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Lockdown 2.0 Day 1 Updates- India Cases cross 11,000, Google Doodle for Doctors - See Latest
Lockdown 2.0 Day 1 Updates- India Cases cross 11,000, Google Doodle for Doctors

As India moves to Day 1 of lockdown 2.0 Covid-19 cases in India have crossed 11,000-mark today, while 377 people have died so far. Among other developments at national level, Coronavirus hotspots in Delhi have increased to 54 and Maharashtra Police has arrested the man behind Bandra mass gathering. Among international developments Google Doodle pays tribute to packaging, shipping & delivery workers during pandemic, on other hand US President Donald Trump halted the American fund to WHO. The development so far on day 1 of Lockdown 2.0 across India and at International level are laid down.

On day 1 of lockdown 2.0 Coronavirus cases in India marked a new record when more While the death toll rose to 377, the Union Health Ministry said. The country registered 11,439 cases of which 9,756 are active. The numbers come amid news of Meghalaya’s lone Covid-19 patient, a 69-year-old doctor, succumbing to the pandemic early today morning. Here is Lockdown 2.0 day 1 updates-

Lockdown 2.0 Day 1 Updates

Coronavirus Cases in India Cross 11,000-mark- The Ministry of Health and family Welfare in its latest update revealed India has 11,439 coronavirus cases and 377 deaths. The total count includes 1,305 recoveries and 9,756 active cases. Reports revealed that India confirmed 8 deaths and 1,076 new cases in last 24 hours.

Mumbai Police Arrests 'Labour Leader' for Migrants Protests in Bandra- Vinay Dubey has been arrested by Mumbai Police for staging a protest by migrant labourers in Kurla, Mumbai yesterday against the restrictions imposed to curb the spread of Coronavirus

Today's Google Doodle gave tribute to Packaging, shipping, and delivery workers who are providing essential services amid the coronavirus pandemic. According a statement by the search giant, the doodles are a part of a series,

The government of Delhi has listed 55 coronavirus containment zones today including.

Elections to be conducted in South Korea amid Covid-19 -Election Day in South Korea- Queue at least one metre apart, have your temperature taken, use hand sanitizer, put on disposable gloves (masks already on), then you’re allowed inside to vote. Election during a pandemic is definitely intriguing.  

Guidelines issued by the Indian Government for dealing with Covid-19

All public activities barred says Indian Government in the new guidelines issued amid COVID19-Inter-state, inter-district movement of people, metro, bus services continue will be prohibited till May 3, the Ministry of Home Affairs guidelines said. Educational institutions, coaching centres, domestic, international air travel, train services will also remain suspended till this time, it said. Public places like cinema halls, malls, shopping complexes, gymnasiums, sports complexes, swimming pools, bars will also be shut till May 3. All social, political, sports, religious functions, religious places, places of worship shall be closed for public till May 3, it said.

Should Read-Top 10 Big announcement on Lockdown Guidelines

Coronavirus in India- Meghalaya’s lone Covid-19 positive patient dies- The 69-year-old doctor passed away at Bethany Hospital in Shillong. Meghalaya Health Minister AL Hek confirmed the development. Coronavirus in India: Meghalaya’s lone Covid-19 positive patient dies2 hours ago

Death toll rises to 11,000 plus amid the COVID19 - The COVID19 cases in India breached the 11,000-mark today while the death toll rose to 377, the Union Health Ministry said. The country registered 11,439 cases of which 9,756 are active.

Liquor to be banned by the Indian Government- In guidelines for lockdown 2.0, govt bans sale of liquor, allows agriculture.  

All public activities barred says Indian Government in the new guidelines issued amid COVID19-Inter-state, inter-district movement of people, metro, bus services continue will be prohibited till May 3, the Ministry of Home Affairs guidelines said.