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Coronavirus in India: In the year 2020, a class of migrant laborers is also among those who had died by the Corona virus. After the lockdown imposed by the government, a large number of people had made their way to their homes on foot.
New Delhi. The outbreak of Coronavirus has increased once again in the country. Speculations are being made that a big decision can come from the state governments about lockdown anytime. In such a situation, migrant laborers living in major cities like Delhi, Pune and Mumbai have started preparing to return home. Some media reports suggest that a large number of laborers are reaching the railway stations and bus bases present in these cities. In view of the deteriorating Kovid situation in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states on Thursday at 6.30 pm.
In the year 2020, a section of migrant laborers is also among those who suffered the corona virus. After the lockdown imposed by the government, a large number of people had made their way to their homes on foot. During that time, rail, bus and all kinds of travel facilities were banned. Now the workers have once again started to fear the same era. Due to this, they have started returning to their homes. A laborer from Bihar told the news agency ANI, ‘We had to get stuck here during the lockdown. Want to avoid such situations again. At the moment it is better to return home.
Night curfew in these statesNight curfew has been imposed in Maharashtra, the country’s most affected nation. Apart from this, the lockdown has been announced on the weekend. At the same time, a night curfew has been imposed in Delhi till the next 30th of April. Apart from these, strict restrictions continue in many areas of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha.
Things have become so bad in Pune that patients are not getting beds and ventilators for treatment. This situation is in both private and government hospitals. In such a situation, the Municipal Corporation has sought help from the Army. The commissioner claimed that the army has accepted his demand for help. The army hospital in Pune has 335 beds and 15 ventilators. Currently, there are 445 ventilators in Pune and patients are being treated on all. Apart from Pune, the coronid virus has also worsened the condition of many other districts of Maharashtra.