The number of corona infected patients in India remains a cause for concern. The number of infected patients in the country has now crossed 1.25 million. The World Health Organization has also expressed concern over the increasing cases of corona virus in India. That is why it has advised not to exempt lockdown in seven states of India right now.
The WHO has issued a warning regarding Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Telangana, Chandigarh, Tamil Nadu and Bihar in the country. The WHO has emphasized the need to continue the ban of lockdowns in view of the increasing number of corona infected patients in these seven states of India.
The WHO advised India in this regard that the lockdown should continue strictly in states where more than five percent of corona positive patients are present.
A study released by Johns Hopkins University found that according to the May 7 data, 18 percent in Maharashtra, 9 in Gujarat, 7-7 in Delhi and Telangana, 6 in Chandigarh, 5 in Tamil Nadu and five percent of corona virus in Bihar There have been cases. Corona-positive patients have been found to be higher than the World Health Organization standard in all these states.
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