Coronavirus India Live News: BS Yediyurappa announces complete lockdown in Karnataka for 2 weeks, issues revised guidelines; check details - The Financial Express

Is hard lockdown only way to keep the Covid cases from increasing? Many experts and political leaders feel that India needs a hard lockdown without any additional humanitarian crisis like 2020. But with most of the states in some stage of lockdown already, what's the way forward? More testing and aggressive vaccination! (PTI Photo) Coronavirus Cases in India Today, Coronavirus Statistics in India Live News: In yet another painful milestone, India reported 4.14 lakh new Covid-10 infections on Friday. This was the second straight day the country saw over 4 lakh cases. There is a growing chorus over the need for another national lockdown to break the chain of the coronavirus. However, the latest status check shows that India is under lockdown, well almost. Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Bihar, Odisha, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh have enforced strict lockdown. States such as Punjab, West Bengal, Karnataka have also imposed some curbs. Maharashtra has achieved significant success with its corona curfew. Telangana, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Uttarakhand have also clamped down curfews during the night and other stringent measures.So, if you look at it, the country is practically under a lockdown. So, what’s different this time? Unlike 2020, the supply chain has not been broken. Economist also say that local lockdowns will help in reviving the manufacturing sector and other key components of the Indian economy. However, the total collapse of the health infra also need to be looked into.ALSO READ | Covid-19: Basic difference between oxygen concentrator and oxygen cylinder, their usage — ExplainedIndia must get ready for the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic; the third wave of Covid-19 infections in India is inevitable; Brace for the third wave, can’t forecast timeframe – these statements coming from the Supreme Court and top scientific advisor to the Prime Minister show that India’s harrowing Covid nightmare is far from over! After minor ebb for two days, India reported over 4 lakh cases once again for the second day in a row. The number of deaths has almost reached the 4,000 mark. For the last 10 days, India has seen over 3,000 Covid deaths on daily basis.Also Read: PM Modi speaks to CMs, LGs of several states and UTs; Odisha seeks GST exemption on vaccinesCities such as Delhi and Mumbai have shown marked improvement. However, the situation is worsening a lot faster in the southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Various mathematical models have predicted the daily caseload inching towards the 8 lakh mark! However, many experts such as Dr Gagandeep Kang feel that we would see a downward trend in terms of daily cases around mid-May. It is the Hindi heartland that will be the next or rather is the new red zone of the Covid outbreak. Bihar saw the highest numbers since the pandemic began on Thursday and the situation is critical in Uttar Pradesh.Also Read: CoWIN Vaccine Registration for 18+ Age: here’s all there is to knowWhile metros have been able to somewhat sustain the impact, rural India with poor health infrastructure would be another disaster! As states scramble to come up with a workable action plan to fight the Covid surge, here are the latest news, updates, rules related to pandemic from India and around the world:Night curfew -- from 6.30 pm to 5 am -- will be imposed in Arunachal Pradesh for the entire month, starting Saturday, and all shops and business establishments have been told to down shutters by 4 pm, as part of the state government's measures to check the spread of COVID-19, a senior official said here. According to the government order, released on Friday, inner line permits (ILPs) will not be issued to tourists during the month, and government offices will have to function with 50 per cent Group C and Group D staff on any given day. No curb has been imposed on employees belonging to Group A and Group B categories, the order said. (PTI)Revised Guidelines to break the chain of COVID-19 in the State, which will come in to effect from 6AM on 10/05/2021 to 6AM of 24/05/2021.https://t.co/T8dC3E7mVD— K'taka Health Dept (@DHFWKA) May 7, 2021https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsIt's a temporary decision of lockdown, I request migrant labourers to not leave: Karnataka CM BS YediyurappaChief Minister B S Yediyurappa announces complete lockdown from May 10 to May 24 in Karnataka in view of alarming rise in COVID cases and related fatalities.Andhra Pradesh's cumulative coronavirus tally shot up to 12,45,374 as 17,188 fresh cases were added in the 24 hours ending 9 am on Friday. The total recoveries went up to 10,50,160 after 12,749 more infected persons got cured, according to the latest bulletin. With 73 fresh fatalities reported in a day, the gross toll touched 8,519, the bulletin said. Only Chittoor district reported 2,260 fresh Covid-19 cases in 24 hours while seven districts added between 1,300 and 1,900 each. Five districts reported less than 1,000 new cases each. (PTI)Hollywood star Hug

