, Puducherry Chief Minister
RWAs shall not prevent any person allowed by govt from performing their duties: Delhi govt orderIndustrial establishments to be permitted to function in staggered business hours in Delhi
Industrial firms whose name starts with A to L may function from 7.30 am to 5.30 pm, other firms M to Z from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm in Delhi.
Chhattisgarh: 2 COVID19 cases reported in Raigarh district today, the process to admit them is underway
This takes the total number of active cases in the state to 36.
Lockdown 4.0: Uber, Ola resume services in more citiesRide-hailing platforms Ola and Uber on Monday announced resuming operations in more cities, including Delhi and Bengaluru, following new guidelines for the fourth phase of the lockdown. With the 10 new cities, Uber will be available in total of 35 cities in the country. The company had earlier resumed operations in 25 cities. Ola said driver-partners operating three and four-wheelers on the platform will be available in the states of Karnataka, Telangana, Delhi, Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Tamil Nadu (except Chennai), Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and Assam.41 new cases in Telangana
Telangana reported 41 new COVID positive cases on Monday, taking the total to 1,592. The state so far suffered 34 COVID deaths, while it saw 1,002 cured and discharged.
Himachal Pradesh: 4 more COVID19 cases reported today
Total number of cases in the state is now at 90, including 41 active cases, 42 recovered, & 3 deaths.
On our request, the 2 Rajdhani trains to Goa have been cancelled. Only Nizamuddin Express train will continue to run, and those arriving in Goa will have to furnish their proof of residence here.
– Pramod Sawant, Goa CM
Rajasthan: 305 COVID19 cases and 7 deaths reported today
Total number of cases in the state is now at 5,507, including 2,151 active cases & 138 deaths.
Goa: 35 new cases reported, tally rises to 41
414 passengers from Italy to arrive in Goa on Saturday. Their throat swab test will be done upon arrival. If any passenger tests positive, he/she will be shifted to a COVID19 hospital: Goa CM Pramod Sawant
Anil Kumble-led ICC Cricket Committee recommends ban on saliva to shine ball owing to COVID-19 pandemicLiquor shops to open in the state from tomorrow: Jharkhand CM Hemant SorenMaharashtra’s COVID-19 tally rises to 35,058 with detection of 2,033 new cases
51 fresh deaths take toll to 1,249
Mumbai records 1,185 fresh COVID-19 cases and 23 deaths
Taking case tally to 21,152 and fatalities to 757.
Everyone in the state should wear masks and if anyone is found violating it will be fined Rs 1,000. People should not come on roads until it’s necessary, otherwise, we will impose a complete lockdown.
– KC Rao, Telangana Chief Minister
Till now, we have arranged the safe return of over 5 lakh migrants. I appeal to them to not travel on foot. We are arranging trains and buses for them.
– Uddhav Thackeray, Maharashtra CM
31 fresh COVID-19 cases detected in UP’s Gautam Buddh Nagar; total rises to 286Till now, there are 19,967 COVID19 positive patients in Mumbai.
Over 5,000 patients have recovered so far.
Telangana guidelines for lockdown 4.0Auto and cab services will be allowed to operate in Hyderabad. In autos, 2 passengers and in cabs, 3 passengers will be permitted. Salons can operate in all areas excluding containment zones. E-Commerce activities can also function 100% in the state.Odisha govt to bear cost of train tickets for migrant labourers returning to state
The cost of the train tickets will be adjusted against the quarantine incentive of the returnees: Government of Odisha
Guidelines on preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 in workplace settings
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— ANI (@ANI) 1589814190000Returnees drive up Kerala numbers, 29 test positive
29 tested positive in Kerala today, 21 of whom had returned by the Middle East over the past few days. 7 of the remaining had returned recently from other states, while one person got infected locally, said a government release. With these the cumulative number of cases have gone up to 630 of which 130 are still undergoing treatment in various hospitals.
Centre asks 50% of its junior staff to attend office: Personnel MinistryMadhya Pradesh: 259 new positive cases reported today, tally at 4,977West Bengal: 148 fresh cases reported, death toll rises to 172 with 6 more fatalities in 24 hoursGujarat: 366 new COVID19 positive cases reported in the last 24 hours, tally at 11,746Odisha: 48 new positive cases reported today, tally rises to 876Jharkhand: 2 more COVID-19 cases reported, tally rises to 228Himachal Pradesh: A 24-year-woman from district Kangra has tested positive for COVID19.
The total number of positive cases in the Himachal is now 86.
J&K to continue curfew between 7 am to 7 pm till May 31
Restrictions imposed on the movement of individuals for non-essential activities between 7 am to 7 pm extended till 31st May: Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Govt of Jammu and Kashmir
India took all necessary steps well in time: Union Health Minister
PM Modi personally monitored situation & ensured a preemptive, proactive & graded response, leaving no stones unturned to contain the deadly virus from spreading. India took all necessary steps well in time: Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan at 73rd World Health Assembly via video conference.
Telangana, which earlier declared lockdown 3.0 till May 29, has today decided to extend the lockdown till the May 31.
Except for containment zones in Hyderabad, the entire Telangana is declared as green zone and the government has allowed all shops to be opened.
85 more COVID19 cases reported in Dharavi area of Mumbai today.
Total number of cases in the area is now at 1,327, including 56 deaths.
