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Corona Patient के स्वागत में Sister Dance Video Viral | Pune Girl Dance
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Pune Girl Dance Video in welcome of corona patient recovered. Watch how a sister gave a great welcome with a dance performance when the corona patient recovered in Pune? Now, Pune girl dance video is getting viral on social media?


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Interview of Dancin Girl in above posts ^^^^^



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India domestic flights: Where all can you fly, how much are ticket fares?

India Domestic Flights Fares: Keeping in mind the increase in Covid cases, the Union Aviation Ministry has extended restrictions on domestic flights till November 24, including the cap on airfares.

Written by Abhishek De | New Delhi | Updated: July 26, 2020 8:05:14 pm


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Two months since the resumption of domestic passenger flights after remaining suspended from March 23 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the demand has been tepid, with only 19.84 lakh passengers travelling within the country. In June 2019, the number was 1.21 crore.
With people yet to get accustomed to flying in a post-Covid world, fear of contracting the virus onboard and a flurry of quarantine rules and restrictions imposed by state governments have also added to the challenge.
Keeping in mind the increase in Covid cases, the Union Aviation Ministry has extended restrictions on domestic flights till November 24, including the cap on airfares.

This comes even as the Ministry has allowed gradual resumption of international flights to the US, France and Germany under the temporary reciprocal arrangement.


✈ At what capacity are domestic airlines operating?
According to the latest notification by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), airlines have been allowed to deploy 45 per cent of the pre-Covid capacity on domestic routes. For most of last month, airlines were allowed to operate with 30-35 per cent of the total number of flights they operated prior to the lockdown.
It was estimated that following the resumption in May, the airlines will reach 50 per cent of their pre-Covid operations. However, at a press conference earlier this month, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said domestic flight operations have not even reached 33 per cent of the previous operations.




✈ Till when will the restrictions be in place?
The Centre has extended restrictions on domestic flights till November 24 from August 24 earlier. Previously, the government had fixed minimum and maximum fares and mandated airlines to sell 40 per cent seats below the mid-point of the fare band on each flight till 11.59 pm of August 24. The validity of this order has been extended for three more months till 11.59 pm of November 24.

✈ How have been flights classified and what are the fares?
The fare limits have been divided into seven bands according to the flight duration. The first band, with its specific lower and upper fare limits, comprises flights with a duration of 40 minutes or less. The second, third, fourth and fifth bands are for flights with duration of 40-60 minutes, 60-90 minutes, 90-120 minutes and 120-150 minutes, respectively.
Coming to the price band as fixed by the Centre, domestic flights with less than 40-minute duration have lower and upper limits of Rs 2,000 and Rs 6,000, for 40-60 minutes Rs 2,500 and Rs 7,500, for 60-90 minutes Rs 3,000 and Rs 9,000, for 90-120 minutes Rs 3,500 and Rs 10,000, for 120-150 minutes Rs 4,500 and Rs 13,000, for 150-180 minutes Rs 5,500 and Rs 15,700 and for 180-210 minutes Rs 6,500 and Rs 18,600.

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India Domestic Flights Fares: The Centre has extended restrictions on domestic flights till November 24 from August 24 earlier.✈


Are domestic flights operating in all states?

The government has allowed airlines to operate from all airports even though the airlines will take the final decision on which airports to include in their network depending on passenger demand.
To check the rising cases in the state, the West Bengal government has banned flights from six Covid-19 hotspot cities — Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Nagpur and Ahmedabad — to Kolkata till July 31. Moreover, with the state observing a bi-weekly total lockdown, the Airports Authority of India suspended all flights on those days this week to Kolkata and Bagdogra. They will be suspended again when the lockdown is imposed next week on Wednesday.
Asked if the rule would be extended to all days of the bi-weekly lockdown, an official of the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata said it was a possibility, adding, “Most probably, it will be extended to all lockdown days. But the state government will make an announcement.”


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I had said this earlier that people are going to die in India not because Covid-19 is very lethal but because of lack of care due to lack of capacity. Many Corona patients are committing suicides and many are simply vanishing (likely because of fraud in a hospital to create capacity for paying patients).

 

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I had said this earlier that people are going to die in India not because Covid-19 is very lethal but because of lack of care due to lack of capacity. Many Corona patients are committing suicides and many are simply vanishing (likely because of fraud in a hospital to create capacity for paying patients).

There is no occupancy at a Corona Quarantine Centre in Delhi.

This happened after 21 July when no one needs to get quarantined at Govt Facilities even for free.

People like to be at home only.
All migration is almost finished and rules changed also has to do same with this.

You can move to hills with -ve Covid report.
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Many Covid-19 care centres in Delhi empty, as most patients stay at home

With a large number of patients in home isolation and the number of new daily cases showing a downward trend, the occupancy at these centres has seen a steady fall.

DELHI Updated: Jul 27, 2020 01:53 IST
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A view inside a ward of the Commonwealth Games (CWG) Sports Complex Covid-19 Care Centre, in Patparganj, New Delhi.


A view inside a ward of the Commonwealth Games (CWG) Sports Complex Covid-19 Care Centre, in Patparganj, New Delhi.(Sanchit Khanna/HT PHOTO)


At a Delhi government Covid Care Centre in Narela, one of the first such facilities in the Capital, close to 1,200 people are quarantined, but none of them are positive for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). These are, instead, people who have returned from abroad on flights under the Centre’s Vande Bharat repatriation mission.
“We have not got any Covid-19 positive patients since July 10. Till last month, we were getting 150-200 Covid-19 patients daily,” said Dr Ishrat Kafeel, the chief minister’s representative at the 1,370 bed Narela facility.
A similar picture has persisted in some other such facilities across the national capital. Care Centres can house patients with mild symptoms who are unable to isolate in their homes. However, with a large number of patients in home isolation — 6,976 as on Sunday, and the number of new daily cases showing a downward trend, the occupancy at these centres has seen a steady fall. Of the 11,904 active cases (patients still infected with Covid-19) in the city on Sunday, only 853 (around 7%) are in these centres.
This has made the Delhi government rethink its use of these centres.