Coronavirus India Live News: BS Yediyurappa announces complete lockdown in Karnataka for 2 weeks, issues revised guidelines; check details - The Financial Express
Is hard lockdown only way to keep the Covid cases from increasing? Many experts and political leaders feel that India needs a hard lockdown without any additional humanitarian crisis like 2020. But with most of the states in some stage of lockdown already, what's the way forward? More testing and aggressive vaccination! (PTI Photo)

Coronavirus Cases in India Today, Coronavirus Statistics in India Live News: In yet another painful milestone, India reported 4.14 lakh new Covid-10 infections on Friday. This was the second straight day the country saw over 4 lakh cases. There is a growing chorus over the need for another national lockdown to break the chain of the coronavirus. However, the latest status check shows that India is under lockdown, well almost. Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Bihar, Odisha, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh have enforced strict lockdown. States such as Punjab, West Bengal, Karnataka have also imposed some curbs. Maharashtra has achieved significant success with its corona curfew. Telangana, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Uttarakhand have also clamped down curfews during the night and other stringent measures.

So, if you look at it, the country is practically under a lockdown. So, what’s different this time? Unlike 2020, the supply chain has not been broken. Economist also say that local lockdowns will help in reviving the manufacturing sector and other key components of the Indian economy. However, the total collapse of the health infra also need to be looked into.

ALSO READ | Covid-19: Basic difference between oxygen concentrator and oxygen cylinder, their usage — Explained

India must get ready for the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic; the third wave of Covid-19 infections in India is inevitable; Brace for the third wave, can’t forecast timeframe – these statements coming from the Supreme Court and top scientific advisor to the Prime Minister show that India’s harrowing Covid nightmare is far from over! After minor ebb for two days, India reported over 4 lakh cases once again for the second day in a row. The number of deaths has almost reached the 4,000 mark. For the last 10 days, India has seen over 3,000 Covid deaths on daily basis.

Also Read: PM Modi speaks to CMs, LGs of several states and UTs; Odisha seeks GST exemption on vaccines

Cities such as Delhi and Mumbai have shown marked improvement. However, the situation is worsening a lot faster in the southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Various mathematical models have predicted the daily caseload inching towards the 8 lakh mark! However, many experts such as Dr Gagandeep Kang feel that we would see a downward trend in terms of daily cases around mid-May. It is the Hindi heartland that will be the next or rather is the new red zone of the Covid outbreak. Bihar saw the highest numbers since the pandemic began on Thursday and the situation is critical in Uttar Pradesh.

Also Read: CoWIN Vaccine Registration for 18+ Age: here’s all there is to know

While metros have been able to somewhat sustain the impact, rural India with poor health infrastructure would be another disaster! As states scramble to come up with a workable action plan to fight the Covid surge, here are the latest news, updates, rules related to pandemic from India and around the world:

Night curfew -- from 6.30 pm to 5 am -- will be imposed in Arunachal Pradesh for the entire month, starting Saturday, and all shops and business establishments have been told to down shutters by 4 pm, as part of the state government's measures to check the spread of COVID-19, a senior official said here. According to the government order, released on Friday, inner line permits (ILPs) will not be issued to tourists during the month, and government offices will have to function with 50 per cent Group C and Group D staff on any given day. No curb has been imposed on employees belonging to Group A and Group B categories, the order said. (PTI)

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It's a temporary decision of lockdown, I request migrant labourers to not leave: Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa

Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa announces complete lockdown from May 10 to May 24 in Karnataka in view of alarming rise in COVID cases and related fatalities.

