Lucknow records 90+ new Covid-19 cases in 48 hours!

On Thursday, 32 new Covid-19 cases were reported in the city!

The number of Covid-19 cases in Lucknow is increasing at an alarming rate. On Thursday, 32 new Covid-19 cases were reported in the city while on Wednesday the total number of cases in the state capital touched 930, after 62 new cases were recorded in a single day. The new cases on Wednesday include 8 members of a family in Indira Nagar, 25 PAC Jawans, employees of an insurance company and the house help of a political leader.

On Thursday, 32 new Covid-19 cases were reported in the city!

With the virus having spread to most of the areas in Lucknow, it is highly important for people to stay indoors right now, even though the lockdown has been lifted. The markets are now open and that increases the risk of the Covid-19 spread, which is why it is highly important that one must adhere to the social distancing guidelines while moving out.

Cases in Lucknow doubling in around 17 days!

Chief Medical Officer of Lucknow, Dr. Naresh Agarwal stated, "The cases have multiplied in places where the Covid protocol was broken." The outbreak has affected a number of health-workers, including nurses, doctors and even PAC jawans, police and GRP personnel, this clearly shows the severity of the situation and why people should stay indoors.

According to website, 452 people were infected in Lucknow on June 7 and the total positive cases crossed 900 on Wednesday, 24th June.

Do not risk your lives. Be wise and stay inside

During these difficult times of a pandemic, we request all our readers to practice the lockdown rules imposed upon us and to follow the essential rules of social distancing for the greater good. Remember to wash and sanitise your hands frequently and contact your nearest medical professional at the slightest sign of any of the symptoms.

ICSE & ISC results: Outstanding performance by CMS, SFC & Christ Church students in Lucknow

City Montessori School, St. Francis's College and Christ Church College have set new records.

Lucknow city schools namely City Montessori School, St. Francis's College and Christ Church College show an increase in the overall pass percentage in the Council exams for the academic year of 2019-2020. However, this bettered performance did not receive its due recognition as the council did not declare the toppers list this year. The schools have thus, taken it upon themselves to celebrate and laud the achievements and hard work of their students!

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DM converts Lucknow's Haj House into Covid Care Centre

Covid Care facility set up in Lucknow for asymptomatic patients

In the wake of increasing number of coronavirus cases in the Lucknow, the city's District Magistrate issued an order to convert the Haj House at Sarojni Nagar into a Covid care centre.

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Locust invasion in Lucknow: Swarms spotted around Nirala Nagar, Vikas Nagar & Aliganj

Lucknow spots its first locust swarm in Nirala Nagar, neighbouring areas on alert

Uttar Pradesh's capital Lucknow which was gearing for a locust invasion since the end of June finally spotted its first swarm in Nirala Nagar on Sunday at around 1:15 pm

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Outstanding performance: Martinians in Lucknow celebrate ICSE & ISC board exam results!

LMGC's ICSE results are spectacular as no child has scored below 80%

Picture credits- - Through the lens - Shahab Khan

La Martiniere College and La Martiniere Girls' College congratulated the toppers of ICSE and ISC board exams with the declaration of results on Friday. The exemplary performance of the students in council exams bring much joy in the chaotic and uncertain times of a global pandemic.

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Lucknow DM issues new guidelines to curtail Coronavirus

Partial relief to markets from Monday in Lucknow as per new guidelines issued by the DM

The District Magistrate on Thursday issued a new set of guidelines and safety norms to de-escalate the growing transmission of coronavirus in Lucknow, which saw an unprecedented surge in the month of July. These new guidelines will be imposed in the city from Monday, post the 2 day lockdown that is being observed in the state.

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12 points you should know about the lockdown commencing from July 10 in Lucknow

Weekend lockdown: The lockdown is being enforced in view of the increasing number of Covid-19 cases!

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary through a circular on late Thursday evening announced a three-day lockdown in the state including Lucknow from 10 p.m. on Friday, July 10 to 5.a.m. on Monday, July 13.

This comes after a fresh lockdown was imposed in Kolkata and Patna. According to the government of UP, the lockdown will help in controlling the spread of the novel Coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh.

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