Coronavirus which has first founded in Wuhan City, China. It is one of the largest metropolitan areas located in China Provenance. It is the most pandemic infectious virus. Many people throughout the world have heavily infected with this virus. Many of them have lost their lives and as well as their families too died. The governments of every nation are trying to outcome from this breakdown situation to save their respective nations. They are also helping the poor and helpless peoples in their nation. Coming to the effect of Coronavirus pandemic COVID-19 in India, our honourable Prime Minister Modi sir have taken a difficult decision for the lockdown for 21 days throughout India. The first case of COVID-19 which have noticed in India is on 30th January 2020. As per the date 11th April 2020, there were the 8453 cases of people have infected in India declared by the Indian Council of Medical Research and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
COVID-19 Pandemic in India
In India, the first cases have notified on 30th January 2020 whereas in China it was on 31st December 2020. But this first case of COVID-19 in India also from the person who has travel history from China. As on 26th March 2020, The Indian Council of Medical Research and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare have confirmed total COVID-19 Infected cases of 649 cases, in this 42 have recovered, 1 migration and 13 deaths in India. The infection rate of COVID-19 in India at that time has reported as 1.7 significantly lower than in the worst affected countries. Because of this outbreak, Our Prime Minister sir has proposed the lockdown situation in India for a duration of 21 days on the date 24th March 2020. This is nothing but everyone should have to lock themselves in their home for 21days to break this spreading chain of Coronavirus or Pandemic COVID-19. But now in India, there is a situation has going to continue this lockdown system for more days by the increasing of the cases. In every state, the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 has been invoked. Every educational institution, commercial complexes, public gathering places like parks, movie theatres, and also coaching institutions are also have been shut downed. India has suspended all tourist visas, to decrease as many of the cases of this epidemic virus are coming from foreign countries.
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On 22nd March 2020, in India, our honourable Prime Minister Modi sir has invoked a 14-hour voluntary public curfew as Janatha Curfew. The government of India has followed this for 75 districts where Coronavirus cases were founded situated as well as the cities and districts. After that on 24th March 2020, the prime minister sir ordered a nationwide lockdown for 21days duration for the entire 1.3 billion population of India. In our country, the first three cases have found in the area from Kerala and all of them have travelled from and returned from Wuhan City, China. This was found on 30th January 2020. But this transmission of spreading has escalated in March and after that several cases were reported in India and most of them were linked with the people who have travelled from many affected countries. On March 10th, totally the COVID-19 in India cases have reported as 50. The total cases have slowly reached to 100 on 15th March, and then 250 cases have noticed on 25th March and in this 10 people have died as per the reports of 24th March 2020.
On 3rd March 2020, the Indian government have suspended all the issuing of new applied visas which have already issued for nationals of Italy, Iran, South Korea, Japan as well as American, etc.. On 4th March 2020, the Minister of Health and Family Welfare organization have announced the compulsory screening for the candidates who are all the international passengers have arrived in India. The minister Dr Harsh Vardhan said that so far 589000 people have been screened at the India borders. In earlier days, they have also made the screening to the people who are arriving from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Nepal, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
On 11th March 2020, the Indian government have decided to suspend all visas issued by the India Government which will be active from midnight GMT on 13th March 2020 expect diplomatic official, United Nations, employment and project visas till 15th April 2020. From 18th March, the entry of all travellers from every nation has been banned.
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Lockdown and curfews
- On 5th March, amidst a surge in fresh cases being confirmed in Delhi NCR, the Government of Delhi announced that all primary schools Located in Delhi should have to shut down until 31 March as per the COVID-19 precautions.
- On 7th March, all the primary schools in Jammu district and Samba district were have closed down until 31 March after two the suspected cases with the “high viral load” were have reported in Jammu.
- On 9th March, the district collector of Pathanamthitta district located in Kerala has declared three days long holidays for all the educational institutions in the district. As well as the Karnataka Government have also declared an indefinite holiday for all kindergarten and pre-primary schools located in Bangalore. The holiday has been extended to all primary schools up to fifth grade after the one confirmed case was reported in the city.
