Gurgaon: From four, the quantity of regulation zones in the city on Wednesday is required to shoot up to 18, with the wellbeing office suggesting the fixing of 14 additional zones, where development will be limited and arbitrary testing will be finished. This went ahead a day when Gurgaon detailed 80 new Covid-19 cases.
The last time the city saw in excess of 80 cases was on January 9, when 88 individuals had tried positive. The 14 regions which have in excess of five dynamic cases remember floors for Sushant Estate Society (Sector 52), Microtek Greenburg Society (Sector 86), Skyland Apartments (Sector 56), Woodstock Floors Society in Nirvana Country (Sector 50), M3M Golf Estate Society (Sector 65), Tulip White Society (Sector 69), Paras Irene Society (Sector 70A), Magnolias Society (DLF-5), Ansal Sushant Estate (Sector 52); blocks in Greenwood City Society (Sector 45); house no. 1350 to 1420 (Sector 10A); house no. 1580 to 1590, block C, Sushant Lok-1; house no. 57/1 to 57/10, block A, DLF-1; and gali no. 9 in Shivpuri (Sector 7).
Gurgaon boss clinical official Virender Yadav said the regions which are turning out to be areas of interest will be cordoned off by police. “We have sent our proposals to the area organization. We will direct irregular examining in control zones. During the region team meeting, Gurgaon police were approached to force punishments on the individuals who don’t wear covers,” he added.
The city’s day by day Covid-19 numbers, in the interim, kept on flooding. The caseload presently remains at 59,529 and the inspiration rate is 1.8%. As of Wednesday, the city had 471 dynamic cases, and 433 of the patients were in home disconnection.
Meanwhile, 45 more patients recovered on Wednesday, bringing the total number of recoveries to 58,654. The recovery rate stands at 98.7%. One more person also died of Covid-19, taking the toll to 359. On Wednesday, one person was sent to an institutional quarantine facility. So far, 8,58,129 people have been put under surveillance in the city. In the past 24 hours, the health authorities collected 3,363 samples for antigen and RT-PCR tests.