Covid-19 Cases Rises upto 7.4 Million in India

India has already crossed the 7-million mark on Sunday, adding a million cases in just last 10-15 days. It has the world’s second-highest count after the United States, where the figure is approximately around 8 million.India’s count of coronavirus infections stood at 7.37 million on Friday, having risen by 63,371 in the last 24 hours, health ministry data showed. Deaths from COVID-19 infections rose by 895 to 112,161, the ministry said.

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After being remained shut for more than six months due to the COVID-19 outbreak, theatres and multiplexes reopened to a not so good response on Thursday. Multiplexes across the city resumed operations as per the guidelines issued under Unlock 5. However, theatre owners are in a positive light of bouncing back to business during the festive season when new multistarrer movies are scheduled to release.

Despite of this reopening factor all theatres are following the guidelines & protocols that have been issued by the government & have maintained that auditorium occupancy will not be more than 50%, adjacent seats on either sides will be left vacant. Floor markers will be placed at ticket counter and food counters. Digital modes of transactions have been readily encouraged. Availability of PPE kits for purchase has also been made for those who are not quite sure about the safety measures taken by particular theaters.