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60-year-old woman loses life to Coronavirus in Rajasthan

60-year-old woman died of coronavirus in Rajasthan's Bikaner with no travel history, on 11th day of India's 21-day lockdown that ends on April 14. The coronavirus cases in the country are 2,547. Out of these, 162 people have been recovered and 63 have lost their lives. 12 New cases were reported in Rajasthan on Saturday taking the total tally to 191. Out of 12, 8 were linked to the religious congregation held at Delhi's Nizamuddin. Src: https://bit.ly/2x0TGms

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Coronavirus suspects spat inside hospital in Assam

In Assam, several people who have been quarantined in the district civil hospital allegedly spat all over inside the quarantine ward as well as outside through the windows on Friday. The incident took place before state Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma's visit to the hospital. 42 people were quarantined as they came in close contact with 8 who were infected with coronavirus and were present in religious congregation in Delhi's Nizamuddin. Src: https://bit.ly/3aFZro8

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India's decision to lockdown is far-sighted: WHO

The World Health Organisation's Special Envoy Dr David Nabarro said that there was no evidence of disappearance of Covid-19. He added that India's decision to lockdown the country for 21 days was far sighted and bold because it gave the whole country the opportunity to come to terms with the reality of this enemy. "I think it is courageous of the government, honestly, to take this step and provoke this enormous public debate and let the frustration come out, to accept that there will be hundreds of millions of people whose lives are being disrupted", Dr Nabarro added. Src: https://bit.ly/2xJ3e5G

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Centre orders to seal state borders, makes 14 days quarantine compulsory for migrants

As the country is grappled with coronavirus and national lockdown, On Sunday, the Centre ordered the state government to seal borders for migrants who are returning to their native place amid coronavirus scare and put them under compulsory 14 days quarantine. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme, sought the nation’s forgiveness for the inconvenience caused by an unpredictable lockdown. The Covid-19 cases in India have crossed 1000 with 27 deaths. Src: https://bit.ly/2QSyp54

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