The outcry from Corona: somewhere Board examinations postponed, Somewhere there was a night curfew, Know the condition of the states


The second wave of Corona infection in the country is not taking a name. In the last 24 hours, 1.84 lakh people have been infected with corona and more than one thousand have lost their lives. This is by far the highest number of patients found in a single day. Only a few weeks ago, where the number of active cases in the country had come down to 1.5 lakhs, but now this figure has crossed 13 lakhs. From this, it can be estimated how terrible the situation is.

Corona Havoc: About half a dozen states defer board examinations

Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, and Maharashtra also postponed their state board examinations for these classes after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) canceled the 10th board examination and postponed the 12th board examination in the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic. Has done.

States like West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh have said that they are monitoring the situation and at present, they have not decided whether to conduct board examinations or not. Karnataka said that it will conduct examinations as per schedule. Meghalaya also said that it is ready to conduct the state board examination for class 12 but after reviewing the situation, will decide about the class X examination.

Earlier, the Central Board of Secondary Education announced the cancellation of the Class X examination and postponement of the Class 12 examination. The announcement was made after a high-level meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This is the first time that CBSE has completely canceled the Class 10 examination. This will affect more than 21 lakh students across the country.

The other major board of school exams, CISCE, has said that it is reviewing the situation and will make a decision soon.

Night curfew in all cities of Rajasthan

The second wave of coronavirus infection in Rajasthan is becoming uncontrollable. To curb this, the Gehlot government is going to implement a new guideline from April 16. In this guideline from April 16 to April 30, it has been announced to impose night curfew in all the urban areas of the state from 6 pm to 6 am. However, around 10 services and classes have been exempted from this night curfew. There will be no need for a separate pass for all this.

Kejriwal to discuss Kovid-19 situation with Lt. Governor

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will discuss the Kovid-19 situation in the city in a meeting with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal today. According to the Health Department, the city received 17,282 new cases on Wednesday, the highest number of cases reported in a single day so far. At the same time, more than 100 people have died.

The Chief Minister's Office tweeted - "In view of the spread of Coronavirus infection, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will discuss the situation with the Lieutenant Governor at 11 am on Thursday."

It said that Kejriwal will hold a meeting with Health Minister Satyendra Jain, Health Secretary, and other senior officials at 12 noon on the situation of Kovid-19 in Delhi. Please tell that 104 people have died due to corona in Delhi and the number of people who died due to infection in Delhi has increased to 11,540.

Coronavirus infection confirmed in 14,250 people in Chhattisgarh

In Chhattisgarh, coronavirus infection has been confirmed among 14,250 new people during the last 24 hours. The number of people infected with this virus in the state has increased to 4,86,244. On Wednesday, 88 people have been discharged from hospitals after becoming infection-free Wednesday, while 2441 people have completed their residency in their homes. 120 corona virus-infected patients have died in the state. Out of these, 73 people have died during the 24 hours and 47 people have died in the previous days.

State Health Department officials said on Wednesday that Dr. Subhash Pandey, media in charge of the state's Kovid Command and Control Center, died after a coronavirus infection.

Officials said that there were 14,250 cases of infection on Wednesday. These include 3960 from Raipur district, 1647 from Durg, 1254 from Rajnandgaon, 326 from Balod, 391 from Bemetra, 265 from Kabirdham, 382 from Dhamtari, 686 from Balodabazar, 300 from Mahasamund, 333 from Gariaband, 923 from Bilaspur, 444 from Raigad 741 from Korba, 448 from Janjgir Champa, 333 from Mungeli, 123 from Gorilla Pendra Marwahi, 214 from Sarguja, 198 from Korea, 271 from Surajpur, 95 from Balrampur, 461 from Jashpur, 77 from Bastar, 84 from Kondagaon, 67 from Dantewada. There are seven cases from Sukma, 177 from Kanker, 17 from Narayanpur, nine from Bijapur, and 17 from other states.

He said that so far 4,86,244 people have been confirmed infected in Chhattisgarh. 3,62,301 patients have become infection-free after treatment, 1,18,636 patients are undergoing treatment in the state. There have been 5307 deaths due to virus-infected people in the state.

