Amidst the incessant dark and doomed news pieces being circulated related to COVID-19 deaths and active cases around the world, including India, it is also important to focus on the positive side of the stories too. In a pleasant turn of events, an elderly Kerala couple have recovered from COVID-19. They had contracted this deadly virus from their children and grandson, who had returned from Italy and the rest of the family too, have now recovered from this disease.
In light of recent events that have occurred almost all over India, Spicejet, the privately run airline, has offered to lend a helping hand to all migrant workers who are stuck in Delhi and Mumbai. Since a major chunk of the migrant labour in these two big cities comes from Uttar Pradesh & Bihar, Spicejet is offering to run flights, to help the migrants' cause.
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The Covid 19 pandemic has been declared a disaster by Lucknow authorities who are trying to contain the impact of this deadly disease. The contagious viral disease which has taken over our communities and our lives has killed over 25 people in the country so far, while also putting the entire nation under a lockdown which is expected to last till 14th April. Hence, it has also put several daily wage workers and unskilled labours out of a job.
We are all currently under a 3 week long lockdown. Being trapped inside our own homes with little to cheer us up, the mood across the nation is quite dreary. However, we have a piece of news that just might cheer your dull faces up. Lucknow has not seen any new Coronavirus case since 20th March.
On last Friday, 4 new Covid-19 positive cases were reported in Lucknow and since then no new coronavirus case has been reported in Lucknow.
The Uttar Pradesh government banned the production and sale of pan masala for the next 21 days, until the end of the nationwide lockdown. One may ask why this move was necessary, and the answer is simple- pan masala can be an easy carrier of the deadly virus.