Like Narela, other Covid Care facilities have very few positive cases admitted currently. Of the 18 state-run quarantine centres started by the Delhi government, at least seven have had no patients for weeks now. These include the YMCA Tourist hostel, Badarpur (specify), Birla Mandir Dharamshala, DDU Marg facility and PTS Dwarka. Two facilities in southeast Delhi that were turned Covid facilities have been returned to the Railways.
“Some of the facilities were used to keep members of Tablighi Jammat who were evacuated from Nizamuddin Markaz. Then when the number of cases increased, especially in densely populated areas such as Jahangirpuri, asymptomatic and those with mild symptoms are sent to these centres,” said a senior government official.
Additionally, with the government opening two major Covid care centres — the 10,000-bed Sardar Patel centre in Chhatarpur and a 500-bed centre in the Commonwealth Games village, there has been a steady decline in the number of Covid-19 positive cases being sent to these centres.
Admissions to the city’s care centres have been on an upward trend since June 2, when 648 positive patients were admitted to the various facilities, with the total number on that day hitting 1,370. The number peaked at 2,304 on July 17. However, the number has mostly dropped since then, falling to 1,522 as on July 24, then further to 904 the day after that.
Delhi government divisional commissioner Sanjeev Khirwar said, “We are recalibrating our resources, especially at big facilities at Narela and Sultanpuri, for optimal utilisation. We have some large facilities like the Sardar Patel Covid Care Centre, and we are sending new cases to these facilities. Wherever possible, we are shifting patients from other centres to these facilities.”
However, occupancy rates at the two flagship centres are quite low, with around 250 patients in the Chhatarpur facility, and around 200 in the CWG one.

The Delhi government spokesperson didn’t respond, despite multiple attempts for comment.
In some centres, the government has withdrawn the staff and deputed them elsewhere, while at others, it is in the process of handing over the centres, at least partially, to the authority that owns the premises.
At Police Training School in Dwarka for instance, medical and support staff has been withdrawn. “But the infrastructure is in place and if need be it can be restarted in no time,” a Delhi government official said.
At northeast Delhi’s Mandoli Jail Complex, which has a capacity of 750 beds, Delhi government authorities are in the process of handing over five of the 12 towers to jail authorities for their use.
The facility, which was packed to capacity in May and June, has only 32 Covid-19 patients now, according to a senior official in-charge of the facility.
Delhi director general of prisons Sandeep Goel confirmed that the prison department had written to the state government, requesting the Mandoli police complex be turned into a temporary prison. Goel said, “The police complex could accommodate at least 2,000 prisoners.”

As per the Delhi government’s daily health bulletin, as on Saturday, 3,202 beds in care centres are occupied by persons under quarantine, including travellers who returned on Vande Bharat mission and bubble flights.
At Bakkarwala facility with over 500-beds, there are close to 380 people, who have come from abroad, in quarantine. Sunny Kheda, the CM’s representative at the facility said, “For the past 10 days, we have not got any Covid-19 positive case.”
A senior official from west Delhi district said, “We are sending a majority of the patients to the Sardar Patel facility. But those who want to stay in the district are kept at the care facility in Tilak Nagar. The Bakkarwala facility is being used to house those coming from abroad.”
Similarly, the northwest district is sending new Covid-19 cases to the Shakur Basti facility that is operating from train coaches, instead of the 1,032-bed Sultanpuri Covid Care Centre.
However, Delhi government officials said they sought to remain cautious and while some of the centres are not in use right now, they may be made operational immediately if necessary.
Khirwar said, “In case, there is a surge in cases, we will use these centres to keep Covid patients. We are not closing these centres.”


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Delhi govt might delink hotels from hospitals due to low occupancy of COVID beds

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is likely to chair a strategic meeting on Wednesday wherein a decision to delink the hotels may be taken, said a government source.

DELHI Updated: Jul 28, 2020 22:53 IST
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A health worker sanitizes his hands between taking swab samples at a collection booth in Smt Sucheta Kriplani Hospital in New Delhi.


A health worker sanitizes his hands between taking swab samples at a collection booth in Smt Sucheta Kriplani Hospital in New Delhi. (Raj K Raj/HT PHOTO)


The Delhi government is likely to delink hotels that were recently attached with dedicated Covid-19 hospitals as there has been a decline in the number of active cases of the novel coronavirus in the last few days in the city, sources said on Tuesday.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is likely to chair a strategic meeting on Wednesday wherein a decision to delink the hotels may be taken, said a government source.
“With no patients in hotels and reducing number of patients in Delhi hospitals, important strategic decisions may be taken,” he said.
According to the Delhi health bulletin, 12,633 COVID beds in hospitals and more than 4,000 beds in dedicated COVID care centres were lying vacant due to declining number of positive cases of coronavirus.

The number of active cases of Covid-19 was 10,887 on Tuesday including 6,219 patients recuperating under home isolation, the bulletin said.
The Delhi government had in early June empowered the district magistrates in 11 districts to use hotels as an extension of hospitals treating Covid-19 patients as the cases surged.
A total of 40 hotels were designated as extensions of various hospitals across the city.
Patients with moderate symptoms staying at such hotels received basic healthcare and were to be shifted to the attached hospitals in case their condition worsened.
Three hotels in south west Delhi were earlier this month delinked from their respective hospitals due to low occupancy. But the decision was reversed by the district authorities within a day.



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