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बनारसी पान की शान सड़कों+दीवारों पर फैंकने की आदत को कबाड़ में डालो;मोदी

(नई दिल्ली)बनारसी पान की शान सड़कों+दीवारों पर फैंकने की आदत को कबाड़ में डालो;मोदी
पीएम मोदी के अनुसार बनारसी पान की शान अगर सड़कों +,दीवारों पर ना फैंकी जाए तो कोरोना वायरस को नियंत्रित किया जा सकता है
भारत के प्रधानमंत्रीनरेंद्रमोदी ने आज बनारस के एनजीओ संगठनों से चर्चा के दौरान कहा कि जगह जगह थूकने की आदत को कबाड़ में फेंकना होगा। उन्होंने दो गज की दूरी और लगातार हाथ धोने की आदत अपनाने पर भी जोर दिया

E Registration Mandatory for Road Travellers Entering Punjab

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Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab Govt has strongly advised road travellers entering or transiting through Punjab to self-register, either through COVA app or through a weblink, https://cova.punjab.gov.in/registration, before embarking on the journey. The objective of e-registration is to avoid any inconvenience to the travellers due to crowding and long queues at the border check points.
After registration the primary traveller will receive a confirmation link through SMS.
This will be followed by basic medical screening. After successful medical screening, the process is over. In case a passenger exhibits Covid symptoms, the health staff at the Border Check Point will assist and guide the passenger(s).

Annual Kanwar Yatra Cancelled This Year :Covid 19

(Dehradun)Kanwar Yatra Cancelled :Covid 19
The chief ministers of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana arrived at a consensus to cancel the kanwar yatra this year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The matter was discussed by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat with his Uttar Pradesh and Haryana counterparts Yogi Adityanath and Manohar Lal Khattar via video-conference.
All of them agreed that the annual kanwar yatra, which sees a huge congregation of Shiva devotees in Haridwar, should be cancelled this year.
Saints and seers are also in favour of the yatra being cancelled to prevent huge gatherings of kanwariyas in Haridwar.
The chief minister said he had also spoken to Home Minister Amit Shah, who advised him to take a decision after thinking over it.
Rawat will soon speak to the chief ministers of Punjab, Delhi and Rajasthan over the issue.

Punjab’Vatican Amritsar,today also,Losses four Lives to Covid19

(Chd,Pb) Amritsar,today also,Losses four Lives to Covid19
Amritsar continue to top the COVID-19 tally in the state with 754 Punjab on Saturday reported six fatalities due to coronavirus and 120 fresh cases
The death toll in the state now is 98 with the coronavirus tally reaching 3,952.
Four deaths were reported in Amritsar and one each in Ludhiana and Kapurthala
The state has reported 812 fresh COVID-19 cases since June 15.
On Saturday, Jalandhar reported 47 cases, followed by Amritsar 21, Sangrur 14, Mohali 11, Ludhiana and Patiala seven each, Kapurthala four, Pathankot, Tarn Taran and Fatehgarh Sahib two each, and Moga, Mansa and Barnala one each, the bulletin said.
Seven of the new patients had a travel history to Delhi and Gurgaon.
Forty-two coronavirus patients were discharged, taking the number of people cured of the infection to 2,678.
The state now has 1,176 active COVID-19 cases
Amritsar continued to top the COVID-19 tally in the state with 754 cases, followed by 536 in Jalandhar, 496 in Ludhiana, 213 in Mohali , 206 in Patiala, 204 in Sangrur, 180 in Tarn Taran, 176 in Gurdaspur, 167 in Pathankot, 155 in Hoshiarpur, 121 in SBS Nagar, 94 in Faridkot, 87 in Fatehgarh Sahib, 84 in Rupnagar, 79 in Muktsar, 75 in Moga, 64 in Bathinda, 62 each in Ferozepur and Kapurthala, 55 in Fazilka, 39 in Mansa and 43 in Barnala, it said.
Five patients are critical and on ventilator support, while 21 are on oxygen support, the bulletin said.
So far, 2,35,700 samples have been taken for testing.

