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27 deaths in a single day, 4067 cases reported

India marked highest death toll of 27 on Sunday due to coronavirus, taking the total tally to 124. Around 13 deaths alone were reported from Maharashtra. The total case of infection rose to 4067. According to govt, the doubling of cases is taking place in 4.1 days but it would been 7.4 days if Tablighi Jamaat wouldn't have happened in Delhi. Globally 70,000 people have died due to coronavirus where as 1.25 million are infected. Src: https://bit.ly/2yD2rnf

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Price of 200 ml sanitizer can't be more than INR 100: Govt

In the midst of COVID-19 outbreak in the country, the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution issued a notification stating that the retail price of hand sanitizers can not exceed INR 100 per 200 ml bottle and the prices of other hand sanitizers will be fixed in the proportion of those values. Furthermore, the Ministry added that the masks can't be more than INR 10 per piece whichever is lower than a mask (2ply surgical mask) can't be more than INR 8 per piece. The notice will remain in effect until 30 June 2020. Src: https://bit.ly/2WERBXX

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Mamata Banerjee slams Yogi over 'goli' remark, tells BJP to avoid playing communal card

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, in an interview, slammed Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath for speaking the language of "goli" and stated that the BJP constitutional position holders shouldn't insult the people of Delhi. Banerjee further advised the BJP party to seek votes on development plank in the Delhi Assembly elections. She added that instead of using the development card, they are using the communal card. "I think they are scared", she included. Src: https://bit.ly/2vGcQwO

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Sonia Gandhi being treated for stomach infection at Ganga Ram Hospital

Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi, where the Congress president Sonia Gandhi was admitted on February 2, has stated that she has undergone medical tests and it has found that she has been suffering from a stomach infection and is being treated for the same. Earlier on Sunday, Sonia Gandhi visited the hospital after she complained of uneasiness and was admitted to the hospital for further check-ups. Src: https://bit.ly/2OoBCbu

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