Noida DM has asked schools, institutions not to compel for student fees during the lockdown period. The Gautam Buddh Nagar DM further said that if people fail to submit fees for their wards during the COVID-19 lockdown period then it won't affect students' enrollment in the online classes. India is under a 21-day lockdown period after PM Modi announced it on March 24 asking people to restrain for going out of their homes and maintain social distancing as it was very important to contain the coronavirus from spreading further. India currently has over 3374 COVID-19 cases including 77 deaths while 267 patients have recovered. Globally, there are now over 12,00,000 coronavirus cases and over 64,000 people have died.
Since lockdown has affected the business of many, earlier, Noida DM has asked landlords in the district not to compel tenants for paying their monthly rentals and urged them not to ask them to vacate if they fail to make payment. The DM further ordered landlords to defer rent for a month. Coronavirus crisis in the country has hit hard on those people who are dependent on daily wages for their livelihood. Therefore in such times, the district administration, activists others are helping such people by providing them food, and essential commodities at this hour of crisis.
State-wise COVID-19 cases, deaths in India
|S. No.||Name of State / UT||Total Confirmed cases (Including 65 foreign Nationals)||Cured/Discharged/ |
|2||Andaman and Nicobar Islands||10||0||0|
|13||Jammu and Kashmir||92||4||2|
|Total number of confirmed cases in India||3374*||267||77|
The country saw an increase of 302 new COVID-19 cases in the last 12 hours, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Maharashtra meanwhile continues to be the COVID-19 hotspot in the country with the maximum number of people infected with the deadly disease. Next to Maharashtra is Tamil Nadu with over 485 coronavirus cases as the city registered a steep rise in the past few days after Tablighi Jamaat incident. Delhi is also one of the worst-hit regions having over 445 COVID-19 cases.