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14-day home quarantine mandatory for all flyers landing in Lucknow

After a pause of two months due to the COVID-19 crisis at hand, the centre has allowed domestic flight operations but this time, there are new rules and regulations to be followed. Lucknow's Chaudhary Charan Singh airport became functional again and flyers coming back to the city from anywhere across India, have been instructed to stay in home-quarantine for 2 weeks.

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Lucknowites, are you practicing and following these 5 things to fight the Coronavirus chaos?

In such times of a fatal pandemic outbreak, we're being given new directives to follow every other day by the authorities. It is absolutely crucial to follow them to flatten this raging curve and the primary step is to stay home of course. But even amidst such a chaos, there are certain things which we need to remember on a humane level to maintain our sanity, while being helpful to others too! So here are 5 things which should be mindful about and put into practice, during these chaotic and baneful circumstances.

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Kanpur Covid-19 update: 54 patients recovered in the last 24 hours

Amidst the ongoing corona crisis, Uttar Pradesh presently has over 3,500 confirmed COVID-19 cases and over 1700 recovered patients. Out of all the cities in UP, Kanpur is one of the worst-hit places with over 300 victims and 56 deaths but in a pleasant turn of events, on Tuesday itself, 54 recovered patients went back home after successfully battling the infection.

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A record number of COVID-19 patients recovered in Lucknow on May 6, stirring positivity

During such testing times when news pieces are nothing but disturbing, it is also essential to keep our eyes focused on the hopeful part of the situation. Although Uttar Pradesh has around 3,000 confirmed cases of corona at the moment, there are over 1100 recovered patients till date and on the 6th of May itself, Lucknow witnessed the recovery of 90 COVID-19 patients.

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Mumbai Police warns citizens flouting social distancing rules; relaxations may be reconsidered

In the light of the several overcrowded areas in Mumbai due to the sales of liquor on Monday, Mumbai Police officials have warned the citizens against flouting social distancing rules. Maharashtra is the worst hit state in India in terms of the corona pandemic but this relaxation led to the disregarding of norms set by the health experts.

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