Air Force’s Flypast Over Delhi’s Rajpath To Thank Coronavirus Warriors

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Live Updates: Indian Air Force's Flypast Over Delhi's Rajpath To Thank Coronavirus Warriors

COVID-19 Cases India Updates: IAF’s flypast over Rajpath in Delhi.

New Delhi:

Coronavirus India Live Updates: Indian Air Force’s jets and transport planes flew over Srinagar’s Dal Lake and Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh early this morning, in a show of support to medical professionals and others involved in fighting the coronavirus pandemic. Another “gesture of special gratitude” will be helicopters showering petals on hospitals and Army bands playing outside medical buildings in most districts, General Rawat said. The first show of gratitude to health workers was when Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested people to clap for them from their balconies. Then came a show of solidarity with turning off lights and lighting candles. The latest gesture by the armed forces is the third massive display of gratitude to health workers.

India recorded the biggest single-day jump of 2,411 coronavirus cases on Saturday, taking the total to 37,776, the Union Health Ministry said. A total of 1,223 deaths linked to the highly infectious COVID-19 have been reported so far in the country. The nationwide lockdown, which began on March 25 to check the spread of the novel coronavirus, has been extended till May 17.

As government eases curbs in some parts, travel by air, rail, metro and inter-state movement by road will remain banned across the country. Most commercial and private offices can open with upto 33 per cent staff, with the rest working from home.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases in India Live Updates:

Indian Air Force jets fly over Marine Drive in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

Indian Air Force’s Flypast Over Delhi’s Rajpath To Thank Coronavirus Warriors

Indian Air Force’s flypast over Delhi’s Rajpath to thank medical professionals and others involved in fighting the coronavirus outbreak.

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Indian Army band performs outside a government hospital in Panchkula, Haryana to thank medical professionals involved in fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

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Chopper showering petals on Police memorial in Delhi

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Police official of Delhi (East) Jasmeet Singh says footfall to the Ghazipur vegetable market has increased as several other markets have closed.

“We have set up channelizers here and people are being sent inside through them. Separate lanes have been made for cycle carts and mini-trucks. Due to these measures ,the situation has improved,” he tells news agency ANI.

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The Indian Air Force’s jets and transport planes will shower petals on hospitals and places of national importance while the Navy’s ships will be lit up today in a show of support to medical professionals and others involved in fighting the coronavirus pandemic.



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