Observe 6th Yoga Day ,on 21st June, at Home: PM Modi

रामदेव "अंतराष्ट्रीय योग दिवस" को चुनाव के लिए तैयार महाराष्ट्र के नांदेड़ में करेंगे

रामदेव “अंतराष्ट्रीय योग दिवस” को चुनाव के लिए तैयार महाराष्ट्र के नांदेड़ में करेंगे

(New Delhi)Observe 6th Yoga Day ,on 21st June, at Home: PM Modi
Ahead of the sixth International Day of Yoga, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday urged people to observe the day from the confines of their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Noting that this year’s theme is ‘Yoga at home’ and ‘Yoga with family’, he said due to the pandemic, it has to be observed indoors.
Though yoga day celebrations are an occasion of mass gatherings, due to extraordinary times, this year people should observe the day at their homes, he said in a video message.
Yoga Day is being observed on June 21.
He said the pandemic could have affected the mobility, but not enthusiasm
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Delhi Health Min “Jain” Admitted to Covid 19 Hospital

(New Delhi) Delhi Health Min “Jain” Admitted to Covid 19 Hospital
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Tuesday Tweeted that he has been hospitalised after suffering from high-grade fever and a sudden drop in his oxygen level.
He informed that he was admitted to the Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital (RGSSH) a dedicated COVID-19 facility under the Delhi government.

“Due to high grade fever and a sudden drop of my oxygen levels last night I have been admitted to RGSSH. Will keep everyo

Indian Vatican City Amritsar Losses 4 More Lives To Covid 19

(Chd,Pb) Indian Vatican City Amritsar Losses Four More Lives To Covid 19
Punjab health authorities on Monday reported four more fatalities along with 127 fresh coronavirus infections, bringing the total in the state to 3,267 cases and 71 deaths.
According to a health bulletin, all four deaths were recorded in #Amritsar.
The maximum 33 people tested positive for the infection in #Ludhiana, one of the worst-hit districts.
Twenty-three cases were reported from #Jalandhar; 20 from Amritsar; 15 from Sangrur; 11 from #Mohali; 10 from Patiala; two each from Pathankot, Kapurthala, Hoshiarpur and Ferozepur; and one each from Rupnagar, Moga, Gurdaspur, Faridkot, Tarn Taran an SBS Nagar.
Of them, 17 people had travel history to Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Mumbai, Pune, Haryana and Rajasthan.
Meanwhile, 87 patients recovered from the infection and discharged from various hospitals in the state. The number of cured persons reached 2,443 with this, the bulletin said.
There are 753 active cases in the state as of now.
Amritsar continued to lead the COVID-19 tally in the state with 633 coronavirus cases, followed by 387 in Ludhiana; 347 in Jalandhar; 169 in Gurdaspur; 168 in Tarn Taran; 175 in Mohali; 169 in Patiala; 158 in Sangrur; 145 in Pathankot; 141 in Hoshiarpur; 120 in SBS Nagar; 87 in Faridkot; 80 in Rupnagar; 77 in Fatehgarh Sahib; 73 in Muktsar; 71 in Moga; 57 in Bathinda; 50 in Fazilka; 51 in Ferozepur; 44 in Kapurthala; 34 in Mansa; and 31 in Barnala.
One patient is critical and on ventilator support, the bulletin said.
A total of 1,88,699 samples have been taken so far for testing, it added.

Punjab Demands ₹ 80,845 Crore aid from Centre

(Chd,Pb)Punjab Demands ₹ 80,845 Crore aid from Centre
Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh in a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi pointed towards a ‘large-scale devastation and distress’ caused to the state due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Centre’s urgent intervention was needed to avert any major socio-economic upheaval in the coming future, as also to assure our next generations of safe living and security of livelihood, said the CM demanding an aid of Rs 80,845 crore.
The Punjab government feels that states alone cannot meet the new challenges, therefore, in the true spirit of cooperative federalism, needs the Union government to assist them in an unusually big way, which the country has never seen since the Independence in 1947, the CM said. central schemes should be 100 per cent funded by the Centre in 2020-21
The Punjab government also sought Rs 6,603 crore for improvement in the state’s public health infrastructure.
Besides seeking Rs 5,040 crore as fiscal assistance for the welfare of migrant labourers, the CM demanded that the Inter-State Migrant Workers Act should be revamped to safeguard their interests and basic rights.

