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The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

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Union ministers are also working from home instead of ministries because of the Coronavirus. But PTI quoted sources as saying that all Union ministers have been asked to resume functioning in the departments from Monday.

Officers will also go and work in the ministry. The ministers have been asked to prepare a plan after the lockdown so that the economy is back on track.

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources
The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

Joint Secretary, officers above this, will work from Monday
Officers of the rank of joint secretary and above will start working in the ministries again from Monday. It is clear that not all staff will begin working with the ministry.

According to sources, about one-third of the required staff have been asked to register a presence in the ministry. All the Ministries have been told that officers of the rank of Joint Secretary and above will start work in the concerned departments from Monday.

Government’s focus on Corona’s hotspots and economy
Sources said the government’s focus is on hotspots to prevent the coronavirus epidemic from spreading. Apart from this, the government is trying to get the economy back on track when the lockdown is lifted.

Countrywide lockdown may increase by April 30
To prevent the spread of Coronavirus in India, the lockdown is in force for 25 days from March 25 to April 14.

During this period, most ministers of the Center are also working from home. Amid talk of extending the lockdown till April 30, the Modi government has asked ministers to take over the functioning of ministries.

7,529 cases of Coronavirus in India so far
Coronavirus cases in India have now increased to 7,529. Six hundred fifty-three people have been cured so far, while 245 people have died from this deadly virus.

The worst situation in the country is in Maharashtra, where so far 1574 cases have been confirmed. Nine hundred three cases have been confirmed in Delhi and 911 in Tamil Nadu.

Had it not taken precautionary measures like lockdown, Corona would have had 8.2 lakh cases in the country by April 15: Health Ministry

The total number of coronavirus infections in the country has increased to 7,447. However, if the lockdown had not been decided in time, the situation in the country could have been much worse by now.

The Union Health Ministry said on Saturday that lockdown and containment are very important to combat the Coronavirus. If we had not taken such steps, by April 15, the number of Corona virus-positive cases in the country would have reached 8.2 lakh.

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources
The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

So by April 15, there will be more than 8 lakh cases!
Luv Agarwal, joint secretary in the Ministry of Health, said that if the lockdown had not been implemented in the country, the cases of coronavirus infection would have increased by 41 per cent. Because of this, by then April 15, there would have been more than 8.2 lakh cases in the country.

India took precautionary measures long ago.’
Love Aggarwal, joint secretary in the Union Health Ministry, said, “India took precautionary measures to combat the Coronavirus. We adopted a graded approach.

There are 587 hospitals in 2 states and at the central level in the country to treat only coronavirus cases. 1 lakh isolation beds and 11,500 ICU beds have been reserved for Kovid-19 patients across the country.

Total 7,447 cases in the country, 1,035 new cases in 24 hours
Aggarwal said that a total of 7,447 cases of Coronavirus infection had been reported in the country so far. So far, 643 people have become healthy. In the last 24 hours, 1035, new cases of Coronavirus have been reported, and 40 people have died. So far, 239 people have lost their lives in the country.

Testing speed up, 16,764 tests on Friday
India has also rapidly increased the speed of coronavirus detection. While 16,002 tests were done on Thursday, 16,764 tests were done on Friday. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research, 1,71,718 samples have been tested so far in the country. 146 government and 67 private labs are involved in the investigation.

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources
The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

4 deaths, 6 new cases, a total of 28 positive … Corona continues to spread in Dharavi.

Coronavirus infection is slowly spreading in Mumbai’s Dharavi area with thousands of slums and millions of population. With the death of an 80-year-old elderly on Saturday, the death toll from this deadly virus has increased to 4 in Dharavi. At the same time, 28 positive cases of Corona have been reported here so far after getting 6 new cases.

While giving the information, BMC officials said, ‘An 80-year-old Corona positive elder died in Kasturba Hospital. With this, the death toll due to Corona in Dharavi has increased to 4. ‘ In Mumbai’s Dharavi, one of Asia’s largest slum areas, 6 more people have been found infected with the Coronavirus, bringing the number of infected to 28 there.

Among the new patients are two people who returned from the Jamaat program held in Nizamuddin, Delhi last month. According to BMC officials, three of the 11 new patients are women. He told that one of them is 29 years old, who is the wife of a doctor already infected with Vaibhav Nagar, while the other woman is 31 years old, who is from Kalyanwadi area.

A senior BMC official said, “Five more cases of coronavirus have been reported since Friday, with six more new cases reported.” Five of these six patients are residents of Mukund Nagar while a 26-year-old man lives in Rajiv Gandhi Chawl is.

Dharavi: Hundreds crowded in line despite Corona’s knock The crisis in Maharashtra, which is suffering the most due to the Coronavirus in the country, is only deepening. While the number of patients has crossed the thousand mark in the state, 600 cases of infections have also been reported in the capital Mumbai.

In such a situation, despite the knocking of the Corona in Dharavi, a dense slum area, the crowd of people is becoming challenging for the administration every day. A video of Dharavi has gone viral, where hundreds of people are seen queuing up without following social distancing.

Asia’s largest slum colony, Dharavi, has taken its grip. So far, 9 patients of Corona have been identified, out of which one has died. The administration is concerned with the ever-increasing number of corona patients in Dharavi.

The video, which has gone viral on social media, is said to be 4-5 days old. There is a long queue of people for rationing. A crowd of people are standing in line without following social distancing.

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources
The Center asked the ministers, officials to start work in the ministries from Monday: sources

Maintaining social distancing is a headache for the administration
The lanes in Dharavi are quite narrow. People touch each other while coming here. In such a situation, the area which has been sealed here or the people who have been quarantined are not able to follow the rules.

Therefore, maintaining social distancing is the biggest challenge here. People are constantly moving out of homes, ending social distancing. There is a rush at people’s shops to get ration, vegetables, milk. This is a big challenge for the government, BMC and police administration.

Many area quarantines in Dharavi, open clinics
Dharavi is not only Asia’s largest slum but also the thickest slum. There are huts from one to four storeys here. 8 to 9 people are living in a shed. More than 300 houses and more than 50 shops have been sealed in Dharavi. Many areas have been quarantined.

The challenges here are different, given that the administration has opened a clinic in Dharavi, where people are being examined. The BMC Commissioner has clearly given instructions that if someone shows signs of Coronavirus, he should be immediately admitted to the hospital. Also, the family of the concerned patient should be quarantined immediately.

9 corona cases so far in densely populated Dharavi
So far, 9 corona positives have been found in Dharavi with a population of 1.5 million. There is no travel history of these patients. All of them have been infected by exposure to a corona positive, which is a matter of most significant concern.

The BMC Health Department has stated that the problem could be very serious if adequate arrangements to prevent corona infection were not made in Dharavi, as the dense structure of the huts here could be responsible for increasing the infection.

Aakash Mishra
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