6 officials from the Positive Law Enforcement Directorate, sealed seat


The Law Enforcement Department disinfects its office building twice a week. (Archive photo)

Six officials from the Execution Directorate tested positive for the coronavirus and the headquarters of the investigative agency was sealed for two days, sources said. More than 10 officers who have contacted infected officials have been quarantined.

Recently, a junior officer who works at the branch establishment of the headquarters had tested positive for the virus. He was a member of the investigative agency of a central paramilitary force, the PTI news agency quoted officials as saying.

The Law Enforcement Branch, a central agency that investigates money laundering and hawala offenses, disinfects its office building twice a week and only employees who are required to work on a given day report to the office. office.

This morning, India reported 9,887 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, its biggest day-to-day peak. The number of deaths reported in the past 24 hours is 294, bringing the total in India to 6,642. The country has so far reported more than 2.3 cases of lakh coronavirus, placing it above the Italy to become the country with the sixth highest case of coronavirus.

The number of states with counts of four digits or more has doubled since May 1, when the center authorized the movement of migrant workers on special trains from large urban groups to their villages. Some of these states have seen their total increase by more than 10 times.

Over 1.14 lakh people have recovered in India. In terms of cases, India crossed China – where the virus emerged late last year – for ninth place just a week ago.

With PTI inputs


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