Metro Cities are now in Red Zone of Coronavirus in India

by Aditi

In India, the number of coronavirus affected persons are constantly increasing. Now the regions and cities are divided into zones (red, orange and green) based on the number of patients affected Corona. It is a matter of concern that the Red Zone covers 170 districts of the country, including all six metros (metro cities) and big cities. The Ministry of Health notices 123 districts as major centers. These include 9 districts of Delhi. At the same time, Kolkata, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Chennai, Agra, Bangalore and Mumbai are also included in the list of hotspots, where the danger is very high. In such a situation, the citizens are still not safe.


According to the Health Ministry, Siwan in Bihar, South, Southern, Eastern, Shahdara, Western North and Central Delhi of Delhi, Agra, Noida, Meerut, Lucknow Ghaziabad, Shamli, Firozabad, Moradabad and Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh are included in the corona outbreak districts in the Red Zone. While Bihar’s Munger, Begusarai and Gaya, Delhi’s north-western, Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar in Uttarakhand and Bulandshahr, Sitapur, Basti and Baghpat in Uttar Pradesh are included in the Red Zone. Where a survey of suspected patients of Corona is carried out from the house to house in the red zone area and no one is allowed to enter and completely seal the entire area. But economic activity in the buffer zone is allowed to continue with essential services. Special care is given to patients with cold-cough, cold and fever in the buffer zone and their corona test is done.

The total number of corona virus-positive cases in the country has increased to 12,380. There are 10,477 active cases and 1489 such cases, in which infected persons are fully recovered and discharged from the hospital. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, 414 people have died across the country due to corona virus infection so far. Maharashtra, Delhi and Tamil Nadu are the states where cases of corona virus infection are increasing rapidly.


Maharashtra has the highest incidence of coronavirus infection in the country. The number of infected people has reached 2916, while 187 people have died. However, 295 people have been cured of this fatal infection. Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackeray has increased restrictions in many hotspot areas in view of the fast-growing infection cases. Meanwhile, the lockdown in the country has also been extended until 3 May. In such a situation, the situation is expected to be normal in the coming days.

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