Daily Archives: 2nd April 2020
The ministry stated this in an advisory issued to the states on mobilisation and training of human resource for management of the viral outbreak.
According to the Prime Minister's Office, Netanyahu, 70, will remain in self-quarantine until April 8 as he had frequent meetings with Litzman, reports Xinhua news agency.
Thursday's development comes after the airline has been negotiating with the Unite union for more than a week, a BBC report said, adding that the two sides have reached a broad deal but were yet to sign on some details.
According to UP government officials, the corona suspects were picked up on Wednesday, adding out of the 569, 218 are foreign nationals. The rest include the caretakers and other staff of mosques where Markaz Tablighi Jamaat followers were said to be in hiding.
"From 5 p.m. Wednesday to 10 a.m. Thursday no new cases have been reported," said a health official.
The death sentence of the prime accused Ahmed Omer Saeed Sheikh was commuted to seven years in prison while the other three convicts, Fahad Naseem, Salman Saqib and Sheikh Adil, who were earlier handed life sentences, were set free by the court, Dawn news said in a report.
Sonia Gandhi in her opening remarks slammed the government, saying "the 21-day National Lockdown may have been necessary but the unplanned manner in which it has been implemented has caused chaos and pain in the lives of millions of migrant workers all over India."
"There have been different kinds of complaints related to the domestic violence, in which husbands are abusing them (women) and calling them COVID-19," NCW chairperson Rekha Sharma told the media.
Congress MP T.N. Prathapan, who approached the court, said: "Just fail to understand why the Kerala government has been so adamant on this instead of concentrating on its work to fight coronavirus spread. Giving liquor to those with withdrawal symptoms is an unpardonable act."
In order to reduce crowds and maintain social distancing, token system was implemented at stores giving out ration items.
"One thing that's clear is that we're seeing the mass digitalization of human relations with the crisis, and that will have an inevitable impact," Guterres told Efe news in a telephonic interview.
The latest victim is a 46-year-old woman from Dombivali town in Thane district who returned on March 10 from Bangkok who is suspected to have died of Covid-19 symptoms, but her test reports are awaited.
It marks the first time since 1945 -- during the Second World War -- that the Championships won't take place in a tennis season and the first time it has been cancelled in the Open era.
The announcement on Wednesday evening came just two days before the current lockdown, which started on March 10, was due to end, reports Xinhua news agency.
The decision to pay full salary and incentive to employees of the medical and health department and police personnel was taken at a high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao late Wednesday night.