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Pune: Truck catches fire on highway, driver dead
The driver of a truck died when the vehicle burst into flames out of nowhere on the old Pune-Mumbai interstate in the early long periods of Saturday. Police have distinguished the perished as Sunil Sanjay Hanvate (30), an inhabitant of Talegaon Dabhade.
Police said Hanvate was driving towards Pune. Around 5. 30 am, the truck burst into flames close Varsoli cost post in Lonavala zone. Groups of Lonavala rustic police, roadway police and fire unit raced to the spot on getting data. Police said the fire was quenched however Hanvate passed on in the occurrence.
Coronavirus: No system in place for disposal of used face masks
Despite the fact that health organizations — including the Union Health Ministry — have instructed healthy individuals with respect to the overall population against wearing face veils, nearly everybody is by all accounts wearing them. Additionally, no one appears to comprehend how to manage them after they are utilized.
In Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad, the covers — particularly single-utilize ones — are being dumped by clients with their family trash and being gotten by wastepickers unwittingly.
There's additionally no system for assortment and removal of veils and clinical waste created by in excess of 2,000 individuals who are under 'home-isolate' over the region for having a movement history or demonstrating COVID-19 indications. While some home-isolated people are consuming the covers, others have no alternative yet to dump them in the trash.
Maharashtra: Testing for COVID-19 samples to start at IRSHA lab
DR A C Mishra, chief at the Interactive Research School for Health Affairs (IRSHA) at Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, said the lab will before long beginning testing tests for coronavirus. Mishra, who was the previous chief of National Institute of Virology, included, "To what extent is it feasible for government research centers to test and specialists ought to try and consider labs with great bio-security offices to begin testing for coronavirus."
At Bharati Hospital and Research Center, run by the Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Foundation and Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Medical College, coronavirus had been identified in a 41-year-old anganwadi specialist who has been admitted to the ICU.
While Dr Sanjay Lalwani, clinical executive, said tests of two specialists and two medical attendants had tried negative for coronavirus, the lady had numerous contacts who were being followed. There isn't only a requirement for more examples yet in addition for individual defensive gear.
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Social Punishment in lockdown...
Posters written 'I am an enemy of society', given social punishment of Rajasthan Police to the people who came out of the house
Corona virus outbreaks still increase. Public are planning to the extent of negligence. On Monday, people appeared on the streets despite the internment. once that a campaign was surpass the Rajasthan Police everywhere the state. In which, to form such folks aware, i'm associate enemy of society and have given out posters while not turning around for work.
Rajasthan Police, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Rawatbhata, together with the campaign was see the state. The police is giving such social penalty to people who leave while not reason. once that he was additionally asked to travel back home. The impact of this social penalty was seen. Rawatbhata's CI Ramroop Meena aforementioned that he cannot do strict action. In such a scenario, folks are being embarrassed. so folks perceive this concern.
With this, Rajasthan Police wrote on its Twitter account to form folks aware that rumors have accrued on social media. Spreading rumors may be a punishable offense, please don't do that otherwise you'll be liable for the results. Maintain peace. Use caution and understanding.
Masks making prisoner in jail...
These masks are being made for the jail staff, prisoners and their relatives. Several steps were taken as a precaution, including not shaking hands, talking far away.
As of Wednesday, 36 cases of corona have been reported in Rajasthan. Preparations are on to fight Corona from place to place. Medical workers, government employees are all engaged. The country is on alert. Meanwhile, the jail administration is also taking complete security regarding the prisoners. Masks are being made of cotton cloth by 20 detainees on 15 machines in Alwar's Central Jail. These masks are being made for the jail staff, the detainees and their relatives.
Jail Superintendent Rajendra Kumar said that inmates in jail cannot go out anywhere. In such a situation it is necessary to protect them from infection. For this, the jail premises have been washed. Also, all detainees have been advised to wash their hands four or five times a day. Apart from this, many steps have been taken as a precaution, including not shaking hands, hugging and talking only while staying away. All these things are being repeated four to five times a day through loud speakers installed for Jail. So that the captives remain safe.
To avoid infection with the corona virus, a 2-layer mask is being made by detainees in jail according to the criteria of cotton cloth. The fabric is washed before making the mask. She is sanitized after the mask is made. Only then it is used.
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Main statements of quarantine in Sydney
The government in Sydney has announced quarantine due to coronavirus pandemic in the country and the city. The first rule of it is not to leave your house without weighty reasons. If you are infected with COVID-19, there is no way to come out of your dwelling, of course.
Most shops are still opened. These are groceries, drugstores and supermarkets. Boutiques and restaurants have been closed. However, you can order takeaway food at the place or right to your home.
Different establishments of beauty industry are closed as well, but you still get a haircut at your hairdresser's with the condition that you will stay there less than 30 minutes.
Beaches in Sydney are not available for visitors now, as well as other places where social distance is not kept. So, any parties even at home are forbidden now.
How Sydney stores make money during pandemic
Coronavirus pandemic and people's panic is a good way to make money on them for stores. It has become known recently that some stores in Sydney speculate with the most needed goods. One customer shared a photo of a bottle with antiseptic which cost 25 dollars, usually it costs less than 10 dollars. Moreover, there was no legal sticker on that. That means that the store bought it and now resells, but much more expensive. The same situation is with medical masks, which cost in some stores 10 dollars now, with normal price of 20 cents.
But that is not the worst example. In another Sydney shop you can find the same bottle of antiseptic (450 ml) which costs 50 dollars.
Some stores do such "frauds" with toilet paper. One roll costs3 dollars, as usual. But two rolls will cost already 99 dollars. The owners say it is done to avoid deficit and people's greed.
Las personas mayores pueden ingresar a los mercados de Guayaquil
La alcaldesa de la ciudad, Cynthia Viteri, Esta noche, decidieron suspender la prohibición de que las personas mayores visiten los mercados de comestibles.
Esta decisión se tomó porque no todos en este grupo vulnerable tienen familiares que les proporcionarán alimentos.
Las personas mayores podrán visitar los centros de suministros de 09:00 a 11:00.
Los ciudadanos se enteraron de la decisión a través del video, que se publicó en las páginas oficiales del municipio.