Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Monday said his government does not plan to impose lockdown again in the state. Dismissing speculations on social media platforms about the lockdown, the chief minister urged people not to get carried away by such “unfounded rumours”. “Following the unlock from June 1, daily life is gradually becoming normal. Business and trade-related activities have also picked up in the state. In such a scenario, the state government does not have any plans to impose the lockdown again,” Rupani said in a statement. (PTI)
Telangana government has chosen to top the testing rates in private labs at Rs 2,200. The treatment charges in the private medical clinics have been topped at Rs 4000 every day for confinement ward, Rs 7500 every day for ICU without a ventilator, Rs 9000 every day for ICU with ventilator office. Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar said the state has led 42,000 tests to date and precluded any network transmission. In the interim, CM KCR has guided authorities to lead tests to around 50,000 individuals in 30 Assembly voting public in 10 days to manufacture certainty among general society.
With more than 11,500 new cases revealed over the most recent 24 hours, the COVID contaminations in India on Monday rose to 3.32 lakh. The loss of life likewise crossed the 9,500-mak to remain at 9520 passings. While about 1.7 lakh individuals have recuperated, there are over 1.5 lakh dynamic contaminations in the nation. Maharashtra, the most noticeably awful influenced state, has more than 1 lakh cases, trailed by Tamil Nadu and Delhi. India is the fourth nation most noticeably awful hit by a coronavirus, after the United States, Brazil, and Russia. All around, over 7.9 million individuals have been contaminated with more than 4.3 lakh passings.