Covid-19: Lockdown 3.O starts with 51 cases soaring total to 2742 in Uttar Pradesh

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Lucknow, May 04: Uttar Pradesh showing no sign of slowing down in terms of positive cases, state on Monday has witnessed another 51 positive cases taking its overall count to 2742.

However, spike in corona +ve in the state continues. Of the 945 samples tested on Sunday at the King George’s Medical University (KGMU) in the capital, 51 have reported positive on Monday.

These include 02-02 in Auraiya and Lucknow, 14 in Kanpur, 28 in Agra and 05 in Varanasi. The report also confirmed coronavirus infection in many elderly, young and one-year-old infant.

According to the report, a 20-year-old man and a 39-year-old male in Auraiya district have been confirmed Covid-19 case. Similarly, 60-year-old woman and 23-year-old man are among Lucknow patients.

Kanpur patients include 51-year-old female, 32-year-old male, 30-year-old female, 63-year-old male, 34-year-old female, 22-year-old youth, 52-year-old male, 08-year-old boy, 15-year-old girl, 40-year-old female, 19-year-old youth, 18-year-old woman, a 26-year-old woman and a 22-year-old woman.

Agra coronavirus cases include 30-year-old male, 29-year-old male, 60-year-old female, 40-year-old male, 58-year-old male, 34-year-old male, 34-year-old male, 23-year-old youth, 70-year-old male, 24-year-old youth, 55-year-old female, 42-year-old Female, 50-year-old female, 18-year-old woman, 70-year-old woman, 52-year-old female, 49-year-old male, 19-year-old youth, 36-year-old male, 65-year-old male, 24-year-old woman, 48-year-old female, 70-year-old male, 42-year-old male, 54 years old male, 40-year-old male, 30-year-old male and 55-year-old male.

Varanasi patients include a 01 year old infant, 66 year old male, 75 year old male, 60 year old male and 52 year old male.

Implementation of new advisory begins

Meanwhile, during Lockdown-3, from Monday, the implementation of new advisory issued by the state government regarding industrial activities and the business plan has started. All DMs, SSPs, DIGs, Commissioners, ADGs etc. field officers have been instructed to follow this advisory. Districts are divided into three zones Red, Orange and Green based on the risk profile.

According to Additional Chief Secretary, Home Awanish Kumar Awasthi, this advisory has been issued following the guidelines of the Central Government. The advisory has been released on Monday for the next two weeks.

He informed that the districts set by the Government of India as per the total active cases, double the rate, testing limit and surveillance feedback, the districts in the red zone and the districts not receiving any confirmed cases in the last 21 days in the green zone is kept.

Districts outside the Red Zone and Green Zone have been kept in the Orange Zone, Awasthi told in regular press briefing.  

He told that the district administration can determine the red or orange zone based on the review of the spread of infection of coronavirus.