The sprawling Indian capital of New Delhi, home to 20 million, will go under complete lockdown from 6 a.m. Monday through March 31, the minister in charge of the city said Sunday.With three more people reported succumbing to the virus on Sunday, a total of seven patients have died in India, a country of 1.3 billion which has so far reported 360 positive cases, including 27 in Delhi.”No public transport will be allowed and all offices, factories and commercial establishments will remain shut, except those engaged in essential services such as police and fire departments and hospitals,” Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister for the capital, said in a news conference.
He added that all markets and shops — except groceries, pharmacies and other essential suppliers — will be closed till month’s end.Three new coronavirus positive cases were reported in Rajasthan on Sunday, taking the total number in the state to 28, according to PTI. One positive case each was reported from Bhilwara, Jhunjhunu and Jodhpur, Additional Chief Secretary Rohit Kumar Singh said.
He said that out of the total 28 cases, 13 are from Bhilwara and four from Jhunjhunu and rest from other parts of the state including the capital city Jaipur. Singh said that the government is in process if earmarking quarantine facility for 1 lakh people to face any emergency.Dekho eh bhot hi vadi khabr te eh khabr nu share krdeo dabb ke naita bad ch pachtona pe jave.