Andhra Pradesh's cumulative coronavirus tally shot up to 12,45,374 as 17,188 fresh cases were added in the 24 hours ending 9 am on Friday. The total recoveries went up to 10,50,160 after 12,749 more infected persons got cured, according to the latest bulletin. With 73 fresh fatalities reported in a day, the gross toll touched 8,519, the bulletin said. Only Chittoor district reported 2,260 fresh Covid-19 cases in 24 hours while seven districts added between 1,300 and 1,900 each. Five districts reported less than 1,000 new cases each. (PTI)

Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has urged his fans to help India in its fight against the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic that has hit the nation badly. Taking to his Instagram Stories on Thursday, the 52-year-actor-old shared the link of a fundraiser at GiveIndia, started by Priyanka Chopra Jonas for COVID-19 relief work. "Support India," he wrote, tagging Chopra Jonas and GiveIndia. He also shared a poster, which read: "India needs our help. Together we can stop the spread. Let's do our bit and donate to help curb the biggest global outbreak." Recently, Chopra Jonas urged the global community to donate funds to help India battle the pandemic. (PTI)

Kerala saw a slight dip in the daily COVID-19 cases on Friday as it registered 38,460 infections and 54 deaths, taking the overall tally to 18.24 lakh and the toll to 5,682 the state government said. The total number of active COVID-19 cases in the state now stands at 4,02,650. A total of 26,662 patients have been cured, taking the number of recoveries to 14,16,177, a health department bulletin said. (PTI)

Delhi Government has decided to organize a mass COVID19 vaccination drive for all the Media houses (Electronic Media/Digital Media/Print Media). The Government will organise vaccination drive at their offices & bear the cost. (ANI)

Delhi Government has decided to organize a mass COVID19 vaccination drive for all the Media houses (Electronic Media/Digital Media/Print Media). The Government will organise vaccination drive at their offices & bear the cost. (ANI)

A key World Health Organisation panel was set to decide Friday whether to authorize emergency of a Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine, a WHO spokesperson said, potentially paving the way for millions of doses to reach needy countries through a U.N.-backed program. The review by a technical advisory group could open the possibility of the Sinopharm vaccine being included in the UN-backed COVAX programme in the coming weeks or months, and distributed through WHO's regional office for the Americas and the UN children's agency UNICEF. WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier said a decision was expected later Friday. (AP)

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China on Friday said it will send medical supplies and relief materials to Nepal to help the country combat the surge in coronavirus cases. "Nepal is a friendly neighbour and strategic cooperative partner of China," Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Wang Wenbin told a media briefing in Beijing. He said necessary supplies were collected and would be delivered to Nepal at the earliest. Local governments and various sections of the Chinese society are also providing medical supplies to Nepal, he said, expressing hope that the Himalayan nation would soon prevail over the pandemic. Nepal is in the midst of a sudden spike in coronavirus cases, prompting the government to order a lockdown till May 12. (PTI)

Rajasthan records 18,231 new COVID-19 cases, 164 deaths and 16,930 recoveries in the last 24 hoursTotal cases: 7,20,799Total recoveries: 5,16,306Active cases: 1,99,147Death toll: 5,346 (ANI)

COVID19 | For tourists entering Goa, RT-PCR negative test report or vaccination (both doses) certificate mandatory: Goa CM Pramod Sawant (ANI)

CM Capt Amarinder Singh asks officials to prepare to start vaccinating priority groups in 18-45 yrs category at govt hospitals from Monday. State govt had ordered 30 lakh vaccine doses from SII & GoI has allocated 3.30 lakh against this order to Punjab for this month: Punjab CMO (ANI)

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As many as 1.84 lakh people in the 18-44 age group have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine since the inoculation of this category started on May 3, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Friday. According to Delhi government's health bulletin, 1,14,657 beneficiaries were vaccinated in the last 24 hours, of which 80,306 received their first dose. "In Delhi 1.84 lakh youth have got the 1st dose of vaccine, in first 4 days of 18-45 yrs age group opening. In total 38.88 lakh people have got the vaccine in all age groups till yesterday evening," Sisodia tweeted. (PTI)

