Tamil Nadu lockdown:- Coronavirus has its impact on all over the world and that’s also ruining their economy. Now to handle that government is taking a lot of security measures where the earlier government made it very clear that the second phase of lockdown is going to be more strict than the earlier one, After which center also said that they will check the security measures of states and then after analyzing the situation they will give some relaxation from 20th April. But after all this, the number of cases has been rising so far and now that data shows that in India we have more then 27000 people who are infected from this virus and over 700 deaths have been reported so far.
Earlier the week PM Modi speaks to Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami to discuss the situation in the state because Tamil Nadu is also one of the states which have been affected by this pandemic situation so badly where we have seen more than 1600 cases in the sate and over 20 death because of this virus. Now to control that Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami has taken a strict decision in which today afternoon where he said 5 cities of Tamil Nadu is going to go in strict lockdown from Sunday onwards. These cities are Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore, Tirupur, and Salem, here the strict lockdown is going to start from Sunday, at 6 am, and going to remain till Wednesday at 9 pm. In this lockdown, only hospitals, pharmacies, state-run shops providing essential services, government run-Amma canteens that provide food at subsidized rates, ATMs, restaurants offering home delivery, mobile vegetable and fruit shops will be allowed. Strict security and disinfectant measures will be in place in the containment zones. A case will be filed against those violating the shutdown and their vehicles would be impounded, the Chief Minister said. These cities in Tamil Nadu has been reported a large number of cases Chennai alone has 400 cases, Coimbatore has 134, and Tirupur has 110 and so on, that’s why CM decided to take these precaution to break the chain of transmission of this pandemic situation in the state.