'Stay indoor, stay safe' is the mantra we all need to strictly follow in Lucknow this week. Lucknow's Coronavirus tally now stands at 160, with more than 60 cases reported in the last 72 hours. This sudden rise in Coronavirus cases were mostly reported from city's Sadar area.


The administration has now identified and marked 17 hotspots in Lucknow. In these hotspots, people are not allowed to move even to avail essential services. The government has only allowed home delivery of essential items. This way, the officials are trying to curtail the spread of the virus.

Following the guidelines of the Union Government, the officials have decided to open a few government offices in Lucknow from Monday. This will help in starting the wheel of the economy. The Lucknow administration is daily monitoring the situation and may soon also permit restaurants to start home delivery.

Doorstep delivery of essential items in hotspot areas

The district administration's door step delivery of essential goods in every hotspot area of Lucknow is now showing ground results. People are reporting that the officials are taking proactive measures and are addressing their queries in a time bound manner. Furthermore, the government has roped in 'Call 112' for delivery of essential items including medicines.

Week 5 of Lockdown in Lucknow starts

We are now in fifth week of lockdown in Lucknow. In comparison to other tier-2 cities such as Jaipur, Surat & Indore, Lucknow is well placed to now flatten the curve and thus it is a a crucial week for Lucknow. The administration has also rammed up testing in Lucknow and are also going to start pool testing in the city's hotspot areas. This will further help in identifying people suffering from Covid-19.

Lucknow district officials may impose night curfew to curtail the spread of 2nd Covid wave

Uttar Pradesh to increase surveillance, amid COVID spike.

In a bid to contain the spread of coronavirus in the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has authorised district officials with the power to impose local restrictions in their jurisdiction, outside containment zones as well. District authorities can now impose preventive protocols such as night curfew, based on the assessment of the COVID-19 situation and need of urgent restrictive measures in Lucknow and other state districts.

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Sunburn launches ‘Sunburn Beach Club’ at Goa's Ozran coastline, where leisure meets luxury

Sunburn Beach Club is pegged to be the perfect getaway where wanderlust meets tranquil panache.

Sunburn launched its first-ever bespoke beach club experience- the Sunburn Beach Club in Goa, which offers a panoramic view of the sea and is just a short drive away from Panjim. The perfect place to unwind after a long week, the Sunburn Beach Club offers comfort amidst the lap of nature, with an expansive sky deck, luxurious indoor lounges, a sundeck and a stunning pool deck. The club is a blend of contemporary and sophistication with a picturesque view and every corner here screams luxury.

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Children not allowed to board Mumbai locals; specific hours set for women commuters

Earlier, women passengers in Mumbai were permitted to travel by local trains under the mission 'Begin Again', in October.

Since the third week of October, the Railways has allowed women to travel in local trains in Mumbai but it was observed that many were boarding the trains along with their children. So in order to curtail the spread of the coronavirus, especially amidst the young ones, the Indian Railways has emphasized on the fact that ladies are not allowed to carry their children along. The scenario of coronavirus cases in the city is deteriorating at an alarming rate with a tally of 2,83,467 confirmed cases and 15,473 active cases.

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As per a statement of the Defence Minister on Monday, the construction of greenfield expressway between Lucknow to Kanpur will commence from March 2021. Further, next year on the birth anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, which falls on December 25, it is being said that vehicles will start plying seamlessly on the Kisan Path.

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Rajasthan's biodiversity gets a kick with the spotting of a Puff-throated Babbler in Udaipur

The bird has been located in the Phulwari Ki Nal Wildlife Sanctuary, in Udaipur district.

The spotting of a new species of babbler bird, has added a new dimension to Rajasthan's rich biodiversity. This newly found small resident bird is a puff-throated babbler, whose scientific name is Pelornius Ruficeps and it has been located in the Phulwari Ki Nal Wildlife Sanctuary, in Udaipur district. The puff-throated babbler was spotted by 3 environmental scientists, namely, Dharmendra Khandal, Satish Sharma and Harkirat Singh Sangha, who are presently working for biodiversity conservation in south Rajasthan.

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