Last 24 Hrs Witnessed Highest Spike of 11929 Corona Cases

(New Delhi)Last 24 Hrs Witnessed Highest Spike of 11929 Corona Cases
This takes the number of infections to 3,20,922 on Sunday, while the death toll rose by 311 to 9,195
This is the third day in a row that there were more than 10,000 cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in India, which is the fourth worst-hit nation by the pandemic.
As per Health Ministry
There are 1,49,348 active COVID-19 cases, while 1,62,378 people have recovered and a patient has migrated, according to the ministry data updated in the morning.
The number of recoveries are more than the active cases as 50.60 per cent of the patients have recovered so far
Of the 311 more deaths, 113 were from Maharashtra, followed by 57 in Delhi, 33 in Gujarat and 30 in Tamil Nadu.
There were 20 more fatalities in Uttar Pradesh, 12 in West Bengal and 10 in Rajasthan. Haryana and Telangana registered eight more coronavirus deaths each, followed by seven in Madhya Pradesh, three in Bihar.
Andhra Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Punjab and Uttarakhand reported two deaths each.
Of the total 9,195 deaths, Maharashtra tops the tally with 3,830 fatalities, followed 1,448 by Gujarat and 1,271 in Delhi.
The toll from the pandemic rose to 463 in West Bengal, 447 in Madhya Pradesh, 397 in Tamil Nadu and 385 in Uttar Pradesh. There have been 282 COVID-19 deaths in Rajasthan and 182 in Telangana.
The number of fatalities reached 82 in Andhra Pradesh, 81 in Karnataka, 78 in Haryana and 65 in Punjab. Jammu and Kashmir has reported 55 COVID-19 deaths, followed by 39 in Bihar, 23 in Uttarakhand and 19 in Kerala.
Odisha registered 10 deaths so far, followed by eight each in Jharkhand and Assam, and six each in Chhattisgarh and Himachal Pradesh.
Five people have succumbed to the contagion in Chandigarh, followed by two in Puducherry, and one each in Meghalaya, Tripura and Ladakh, the ministry said.
More than 70 per cent of the deaths have happened due to comorbidities

राहुल ने कोरोना को लेकर सरकारी प्रयासों को पागलपन बताया

(नयी दिल्ली)राहुल ने कोरोना को लेकर सरकारी प्रयासों को पागलपन बताया
कांग्रेस के पूर्व अध्यक्ष राहुल गांधी ने देश में कोरोना वायरस के संक्रमण के मामलों में लगातार हो रही बढ़ोतरी को लेकर शनिवार को सरकार पर परोक्ष रूप से निशाना साधा और कहा कि एक ही चीज बार-बार करके अलग परिणाम की उम्मीद करना ‘पागलपन’ होता है।
उन्होंने एक कथन का उल्लेख करते हुए ट्वीट किया, ‘‘एक ही चीज बार-बार करना और फिर अलग-अलग परिणाम की उम्मीद करना पागलपन है।’’
कांग्रेस नेता ने लॉकडाउन के चारों चरणों में कोरोना वायरस के मामलों में वृद्धि से जुड़ा एक ग्राफ भी शेयर किया।
स्वास्थ्य मंत्रालय के मुताबिक देश में कोरोना वायरस संक्रमण के एक दिन में सर्वाधिक 11,458 मामले सामने आने से शनिवार को संक्रमण के कुल मामले तीन लाख को पार कर गए वहीं संक्रमण से 386 लोगों की मौत होने से मृतक संख्या बढ़कर 8,884 हो गई है।
कोरोना वायरस के मामलों के लिहाज से भारत दुनिया का चौथा सबसे अधिक प्रभावित देश बन गया