Election commission official tests positive for coronavirus

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The official sits on the second floor of Nirvachan Sadan and is attached to the electronic voting machine (EVM) division of the poll panel.

An authority at the Election Commission of India (ECI) has tried positive for Covid-19 in Delhi, news office ANI gave an account of Monday. This comes in the midst of reports of government authorities testing positive for coronavirus the country over in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Prior this month, a NITI Aayog official was accounted for positive for coronavirus. A story of NITI Aayog's Delhi's office was fixed for sanitation after the staff member tried positive for Covid-19.

On June 2, in any event, 13 workers at Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's office, Raj Niwas, tried constructive for the coronavirus ailment (Covid-19), an official representative said.

Baijal tweeted out saying, "Profoundly worried about the wellbeing of authorities of my secretariat who tried positive for COVID-19 Health of all authorities is steady and is by and large firmly checked. These authorities were working resolutely in these troublesome occasions side by side with other bleeding-edge laborers."

At any rate, two authorities working with the outside issues service tried positive for coronavirus a month ago. While one authority who tried positive filled in as a specialist in the service's Central Europe (CE) division in New Delhi, the other staff member functioned as a lawful official in the law division, news office Reuters revealed.

Covid-19 cases in India presently remain at the fifth spot on the planet. With more than 250,000 cases, India follows nations like the US, Brazil, Russia, and the United Kingdom. On Monday, the Ministry of Health refreshed the national Covid-19 count to 256,611. While more than one lakh individuals have recuperated from the fatal disease, in excess of 7,000 patients have lost their lives. All around, the quantity of Covid-19 cases has zoomed past the 7 million imprints, in excess of 4 lakh individuals have passed on.

The Commission held its first in-person meeting a week ago, after which the dates for the Rajya Sabha surveys were declared. This was the first in-person meeting of the Commission with boss Sunil Arora in participation who was in the US when the lockdown was forced and consequently under home isolate.

"There are sanitizers introduced all over the place and all authorities wear veils to office," said a second EC official. "The rooms are additionally being cleaned day by day, we are avoiding potential risk for our security."

The all outnumber of Covid-19 cases in the nation rose to 256,611 on Monday. The national capital has detailed 28,936 cases according to the information by the Ministry of Health.

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