Meanwhile, the nationwide lockdown for coronavirus defense is on its way to the fifth stage tomorrow (June 1). But after the lockdown was announced on March 25, the fourth lockdown was extended to allow for the most concessions. Strictly speaking, even as the number of coronavirus cases continues to increase, the country will gradually return to normal, but only in the severely affected areas.
Half of the Covid cases in India were reported in the fourth phase of lockdown
Nearly half of the cases reported so far have been confirmed in the fourth phase of the lockdown, which was launched in the country to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Since its launch on May 18, Lockdown 4.0 has infected 85,974 people in India. By the end of the fourth phase, the total number of patients is 1,82,143.
The Union Home Ministry has issued a fifth phase lockdown to give states more powers, including granting concessions. Four states – Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh – have extended the lockdown until June 30. West Bengal has announced that the lockdown will be extended till June 15. But these states have also announced more concessions than ever before.
Covid-19 control; India’s biggest achievement: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that he has fought hard against Kovid-19 with the support of everyone. He was speaking to the nation through the monthly radio program Mann Ki Baat. The Prime Minister said the path to the fight against coronavirus was long. He said most of the economy was working. He also urged people not to be negligent in maintaining social distance, wearing masks and staying indoors while giving concessions on lockdown.
He said the innovative ideas of this crisis moment touched his heart. He said people in rural and urban areas, from small businesses to startups, are creating new ways to fight against coronavirus.
Train services from tomorrow
Long-haul trains will operate in the state from tomorrow. The trains will start in Kerala as part of the resumption of scheduled train services across the country. There will be about 115 trains running in both directions.
There will be seven train services from tomorrow. There are four trains running from outside the state to Mumbai and Delhi via Konkan. Trains will run on the regular schedule until June 10 and the monsoon schedule from June 10.
Covid confirms 61 more people in Kerala today 15 were cured
Kovid-19 confirmed to 61 people in the state today. The highest number of patients are reported from Palakkad district. 12 cases were reported from Kasargod district, 7 from Kannur, six from Kollam and Alappuzha districts, four from Thiruvananthapuram and Pathanamthitta districts, three from Thrissur, one from Malappuram and one from Wayanad and two from Kozhikode and one from Ernakulam.
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