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Delhi Mohalla clinic Doctor tests positive for Coronavirus, asked patients to quarantine

Amid Coronavirus scare, In Delhi, a Mohalla clinic doctor has tested positive for Coronavirus. The authorities asked all patients who had visited the Maujpur clinic run by the doctor on March 12 to March 18 to ensure home quarantine for 15 days. If any patient showed virus-related symptoms then they can immediately contact the control room. The clinic has been shut down and is being sanitised. Src: https://bit.ly/3dsXFsk

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Parle will donate 3 crore biscuit to needy people amid Coronavirus

India’s famous biscuits company Parle production announced that it will donate three crore packs of biscuits in the next three weeks, especially to the needy people through government agencies. An official said that they will donate one crore packs of Parle-G biscuits every week for the next three weeks. They are looking to provide food to ensure that no one goes hungry, official added. Src: https://bit.ly/2UhfoeB

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Amid COVID-19 police will take responsibility to deliver food at doorsteps says Mamata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee recently stated that there is no need to panic about food scarcity amid the lockdown in the country due to novel Coronavirus disease. Banerjee stated that all Police stations will take the responsibility to deliver food at doorsteps and the same will be monitored by the District Magistrates and Police Superintendents. She appealed people to not crowd markets and maintain social distance. She even added there were adequate supplies in the market, and so there is no need to store anything. Src: https://bit.ly/3bjXLR8

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China urges India to not call COVID-19 as China virus

The Foreign Minister Wang Yi from China told counterpart S Jaishankar on a phone call that China hopes that India doesn't refer COVID-19 as 'China virus'. It conveys narrowness of thoughts and is detrimental to International cooperation, Wang added. The infection was first reported in Wuhan, China but it isn't proved that virus was originated from there. Chinese diplomats have led a worldwide campaign to convince governments across world to not use the 'China virus' phrase. Src: https://bit.ly/2JhbyMc

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