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Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Delhi Police to prohibit assembly for protests or social events till 31 March in bid to curb COVID-19 spread
India

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Delhi Police to prohibit assembly for protests or social events till 31 March in bid to curb COVID-19 spread

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: The Delhi Police said that to prevent the spread of coronavirus, they appeal to the general public to "not assemble at any place for protest, dharna, rally, entertainment or any other purpose, whether in close space or outside" till 31 March.

Coronavirus outbreak: ASI-protected monuments including Taj Mahal, central museums to remain shut till 31 March
India

Coronavirus outbreak: ASI-protected monuments including Taj Mahal, central museums to remain shut till 31 March

An order regarding the same has also been issused by the ASI, there are 3,691 centrally protected monuments and sites under the ASI

Coronavirus outbreak: Mamata Banerjee invokes Epidemic Diseases Act in West Bengal, asks people to not hide COVID-19 symptoms
India

Coronavirus outbreak: Mamata Banerjee invokes Epidemic Diseases Act in West Bengal, asks people to not hide COVID-19 symptoms

Mamata Banerjee said, 'The reason behind enacting this Act is to ensure public health and safety'

Coronavirus outbreak: Epicentre of COVID-19, Wuhan confirms one more case; China reports 13 deaths taking toll to 3,226 in country so far
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Coronavirus outbreak: Epicentre of COVID-19, Wuhan confirms one more case; China reports 13 deaths taking toll to 3,226 in country so far

Wuhan along with the entire Hubei province with over 50 million people was kept under total lockdown since 23 January banning all movement of transportation after the virus first emerged in December

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Social distancing not enough, comprehensive approach required, says WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
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Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Social distancing not enough, comprehensive approach required, says WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: While pointing out that social distancing measures can help to reduce COVID19 transmission and enable health systems to cope, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesuscautioned that such measures aren't enough on their own and urged countires to take a comprehensive approach.

'Test, test, test': Amid COVID-19 pandemic, WHO says countries must urgently increase testing, asserts outbreak can't be fought blindfolded
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'Test, test, test': Amid COVID-19 pandemic, WHO says countries must urgently increase testing, asserts outbreak can't be fought blindfolded

The World Health Organization called on all countries on Monday to ramp up their testing programmes as the best way to slow the advance of the coronavirus pandemic. "We have a simple message to all countries — test, test, test," WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a press conference on Monday.

Podcast, Dr Aiswarya Explains: As coronavirus cases rise, here are the best ways to protect yourself from germs without a mask
India

Podcast, Dr Aiswarya Explains: As coronavirus cases rise, here are the best ways to protect yourself from germs without a mask

The novel coronavirus, recently declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, poses major public health challenges for India. As the country seeks to battle the infection, accurate information is key.

Coronavirus outbreak: Bangladesh imposes ban on entry of Europeans, to close educational institutes from 18 to 31 March
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Coronavirus outbreak: Bangladesh imposes ban on entry of Europeans, to close educational institutes from 18 to 31 March

'All educational institutions across the country will remain closed from 18 to 31 March', said Deputy Minister for Education Mohibul Hassan Chowdhoury

Coronavirus outbreak: Shaheen Bagh protesters must comply with ban on gatherings of over 50 people, says Arvind Kejriwal
India

Coronavirus outbreak: Shaheen Bagh protesters must comply with ban on gatherings of over 50 people, says Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday announced that any gatherings, whether religious, family, social, political or cultural, of over 50 people will not be allowed in the National Capital till 31 March in view of the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus outbreak: Health authorities prescribe 'social distancing' as way to keep spread of COVID-19 in check; what does it entail?
India

Coronavirus outbreak: Health authorities prescribe 'social distancing' as way to keep spread of COVID-19 in check; what does it entail?

With cases of the novel coronavirus in India increasing to 114 on Monday, the Centre and state governments are doubling down on measures to curb the spread of the flu-like disease that has claimed over 5,000 lives worldwide and has infected at least one lakh people.

No religious, social, political gatherings of more than 50 people allowed in Delhi till 31 March in view of coronavirus, says Arvind Kejriwal
India

No religious, social, political gatherings of more than 50 people allowed in Delhi till 31 March in view of coronavirus, says Arvind Kejriwal

The Delhi government has also closed down gyms, nightclubs and spas till March end, the chief minister said at a press conference

Odisha reports first coronavirus case; 33-year-old returned from Italy on 6 March, being treated in Bhubaneswar's Capital Hospital
India

Odisha reports first coronavirus case; 33-year-old returned from Italy on 6 March, being treated in Bhubaneswar's Capital Hospital

'His condition is stable and he is not showing any other complications', state government's chief spokesperson on coronavirus cases Subroto Bagchi told reporters

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Maharashtra closes malls till 31 March, postpones exams up to Class 9 as number of reported cases rises to 26
India

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Maharashtra closes malls till 31 March, postpones exams up to Class 9 as number of reported cases rises to 26

Coronavirus Outbreak Updates:The government on Saturday put the number of coronavirus positive cases in the country at 84 and issued directives to states specifying list of items and norms of assistance for containment of COVID-19 under their disaster funds

India records second coronavirus death as confirmed cases rise to 82; WHO says Europe now epicentre of COVID-19
India

India records second coronavirus death as confirmed cases rise to 82; WHO says Europe now epicentre of COVID-19

India recorded the second death due to the novel coronavirus pandemic on Friday night after a 69-year-old woman passed away in Delhi's Ram Manohar Lohia hospital. This is the first death due to COVID-19 in the National Capital, which reported six cases of the flu-like disease that has claimed more than 5,000 lives worldwide and infected more than one lakh people in 116 countries.

Over 700 people under surveillance at firm of Noida man who tested positive for COVID-19 today
India

Over 700 people under surveillance at firm of Noida man who tested positive for COVID-19 today

More than 700 people working in a leather company in Greater Noida have been put under surveillance after a Delhi-based director of the firm tested positive for novel coronavirus, officials said on Friday

Coronavirus pandemic also a clash between authoritarian and democratic models where China and India present two test cases
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Coronavirus pandemic also a clash between authoritarian and democratic models where China and India present two test cases

The speedy and transparent dissemination of information is critical in battling a pandemic, and India has so far shown alacrity in taking proactive steps and augmenting healthcare.

India records first coronavirus death after 76-year-old man passes away in Karnataka, Delhi govt shuts theatres, schools as cases rise to 74
India

India records first coronavirus death after 76-year-old man passes away in Karnataka, Delhi govt shuts theatres, schools as cases rise to 74

India recorded its first coronavirus-related death late on Thursday after a 76-year-old man from Kalaburgi in Karnataka passed away and was confirmed positive for the COVID-19 disease, the state government said, adding that contact tracing, isolation and other measures are being taken.

Coronavirus can live in the air for three hours, upto two to three days on plastic and stainless steel
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Coronavirus can live in the air for three hours, upto two to three days on plastic and stainless steel

A study found that viable virus could be detected up to four hours on copper and up to 24 hours on cardboard.

Coronavirus spread slows down in China as Hubei records single digit new cases
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Coronavirus spread slows down in China as Hubei records single digit new cases

Domestic spread has slowed down in the past seven days due to weeks of strict measures imposed to control the movement of people and traffic.