The Congress-affiliated National Students' Union of India (NSUI) on Friday launched a free ambulance service to take COVID-19 patients to hospitals. The facility will be available for all patients in Delhi from Friday evening and people can avail it by calling on 9756266887, 9560000910 and 9169515455, the union said in a statement. There will be two ambulances and these will have oxygen support, it said, adding that the service will be free of cost for coronavirus patients. (PTI)

A prominent group of Indian-American doctors on Friday urged the US government to release at least 30 million AstraZeneca vaccine doses to India to help meet its "acute and severe" shortage in the country, which is experiencing one of the worst outbreaks of COVID-19 in the world. The American Association of Physicians of Indian-Origin (AAPI), the largest representative body of Indian-American doctors in the United States, has also written letters to all the 100 senators, seeking their support in increased assistance to India. AAPI said it has been working with the White House officials and urging the administration the importance and the need to send the much-needed vaccines to India to prevent and contain the spread of the virus. "At present, India is experiencing acute and severe shortages of the COVID-19 vaccines. AstraZeneca is releasing 60 million vaccines after due FDA approval this month. We urge the US government to release at least 30 million doses of the vaccine to India," said Dr. Sampat Shivangi, member National Advisory Council, SAMHSA, Center for National Mental Health Services, and currently serving as AAPI's Legislative Wing chairman. (PTI)

With the shortage of oxygen continuing unabated across several parts of the country, the demand for Oxygen concentrator device has shot up to compensate for the shortage of oxygen cylinders and their refills. The major utility of Oxygen concentrators is the fact that they easily operate at home and don’t have to be refilled again and again unlike Oxygen cylinders which are periodically refilled at Oxygen outlets. READ FULL STORY

In view of the 'acute shortage' of Tocilizumab which is prescribed to a large number of COVID-19 patients, the Delhi High Court has directed the Union Health Ministry and Department of Pharmaceuticals to hold a meeting with Roche India, which sells the drug here, to esnure immediate supplies of the medicine. Justice Prathiba M Singh said the officials of the ministry and the department shall hold a meeting with representatives of Roche India and its distributors here 'to communicate and assess the demand for this drug in India'.  'They shall also discuss the modalities for import and supply of the drug as per the expected demand and further logistics for placing orders for the same,' the court said in its May 6 order. It passed the order after Roche told the court that it has no confirmed orders from the central government and was not aware of the actual demand in India. The court said the minutes of the meeting, to be held on Friday afternoon, shall be placed before it by May 9 evening. (PTI)

Andhra Pradesh: A case registered by a local against former CM & TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu for "creating panic among public about N440K COVID strain". The case has been registered at Kurnool 1 town police station under multiple sections of IPC & Disaster Mgmt Act  (ANI)

There is increasing evidence to suggest that COVID-19 is not just a disease of the lungs as initially thought but can also cause dangerous blood clots which need to be immediately retrieved to save limbs in some cases, say experts. Global studies have shown that the prevalence of blood clot formation known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in hospitalised COVID-19 patients is 14-28 per cent and is a lower 2-5 per cent for arterial thrombosis. READ MORE

  • State-level curfew to be imposed in Goa from May 9 till May 23;essential services including medical supplies allowed. Grocery shops allowed to remain open from 7am-1pm, restaurant takeaway orders allowed from 7am- 7pm. A detailed order will be released tomorrow: Goa CM
  • COVID19 | The positivity rate and death rate are increasing in the state. There is no shortage of oxygen and medicines in the state. A detailed order regarding the state-level curfew will be released by 4pm tomorrow: Goa CM Pramod Sawant

A Covid-19 dedicated centralised war-room, which facilitates hospital admissions, Oxygen supply and other pandemic-related logistic challenges, is garnering praise for making a difference in the Ernakulam district of Kerala. The district has more than 61,000 active cases as of Wednesday and about 10,000 patients are admitted into hospitals, domiciliary care centres and first and second-line treatment centres (FLTCs and SLTCs) across the district all coordinated through a well-oiled machinery, taking help from a centralised war room and decentralised health system. READ FULL STORY

