The pandemic has badly hit India’s densely populated major cities and Chennai ordered a new lockdown from Friday because of a surge in cases.Elsewhere, lockdowns are gradually being eased because of the damage they have caused the economy.India, the fourth-worst-hit country in the world by cases, has now recorded 354,065 cases, according to official figures. Experts say the figure is much higher and have called for more widespread testing. India’s official coronavirus death toll leapt by more than 2,000 to reach 11,903 on Wednesday as Germany advised its nationals to consider leaving the country because of growing health risks.Mumbai revised its toll up by 862 to 3,165 because of unspecified accounting “discrepancies” while New Delhi saw a record jump of more than 400 deaths, taking its total to more than 1,800.It was not immediately clear how many of the deaths had occurred in the past 24 hours and how many were from adjustments over a longer period. Topics : With hospitals in several cities now struggling to keep up with the pandemic, Germany became the first country to warn its nationals about staying in the country.The German foreign ministry sent a message to nationals in India saying it “recommends that you and your families seriously consider whether a temporary return to Germany or another country with an assured health care system makes sense”.The note said that while the lockdown was being eased “unlike in Europe, case numbers are still rising strongly. This increases considerably the risk of infection.”The embassy said its medical experts believed that people with the coronavirus and other serious medical needs have “no or very little chance of being admitted to hospitals. This increases considerably the health risks of a stay in India.”Hospitals in Mumbai have been overwhelmed by coronavirus cases, while the government has sent specially adapted railway carriages to Delhi and authorities have taken over hotels and banquet halls to put coronavirus patients.
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More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoThe Robina Group has fast tracked the launch of stage two of its $170 million Vue Terrace Homes to meet demand from a waiting-list of buyers. The Robina Group has fast tracked the launch of stage two of its $170 million Vue Terrace Homes to meet demand from a waiting-list of buyers.Homes include three-bedrooms plus media, across two levels, with early site preparation and civil works underway. Work on Vue Terrace Homes is set to start later this year.Robina Group sales manager Azura Griffen said stage one was almost sold out and sales in the first stage had reached $36 million.“Homes in stage two have been highly-anticipated, prompting us to push the button on their release to meet the strong demand we have already been fielding,” Ms Griffen said.“The open-plan design and location of the homes, right at the heart of Robina with shops, schools, transport, health and sporting amenities close by, appeals to purchasers from first home buyers through to empty nesters and investors.”The appeal of buying a property off-the-plan led first homebuyer Elaine Fang to Vue Terrace Homes. “Buying off-the-plan allowed me to put down a small 10 per cent deposit and I can use the time before settlement to save and reduce the amount of finance I will need to borrow,” she said.“Vue Terrace Homes has an attractive location and resort-style amenities, and I was impressed by the modern design, quality fittings and functional layout, including generous bedrooms.“I was given a choice of three interior schemes with European appliances and high quality finishes. I looked at many other homes before finding Vue Terrace Homes — and it simply ticked all the boxes.” Ms Fang, who previously lived in Robina for 10 years, said the suburb was also the perfect place to invest. The Robina Group has fast tracked the launch of stage two of its $170 million Vue Terrace Homes to meet demand from a waiting-list of buyers.Stage two of the Robina Group’s $170 million Vue Terrace Homes has been fast-tracked to meet demand from a waiting-list of buyers.The second stage includes 62 architecturally-designed terrace homes, many with a prime, elevated position on the community’s perimeter, providing stunning uninterrupted views across Robina City Parklands to the Gold Coast skyline.
Trp. Ponsler is pictured here between Versailles District Assistant Commander First Sgt. Matt Burkhardt and District Commander Lt. Paul AdamsVersailles, In. — Twenty-seven year veteran of the Indiana State Police Department Jim Ponsler has announced his retirement.Ponsler is a 1983 graduate of South Decatur High School, a 1985 graduate of Vincennes University and four-year U.S. Army veteran. After working on the family farm he was selected for the 49th class of the Indiana State Police Academy. Initially working Harrison County from the Sellersburg Post he transferred to the Versailles Post.Ponsler has also been very active in the Decatur County community and local racing.