UP Lockdown: Everything will be closed again in UP, the lockdown will be applicable from 10 to 13 July
Hello, friends Coronavirus infection is increasing rapidly in UP. Everyday cross-infection cases are reported in UP. In such a situation, the Chief Minister of UP Yogi Adityanath has decided to impose in the state from July 10, that is, Friday night from 10:00 am to July 13, that is Monday at 5:00 am. During this period, except for essential services, everything has been ordered to be closed for 3 days.
Medicine and vegetable shops will remain open:
Let me tell you that during this lockdown the traffic services have been stopped once again. Trains will leave, but bus services will be discontinued. With this, all other markets will be completely closed except essential services. Shops like medicines and vegetables will remain open.
Let me tell you that in Uttar Pradesh, the coronavirus is increasing havoc here, there have been more than 31 thousand cases. The number of infections is constantly increasing. So far, around 845 people have died and around 10,000 have active corona cases. While 20,000 people have recovered from it.
Deaths from COVID-19 in India are the lowest among the world: WHO
The Ministry of Health said on Thursday that, COVID-19 cases per 1 lakh population in India and deaths from it are among the lowest in the world. Referring to the World Health Organization (WHO) data, the government said that if the rate of infection per million is calculated, the number of corona cases in India is still very low.
Let us tell you that in the case of Corona cases, America and Brazil are in the first and second place. While India comes third in this. The Ministry of Health has said that the number of people who are free of infection in the country is 1.75 times more than the people undergoing treatment.
9.31% cases positive: Uttar Pradesh
The recovery rate of corona recovering cases has been 62.08%. In the same country, currently, the positive rate is running at 9.31%. This means that 9.31% of the cases are positive out of the samples being tested.
Let us tell you that there have been more than 7,67,000 cases in India. The same total deaths have crossed 21000, and the number of patients who have been cured of the disease so far is more than 47,6000.