People who received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a US hospital had dramatically lower symptomatic and asymptomatic infections compared with their unvaccinated peers, according to a study. The research, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, is among the first to show an association between COVID-19 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination and fewer asymptomatic infections. READ MORE

The UK's medicine regulators updated their advice on Friday to recommend all adults under 40 years of age should be offered an alternative to the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine as a precautionary measure. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) update extends its previous advice for all under-30s to be given an alternative jab, amid reports of extremely rare cases of blood clots associated with the vaccine, which is being produced in India as Covidshield. While the JCVI reiterates that the benefits from the vaccine continue to outweigh the risks, younger age groups are believed at a higher risk from the rare blood clots. JCVI advises that, in addition to those aged under 30, unvaccinated adults aged 30 to 39 years who are not in a clinical priority group at higher risk of severe COVID-19 disease, should be preferentially offered an alternative to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 (AZD1222) vaccine, where possible and only where no substantial delay or barrier in access to vaccination would arise," the JCVI advice reads. "For those aged 18 to 29 years the precautionary advice for a vaccine preference is stronger, reflecting a gradient in the benefit-risk balance with age," it notes. (PTI)

Siliguri Municipal Corporation (SMC) in north Bengal on Friday cancelled leaves of its workers and employees, amid a raging second wave of COVID-19, an official said. The decision was taken after senior TMC leader and former legislator Gautam Deb took charge of the civic body as chief of the board of administrators, he said. "We have cancelled leaves of workers and officials of the SMC to tackle the pandemic situation effectively," Deb told reporters. The board of administrators also decided to send its employees, who now do not have any work at the office, to various wards to oversee the COVID situation in the metropolis, he said. (PTI)

The Railways has delivered 2,960 tonnes of liquid medical oxygen (LMO) to states across the country since April 19 in 185 tankers, the national transporter said on Friday. Forty-seven 'Oxygen Express' trains have completed their journey so far, it added. Till now, 174 tonnes of LMO has been offloaded in Maharashtra, 729 tonnes in Uttar Pradesh, 249 tonnes in Madhya Pradesh, 305 tonnes in Haryana, 123 tonnes in Telangana and 1,334 tonnes in Delhi. At present, 18 tankers are on the run with more than 260 tonnes of LMO which are expected to arrive in Maharashtra, Haryana and Delhi, the Railways said. (PTI)

COVID19 | 1,746 new cases, 1,079 discharges and 19 deaths reported in Puducherry in the last 24 hoursCase tally: 68,373Active cases: 13,078 (ANI)

The government of Karnataka fixes the prices for High-Resolution CT/CT and Digital X-Ray/X - Ray done at private diagnostic centers, private medical establishments, scanning centers. #COVID19 (ANI)

A system of ward-level `war rooms' where hospital beds are allocated by civic officials and the decision not to dismantle field hospitals were key to Mumbai's success in tackling the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, officials believe. As much of the country is reeling under an unprecedented surge in cases, the "Mumbai model" has drawn appreciation even from the Supreme Court. Since May 1, Mumbai is reporting less than 4,000 cases every day, a significant fall from over 8,500 cases a day in the first week of April. On April 4, the city logged 11,163 cases, the highest so far. On May 6, it recorded 3,056 cases. To be sure, the financial capital of the country is still reporting more cases daily than the peak of 2,848 cases recorded on October 7 during the first wave last year. But there is no shortage of hospital beds and oxygen for patients, civic officials claimed. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court lauded the efforts of authorities to ensure adequate oxygen supply  in Mumbai. (PTI)

In a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19, the Madhya Pradesh government on Friday extended the ban on the movement of passenger buses to and from Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan till May 15. As per the order issued by the state transport department, the ban on the movement of buses between Madhya Pradesh and the COVID-19-affected states has been extended till May 15, additional commissioner transport Arvind Saxena said. The ban also covers vehicles that have All India tourist permits, he said, adding that the orders were issued in view of the current COVID-19 situation. (PTI)