- On 10th March, Kerala has announced the closure of all the schools and colleges across the state until 31 March, with the effect of COVID-19 Pandemic from 11 March.
- On 12 March, the Honourable Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has announced that all schools, colleges and cinema halls in New Delhi should have to close till the end of March and all public gathering places disinfected as a precautionary measure.
- On 12 March, the Honourable Chief Minister of Karnataka S. Yediyurappa has also announced that all the educational institutions, malls, cinema halls and pubs should have to be shut down for a week across the state. He also issued prohibitory orders for the public gathering events such as parties and weddings as well as political gatherings. The Government of Odisha, have also declared the outbreak for the “disaster”, announced the closure of educational institutions and cinema halls until the end of March, as well as the prohibition on non-essential official gatherings should have been shutdown. The Government of Maharashtra has declared the outbreak for the epidemic for the essential cities of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad. They have announced that all public gathering places, malls, cinema halls, swimming pools and gyms in these cities will be closed until 31 March.
- On 13 March, the Punjab and Chhattisgarh governments have declared the holidays for all the schools and colleges till 31 March. And the Manipur government have also announced that all schools in the state, where examination are not being held would remain closed till 31 March.
- On 14th March, the Himachal Pradesh chief minister Jai Ram Thakur has declared the announcement that all the educational institutions and theatres would remain closed until 31 March as a precautionary measure for the threat of the coronavirus COVID-19. Also, the West Bengal government have announced that all educational institutions will be remained closed till 31 March, however, the board examinations will be conducted with precautions. Maharashtra government have closed all the shopping malls, swimming pools, movie theatres, gyms centres and asked all schools and colleges in the state’s and in urban areas should be remained close till 31 March 2020. Government of Rajasthan announced to close all the educational institutions, gyms, and cinema halls till 30 March located in Rajasthan, however ongoing school and college exams will continue as well.
- On 15th March, IIT, Bombay have suspended all their academic activities till 29 March. In Goa, Honorable chief minister Pramod Sawant has declared that all the educational institutions would be remained closed until 31 March. While the examinations of the 10th and 12th Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will be held as per the scheduled dates. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation have shut down Jijamata Udyaan till the further orders. The Gujarat government announced that all the schools, colleges, cinema halls, shopping malls will be closed till 31 March, however, the board examinations will be conducted as per the schedule. Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has been postponed all the recruitment exams until 31st March. Vaishno Devi Shrine Board have issued an advisory asking non-resident Indians and foreigners not to visit the temple for 28 days after the landing in India. The Tamil Nadu and Telangana governments have declared the closure of schools, malls and theatres as well as public gathering meeting and places till 31 March. Ministry of Culture has been shut down all their monuments and museums under the Archaeological Survey of India till 31st March.
- On 17th March, schools, colleges and multiplexes in Uttar Pradesh were have shut down till 2 April and on-going examinations have been postponed. BMC ordered private firms located in Mumbai to function “only at 50% of their staff capacity or face action under section 188 of the IPC”. Rajasthan government have banned the gathering of more than 50 people in public places till 31 March. Important tourist destinations in Tamil Nadu has been locked down. The Authorities in Nilgiris district has ordered the closure of tourist sites including Ooty and the tourists who are staying in hotels and resorts they have given 24 hours duration to leave the city. In Maharashtra, government offices have been closed down for seven days. Chandigarh administration has ordered the closure of shopping malls, cinema halls, gyms, nightclubs, swimming pools, educational coaching centres, spas, creches and video game as well as beauty parlours till 31 March. It also banned that the gatherings of more than 100 people and census work have been postponed. At the same time, Dera chiefs were asked to postpone all the religious events until 31 March. The GoM has also directed that no more than 50 people are allowed to gather at one place other than weddings. Pondicherry Government has shut down schools, colleges, cinemas and gyms till 31 March. Mumbai Police have seriously have ordered the closure of pubs, bars and discotheques till 31 March.
