Coronavirus: 97 patients die in a day, PM Modi – India is ready to help

There has been an increase in the death toll of coronavirus in China. On Sunday, 97 people died. The highest number of 91 deaths occurred in Wuhan. With this figure, the death toll has now reached 910.

On Sunday, 4008 new cases were reported, in which 296 patients were in critical condition. On Sunday, 3281 people were discharged after the infection was over. So far, more than 40 thousand cases have been reported.

Explain that more than one lakh people have been screened at various airports in India as a precautionary measure due to the possibility of Corona virus infection.

The Ministry of Health said on Sunday, “197, 192 passengers were screened at 21 airports in 1,818 flights till Sunday. Apart from China and Hong Kong, all passengers from Singapore and Thailand are being screened continuously at Aero-Bridges.”

This screening is also being done at sea ports and border posts. According to the ministry, 9,452 people are under community surveillance in 32 states and union territories. States are strengthening quick response teams to deal with any situation.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed solidarity with Chinese President Xi Jinping and the people of China. PM Modi has written a letter to the Chinese President offering assistance from India.

Along with this, PM Modi has also mourned the loss of life and property. At the same time, PM Modi has also appreciated the facility provided by the Chinese government to evacuate Indian citizens from Hubei province.

The number of people who died of coronavirus in China has increased to 910, while the number of confirmed cases has also crossed 46,000.

By the end of Saturday, 26 cases were confirmed, including one death in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), while 10 cases were confirmed in Macau SAR and 17 in Taiwan. Each patient in Macau and Taiwan has been discharged from the hospital after recovering.

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