COVID Surge: Noida Metro To Not Run on Weekend Curfew Days
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The Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) on Monday, 26 April, announced its decision not to run any service on weekend curfew days.
Meanwhile, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Monday, 26 April, said that the Delhi government has decided to provide free COVID-19 vaccines to everyone above 18 years of age.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday announced that the entire state including Bengaluru city will go for a full lockdown for two weeks starting from the night of 27 April.
India on Monday, 26 April, reported 3,52,991 fresh COVID-19 cases over the last 24 hours – the highest one-day spike so far in the country since the pandemic began.
- India on Sunday recorded close to 3.5 lakh new COVID-19 cases
- Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced a lockdown in the national capital till 5 am on 3 May
- Maharashtra State Minister Nawab Malik said that the state government will provide vaccines for free to the citizens
- Gurdwara Sri Hem Kund Sahib Management Trust has postponed Hem Kund Sahib Yatra which was to start from 10 May
Situation Of Oxygen Supply in Punjab Extremely Critical: CM Amarinder Singh
“The situation of Oxygen supply in Punjab is extremely critical due to rising COVID-19" Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh tweeted on Monday evening, and requested the Union Home and Health Ministers to “urgently enhance daily quota and to ensure allotted Liquid Manufacturing Oxygen supplies are released to Punjab.”
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MP Minister of Urban Development and Housing Bhuppendra Singh
Madhya Pradesh minister of Urban Development and Housing, Bhuppendra Singh tests positive for COVID-19.
Liquor Shops to Remain Closed Till Midnight of 30 April in Puducherry
All categories of liquor shops to remain closed with immediate effect up to midnight of 30 April, reported ANI, citing Government of Puducherry.
More Than 12,000 Buses Arranged to Allow People to Return to Their Homes Amid Karnataka COVID Curfew: Dy CM
Karnataka Dy CM Laxman S Savadi, as per ANI, informed that amid the 'COVID curfew' in the state, “more than 12,000 buses have been arranged by our three transport corporations to enable a significant number of people to return to their homes. These buses will be operated from Bengaluru to other parts of the state.”
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09:46 AM, 26 AprIndia Records New High Amid Pandemic
12:05 PM, 26 AprDelhi Govt to Provide Free Vaccines to Everyone Above 18 Years of Age
03:06 PM, 26 Apr500-Bed COVID Hospital at Radha Soami Centre in Delhi
03:09 PM, 26 AprKarnataka Govt Announces Full Lockdown From 27 April for 14 Days
03:40 PM, 26 AprKarnataka Government to Provide Free Vaccination for Adults
04:30 PM, 26 AprCDS Bipin Rawat Meets PM Modi to Discuss COVID Situation
06:38 PM, 26 AprNoida Metro To Not Run on Weekend Curfew Days
07:10 PM, 26 AprEnforce Lockdown When Positivity Rate Is 10 Percent: Centre Tells States
07:10 PM, 26 AprA Complete Lockdown Unlikely; Strict Restrictions to Be Enforced: CM Vijayan
09:44 PM, 26 AprSituation in India Is Beyond Heartbreaking: WHO Director General
09:53 PM, 26 AprUttar Pradesh Records 249 Deaths in a Day