The Coronavirus has hit a fifth in the nation. Italian national has expired in Rajasthan. He was affected with Corona. The number of marks has passed 200 by Friday time. 20 of these have been cured. Four new cases were found in Lucknow on Friday. Now 9 patients are being treated at KGMU hospital in Lucknow. Corona has now spread to 20 states and Maharashtra is the worst affected.
If we talk about the coronavirus cases state-wise, 3 in Andhra Pradesh, 12 in Delhi, 17 in Haryana, 15 in Karnataka, 28 in Kerala, 49 in Maharashtra, one in Punjab, 9 in Rajasthan, 3 in Tamil Nadu, 16 in Telangana. , 4 patients have been reported in Jammu and Kashmir, 8 in Ladakh, 23 in Uttar Pradesh, 3 in Uttarakhand, 2 in Odisha, 2 in Gujarat, 2 in West Bengal, one in Chandigarh, one in Puducherry and one in Chhattisgarh.
9 patients of Corona are being treated at KGMU in Lucknow. If the number of positive patients is seen district-wise, then 8 people are from Lucknow, while one patient is from Lakhimpur Kheri. At present KGMU has a total of 9 corona positive patients admitted, including 3 people from a family returned from Europe. Of the four positive cases reported today, 2 are women, 20 and 28 years old, while men are 35 and 37 years old.
Apart from this.
He was over 60 years of age. Apart from this, an Italian citizen has died in Rajasthan today. He was undergoing treatment for several days.
- Swedish retailer IKEA said on Thursday that it will be temporarily closing its only shop in India due to coronavirus. The furniture giant said that its Hyderabad store will be closed for all its customers from 3 pm on March 20. It added that customers would still be able to shop online.
- “We have been listening to the advice of the Indian government, guidance from our global group and customer and co-worker feedback. We have taken a day-by-day and hour-by-hour approach, evolving our assessments and decisions as new information becomes available. We are evaluating and making decisions based on the local situation,” said Peter Betzel, IKEA CEO.
Betzel announced in a statement that IKEA workers have already been suggested to work from home. “We ask all co-workers at our Navi Mumbai IKEA store build-up who are dependent on public transport, to work from home and we will continue the dialogue about how best to protect co-worker’s wellbeing whilst enabling our work and ambitions to continue,” he said in the statement.