The Gurugram district administration has taken the necessary steps to increase the risk of coronavirus. The administration has issued an advisory in this regard. The advisory calls on MNC, BPO, corporate office, IT company, and industrialists working here. The administration has said that by March 31, more and more work should be done from home. The advisory was issued by the Deputy Commissioner of District on Tuesday. Earlier, CM Manohar Lal Khattar had appealed to the people of the state because of the growing threat of corona.

The first patient of Gurugram

A 29-year-old woman has been confirmed to be infected with coronavirus in the Gurugram district of NCR. This woman has been admitted for Treatment in Isolation Ward. This is the first case infected corona in Haryana, which has been reported positive. According to news agency PtII, the health official said that the woman works in a Gurugram company and had recently traveled to Malaysia and Indonesia. Haryana state health director-general Suraj Bhan Kamboj said this is the first case of the coronavirus in Haryana. He said he is hospitalized and his condition is stable.

The truth came out in the investigation

Suraj Bhan Kamboj said that after returning from a foreign trip, samples were sent to the National Institute of Virology, Pune, for examination, which was confirmed to be Covid-19 in the report. He said samples of 66 people have been sent from Haryana for testing so far. The health official said that one of them was confirmed to be infected with the virus while 54 had no such symptoms, the rest are yet to be reported.

Cinema houses, gyms and nightclubs in Haryana closed till March 31

The state government has already announced the closure of schools, colleges, and universities till March 31. Cinema houses, gyms, nightclubs are also closed as a precautionary measure till March 31.

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