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As more cities across India impose restrictions, local police have also started to monitor to deter the public from violating Covid standards. (Express photo by Kamleshwar Singh)
Coronavirus India Lockdown Live Updates: It was in 2020. As the world accepted the novel coronavirus, India also realized its intensity. It was March 22, 2020 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a one-day “ Janta curfew ” across India. Prime Minister Modi said on his national broadcast that the “Janta curfew” would help people prepare for the days to come. People stayed inside and it was a largely successful event. A day later, Prime Minister Modi announced a nationwide lockdown. Phase 1 of the total lockdown was observed from March 23 to April 14.
A year later, it seems that not much has changed. Thanks to scientists and researchers around the world, we finally have a range of vaccines that are reasonably effective in spreading the fight against Covid-19 infections. However, as India watches the second wave of the coronavirus, the nation must admit that there have been many gaps at the community level. India has seen the biggest increase in fresh coronavirus cases in the past week. Although the Prime Minister and health experts have said that total lockdown is not essentially the solution, what we are seeing now is an unfortunate recap of what we went through in 2020. State after state, local authorities crack down on lockouts, nighttime curfews and restrictions. interstate movement. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, and other cities will enter the nighttime curfew from tonight. Tamil Nadu has closed schools. Maharashtra sees yet another peak. You have to realize that the virus has no schedule! The only way to fight the coronavirus is to have strict mask discipline, avoiding going out into public spaces as much as possible and washing your hands frequently. Social distancing and saying no to large gatherings is how you can stay safe.
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