CORONA CASE GUJARAT OFFICIAL PRESS NOTE BY HELTH DEPARTMENT DATE 15-5-2020

CORONA CASE GUJARAT OFFICIAL PRESS NOTE BY HELTH DEPARTMENT DATE 15-5-2020

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Extend Lockdown till May 31, Nitish Suggests PM Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has given written advice to PM Modi to extend the lock down by May 31. He said that during this time states should get the right to give concessions. Nitish Kumar has said, “Since the migrant laborers are moving in a big way in the state, the state lockdown should be continued till May 31. Schools, colleges, cinemas, interstate trains and buses, civil aviation, cinema hall gyms, restaurants, coaching institutes, places of religious congregation, etc. should also be closed. ”

254 CRPF personnel contacting COVID-19 has the force worried There seems to be no respite for the Central Reserve Police Force which is battling a different enemy — COVID-19. As on Thursday, three more of its personnel were detected with the deadly virus, taking the total number of affected personnel to 254. Out of the 254 cases, only five have recovered so far while one trooper of the paramilitary force has succumbed. There are 248 active cases in the CRPF as of now. The 31st Battalion based in East Dehi’s Mayur Vihar has been the worst hit. This unit shares the bulk of the cases plaguing the CRPF. So much so, it has been quarantined completely and the probe too has been reportedly ordered to ascertain what has gone wrong.

The tests that are within the control of the central programme are counted when they’re processed in our laboratories. For any tests that go outside the control of the central programme, they’re counted when they leave the programme, for example the tests that are mailed out to people at home and the tests that are sent out via satellite sites.

For clinical reasons, some people are tested more than once. Therefore the number of tests completed may be higher than the number of people tested. For serology testing (pillar 4), some protocols allow for samples to be tested repeatedly. Samples are anonymised prior to sending to the lab for testing, therefore the identification of individuals tested is not possible in the current reporting process, and so the number of people tested is not reported.

As of 5pm on 14 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, 33,998 have died. This new figure includes deaths in all settings, not just in hospitals. The equivalent figure under the old measure would have been 28,010.

Updated with figures reported on 29 April, including deaths in all settings, and updated notes on reporting of deaths figures. Figures for 30 April will follow later today.

The total number of Covid-19 cases in India currently stands at 83,072, according to the figures appearing on the worldometers website at 1941 hours on Friday. With this, the country has become the 11th most infected nation in the world, ahead of even China, from where the disease spread to different parts of the world.

55 fresh Covid-19 cases in Rajasthan; total 4,589 Rajasthan recorded 55 fresh coronavirus cases on Friday, taking the state’s virus tally to 4,589, an official said. The state has so far seen 125 deaths due to the virus, with Jaipur accounting for 63 deaths. “As many as 55 fresh cases have been reported in nine districts of the state today, including 29 in Kota district,” Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Rohit Kumar Singh said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a massive financial package of Rs 20 lakh crore to revive, reform and make the country self-reliant, while at the same time welcoming foreign capital and strengthening of supply chains .Besides, the Prime Minister announced stimulus measures which will take the total amount announced by the Ministry of Finance and the RBI to a total of Rs 20 lakh crore or 10 per cent of the GDP. The Prime Minister also announced the fourth extension of the nationwide lockdown starting from May 18. He said that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will elaborate on the allotment of the financial package which is equal to 10% of India’s GDP. He also pitched for the use of products manufactured in the country, saying the novel coronavirus outbreak has taught us the importance of local manufacturing, local market and local supply chain.The death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 2649 and the number of cases climbed to 81,970 in India, according to the Union health ministry. The number of active COVID-19 cases stood at 51,401 while 27,919 people have recovered and one patient has migrated.

GUJARAT CORONA CASE HELTH DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL PRESS NOTE 15-5-2020

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