The lockdown in India has been extended for another 2 weeks
In areas where the situation is under control in the country, it has been decided to extend the lockdown for 14 days with some leniency: Indian Home Ministry
Mumbai: The lockdown in India has been extended for another two weeks. The Indian Home Ministry has informed that it has been decided to extend the lockdown for 14 days with some leeway in areas under control in the country. The country has been divided into three zones, Red, Orange and Green, and the lockdown will be tightened accordingly.
However, places of worship, schools, universities and means of transportation are closed in the country while goods transport is allowed to come and go. On the other hand, the first corona patient treated with plasma therapy in India has died. The 53-year-old from Maharashtra was the first corona patient to be treated with plasma therapy. However, he died on April 29 at Lilavati Hospital.
The patient has been on a ventilator for the past few days and was given plasma therapy 4 days ago as a last resort to improve his deteriorating condition. According to hospital sources, Corona was admitted to the hospital 10 days ago. At the time, his condition was critical. A 53-year-old patient was given 200 ml of plasma from a patient recovering from corona. Attempts were being made in different countries to treat patients recovering from corona. Is.
The number of corona patients in India has exceeded 35,000 while 1152 patients have died so far. The number of cases in the country is still increasing. In this situation, India has announced extension of curfew till May 17. All kinds of activities have been allowed in the green zones except those which have been banned at the national level.