Punjab increases lockdown after Odisha, cabinet takes unanimous decision

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After Odisha, now the Government of Punjab increases lockdown has decided to extend the lockdown period. The lockdown period has been extended to 21 days. The decision was taken unanimously in a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh. According to the news agency PTI, Punjab’s Special Chief Secretary KBS Sidhu said that the Punjab Cabinet has extended the curfew in the state till April 30. New cases of Kovid-19 are continuously coming up in Punjab. Chief Minister Amarinder also gave information about the state of the state today.

The lockdown has been stretched out by 21 additional days from today. During this period, severe implementation will be done in the whole state.
The Punjab Cabinet drove by Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has expanded the check-in time in the state by 21 additional days to May 1. Punjab is the subsequent state to do as such. The Cabinet has additionally chosen to elevate Classes 5-8 to the following classes. The Cabinet roped in previous Planning Commission boss Montek Singh Ahluwalia to lead a financial board of trustees once the coronavirus circumstance standardizes.

In the battle against #Covid19, I might again want to thank all Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, Sanitation Workers, Police, Patwaris, Asha and Anganwadi Workers, Food and Supplies staff and full group under DCs for all the difficult work. We as a whole owe it to you and you have all our help.
The complete number of coronavirus cases in India has ascended to 6,761, including 206 passings. Prior, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said the number of novel coronavirus cases were expanding in a couple of states, and that the worldwide experience proposed that it would take 5 a month and a half to straighten the bend of this infection.


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