- Title: New Delhi seals new coronavirus hotspots to curb virus spread
- Date: 11th April 2020
- Summary: NEW DELHI, INDIA (APRIL 11, 2020) (ANI - NO USE INDIA) VARIOUS OF BARRICADES PUT ON ROAD SECURITY PERSONNEL STANDING MAN WEARING MASK SITTING ON TWO WHEELER AS OTHER STANDS WOMAN WEARING MASK WALKING AS SHE TALKS ON PHONE SIGNBOARD READING (English): "N.D.M.C TURKMAN GATE BAZAR" VARIOUS OF BARRICADED ROAD POLICEMEN STANDING NEAR BARRICADES POLICEMAN SEEN WALKING THROUGH GRILLS VARIOUS OF POLICEMEN AND OTHERS WEARING MASKS STANDING (SOUNDBITE) (Hindi and English) DISTRICT MAGISTRATE, CENTRAL DELHI, NIDHI SRIVASTAVA, SAYING: "See, three deaths were reported in Chandni Mahal till now because of corona(virus) and it was made a hotspot because we doubt that more cases (of coronavirus) can emerge from there that's why we thought that we should make it a containment zone that's why we have taken a decision yesterday that we have to make it and immediately we acted upon it. Police helped us in barricading the area completely." NEW DELHI, INDIA (APRIL 10, 2020) (ANI - NO USE INDIA) DRONE FLYING OFFICIAL OPERATING DRONE VARIOUS OF DRONE FLYING
- Keywords: India New Delhi Noida coronavirus drone health hotspots sanitisation
- Reuters ID: LVA001C91Q0Y7
- Location: NEW DELHI/NOIDA, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA
- City: NEW DELHI/NOIDA, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA
- Country: India
- Duration: 00:01:55
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Topics: Health/Medicine
- Story Text: Authorities in Indian capital of New Delhi sealed few more coronavirus hotspots in a bid to sanitise the areas and prevent further spread of the deadly disease that has infected over 7,000 people and killed at least 239 in the country.
As many as 30 areas including Chandni Mahal, Moti Nagar, Nabi Karim in the capital have been sealed, where essential commodities and services will be provided to people at their homes. Door to door sampling will also be done by medical officials.
Policemen stood on guard as barricades were placed on roads to prevent people from moving the sealed areas on Saturday (April 11).
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed a 21-day lockdown that is scheduled to end on Tuesday (April 11). However, the lockdown is expected to be extended with the number of cases rising each day, said media reports.
At least two Indian states - Odisha in the east and Punjab in the north - have decided to extend the lockdown until April end.
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