Corona : Despite lockdown, 227 new cases emerge on Monday


Corona virus outbreak has shown a spike in the number of cases, in India. Despite the lockdown, worries have increased with the addition of 227 new cases on Monday. According to the Ministry of Health, 32 people have died so far due to infection with this virus. At the same time, the number of infected people has crossed 1300.

The next 15 days are very important for India. With 1300 cases crossed, India has reached the stage where Italy was on 29 February, Spain on 9 March and America on 11 March. In these three countries, in the next 15 days, the number of cases of corona infection was increased from the level of 25 times to that of 68 times. US President Donald Trump has not yet announced the lockdown in the country.

The Ministry of Health has reported that the rate of corona infection in the country is lower than that of developed countries, saying that the second stage of the virus infection is going on in India, it has not yet reached the third stage of community infection. In the press conference on Monday, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Health Luv Agarwal said that the number of infected patients in India took 12 days to reach 100 to 1000, while in developed countries suffering from this crisis, the number of patients in an equal period was increased by 3,500 to 8,000.

31 new cases were reported in Delhi-Noida on Monday. In the capital, where the maximum number of 25 infections were reported in a day. At the same time, six people, including two children, were confirmed to have the corona virus in Noida. It has infected five members of three families.

The messages issued on social media to extend the duration of the lockdown are just rumors. On Monday, the central government clarified that there is no such plan to extend the lockdown as of now. Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba said that the central and state governments are working together to stop the epidemic from spreading. Gauba said on Monday, that he is surprised by such news, the government has no plans to increase the lockdown.

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