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Indian super communicator died, and made 40,000 people to be in quarantine 27th march

Indian super communicator died with Covid-19, and made 40,000 people to be in quarantine 27th march 2020

India's epidemic prevention alert. Baldev, a 70-year-old man from northern Punjab. Baldev Singh refused to heed his advice and refused to isolate himself after returning from a tour of Italy and Germany, the worst-hit area in Europe, and even went to a large rally outside the country. Singh died a few days ago and was diagnosed with new coronavirus pneumonia only after his death. The Indian authorities did not dare to take it lightly, and immediately ordered about 40,000 residents in 20 villages to be quarantined to prevent the virus from spreading.

India's population of 1.3 billion will be a disaster once the outbreak is out of control. The total number of confirmed cases in India is currently 640, of which 30 are in Punjab. But experts are concerned that the actual number of diagnoses may be higher, because the detection rate in India is low, and it is the last class in the world.

Prior to his death, Singh, a super communicator, participated in the Sikh traditional festival Hola Mohalla, a six-day celebration that attracted about 10,000 people a day.

A week after his death, 19 relatives were known to test positive. A senior local official said that 550 people who have been in direct contact with him have been tracked and the number is expected to continue to increase. Authorities have blocked 15 villages around the area where he lives. Five other villages in neighbouring states have also been blocked. As many as 40,000 people were ordered to be quarantined.

India has entered a 21-day blockade nationwide since the 25th. 1.3 billion people have to be banned, but they can still go out and buy basic civilian supplies such as food and medicine. .

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