The Union Home Ministry has extended its guidelines till 31 January regarding the Corona virus.
New Delhi: The Union Home Ministry (MHA) has extended its guidelines till 31 January 2021 regarding the corona virus. The Home Ministry, referring to the new strain of Corona that came to Britain, said that more caution is needed.
The Ministry of Home Affairs said that the number of patients treated in India is continuously decreasing, but cases are increasing globally.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the states to carefully determine the scope of the Containment Zone, strictly follow the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
This new type of corona virus found in Britain spreads rapidly and is highly contagious.
In view of this, the Civil Aviation Ministry had said that flights going from Britain to India will be postponed from December 23 to 31 in view of the arrival of a new strain of corona virus.
Let us know that after 20,021 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in one day, the infection cases in the country increased to 1,02,07,871 today, of which more than 97.82 lakh people have been cured.
According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry at eight in the morning, after the death of 279 more people, the death toll rose to 1,47,901.
The number of people treated for the seventh consecutive day in the country is less than three lakhs.
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