The Indian Prime Minister has announced Janata Curfew on Sunday in the wake of COVID 19 outbreak

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced Janata Curfew on Sunday in the wake of COVID 19 outbreak. It will be self-imposed and self-regulated and will be effective from 7 in the morning till 9 in the evening. He said, no one should step out of their homes during this period except those people in essential services. India has also banned entry of all international commercial passenger flights from Sunday for one week. California has issued a “stay at home” order to residents as it tries to stem the march of the coronavirus across the most populous US state.
Governor Gavin Newsom told Californians they should only leave their homes when necessary during the pandemic.
A Japanese government panel of experts has given proposals on nationwide voluntary cancelations and postponements of events to help contain the spread of the new coronavirus. The panel warned that if areas with a sustained increase in patients with unclear routes of infection spread across the nation, it could lead to a massive epidemic with an explosive rise in infections. The Portuguese government has declared a state of emergency for the entire country to combat the new coronavirus.
The government yesterday instructed shops to suspend operations with the exception of stores selling daily necessities. It also asked people to stay home.
US President Donald Trump has decided to cancel this year’s in-person summit meeting of G7 leaders in light of the coronavirus outbreak.The White House says the G7 leaders will instead hold a videoconference.
Russia’s sanitary watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has launched tests of a vaccine against the novel coronavirus. South Korea recorded fewer than 100 new daily virus cases again today, but health authorities remained on high alert over new cluster infections and imported coronavirus cases.
The 87 new cases, which were detected yesterday, brought the nation’s total number of infections to 8,652. So far, 94 people, mostly elderly patients with underlying illnesses, have died in South Korea from the respiratory virus.

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COVID-19 Situation Report
2020-Apr-01 | 12:04

Total Confirmed Cases - 143
Active Cases - 124
New Cases - 0
Total number of individuals in hospitals - 231
Recovered & Discharged - 18
Deaths - 2