So far in the whole world, there are 1 lakh 26 thousand 656 people affected by Coronavirus. The death toll 4640. Meanwhile, the number of Coronavirus infections in India is steadily increasing. At present, there are 73 people affected in the country. On the other hand, suspicion surrounds multiple people. In such a case, the World Health Organization (WHO) claims that the Coronavirus attacks are pandemic in the world.
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Kerala and Delhi are the most feared with the virus in the country. A sample of the virus was found in the bodies of 14 people in Kerala. On the other hand, more people have been admitted to hospitals in Andhra, Maharashtra, West Bengal and Delhi on suspicion of the Corona. Fears are constantly increasing.
Meanwhile, the center said on Wednesday that the suspension of visa issuance was being issued till April 15. Visa issuers have been suspended until April 15, except for diplomats, and other important agencies. All borders of India have also been closed. Under this situation, it is known that the epidemic disease law is going to be implemented in India.
A meeting of cabinet secretaries was held on Wednesday. It is hereby decided that Article 2 of the Epidemic Diseases Act 1897 will be applied to all the States and Union Territories so that the directives of the Health Minister can be implemented. It is to be noted that the colonial government introduced the law to prevent the bubonic plague epidemic in the former Bombay Presidency in 1890. The second section of the Act empowers the State Government and Union Territories to take special measures and make rules to prevent the spread of disease.
About 6,000 Indians, including 1100 pilgrims and 300 students from Maharashtra and Jammu and Kashmir, are detained in Iran. At the moment, Iran is at the top of the list of Corona-hit countries. In addition, the disease spread to eight countries in the world. The World Health Organization has since revealed that it is no longer just “endemic”, it has taken the form of ‘pandemic’ at the moment the Coronavirus.