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Two more patients infected with the coronavirus have been confirmed in Lucknow on Thursday. This morning there was a report of these two people, in which both were found positive. That is, the total number of patients in Uttar Pradesh has increased to 19. These include 8 patients from Agra, 2 from Ghaziabad, 4 from Noida, 5 from Lucknow, one of whom is a resident of Lakhimpur, but he has been identified from a sample from Lucknow. The patient from Lucknow is a resident of Nishatganj, while the other patient is from Lakhimpur. Both the patients have been admitted to KGMU at present. For the Lakhimpur patient, the CMO of his district has been informed so that those who come in contact with him can be investigated.

The first positive case of COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh has revealed the first positive case of coronavirus in Chhattisgarh. The age of the infected person is 24 years old, who returned from London to Raipur on Sunday. The Health Ministry has given information about this by tweeting.

Maharashtra has the worst condition due to two new Corona virus. Two new cases were also found in Maharashtra on Thursday morning. A 22-year-old girl who came from London. His result has come positive. Apart from this, the result of a 45-year-old woman in Ulhasnagar has also come positive. She came from Dubai. So far, 47 cases have been reported in Maharashtra.

Isolation of 400 beds to be made in Noida No positive 4 cases have been found in Noida adjacent to Ward Delhi. After this, the administration has started preparations on a war footing to deal with Corona. Isolation wards will be made for patients in two private hospitals lying closed in Noida. The work of making this 400-bed isolation ward will start from today. At present, there is a provision to keep only 19 patients in the district.

A suspicious patient committed suicide in Delhi on Wednesday night amid growing infection of Jankhorona by a man in Delhi. The person from Punjab had returned from Australia yesterday and was admitted to Safdarjung Hospital directly from Delhi Airport on the complaint of headache. The special thing is that Corona was not confirmed in it.


India’s largest carrier IndiGo has grounded about 16 planes out of its total fleet of 260 aircraft, says an IndiGo source. The airline is also planning to ask its employees to take 10-20 per cent salary cuts as it grapples with the impact of coronavirus on domestic and international flights. The load factors have gone down substantially on domestic flights. The domestic flights are flying almost half empty, and the passengers on international flights are even lower,” says an IndiGo official on condition of anonymity.


India is planning a rescue package worth as much as $1.6 billion (Rs 11,900 Crore) for the aviation sector, which has been battered after the coronavirus outbreak forced countries to close borders and brought air travel to a near-halt, two government sources told Reuters.

The Finance Ministry is considering a proposal that includes the temporary suspension of most taxes levied on the sector, including a deferment of aviation fuel tax, said the sources, who have direct knowledge of the matter.

The rescue package, proposed by civil aviation ministry, is likely to be worth up to 100-120 billion rupees, the two sources said. “Taxes could be deferred till the coronavirus spread is contained and the aviation sector can come back to its feet,” one of the sources said, adding that the companies could be permitted to pay the taxes interest-free in the next tax cycle.

The coronavirus has infected over 200,000 people and caused nearly 8,500 deaths in 164 nations, triggering emergency lockdowns and injections of cash unseen since World War Two.

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