Coronavirus pandemic: 5 deaths, 206 cases in India; Mumbai offices, Delhi malls to be shut

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As COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread across the world Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, announced ‘Jana ta Curfew’ within the entire nation on March 22, from 7 am to 9 pm — a step to avoid public gatherings and to stop the spread of the deadly novel Coronavirus.

He also urged the countrymen to out in least 10 people a day and tell them about the ‘Jana ta Curfew’ also because the measures to stop Coronavirus.

So far, India has reported 206 confirmed cases of Coronavirus with five deaths, the newest being an Italian tourist, who had reportedly been cured of the COVID-19, died of attack at hospital in Jaipur today.

The rise within the number of confirmed cases comes whilst the govt imposed a near-virtual lockdown, banning public gatherings, stopping international flights from Sunday and shutting down offices and schools.

After CBSE, now ICSE has postponed board exams while the UGC has directed all universities and affiliated colleges to postpone examinations till March-end.

Th global price crossed 10,000 on Friday with 244,421 confirmed cases worldwide. With 3,405 deaths Italy has now become the country with most casualties. China had reported 3,245 deaths however on for a second consecutive day the country has reported zero cases.

Italy surpassed China on Thursday because the country with the foremost deaths from Coronavirus because the UN chief warned “millions” could die if it spreads unchecked round the globe.

In the US, two lawmakers are confirmed positive of the Coronavirus because the number of deaths crossed 150 in America, while about 10,000 people are infected.

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