Haryana Lockdown Extend Till June 7th Cm Manohar Lal Khattar: Haryana Government Extend Covid Lockdown Till June 7 – Haryana: Now the lockdown will continue till June 7, shops will open from Aud-Even

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Chandigarh

Published by: ajay kumar
Updated Sun, 30 May 2021 12:11 PM IST

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Shops will open from 9 am on an aud-even basis, while people will also get admission in the malls according to the area.

Lockdown in Haryana: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal.
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The Haryana government has extended the existing lockdown due to corona in the state till June 7. Shops in the state will now open from 9 am to 3 pm. However, shoppers will have to follow the Odd-Even formula during this period.

Educational institutions will remain closed till 15 June. The night curfew will continue from 10 am to five in the morning. This information was given by Chief Minister Manohar Lal. On the other hand, shopping malls will also be open from 10 am to 6 pm depending on the rules. Depending on the area, people will get admission. At the same time, a person will be able to stay in malls for only one hour.

Corona slows down in Haryana, but black fun has become a problem
With the slow pace of corona in Haryana, the government is now insisting on tackling the black fungus. On Saturday, where the total corona cases in the state were below 2000 and in Hisar only out of 22 districts, more than 150 new infections were found. At the same time, the number of active patients has increased to 688 with 54 new cases of black fungus appearing.

Of the 810 cases found so far, 55 have died. Black fungus active patients are administered 4-6 injections of amphotericin-B daily. In such a situation, 4000 injections are needed daily and the government has got only 525 injections. In such a situation, black fungus is becoming a big challenge for the government and the health department.

The lowest 1868 cases of Corona were found in Haryana on Saturday, 57 days later. At the same time, 3752 patients became healthy and 97 corona patients died. The one day positivity rate is 3.88 percent and the second wave has an infection rate of 14.79 percent. The total infection rate so far has been 8.44 percent and the recovery rate has reached 95.86 percent. Also, it is a matter of relief that after 46 days the number of active cases has come down to 23,094.

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The Haryana government has extended the existing lockdown due to corona in the state till June 7. Shops in the state will now open from 9 am to 3 pm. However, shoppers will have to follow the Odd-Even formula during this period.

Educational institutions will remain closed till 15 June. The night curfew will continue from 10 am to five in the morning. This information was given by Chief Minister Manohar Lal. On the other hand, shopping malls will also be open from 10 am to 6 pm depending on the rules. Depending on the area, people will get admission. At the same time, a person will be able to stay in malls for only one hour.

Corona slows down in Haryana, but black fun has become a problem

With the slow pace of corona in Haryana, the government is now insisting on tackling the black fungus. On Saturday, where the total corona cases in the state were below 2000 and in Hisar only out of 22 districts, more than 150 new infections were found. At the same time, the number of active patients has increased to 688 with 54 new cases of black fungus appearing.

Of the 810 cases found so far, 55 have died. Black fungus active patients are administered 4-6 injections of amphotericin-B daily. In such a situation, 4000 injections are needed daily and the government has got only 525 injections. In such a situation, black fungus is becoming a big challenge for the government and the health department.

The lowest 1868 cases of Corona were found in Haryana on Saturday, 57 days later. At the same time, 3752 patients became healthy and 97 corona patients died. The one day positivity rate is 3.88 percent and the second wave has an infection rate of 14.79 percent. The total infection rate so far has been 8.44 percent and the recovery rate has reached 95.86 percent. Also, it is a matter of relief that after 46 days the number of active cases has come down to 23,094.

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