There is a constant increase in the numbers despite the nationwide lockdown. The government is now scared of the future. Hence, they are doing whatever they can to stop the virus from spreading. But things have been out of control since the happening at Nizamuddin.
Recent Developments in the situation
- Maharashtra, the most affected area so far, has registered 1,135 positive cases.
- More than 15 lakh people are infected all across the globe.
- There are indications that the government will not fully lift the lockdown on 15th April.
- Ministers from various states have requested the Central government to extend the lockdown for people’s benefit.
- Delhi Government has sealed 13 more places in the capital city. No one is allowed to enter and exit these areas. Below is the list of Corona hotspots.
- The area near Gandhi Park, Malviya Nagar
- Gali No. 6, L 1 Sangam Vihar
- Shahjahanabad society, Sector 11, Dwarka
- Dinpur Village
- Markaz Masjid and Nizamuddin Basti
- Nizamuddin West (G and D block) areas
- B Block Jahangirpuri
- House No 141 to House No 180, Gali No. 14, Kalyanpuri Delhi
- Mansara Apartments, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi
- 3 Galis of Khichirpur, including House No. 5/387 Khichirpur Delhi
- Gali No 9, Pandav Nagar
- Vardhman Apartments, Mayur Vihar
- Mayurdhwaj Apartments, Patparganj
- Gali No. 4, from House No. J- 3/115 to House No. J- 3/10 Kishan Kunj Extension
- Gali No. 4, from House No J- 3/101 to J – 3/107 Krishan Kunj Extension
- Gali No. 5, A Block, West Vinod Nagar
- J, K, L and H pockets in Dilshad Garden
- G, H, J, Blocks in Old Seemapuri
- F- 70 to 90 block of Dilshad Colony
- Pratap Khand, Jhilmil Colony
To get the recent updates of the Coronavirus, visit the official government website, https://www.mohfw.gov.in/.
Here are the state-wise numbers of infected people.
Andhra Pradesh – 348
Andaman and Nicobar Islands – 11
Arunachal Pradesh – 1
Bihar – 38
Chandigarh – 18
Chhattisgarh – 10
Delhi – 669
Goa – 7
Gujarat – 179
Haryana – 147
Himachal Pradesh – 18
Jammu and Kashmir – 158
Jharkhand – 4
Karnataka – 181
Kerala – 345
Ladakh – 14
Madhya Pradesh – 229
Maharashtra – 1135
Manipur – 1
Mizoram – 1
Odisha – 42
Puducherry – 5
Punjab – 101
Rajasthan – 381
Tamil Nadu – 738
Telangana – 427
Tripura – 1
Uttarakhand – 33
Uttar Pradesh – 361
West Bengal – 103
Looking at the increasing numbers, the government has decided to focus immensely on testing and has strictly quarantined the infected areas. In some places, police officials are monitoring the area with drones. The government is trying to provide all necessities to the locals at their doorsteps. We will deal with this situation of crisis as a united nation. Let’s pray for the best.