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Coronavirus India Live Updates: Delhi Announces Fresh Restrictions Amid Spike In Covid Cases


India’s COVID-19 tally has climbed to 1,32,05,926, the well being ministry stated on Saturday.

New Delhi:

The Delhi authorities on Saturday introduced new restrictions amid an alarming rise in coronavirus instances, banning most public gatherings and setting limits for attendance at eating places, theatres, on public transport and features like weddings and funerals.

The new guidelines which is able to keep in place until April 30, together with the sooner introduced 10-pm-to-5-am night time curfew, embrace a ban on all sorts of social, political, sports activities, leisure, educational, cultural and spiritual gatherings in Delhi.

A weekend lockdown was imposed from 8 pm on Friday to 7 am on Monday in Maharashtra amid an unprecedented surge in coronavirus instances. 

With a report 1,45,384 recent instances, India’s COVID-19 tally has climbed to 1,32,05,926, the well being ministry stated on Saturday.

The variety of lively instances has breached the 10-lakh mark once more after round six-and-a-half months, whereas the loss of life depend because of the viral illness has gone as much as 1,68,436 with 794 extra fatalities, the best since October 18 final yr, the ministry’s information confirmed.

Here are the Live Updates on Coronavirus India Cases:

MBBS Students, Interns To Be Roped In For Covid Hospitals In Delhi

In order to satisfy the elevated demand for manpower through the ongoing Covid pandemic, all Delhi Government hospitals are directed to interact 4th and Fifth-year MBBS college students, interns and BDS medical doctors to help within the therapy of Covid-affected sufferers.

“In view of the surge of COVID pandemic and to meet the demand of increased manpower, the Medical Directors/Medical Superintendents/Directors of all COVID Hospitals of Government of NCT of Delhi are authorized to engage 4th and 5th-year MBBS students, Interns and BDS pass Doctors as per the provisions of order No. 52/DGHS/PH-IV/COVID-19/2020/ss4hfw/1144 dated 18.11.2020 issued by this Department”, learn the order by the Delhi authorities.

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