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Fresh COVID infections drop below 1k-mark in Lucknow after a period of 40 days!

Marked by a steep downward turn over the past 2 weeks, the graph of daily COVID cases in Lucknow is showing some optimistic signs. As per the official records, the count of new detections dipped to 916 on Wednesday for the first time in 40 days. Previously, a fresh infection tally below 1,000 was recorded on April 2 and the cases started rising alarmingly thereafter. Further, the city has 17,614 active patients now and more than 17k patients have recovered in the past 5 days.

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April 2021 accounts for nearly 60% of all COVID infections recorded in Lucknow till date!

With the advent of new mutant strains and increasing speed of infections, Lucknow stands blanketed amid the deadly second COVID wave. While a cumulative tally of 85,879 infections was recorded in Lucknow till March 31, since the start of the pandemic, the case count marked an alarming hike of 138% by the month of April alone. As of now, 2,11,347 individuals have been affected by the fatal contagion in the city and 59.4% of these were registered in the last month.

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Exceeding the count of new COVID-19 cases, 6,035 recoveries recorded in Lucknow on Monday!

After oscillating over the 5k-mark for a period of 13 days, COVID cases in Lucknow lowered to a count of 4,566 on Monday. This figure was registered after the state capital went through a complete lockdown for two days on the weekend. Currently, the city has 50,627 active cases of the COVID virus and 21 fatalities were recorded in the past 24 hours. Besides this, Uttar Pradesh registered 33,574 fresh COVID cases on Monday.

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Section 144 imposed in Lucknow & other districts of UP, in a bid to arrest the 2nd COVID-19 wave

In view of the soaring COVID numbers, the Uttar Pradesh government has imposed restrictions under section 144 in all 75 districts of the state, including the capital city Lucknow. This decision has been taken to prevent an unchecked spread of COVID-19 given that the panchayat elections are scheduled in the near future. Amidst a list of regulations issued through the order, gatherings of more than 5 individuals have been disallowed.

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