DRDO has developed an Artificial Intelligence algorithm that can detect the presence of COVID-19 disease in Chest X-rays. Named ATMAN AI, the tool was developed by DRDO's Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR), with the support of 5C Network & HCG Academics. The ATMAN AI is an artificial intelligence tool for chest X-ray screening as triaging tool in COVID-19 diagnosis which is a method for rapid identification and assessment of lung involvement, according to a statement issued by HCG Academics on Friday. This would be utilised by 5C Network, the country's largest digital network of radiologists, with support of HCG Academics, the statement said. (PTI)

If we take strong measures, the third wave may not happen in all the places or indeed anywhere at all. It depends much on how effectively the guidance is implemented at the local level, in the states, in districts & in the cities everywhere: Principal Scientific Advisor to Centre (ANI)

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Delhi reports 19,832 new COVID19 cases, 19,085 recoveries and 341 deaths in the last 24 hours.Total cases 12,92,867Total recoveries 11,83,093Death toll 18,739Active cases 91,035 (ANI)

Pfizer Inc and German partner BioNTech SA said on Friday they have started an application process with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for full approval of their COVID-19 vaccine, currently only authorized for emergency use.If approved, the vaccine will be the first fully approved COVID-19 shot and could help ease vaccine hesitancy due to longer-term data required for an FDA approval. The companies said they would submit data to support the so-called biologic license application, which requires longer-term follow-up data, on a rolling basis over the next few weeks. In April, Pfizer-BioNTech said their vaccine was around 91% effective at preventing COVID-19, supported by data on more than 12,000 people fully inoculated for at least six months, positioning the duo to submit for full U.S. regulatory approval. The companies said on Friday they have submitted nonclinical and clinical data needed to support licensure of the shot for use in individuals aged 16 and above, including updated data announced in April. The FDA will set a goal date for a regulatory decision once the application is complete and formally accepted for review by the agency. Under an emergency use authorization, the FDA makes a product available to the public based on the best available evidence during an emergency, without waiting for all the evidence needed for FDA approval or clearance, according to the regulator. (Reuters)

Twelve states have over one lakh active COVID-19 cases each at present, while the count is between 50,000 and one lakh in seven, the Health Ministry said on Friday as the country battles a second wave of the viral disease. The positivity rate is currently above 15 per cent in 24 states in the country and in the range of 5-15 per cent in nine, the ministry said. It said Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Chhattisgarh are among states and union territories showing continued plateauing or decrease in daily new COVID-19 cases. However, Karnataka, Kerala, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Odisha are among those showing an upward trend in daily new cases of the infection, the ministry added. The Health Ministry also asked the states to prioritise beneficiaries awaiting their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and ensure timely completion of the recommended vaccination schedule. (PTI)

Major temples in Kerala including the famed Lord Ayyappa shrine in Sabarimala will not be opened for devotees during the time of nine-day lockdown in the state, being imposed by the government from Saturday morning to curb the COVID-19 surge. The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), the apex body in the southern state which manages over 1,200 temples, on Thursday said shrines under its management would not permit devotees in its premises for darshan during the lockdown period. However, daily rituals would be conducted without any fail, TDB authorities said. The time of rituals may be rearranged during the period from 7 AM-10 AM and 5-7 PM after consulting with the 'tantri' (head priest) of the respective shrines, they said. (PTI)

Postal dept along with Customs authorities starts helpline to facilitate speedy delivery of COVID-related emergency shipments. Customers can send details of their consignment on adgim2@indiapost.gov.in or dop.covid19@gmail.com or send details via WhatsApp to Nodal Officers: GoI (ANI)

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Considering the rise in coronavirus cases, a six-day lockdown will be imposed in Latur district of Maharashtra from May 8, officials said on Friday. The lockdown will come into force from 7 am on Saturday, they said. "To contain the spread of coronavirus, the administration has decided to impose a strict lockdown in Latur district. It will continue till May 13," an official said. On Thursday, 1,195 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in Latur district, which took its overall infection count to 78,090. So far, 1,467 patients have lost their lives and 65,015 patients have recovered in the district. There are 11,608 active COVID-19 cases in Latur at present, the official said. (PTI)