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Coronavirus case study - India

Coronavirus Cases in India 

Coronavirus Outbreak Count in India

State wise status of Covid19 cases in India

1st April 2020

28th March 2020

  • Amid Covid19 and India under Lockdown, Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan to start telecasting on Doordarshan television from today.

27th March 2020

  • Indian Govt taking initiatives to provide shelter and foods for migrant labourers.

26th March 2020

Odisha to setup India's largest COVID-19 hospital with 1000 bed capacity.

Indian Govt announces 1.7 Lakh Crore Package for Economy 

  • Each farmer will get ₹2000 during month in April
  • Women account holders in PMJDAY will be given ₹500/ month for next 3 months 
  • Free Gas cylinders for poor families 
  • Wage earners below ₹15,000 / month will be given 24% of their monthly wages in PF Account
  • 80 Crore individuals would get double food grains  for next 3 months 
  • MNREGA wages increased by ₹20
  • EPF workers can recover 75% amount from their EPF funds 

25th March 2020

  • Lockdown implemented across the country.

24th March 2020

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared country wide lockdown from midnight 24-25th March 2020.
  • Uttar Pradesh extend lockdown of Uttar Pradesh to 27th March.
  • Maharashtra crosses 100 Mark, coronavirus cases reached 101
  • Coronavirus is still in stage 2 in India, per ICMR.
  • The Indian government today issued a list of guidelines to be followed by various ministries in the wake of the 21-day lockdown starting 24-25th March Midnight due to Coronavirus outbreak.

23rd March 2020

  • Kerala's Coronavirus cases exceeds Maharashtra's with 91 cases.
  • Maharashtra has the most number of infected coronavirus cases in the country with cases exceeding 89.

22nd March 2020 - #JanataCurfew

  • All roads, public transport, malls, pubs, salons and non-essential stores are closed across the country. Indians seems to be obeying their self imposed #JanataCurfew leading to quite & empty roads and gardens filled with bird chirpings, squirrels. A beautiful world to see where both humans and animals can coexist.
  • People across the country supported #JanataCurfew by drumming thalis, claps and blowing shankhnaad at 5PM for 5 minutes.
  • 80 districts including Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, Amritsar, Ganjam,Chennai, Kanchipuram, Pimpri, Nagpur suspected to have coronavirus cases has been declared lockdown.

21st March 2020 - Saturday

Please cooperate and support to #JanataCurfew this Sunday (22nd March 2020) called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fight against #Coronavirus. With this we may be able to break the chain of this Coronavirus outbreak in India.
  • Highest spike in number of cases in a single day in India, cases rose to 315 on 21st March.
  • Global: New Coronavirus toll exceeds 27,513, new deaths 1,575, total Coronavirus cases so far 303,060. Total deaths so far 12,955.
  • Italy saw highest death in a single day of 21st March - 793 deaths. Total death in Italy exceeds 4825.
  • Lockdown imposed in all major big cities of India including Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Delhi etc.
  • The death toll in Italy, which has reported more than 3,400 fatalities, has overtaken the death count in China, which has reported nearly 3,133 deaths.

Celebrities/Personalities found to be infected by Coronavirus in India

  1. Kanika Kapoor (Singer)

20th March 2020 - Next two weeks are crucial for India.

If we take adequate precaution and break the chain then we can stop the Coronavirus Outbreak else we have a big problem in hand especially for the elderly population. So far so good. India has done well so far in its fight to contain Coronavirus. 

Now we are in stage 3 in which Virus spreads through social contacts & in social gatherings. This is most critical stage & number of confirmed cases spread exponentially everyday like what happened in Italy between last week of February & second week of March. From 300 to 10,000. If India is not able to manage this stage for next 3 to 4 weeks then we could have confirmed cases not in Thousands but in Lakhs. This next one month is crucial. That is why most events & public gatherings have been closed till 15th April.

Just because schools are closed avoid getting that compulsive travel & Holiday bug. Holidays will come next year too why try your luck with Corona specially with children. Marriage functions, Birthday parties etc can wait. Don’t try your luck & that bravado that nothing will happen to me. 

Next 30 days will be most crucial in medical History of India for Coronavirus outbreak. Take all precautions while at home & while outside for any important work. Precaution is not panic.

Be a responsible citizen by following & educating others to remain careful for next one month.

  • #CoronaVirus


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