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India Crosses 90 Lakh Covid-19 Cases As Concerns Around Second Wave of Pandemic Rise

Gujarat government has imposed a complete curfew in Ahmedabad till 6 am on 23 November in view of rising Covid-19 cases. The order came into force from 9 pm on Thursday night. 

 

New Delhi¦ Amid the concerns of second wave of Covid-19 infections, India on Friday crossed 90 lakh cases of Coronavirus. The pace of coronavirus infection is increasing in the country. On Thursday, 46,185 people were found infected. In comparison 45,246 patients were cured. 583 patients succumbed to the deadly virus. An increase of 343 was registered in the active case. The number of these patients undergoing treatment has been steadily declining since 3rd October.

So far 90,01,263 people have been found to be corona positive in the country. It is a matter of relief that 84,23,162 people have been cured among them. 4,41,727 patients are being treated. The number of people who lost their lives due to infection has now gone up to 1,32,233.

 

Curfew in Ahmedabad till 23 November

Gujarat government has imposed a complete curfew in Ahmedabad till 6 am on 23 November. The order came into force from 9 pm on Thursday night. During this time only milk and drug shops will be open. The state government has also revoked its earlier order of opening school-colleges from 23 November.

 

150 ICU and 800 Covid beds ready in 3 days in Delhi

The government has stepped up preparations to deal with the increasing cases of Covid-19 in Delhi. Within 3 days of meeting Home Minister Amit Shah, 150 ICU and 800 Covid-19 beds in train coach were ready in Delhi. These 800 beds are at Shakur Basti railway station. CAPF doctors have been deployed here. According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, there are currently 3652 ICU beds. Work is on to increase this number.

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