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All educational institutes in Lucknow & other districts of UP to remain closed till January 30

In line with the accelerating rate of COVID in Lucknow and the entire state, all schools and colleges in Uttar Pradesh will remain closed till January 30. Notably, all educational institutes were directed to discontinue offline classes till January 23, however, as per the order released by the state administration it has now been extended for another week. Read on to know more about the order.

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Despite an improvement in oxygen supply & bed availability, Lucknowites still stranded for help

The fourth week of March heralded the arrival of the second wave of Coronavirus in Lucknow and now that it has been 3-4 weeks, we can expect more recoveries in the upcoming weeks. In the last 24 hours alone, 5960 patients have been discharged post their recovery, which is the direct result of the efforts put in by the medical fraternity and the state government to manage this crisis. However, this light at the end of a dark tunnel seems to be lacking in warmth! So, even though the situation has considerably improved in the past 15 days, the conundrum of the adequacy of the measures put in force still persists.

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Lucknow crosses 9000 mark, 4345 Coronavirus cases currently active

The capital city of Uttar Pradesh reported 507 new Coronavirus Cases on Monday. Lucknow is witnessing a sharp rise in positive Coronavirus cases since last 3 weeks now. Overall 9193 cases of the novel Coronavirus are reported in Lucknow. Currently, 4345 patients are undergoing treatment in the city and 4728 people have recovered.

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Coronavirus Update: A crucial week for Lucknow begins!

'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.

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12 men found in Lucknow's Sadar are from Saharanpur; area disinfected

Lucknow has been under the radar when it comes to the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country. While the last Covid 19 positive case in Lucknow on 31st March, after being virus free for 9 days, 12 new cases have surfaced in the city, yesterday itself. The number of positive cases in Lucknow soared yesterday after 12 men who were found in the city's Sadar mosque tested positive for the life claiming disease.

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