Number of devotees in Baisakhi Shahi Snan of Mahakumbh reduced

Amid the rising fear of the second wave of Corona, the Baisakhi of Haridwar Mahakumbh and the third and main royal bath on the festival of Aries Sankranti reduced the number of pilgrims to between 13–14 lakhs. The Kumbh Mela administration said that 13–14 lakh devotees took a bath at various Ganga Ghats in the Kumbh region on the Shahi Snan festival.

This number of devotees is about half of the number of 25-30 lakh devotees who came on the occasion of Somvati Amavasya on Monday and about fourteenth as compared to 1.60 crore devotees who came on the festival of Baisakhi in 2010 Haridwar Mahakumbh.

Haryana has the highest number of 5,398 new cases of Kovid-19 in a day

Haryana has reported 5,398 new cases of Coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours, the highest number of Kovid-19 cases reported in a single day. At the same time, 18 more people have died in the state. According to the Bulletin released by the Health Department on Wednesday, a total of 3,29,942 people have been confirmed infected in the state so far, while 3,316 people have died due to the infection.

According to the bulletin, the Gurgaon district has the highest number of 1,151 new cases. There are 838 new cases in Faridabad, 359 in Karnal, 227 in Panipat, 387 in Sonipat, 378 in Jind, and 276 in Panchkula.

The state had 3,845 new cases on Tuesday. In the last 24 hours, three people have died in Karnal, while two each in Ambala, Yamunanagar, Fatehabad, and Kaithal districts.

7,410 new cases of infection a day in Gujarat, 73 people died

Gujarat has the highest number of 7,410 new cases of coronavirus infection in a single day while 73 patients died due to infection in the last 24 hours. The Health Department said on Wednesday that a total of 3,67,616 people have been confirmed infected in Gujarat so far, while 4,995 people have died due to the infection.

According to the department, in the last 24 hours, a maximum of 25 people have died in Ahmedabad district, nine in Rajkot, seven in Vadodara, two each in Sabarkantha and Junagadh, and one each in Amreli, Dong, and Gandhinagar. is.

Currently, 39,250 people are under treatment in the state. At the same time, Ahmedabad has the highest number of 2,491 new cases in the state.

21 more deaths due to coronavirus infection in Bihar, 4786 new cases were reported

The death toll rose to 1651 on Wednesday as 21 more people died during the last 24 hours due to Coronavirus infection in Bihar. The number of people so far infected with this disease has increased to 295171.

Of the 21 patients who died due to coronavirus infection during the last 24 hours in the state, four each in Bhagalpur and Patna, two in Jamui, Banka, Darbhanga, Gaya, Khagadia, Munger, Muzaffarpur, Nawada, East Champaran, Samastipur, Siwan. And with the death of one patient each in Vaishali, the number of people who got infected with this disease in the state increased to 1651 on Wednesday.

Other major districts most affected by the corona infection in Bihar are 334-334 in Bhagalpur and Gaya, 242 in Muzaffarpur, 166 in Bhojpur, 128 in Jehanabad, 122 in Aurangabad, 117 in Saran, 112 in Samastipur, 105 in Begusarai and Gopalganj. 105, 103 in Saharsa, 98 in Purnia, 97-97 in Buxar, Munger, and West Champaran, 92 in East Champaran, 88 in Siwan, 69 in Rohtas, 60 in Sitamarhi, and 57 in Vaishali came to light during the last 24 hours Huh.

5892 new cases of Kovid-19 in West Bengal, 24 dead

In West Bengal on Wednesday, the number of infected cases reached 6,30,116 with the highest number of 5892 new cases of Kovid-19 on Wednesday. The Bulletin of the Health Department said that the number of deaths has increased to 10,458, due to the death of 24 more people due to infection in different parts of the state.

According to the bulletin, 2297 infected patients have been cured in the state in the last 24 hours. The number of under-treated patients in the state has increased to 32,621. The bulletin said that 43,463 samples were tested in the state on Tuesday and a total of 96,32,841 samples have been tested.

The rise in coronavirus cases is a matter of concern for the state where elections are currently underway.