Covid-19 and Indian Constitution

Mohit Singh 
Amity Law School, Noida 

Volume III, Issue II, 2020

In the year 2019, in a city called Wuhan, capital of Hubei, province of People’s Republic of China reported a new type of pneumonia, started coming. It was mid of November when it’s said that China recorded its first case relating to Covid19 or Coronavirus. Initially, its spread was way too slow. But it was just a matter of time when there was a boom in its total number of cases. It was around the 30th of January when the total number of cases reached ten thousand and after that, within just 4 days i.e. on 3rd February the total number of cases reached twenty thousand. It was on March 5th of 2020, the total number of cases reached hundred thousand and on 18th March 2020, the total number had doubled and reached two-hundred thousand. This clearly shows that how much slowly there was an increase in total numbers initially but then it grew rapidly. It took nearly 4 months to reach 100 thousand cases but then just in the next 13 days the total number of cases doubled. The first country to report cases of the corona was China, and then news of new cases started to come from Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States of America. France was the first European country to report the case of the coronavirus.


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