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Lockdown 4.0, Day 62: Crisis continues



The return of domestic flights after two months has been turbulent, to say the least, with over 80 flights to and from Delhi alone being cancelled.

India’s coronavirus tally also seems to have taken off, with almost seven thousand cases being reported in just the last 24 hours, now making it the tenth worst hit country in the world.

India’s lockdown extensions – there have been three as of now – could spur another medical crisis and are nothing but economic disasters, Anand Mahindra said today.

Here are the other update from the day


  • Odisha reports 103 new cases
  • Andhra Pradesh tally rises to 2,671
  • 145 new coronavirus cases in Rajasthan
  • Nashik count increases by 13 to reach 963
  • 635 more cases in Delhi, tally reaches 14,053
  • 87 patients in Nainital came by same special train
  • 93 new cases in Karnataka, death toll increases to 43



Tally Toll Tally Toll
54,11,498 3,45,122 1,38,845 4,021


  • Jet Airways offers two Boeing aircraft for evacuation
  • Railways operated 3,000 Shramik special trains for migrants
  • Pending class 10, 12 board exams to be held at 15,000 centres


  • Suzuki Motor resumes production at Gujarat plant
  • 40% tourism firms staring at complete shutdown risk
  • Govt’s wheat procurement surpasses last year’s level
  • HDFC Q4 results: Profit drops 22% YoY to Rs 2,233 cr
  • CBIC clears Rs 11,052 cr GST refund claims since Apr 8
  • India’s Apr crude processing in biggest drop in 20 yrs
  • Pharma retail market shrinks 12% in April, worst in 3 years
  • Tata’s top deck takes a pay cut for the first time in history
  • HCL, PeopleLink, Zoho in race to develop made-in-India Zoom rival


  • Nepal’s tally reaches 675
  • US death toll rises by 638
  • Count in Brazil surpasses 3,63,000
  • China’s diesel exports fall 9.2% in April
  • China reports 51 new cases, mostly in Wuhan
  • Germany reports 178,570 cases, 8,257 deaths
  • Japan PM lifts coronavirus state of emergency
  • Apple to start reopening stores in Japan this week
  • Singapore’s health ministry confirms 344 fresh cases
  • Russia reports nearly 9,000 new infections, 92 deaths
  • Thailand enters race for vaccine with trials on monkeys


Source :economictimes

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