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World Coronavirus: India extends containment until May 31

08:50  18 may  2020
08:50  18 may  2020 Source:   rmc.bfmtv.com

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TN govt extends lockdown until May 31 . Tamil Nadu, which has the second-highest number of coronavirus in the country, will remain on lockdown till May 13, the state government said on Sunday. All these will continue in lockdown 4.0 in red zones as well except for containment areas.

India today extended the countrywide coronavirus -induced lockdown till May 31 and framed new guidelines that largely leave it to states to decide on colour-coding of contagion hotspots and allowing shops and markets, among other economic activities, to resume functioning outside containment

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Indian authorities have extended Sunday by two weeks, until May 31, the national containment put in place to fight against the epidemic of coronavirus, while the number of confirmed cases of contamination in the country exceeds 90,000.

Schools, shopping centers and most public places will remain closed during the period, even if certain exemptions may be granted in the least affected regions, according to a decree published by the Ministry of the Interior.

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The lockdown affecting 1.3 billion people – the world’s largest – has been in force since late March and has been devastating for India ’s poor. The lockdown extension came as India recorded its biggest single-day jump in virus cases with 4,987 new infections in the last 24 hours.

HOME > Coronavirus Pandemic. Combating coronavirus : India extends nationwide lockdown India extended its lockdown to the end of May on Sunday as it reported its biggest single-day jump According to the MHA, within the Red and Orange zones, containment zones and buffer zones will

Large gatherings will still not be authorized at the national level but outside the "red" areas where the virus is actively circulating, added the ministry, "all other activities will be allowed".

Several Indian states immediately announced that they immediately authorized the reopening of most businesses and businesses.

India, the most populous country in the world with more than 1.3 billion inhabitants, has officially recorded 2,872 deaths due to COVID-19.

The confinement put in place on March 25 and extended several times, was to end Sunday at midnight.

(Nigam Prusty, French version Jean-Stéphane Brosse)

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