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Step up
?With any big crisis comes great responsibility.
?Extraordinary set of circumstances.
?A reasonable restriction on cit izens’ rights may come
into play on invoking provisions of the Epidemic
Diseases Act.
?Every individual must respond responsibly during this
time.
?Tablighi Jamaat conference in Nizamuddin, Delhi
?TRACE THEM ALL: It is indeed a Herculean task, and
may even be considered impossible.
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Step up
?With any big crisis comes great responsibility.
?Extraordinary set of circumstances.
?A reasonable restriction on cit izens’ rights may come
into play on invoking provisions of the Epidemic
Diseases Act.
?Every individual must respond responsibly during this
time.
?Tablighi Jamaat conference in Nizamuddin, Delhi
?TRACE THEM ALL: It is indeed a Herculean task, and
may even be considered impossible.
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Step up
?With any big crisis comes great responsibility.
?Extraordinary set of circumstances.
?A reasonable restriction on cit izens’ rights may come
into play on invoking provisions of the Epidemic
Diseases Act.
?Every individual must respond responsibly during this
time.
?Tablighi Jamaat conference in Nizamuddin, Delhi
?TRACE THEM ALL: It is indeed a Herculean task, and
may even be considered impossible.
?NEWS: With at least 24 of its occupants testing positive for the novel
coronavirus, an Islamic centre in the national capital has turned out to be
the latest hotspot of COVID-19.
?More than 400 people with symptoms were admitted to different
hospitals and over 1,100 shifted to government-run quarantine facilities
in Delhi alone over Monday and Tuesday, officials said.
?Hundreds of others who returned home after staying at the centre over
the last fortnight might have carried the virus to several States,
authorities fear.
?The Delhi police on Tuesday registered a case against Maulana Saad and
others from Tablighi Jamaat under Section 3 of the Epidemic Diseases
Act, 1897, read with Sections 269, 270, 271 and 120-B of the IPC,
for violation of government directions in respect of restriction of
gatherings and safety measures, including physical- distancing.
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Step up
?With any big crisis comes great responsibility.
?Extraordinary set of circumstances.
?A reasonable restriction on cit izens’ rights may come
into play on invoking provisions of the Epidemic
Diseases Act.
?Every individual must respond responsibly during this
time.
?Tablighi Jamaat conference in Nizamuddin, Delhi
?TRACE THEM ALL: It is indeed a Herculean task, and
may even be considered impossible.
?NEWS: With at least 24 of its occupants testing positive for the novel
coronavirus, an Islamic centre in the national capital has turned out to be
the latest hotspot of COVID-19.
?More than 400 people with symptoms were admitted to different
hospitals and over 1,100 shifted to government-run quarantine facilities
in Delhi alone over Monday and Tuesday, officials said.
?Hundreds of others who returned home after staying at the centre over
the last fortnight might have carried the virus to several States,
authorities fear.
?The Delhi police on Tuesday registered a case against Maulana Saad and
others from Tablighi Jamaat under Section 3 of the Epidemic Diseases
Act, 1897, read with Sections 269, 270, 271 and 120-B of the IPC,
for violation of government directions in respect of restriction of
gatherings and safety measures, including physical- distancing.
Page 5


Step up
?With any big crisis comes great responsibility.
?Extraordinary set of circumstances.
?A reasonable restriction on cit izens’ rights may come
into play on invoking provisions of the Epidemic
Diseases Act.
?Every individual must respond responsibly during this
time.
?Tablighi Jamaat conference in Nizamuddin, Delhi
?TRACE THEM ALL: It is indeed a Herculean task, and
may even be considered impossible.
?NEWS: With at least 24 of its occupants testing positive for the novel
coronavirus, an Islamic centre in the national capital has turned out to be
the latest hotspot of COVID-19.
?More than 400 people with symptoms were admitted to different
hospitals and over 1,100 shifted to government-run quarantine facilities
in Delhi alone over Monday and Tuesday, officials said.
?Hundreds of others who returned home after staying at the centre over
the last fortnight might have carried the virus to several States,
authorities fear.
?The Delhi police on Tuesday registered a case against Maulana Saad and
others from Tablighi Jamaat under Section 3 of the Epidemic Diseases
Act, 1897, read with Sections 269, 270, 271 and 120-B of the IPC,
for violation of government directions in respect of restriction of
gatherings and safety measures, including physical- distancing.
Beyond social distancing to fight COVID-19
?How social distancing actually works in the periphery?
?The COVID-19 epidemic in South Korea.
?The transmission of the disease from Wuhan to South
Korea because of frequent travel among cult
members.
?Iran became a leading COVID-19 hot spot in West Asia
due to a unique set of circumstances.
?The initial hub of disease transmission in Iran was
Qom, a popular pilgrimage centre for Shiite Muslims.
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