So far 16 people have died due to Corona virus in India, total cases of infection increased to 694: Government

New Delhi, March 26 (Language) The Union Health Ministry said on Thursday that the number of people who died of Corona virus infection in the country has risen to 16. At the same time, infection cases have increased to 694 with 80 new cases coming up. However, the ministry also said that the growth rate of the number of positive cases is “comparatively stable” in India.

Meanwhile, on the Corona Virus Crisis, Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested the G-20 group that economic goals in the center of our vision for global prosperity, cooperation

New Delhi, March 26 (Language) The Union Health Ministry said on Thursday that the number of people who died of Corona virus infection in the country has risen to 16. At the same time, infection cases have increased to 694 with 80 new cases coming up.

However, the ministry also said that the growth rate of the number of positive cases is “comparatively stable” in India. Meanwhile, on the Corona virus crisis, Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested the G-20 group to place human beings in place of economic goals in the focal point of our vision for global prosperity, cooperation.

Officials of the Union Health Ministry also said that India is in the second phase as there is hardly any evidence to say that there is a community spread of the fast spreading corona virus. This comment may show a much-awaited ray of hope and hope to distraught citizens. In the midst of the outbreak of the virus, the central and state governments have taken several steps on a war footing.

The Union Finance Ministry announced a Rs 1.70 lakh crore ‘Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana’ to provide relief to the poor, elderly, self-help groups and low-fire class amid nationwide ‘lockdown’ to prevent the spread of corona virus epidemic. This incentive package announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman includes providing free food grains, pulses and LPG cylinders to the poor for three months and providing cash assistance to women and poor senior citizens.

The welfare fund has been created under a Central Government law for the welfare of workers engaged in building and other construction works. The Health Ministry has announced that 17 states have started identifying hospitals dedicated to treating Kovid-19 patients.

Giving information to the media on the situation related to corona virus, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Health, Love Aggarwal said, “There is no concrete evidence yet to say that corona virus infection is spreading in India at the community level. He also denied that the virus is spread through mosquitoes. Assuring the general public, Aggarwal said that India is ready to meet the challenge of corona virus infection.

Agarwal said, “Kovid-19 cases are on the rise but, but it seems to be a relatively stable trend, or else the rate of growth seems to be a little low.” Does not establish a trend. But we hope that we will be able to combat this disease by adopting a policy of abstaining from social gathering, locating people who have come in contact with an infected person and monitoring all those isolated at home. ” That Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday night announced a nationwide complete ‘lockdown’ for 21 days.

According to Johns Hopkins University, three billion people worldwide have been locked up in homes due to this virus and more than 21 thousand people have died. 4,71,518 cases have been reported in more than 140 countries and regions.

According to the ministry data, three deaths have been reported in Maharashtra, three in Gujarat, two in Karnataka, one each in Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Punjab, Delhi, West Bengal. There has also been one death in Jammu and Kashmir, although it has not been displayed in the ministry’s list. According to the data, there are 633 cases of Kovid-19 in the country, while 44 people have either recovered or were discharged from the hospital and one has migrated.

The ministry said that 47 foreigners are involved in a total of 694 cases. The highest number of corona virus infections have been reported so far in Maharashtra where 124 cases have been reported including three foreigners. According to the data of the ministry, Kerala is followed by this place, where this number has increased to 118.

It also includes eight foreign nationals. In Telangana the number has increased to 44 including 10 foreigners. At the same time, this number has increased to 55 in Karnataka. At the same time, this number has increased to 43 in Gujarat. The number of positive cases has increased to 41 (including two foreigners) in Rajasthan,

41 (including one foreigner) in Uttar Pradesh, while 36 (including one foreigner) in Delhi. So far 33 cases have been registered in Punjab while 30 cases have been reported in Haryana including 14 foreigners.

Tamil Nadu has so far reported 26 (including six foreigners), 20 cases in Madhya Pradesh, 13-13 in Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir, 11 cases in Andhra Pradesh and 10 cases in West Bengal. Seven cases have been reported in Chandigarh, six cases each in Bihar, Chhattisgarh and five in Uttarakhand. Five people in Uttarakhand include one foreigner.

Concern for the poor in a densely populated country like India in dealing with Kovid-19

Washington, March 26 (PTI) World Bank President David Malpas on Thursday expressed concern for the underprivileged in dense countries like India during the Corona virus epidemic and said the crisis would affect poor countries. Malpas was addressing the G20 talks on Kovid-19. The talks were also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump.

The summit was called to form a joint initiative to deal with the challenge of the corona virus worldwide. Malpas said, “I am particularly concerned about the densely populated countries like India where weak health system

Washington, March 26 (PTI) World Bank President David Malpas on Thursday expressed concern for the underprivileged in dense countries like India during the Corona virus epidemic and said the crisis would affect poor countries. Malpas was addressing the G20 talks on Kovid-19. The talks were also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump.

The summit was called to form a joint initiative to deal with the challenge of the corona virus worldwide. Malpas said, “I am particularly concerned about the densely populated countries like India where a weak health system needs extensive investment. We are working hard to support through our public and private sector resources.

UN ties up with tech firms to help 1.5 billion students not able to attend school

Paris, March 26 (AFP) The United Nations Education Agency on Thursday said it has sought help from some tech / technology firms and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to help more than 1.5 billion students who are unable to attend school due to the Corona virus crisis.

Is compromised with. “We have never seen education disrupted on this scale before,” said Paris-based UNESCO Director General Audrey Edule. The agency estimates that more than 87 percent of the world’s students are affected by school closures And many of them depending on the availability of online courses

Paris, March 26 (AFP) The United Nations Education Agency on Thursday said it has sought help from some tech / technology firms and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to help more than 1.5 billion students who are unable to attend school due to the Corona virus crisis.

Is compromised with. “We have never seen education disrupted on this scale before,” said Paris-based UNESCO Director General Audrey Edule. The agency estimates that more than 87 percent of the world’s students are affected by school closures And many of them are being forced to adopt online courses and distance learning techniques based on availability.

Tedras A., head of the World Health Organization (WHO). “We are working together to find a way so that children in all corners of the world can continue their education, especially children from the most disadvantaged sections,” said Gebreyes. Microsoft, Google, Facebook, among these UN technology collaborators And in addition to video conferencing expert Zoom, GSMA is also the association of mobile network operators.

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