- On 18th March, the District Magistrate of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir has said that the entry of all foreign tourists has been banned to travel in the entire union territory. On the other hand, the Directorate of Floriculture, Parks and Horticulture of the state has also been extended the Bagh-e-Bahu Garden to the general public from the dates of 18th to 31st March to keep the situation under control in the Union Territory. Government of Andhra Pradesh have also announced the closure of all educational institutions till 31 March.
- On 23rd March, the Honourable Chief Minister of Maharashtra has announced that the borders of all the districts will have remained closed, and a strict curfew will be implemented throughout the state.
- On 14th April, our honourable Prime Minister Modi Sir have announced the Extention of the LockDown which will be up to May 3rd 2020. He also announced some of the relaxations for the Essential Commodities which will be in action on 20th April 2020.
Shop To Remain Closed
- The Shops which are located in Urban Areas such as Markets / Market Complexes & Shopping Malls.
- Shopping Malls which is located in Rural Areas will remain closed.
- The Liquor Saling Shops and other specified items as per the Rules of National Directives for COVID-19 Management.
- The shops which are rendering services like Restaurants, Salons and Barber Shops will remain closed.
दुकान बंद रहने के लिए
- दुकानें जो शहरी क्षेत्रों में स्थित हैं जैसे बाज़ार / बाज़ार परिसर और शॉपिंग मॉल।
- ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में स्थित शॉपिंग मॉल बंद रहेंगे।
- COVID-19 प्रबंधन के लिए राष्ट्रीय निर्देशों के नियमों के अनुसार शराब की दुकानें और अन्य निर्दिष्ट वस्तुएँ।
- रेस्तरां, सैलून और नाई की दुकानें जैसी सेवाएं प्रदान करने वाली दुकानें बंद रहेंगी।
Shop To Remain Open
- All shops will be opened in the Rural Areas Except for those located in shopping malls.
- All of the shops can be opened in Urban Areas like standalone shops, neighbourhood shops and shops located in Residential Complexes.
- The shops will be opened with only 50% of staff workers and they should have to follow with strict adherence to wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing norms.
- This Relaxation will be available only to shops selling items and not for services.
शॉप टू रिमेन ओपन
- शॉपिंग मॉल्स में स्थित ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों को छोड़कर सभी दुकानें खोली जाएंगी।
- सभी दुकानें शहरी क्षेत्रों में खोली जा सकती हैं जैसे स्टैंडअलोन दुकानें, पड़ोस की दुकानें और आवासीय परिसर में स्थित दुकानें।
- दुकानें केवल 50% कर्मचारी कर्मचारियों के साथ खोली जाएंगी और उन्हें मास्क पहनने और सामाजिक दूरियों के मानदंडों को बनाए रखने के लिए सख्ती से पालन करना होगा।
- यह छूट केवल वस्तुओं को बेचने वाली दुकानों के लिए उपलब्ध होगी, न कि सेवाओं के लिए।
Because of this COVID-19 Pandemic in India, many of the people were have affected in many ways. The GDP growth in India has also affected due to this outbreak. Students have examinations in these months are all have been postponed. All the educational institutions remained closed. Shopping malls, Commercial complexes, movie theatres and also the state governments are announcing that there are no exams will be conducted for the Class 6th to Class 9th and they are directly promoted to the next classes.
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Now all the latest updates Corona Virus is as on 8th May 2020, 56,409 Cases were have tested as positive and the death troll is raised to 229 cases. Now the central government is trying to take some key measures to break down this virus spreading chain and also all the state governments were helping the poor people in their states. Because of COVID-19 in India, there are declared 21 days lockdown situation and there is no work for the daily workers who are working for daily wages. Our Prime Minister has also announced Rs. 15,000 Crores for the healthcare sectors and this money is used to develop all the advanced testing facilities such as PPEs, ICUs, Ventilators and in training medical workers. Many people have also offered more money for these facilities. Some of them also gave their offices for the sake of treatment for the COVID-19 Effected patients.
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