Corona-hit Denmark extends lockdown until April 13
Monday, 23 March 2020 Denmark will extend until April 13 a nationwide lockdown that has closed schools and restaurants and kept most public sector workers at home in an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus, the country's prime minister said on Monday.
Eight Indian beaches are awarded the 'Blue Flag' certification and Padubidri Beach in the Udupi district, is among one of them. Tourists were seen doing recreational activities around the beach on Sunday. The 'Blue Flag' certification is awarded by Denmark based NGO, Foundation for Environment Education (FEE).
Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on October 18 remembered the sacrifice of Corona warriors in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. He said, "This Navratri, I urge you to be mindful of your role in defeating COVID-19. As we bow down in prayer, we must keep sacrifice of lakhs of corona warriors in our thoughts, those who've lost their lives and those who're battling the dreaded disease for saving us. I have decided to keep my celebrations subdued. There is so much suffering across the world due to the pandemic. We must all let charity take precedence, donate with a large heart to the underprivileged." "Find poor people in your neighbourhood. Buy their children new clothes, sweets and articles of need, you'll feel good. As we worship Maa Shakti in her nine avatars, I hope to see more empowered women and a society free of discrimination and atrocities against women," he added.
[NFA] Wisconsin and other states in the U.S. Midwest are battling a surge in COVID-19 cases, with new infections and hospitalizations rising to record levels - a sign of a nationwide resurgence as temperatures get colder. But Trump insists he will not allow a nationwide shutdown as a means of slowing the spread. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.
INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS WILL REMAIN BANNED TILL APRIL 14, THE GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCED TODAY AMID A COMPLETE NATIONAL LOCKDOWN TO FIGHT CORONAVIRUS. A WEEK LONG BAN IMPOSED LAST WEEK HAS BEEN EXTENDED, THE..
The whole of Italy will be placed under lockdown until next month, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced on Monday, in an unprecedented new attempt to beat... Reuters India Also reported by •Zee News •IndiaTimes