Govt will announce new guidelines for next 14 days of lock down

"Let's live with the hardship a little longer for a better tomorrow"

"Let's live with the hardship a little longer for a better tomorrow"
Coronavirus has spread to 185 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 17,77,607 and 1,08,877 have died; 12,64,241 are active cases and 4,04,489 have recovered as on April 12, 2020 at 8:28 am.
In India, there are 8,356 confirmed cases including 273 deaths. The number of active cases is 7,367 and 716 have recovered as on April 12, 2020 at 8:00 am.

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said today "Let's live with the hardship a little longer for a better tomorrow," he said in a statement on Tuesday, as two weeks of the 21-day nationwide lockdown in force from March 25 ended.

The government of India will announce guidelines for relaxation of lockdown for certain sectors including agriculture, industries and government offices in one or two days, Karnataka chief minister B S Yediyurappa said after a video conference of chief ministers in the country with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday.

Mr Naidu said the next week would be critical in deciding on an exit from the lockdown. The data on the extent and rate of spread of the COVID-19 infection would have a bearing on exit strategy, he said.
  • In another 15 days we will relax lockdown in a graded manner the Prime Minister said. In next one or two days the Government of India will announce guidelines for the next 15 days,'' the Karnataka chief minister said on Saturday evening after the video conference.
  • Agricultural and industrial sectors will be given relaxations, government offices will be allowed to function with partial strength and he will announce these things in the next two days,'' Yediyurappa said after the meeting. The Karnataka CM did not speak at the meeting.
  • Prime Minister told us that we must not compromise on the lockdown and that there are suggestions to extend lockdown for 15 days. The PM appreciated CMs for giving constructive and practical suggestions. He said that the next two or three weeks are critical and these weeks will decide if we have succeeded or failed,'' Yediyurappa said quoting the PM.
  • If the situation worsens we have to face a crisis,'' he quoted the PM as saying. ``The central government is fully with the states and there is improved situation on medical facilities,'' he said. The PM also told stated not to tolerate misbehaviour with medical staff, he said.

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