With extra relaxations, Tamil Nadu government expands Covid-19 lockdown till October 31
The Tamil Nadu government, on Tuesday, broadened the COVID-19 lockdown till October 31 with specific relaxations. As indicated by the new guidelines, instructive establishments will keep on staying shut. The number of homegrown trips to land at Chennai air terminal will be held restricted to 100 every day. The administration additionally allowed film shootings with a limit of 100 individuals all at once allowed.
According to the new standards, inns will be permitted to work from 6 am to 9 pm and bundle administrations will be permitted to stay operational till 10 pm. Recreational places, for example, theaters, event congregations, pools, seashores, bug amphitheater lobbies will keep on staying shut till October 31, the request additionally said.
TN records 5,546 cases in 24 hours
The expansion of lockdown came even as the state detailed 5,546 instances of COVID on Tuesday. With this, the count in the state has arrived at 5.91 lakh. While the state has seen 5.36 lakh recuperations, the loss of life remains at 9,453.
"There were 46,306 dynamic cases in the state till yesterday which decreased to 46,281 cases today while 5,501 COVID-19 positive patients were released following treatment today taking absolute positive cases to 5,91,943, including 5,36,209 recuperations and 9,453 passings," the express government's wellbeing division said on Tuesday.
In light of the expanding number of COVID cases in the express, the administration has set up 186 (66 government + 120 private clinics) across Tamil Nadu. Prior today, CM EK Palaniswami counseled the World Health Organization authorities, ICMR researchers and the Indian Medical Association by means of video conferencing on controlling the spread of COVID in the state.
With an expansion of 70,589 new cases and 776 passings throughout the most recent 24 hours, India's COVID-19 count crossed the 61-lakh mark on Tuesday. India's COVID-19 count remains at 61,45,292 of which 9,47,576 are dynamic cases. While 51,01,398 individuals have been restored and released, the nation has recorded 96,318 passings.