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New Delhi: Corona virus cases are increasing rapidly in India. In such a situation, all the states of the country have now decided to withdraw the slack in Unlock 1. At the same time, some states are considering putting a shutdown once again. India has reached number four in the world in terms of corona case. So far 2.98 lakh cases have been reported in India. At the same time, more than 8500 people have died.

According to information received from the Health Department, the corona epidemic will be at its peak in Punjab in the next 2 months. Earlier on Tuesday, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh announced that all types of activities should be banned on weekends and public holidays. During this period, traffic will continue only for essential services. They have to download e-pass for this. However, the industry will remain open during this time.

Apart from this, Amarinder Singh said, 500-800 vehicles are coming from Delhi to Punjab every day. In such a situation, strict rules should be followed for these people. Testing of all these should be mandatory.

In view of the ever increasing cases, the Madras High Court on Thursday asked the government why the lockdown cannot be imposed in Chennai. A reply has been sought from the government on Friday. Only 70% of the total cases of Tamil Nadu are in Chennai. At the same time, 258 people have died here.

In Congress-backed Jharkhand, Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Thursday called for a complete lockdown in the state. So that increasing cases can be detected in the state. Apart from this, Kerala has decided to re-create containment areas and make strict rules in them.

Indore and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh have the highest number of cases of corona. In such a situation, the state government has decided that Rajdhani will remain closed for two days on weekends. Bhopal will be open only 5 days a week. Judging by the growing case of Corona. Home and Health Minister Narottam Mishra said, “The entire state has recovered, now the main focus is on Bhopal.”

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