Daily buzz @ 15 May, 2020 At least 700 ‘super spreaders’ found coronavirus positive in a week in Ahmedabad


53rd day of lockdown

India @ 86,678 and death toll touched 2,760


NirmalaSitharaman on Saturday unveiled the fourth tranche of government’s Rs. 20 lakh crore economic package:

Highlights of FM NirmalaSitharaman on structural reforms in 8 sectors.

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At least 700 ‘super spreaders’ found coronavirus positive in a week in Ahmedabad:

At least 700 “super spreaders” were found coronavirus positive in Ahmedabad in a massive screening of vegetable sellers and shopkeepers conducted in a week after officials had ordered closure of shops, except those selling milk and medicines, between May 7 and 14, a senior bureaucrat said on Saturday.“Super-spreaders” are potential carriers of the viral infection who could infect a large number of people coming in their contact.

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China-based Sany Group has donated about a million masks to India as well as other South Asian countries:

It has been reported that this is the largest donation of medical protective articles to any overseas country by the Chinese company.After receiving the a letter from the Maharashtra state government, demanding more supply of the protective equipment, Wenbo Xiang, president of Sany Heavy Industry, deployed and prioritised the production and shipment of donated masks to India.

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Mamata Banerjee govt to bear entire cost of migrants returning to Bengal by special trains:

The West Bengal government will bear the entire cost of movement of migrant labourers from the state who are stranded in various parts of the country and are returning home by special trains, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced on Saturday.

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Italy to lift travel restrictions as lockdown eases:

Italy’s government has signed a decree that will allow travel to and from the country from 3 June, as it moves to ease its coronavirus lockdown measures.It will also allow travel between the regions – which has so far been tightly restricted – from the same day.The move marks a major step in the country’s efforts to reopen its economy after more than two months of lockdown.

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Road accident kills 24 migrant workers:

At least 24 migrant workers trying to return home during a nationwide lockdown have been killed in a crash between two lorries in northern India.The accident happened in the Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh state early on Saturday, when one of the lorries hit another parked at a roadside cafe.Most of the workers were reportedly from the western states of Jharkhand and West Bengal.

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