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Friday 9 October 2020



The Epidemic Disease Research Bill, 2020 was passed in the Rajya Sabha on Saturday, the sixth day of the monsoon session in Parliament. Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Dr Harshvardhan said the bill was needed to curb crimes against health professionals. The bill provides for the protection of doctors, nurses, hopefuls during an epidemic in the country, while punishing the attacker.

The central government has amended the 123-year-old law, under which anyone who attacks doctors and other health workers can be sentenced to a maximum of seven years. A fine of Rs 50,000 to Rs 2 lakh has been imposed on the attacker. It can also carry a sentence of 3 months to 5 years. While in case of serious injury a maximum sentence of 7 years can be given. This would be a non-bailable offense.

Meanwhile, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, in reply to a question in the Lok Sabha, said that 97 migrant workers were killed during a journey in a special train run during the lockdown. He further said that the figures were obtained from the state government.

The number of corona in the country crossed 53 lakh

A total of 53.12 lakh cases of corona have been reported in the country so far, out of which 42 lakh 5 thousand 201 people have recovered. 10 lakh 15 thousand 981 patients are undergoing treatment, while a total of 85 thousand 625 people have died. These figures are as per website.

Corona's updates 

Congress MP K Suresh Corona has demanded compensation for the families of those who lost their lives, for which he has issued a notice in the Lok Sabha.

The state government is constantly trying to stop the increase in the transmission of corona.  The incidence of coronavirus infection has decreased as a result of intensive efforts by the state health department.  Today, a total of 21.7 tests have been conducted in the state. Considering the population of the state, there are 2.50 tests per million per day.  So far, a total of 4,10,18 TETs have been conducted in the state.  Today, a total of 1.5 cases have been registered in various districts of the state.  Today, 1,412 patients have recovered and returned home.  So far, a total of 1,8,31 patients have been cured and the recovery rate is 4.5% in the state.  State Control Room Phone No: 08-20317 (Health), 08-2100 (SEC)

A total of 92,969 corona infections were found in the country on Friday. However, the relief is that 95 thousand 512 have also recovered. It has been 232 days since the epidemic hit the country. This has only happened six times since then, when more people have recovered than have been infected in a single day. The first case was reported on February 14, when three infected people recovered in Kerala, but no new cases were reported that day.

The Delhi High Court has directed the private and government schools here to provide gadgets and internet connection to their poor children studying there online. The fee does not include its charge.

The Delhi government has decided to close all schools in the state till October 5. Until then, online classes, teaching-learning activities will continue.
Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla has written a letter to the Chief Secretary of State asking him to set up a monitoring team for Kovid's case, to ensure the movement of medical oxygen and its availability.

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