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Coronavirus Cases In India Cross 9,000-Mark, Ministers Return To Work

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332 individuals have died of coronavirus in India with 35 deaths over the most recent 24 hours. The profoundly irresistible novel coronavirus or COVID-19 has contaminated 9,240 individuals in the nation, as per the most recent information from the Union Health Ministry. The Council of Ministers, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and including Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and Nirmala Sitharaman, will continue work at their services from today, a day prior as far as possible of the lockdown to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, sources said on Saturday evening.

Red, orange, and green – the color code for traffic lights will presently be utilized on the nation’s guide to COVID-19 and infection-free zones, and consequently individuals’ development. After a meeting with at least 13 Chief Ministers on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had shown that the lockdown will be expanded – however, there will be relaxations in specific zones and cases to guarantee the endurance of the economy too. This is where the color coding comes in, some of the participating Chief Ministers, including the Chief Minister of Puducherry, told the media after the gathering.


The coronavirus and the ensuing lockdown has pushed the legislature to take the statute course to figure three of the four work codes it is arranging. The codes have just been presented in parliament. One of them – the code on compensation, which clubs together the laws identifying with least wages, reward, equivalent compensation and a couple of others – has just been passed. An Ordinance or official request will bring the other three into impact.

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