Coronavirus In India LIVE Updates
Coronavirus In India LIVE Updates: Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a video message with the nation today, in the middle of the country's Coronavirus
epidemic, urging people to fight the gloom of coronavirus by burning diyas, candles and torchlight on Sunday, April 5 for 9 minutes at 9 PM.He asked people to keep the house lights switched off during the operation. He also told people during the exercise to stop meeting in place. The lethal virus has taken over 50 lives
in the world and affected over 2500 people.
Reported yet another COVID-19event in Dharavi, Mumbai. A 35-year-old doctor has tested positive. His family has placedin quarantine and they will be screened for Coronavirus today. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is tracing its contacts. Building where it sits in BMC sealed Dharavi. PM discussed the successful completion of 9 days of lockdown in his inspirational video message and called on people around the world to turn off all lights on nine minutes on 5 April at 9 p.m. to demonstrate our bravery and resolve to combat this war.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's message in a nutshell I urge you all to shut off all of your house's lights on 5April at 9 p.m. for 9 minutes, and just light a torch, diya, or handheld flashlight to mark our war against coronavirus. I call on people not to meet anywhere during this time. You don't have to head out on the streets and in the colonies but from your doorsteps and balconies do it.
The manner in which you paid thanks to people battling against COVID-19,on March 22, has become a pattern that many countries are emulating. In this difficult moment, Janata curfew and ringing of bells / clanging utensils made the nation mindful of its solidarity. World Bank approves USD 1 billion of emergency funds to help India tackle COVID-19 epidemic, World Bank has authorised USD 1 billion of emergency funding to help India tackle the coronavirus pandemic that has taken 76 lives and infected 2,500 people around the globe.
The first package of relief programs from the World Bank, amounting to USD 1.9 billion, will help 25 countries and new activities are going forward in over 40 nations using the fast-track mechanism, the bank said on Thursday. India has provided the biggest chunk of emergency financial aid-USD 1 billion
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