COVID-19 Cases Cross 9-Lakh Mark; Pune, Bangalore Back In Lockdown Mode
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India's #COVID19 case tally crosses 9 lakh mark with 28,498 new cases & 553 deaths reported in the last 24 hours.— ANI (@ANI) July 14, 2020
Total positive cases stand at 9,06,752 including 3,11,565 active cases, 5,71,460 cured/discharged/migrated and 23,727 deaths: Ministry of Health pic.twitter.com/EnYWzKOTDB
With the rise in infections, the concerns have mounted in all the states. Lockdown has been imposed once again in worst-hit Maharashtra’s Pune. The lockdown, which started this morning, will be implemented in two phases and will last till July 18. Due to this, all shops are closed and police are strictly checking vehicles amid the lockdown.
Similarly, lockdown will be imposed in Karnataka's capital Bangalore from 8 pm on 14th July to 5 am on July 22. Last week, a two-day lockdown was announced in Uttar Pradesh. The state government has now ordered to conduct 50,000 COVID-19 tests per day and announced to continue the lockdown on every Saturday and Sunday.
Maharashtra: Shops closed, and police personnel check vehicles in Pune. Municipal Corporation has ordered lockdown in Pune in two phases from today to July 18, to control the spread of #COVID19. pic.twitter.com/BYSgssrOAj— ANI (@ANI) July 14, 2020