Gujarat guidelines for lockdown 4.0Gujarat will have containment & non-containment zones. Only essential services to be allowed in containment zones.Schools, shopping malls, gyms, swimming pools will remain closed. Beauty parlours and salons allowed to operate in non-containment zones only.Restaurants can open but only for home delivery of food. The food delivery agents must have a health card. Restaurants on highways can be open but social distancing to be maintained.Rajasthan guidelines for lockdown 4.0Barbershops, salons & beauty parlours permitted to open in Rajasthan, except in containment zones. Taxis & cabs along with 2 passengers allowed to ply in orange & green zones of the state.Uttarakhand: 3 new positive cases reported today, tally rises to 96Chandigarh will continue to be in the red zone till further orders
However, there will be a regular review of the status by the Health Department of UT Administration on the basis of parameters laid down by the Union Health Ministry: Chandigarh Disaster Management Authority
All shops allowed to function in Karnataka
All shops, including barbershops, spa and salons will be allowed to function till 31st May, as per Standard Operating Procedure issued Karnataka Govt.
Rajasthan High Court reschedules summer vacation
Rajasthan High Court has issued orders stating that the period of summer vacation from 1 June to 14 June is rescheduled and declared as working days for the High Court.
Activities will be conducted in sports complexes & stadiums strictly in accordance with MHA guidelines: Sports Minister Kiren RijijuKarnataka Govt issues revised guidelines for lockdown 4.0
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— ANI (@ANI) 1589809206000Assam guidelines for lockdown 4.0E-Commerce for all commodities is allowed.Delivery of goods will be allowed till 7 pm. All shops in the state shall be allowed to operate till 6 pm. Market complexes and shopping malls shall remain closed.Assam Govt issues revised guidelines to be followed during lockdown 4.0
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— ANI (@ANI) 1589808037000Migrant workers in Uttarakhand will be provided 5 kg ration per person by the state government. There are no red zone districts in the state.
– Utpal Kumar Singh, Uttarakhand Chief Secretary
Tamil Nadu: 536 more COVID19 cases (46 returned from Maharashtra) & 3 deaths reported today.
Total number of cases in the state is now at 11,760, including 7,270 active cases & 81 deaths.
Punjab: 16 new positive cases reported today, tally rises to 1,980
The state has currently 297 active cases, 1,547 cured and 37 deaths.
Uddhav Thackeray visits MMRDA’s temporary COVID19 Hospital
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray visits Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority’s (MMRDA) temporary COVID-19 Hospital in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex. The temporary hospital has a capacity of 1,000 beds.
Govt has evacuated 57,648 J&K residents through Lakhanpur & over 12,000 through special trains till date.
850 J&K residents arrived by special trains at Jammu Railway Station, while 518 arrived from Tamil Nadu at Udhampur Railway Station today: Dept of Info & Public Relations, J&K Govt
Jammu & Kashmir: 2 more coronavirus related deaths, toll rises to 15Rampukar Pandit meets his wife, daughter from a distanceRampukar Pandit, who became emblematic of India’s migrant crisis with photo of him weeping inconsolably, meets wife, daughter in Bihar hospital from distance; says “a few metres of closeness & 10 minutes with them is all I could get.”Pandit said, “Appeal to govt to help me, people like me in this tragic time. We poor will just die otherwise.”In the last 24 hours, a total of 2,715 COVID19 patients are reported cured: Govt
We have presently a recovery rate of 38.29%. In terms of confirmed cases per lakh population, India has so far about 7.1 cases per lakh population: Govt of India
No 7 pm to 7 am curfew in West Bengal but lockdown to continue
The Centre has asked us to impose a curfew from 7 pm to 7 am. But we will anyway be in lockdown so I don’t want to impose the ‘curfew’ word on people. I urge everyone to follow norms. We will not implement any curfew. Lockdown will continue: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee
What is allowed in West Bengal during lockdown 4.0Private offices, even those inside shopping malls, can work with up to 50% staff.Inter-district buses will be allowed from May 21. Auto-rickshaws can operate from May 27 with 2 people.Beauty parlours & salons can open but all equipment must be sanitised.Himachal Pradesh: 5 new positive cases reported in Hamirpur district today
Total positive cases in Himachal rises to 85. Active cases in the state rise to 37.
What is allowed in Delhi during lockdown 4.0Restaurants can open for home-delivery.Private offices can open at full strength but they should try that most of the staff work from home. Markets can open but shops will open on odd-even basis. Sports complexes & stadiums can open but without spectators.Taxis with 2 passengers, auto-rickshaw and e-rickshaw with 1 passenger each, buses with 20 passengers to be allowed.Construction activities are allowed in the national capital now but only with labourers who are in Delhi right now.50 people to be allowed in marriage functions.20 people can attend funerals.We have to slowly move towards opening of economy.
– Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi CM
We used lockdown period to make arrangements to deal with COVID-19.
– Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi CM
What is not allowed in Delhi during lockdown 4.0No activity will be allowed in containment zones in Delhi.Barbershops, spas and saloons to remain closed for now. Stepping out of homes between 7 pm to 7 am, except for essential services will be prohibited.Metro trains, schools, colleges, shopping malls and swimming pools to remain closed in Delhi.Religious gatherings not allowed in Delhi till May 31.Dining facility not allowed.Carpooling or car-sharing will not be allowed for aggregators.For two-wheelers, pillion rider will not be allowed.