GAUTAM BUDH NAGAR DISTRICT
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Noida borders with Delhi to remain sealed as of now: Gautam Budh Nagar DM
A day after the Uttar Pradesh government announced relaxations in the nationwide lockdown 4.0, Gautam Budh Nagar District Magistrate Suhas L.Y. on Tuesday said that the district's border with Delhi will remain "sealed" for now.
COVID-19: Smartphone without 'Aarogya Setu' app will draw punishment for user in Gautam Buddh Nagar
Action will also be taken against people going outdoors without a face mask or spitting in public places, according to the police in Gautam Buddh Nagar in western Uttar Pradesh. Aarogya Setu is a mobile application developed by the central government to connect essential health services with the people over the fight against COVID-19.
Construction work of Vivo facility stopped
Vivo, India's No. 2 smartphone brand, has stopped construction work at its industrial park at Greater Noida after two people working there tested Covid-19 positive.
3 new COVID-19 cases in Gautam Buddh Nagar, total rises to 137
Three more people tested positive for coronavirus in Gautam Buddh Nagar. On the brighter side, two patients were discharged from hospitals following their treatment for COVID-19, the officials said. The recovery rate of patients is 59.12 per cent, according to the official statistics.
UP government brings back over 12,000 stranded labourers from Haryana
Within Uttar Pradesh, the state government is preparing to send nearly 10,000 students stranded in Allahabad to their home districts in a phased manner.
Uttar Pradesh has good news on coronavirus front; rising tests, stabilising cases
The discharge ratio is also growing in UP, with 187 people cured so far translating to an above 12% recovery rate. In fact, in one of the hotspots of Gautam Budh Nagar district (NOIDA), there are now only 49 active cases left while a bigger number of 54 people have been cured of the Covid-19.
One-third COVID-19 patients in Noida cured, no fresh case in 24 hours
Statistics for Uttar Pradesh show that about 9 per cent of the total 805 infected people till Thursday night have recovered from COVID-19. No fresh coronavirus case was reported in Gautam Buddh Nagar district on Friday, officials said.
Complete list of declared 'hotspots' in Meerut and Gautam Buddh Nagar
In addition to the creation of these containment zones, the govt said it will make wearing face covers mandatory for those moving out of their homes.
Noida cannot trace 184 who had recently gone abroad
The Gautam Budh Nagar administration is yet to trace 184 people who had travelled to foreign countries recently. They are among 1,862 people whose details have been shared by the Centre with the district administration and police.
Gauba urges DMs to have a crisis management plan
Gauba held discussions with health ministry officials, district surveillance officers and others during which the DMs of "hotspot" districts spoke about the "proactive and ruthless approaches" adopted by them to prevent the spread of Covid-19 cases.
Noida: 7 more test positive for COVID-19 in last 24 hours; active cases 39
Three of these cases were detected on Tuesday night, while the rest four on Wednesday, the officials said, adding that the number of active cases in the district stands at 39 at present.
India's only Formula 1 circuit will now house migrant workers as lockdown restrictions tighten
The district magistrate of Gautam Buddh Nagar, B N Singh, has invoked special powers under the Disaster Management Act to designate Jaypee Sports City as shelter home for migrant workers.
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