Covid 19 Bulletin: Trains will run, guidelines issued for opening industries, know five big news of the day



Big relief: passenger trains will run from May 12 to 15 cities 
Indian Railways is planning to operate passenger trains from May 12. Initially, 15 pairs of trains can be operational. These trains will run as special trains connecting 15 important cities of the country from New Delhi station.


PM Modi to hold meeting with all Chief Ministers tomorrow
, may ask for suggestions on lockdown! In view of the Corona virus crisis in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet with the Chief Ministers of all the states through video conferencing tomorrow at 3 o'clock on Monday. Sources have given information about this. It has been told that in this meeting, the Corona crisis and lockdown will be discussed and suggestions can be sought from the Chief Ministers.


95 percent of corona cases reported in 10 cities, half of the patients in four states 

Corona virus cases are continuously increasing in the country. The number of infected in the country has increased to 62,939. In such a situation, 95 percent of the cases reported between May 2 and May 8 have come from only 10 states. This shows the increasing prevalence of epidemics. During this time period, more than half of the cases have been reported in four cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Chennai.


Kovid-19: Indian companies increase production of test kit

Pune-based Mylab Discovery Solutions in early April produced 20,000 kits to be used in corona virus disease testing. Now it has increased its production to two lakhs. She is doing this in collaboration with Serum Institute of India. This will meet India's testing kit requirements, which is expected to reach one lakh by the end of this month. India will no longer need to import test kits from abroad.

NDMA issued guidelines to reopen industries after lockdown 
The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has issued guidelines to restart manufacturing industries after the lockdown on Sunday. It may be noted that the lockdown has been implemented to prevent the spread of Corona virus in the country. Due to this, manufacturing industries are also banned.

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