Coronavirus in India, More than 170 cases have been reported so far

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More than 170 cases have been reported from coronavirus so far

Coronavirus in India – Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection has been confirmed in more than 170 people in the country so far. Maharashtra has the highest number of corona cases at 47. In view of the growing threat, India has imposed a temporary ban on entry of passengers from 36 countries in the wake of Corona virus outbreak. At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to address the country at 8 pm tonight.

The fourth case of Corona in Noida. An HCL employee was found to be Corona positive. This is the case for the third consecutive day. Day before yesterday, one person was found infected.

In Uttarakhand, 128 people have been placed in home quarantine to prevent the corona virus.

On the other hand, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that he is in touch with the Indian High Commissioner in Singapore and has asked to bring the trapped students to Mumbai.

Two more cases of corona virus have been found in Uttar Pradesh. One is from Lakhimpur Kheri and the other is from Lucknow.




At the same time, many trains have been canceled due to the danger of corona virus. Cancellation fee will not be levied on the ticket of 168 canceled trains. People will get full refund.

The Health Minister of Karnataka has said that a person has been found corona positive in Kodagu. His travel history is from Saudi Arabia.

Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore: Several churches in the city have been closed to the people in view of the Corona virus. There are 2 positive cases of corona virus in Tamil Nadu so far.

A 23-year-old woman has been found to be corona positive in Chhattisgarh. Her travel history is from the UK. He is placed in quarantine at AIIMS, Raipur.

According to the Maharashtra Health Department, a 22-year-old woman from the UK and a 49-year-old woman from Dubai have been found infected with the corona virus. There have been 47 Corona positive cases in the state.

In view of Corona virus, the entry in all the churches of Delhi has been closed till 31 March.



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