Coronavirus Updates: CBSE to contribute Rs 21 lakhs to PM Care Fund

CBSE has decided to contribute Rs 21,00,000 to PM Care. Many employees have come forward voluntarily to donate their salary. Group ‘A’ employees donated two days’ salary and Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ employees donated one day’s salary. According to the Ministry of Health, 979 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported in India. At the same time 25 people died. 86 people have recovered.

CBSE to contribute Rs 21,00,000 in PM Care

CBSE has decided to contribute Rs 21,00,000 to PM Care. Many employees have come forward voluntarily to donate their salary. Group A employees have donated two days’ salary and Group B and C employees have donated one day’s salary. 

CBSE has decided to contribute Rs 21,00,000 from all employees who have voluntarily come forward to donate their salaries. Accordingly, Group ‘A’ employees have donated two-day salary and Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ employees one day salary to #PMCARES fund: Anurag Tripathi, CBSE # COVID19 pic.twitter.com/SNsfdxKD51

Only keeping social distance from each other – PM Modi

PM Modi said in his mind, it has to be understood that in the present situation, only social distance is to be maintained from each other, not emotional or human distance.

PM Modi said in his heart’s mind

PM Modi said in his mind, even at the time of lockdown, someone who is watching TV, is spending his life to keep all the phones and internet he uses while at home. During lockdown, it is these people who are handling the affairs of the country.

Salute to Nurse and Medwife – PM ModiPM Modi said in Mann Ki Baat, Acharya Charak had said that he who serves patients without wishing for any material benefit is the best doctor. I salute every nurse and medwife today, all of you working with incomparable dedication. The world is celebrating 2020 as the International Year of Nurses and Midwives.

10 groups to deal with emergenciesPrincipal Secretary to the Prime Minister, Dr. PK Mishra has formed 10 groups to deal with various emergencies. A review meeting chaired by Dr. Mishra is going on in the Prime Minister’s Office.Dr. PK Mishra, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister forms 10 groups for tackling various emergencies. Review meeting chaired by Dr. Mishra begins in Prime Minister’s Office. #Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/bLjPq9PvCo- ANI (@ANI) March 29, 2020

Outside the homes, many warriors are fighting the corona virus – PM ModiPM Modi said in his mind, there are many warriors who are fighting the corona virus, not from their homes but from outside their homes. These are our front-line warriors — especially as nurses, doctors, and paramedical staff, who are performing our siblings’ duties. 

PM Modi said about the lockdownPM Modi said in Mann Ki Baat, I understand that no one wants to intentionally break the rules, but there are some people who are doing so. For them, I would say that if they do not follow this lockdown, it will be difficult to protect themselves from the threat of corona virus.

Important to keep the people of India safe – PM ModiPM Modi said in Mann Ki Baat, The fight against COVID19 is a tough fight and it required such harsh decisions. It is important to keep the people of India safe.

I apologize for the drastic steps – PM ModiPM Modi said in Mann Ki Baat, I am sorry for these drastic steps which have caused difficulties in your life, especially the poor people. I know some of you will be angry with me too. But these drastic measures were needed to win this battle.I apologize for taking these harsh steps which have caused difficulties in your lives, especially the poor people. I know some of you would be angry with me also. But these tough measures were needed to win this battle: PM Narendra Modi #MannKiBaat (file pic) pic.twitter.com/fwGlUk5ubz- ANI (@ANI) March 29, 2020

Life and death fight against Corona – PM ModiPM Modi said in the Mann Ki Baat program that the fight against Corona is a fight for life and death. 

People coming to Bihar from neighboring states will be quarantined According to Bihar Minister Sanjay Kumar Jha, migrant workers coming back from neighboring states to Bihar will be quarantined at relief centers along the state border, where they will be provided food and other essential facilities. They will be kept here for 14 days.Migrant workers coming back from neighboring states to Bihar will be kept in quarantine in relief centers at state borders, where they will be provided food and other essential amenities. They will be kept here for 14 days: Bihar Minister Sanjay Kumar Jha (file pic) #Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/RTrRObp2eG- ANI (@ANI) March 29, 2020

186 cases in Maharashtra and 182 cases in KeralaMaharashtra has reported the highest number of 186 cases. 25 people have been discharged from the hospital. 6 people have died. There have been 182 cases in Kerala. 15 people have recovered. One has died. 

979 cases reported in IndiaAccording to the Ministry of Health, 979 cases of corona virus (COVID-19) have been reported in India. At the same time 25 people died. 86 people have recovered.Total number of #Coronavirus cases in the country rises to 979 (including 86 cured / discharged and 25 deaths): Union Health Ministry pic.twitter.com/U6WV7BjCbb- ANI (@ANI) March 29, 2020

7 more patients confirmed in MaharashtraThere are 7 more confirmed corona virus cases in Maharashtra. Of these 4 cases have been reported from Mumbai, 1 from Pune, 1 from Sangli and 1 from Nagpur. The total number of cases in the state has been 193. Maharashtra: 7 more # COVID19 cases reported in the state (4 from Mumbai, 1 from Pune and 1 each from Sangli and Nagpur). Total number of cases in the state rises to 193- ANI (@ANI) March 29, 2020

Indane assured, there is no shortage of LPGIndian Oil Corporation has said that we assure all our Indane customers that there is currently no shortage of LPG and domestic cylinders are being supplied normally.  We assure all our Indane customers that there is currently no shortage of LPG, and domestic cylinders are being supplied as per usual: Indian Oil Corporation. #CoronavirusLockdown pic.twitter.com/4LzhDcaYnw- ANI (@ANI) March 29, 2020

Death of a patient in SrinagarA patient infected with the corona virus has died this morning in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. Two people have died in the union territory. The unfortunate demise of a #Coronavirus patient has been reported from Srinagar this morning: Rohit Kansal, Principal Secretary (Planning), J&K Govt (file pic)

Two people have died in Jammu and Kashmir till now due to #Coronavirus 

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