Covid Cases in Supreme Court: Corona havoc in Supreme Court, 7 judges and 250 employees infected – Corona havoc in Supreme Court judges and employees infected ntc

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  • The General Secretary of the Supreme Court is also among the infected.
  • Some staff have been hospitalized

Corona in India: Kovid-19 has now reached from Parliament to Supreme Court. Therefore, the corona bomb (Covid Case in Supreme Court) has exploded in the Supreme Court. On Monday, 7 judges of the Supreme Court and about 250 employees have been found to be Kovid positive. The Secretary General of the Supreme Court is also included in the infected. At present he is in home isolation. Along with this, some staff have been admitted to the hospital.

Concern increased due to judges getting infected

Earlier, on the last day i.e. on Sunday also, 150 people of registry staff have been found corona infected in the Supreme Court. 4 judges are also included in these infected. There are 32 judges in the Supreme Court including CJI NV Ramana. Now the concern is increasing with the judges getting infected. Earlier, about 400 employees and security personnel of Parliament have also been found corona infected.

Only very important cases will be listed

In view of the increasing cases of corona virus, the Supreme Court had decided to hear completely on virtual mode from 7 January. The Supreme Court has decided to make all its judges work from their residential offices. Apart from this, the Supreme Court had said through a circular that from January 10, only urgent matters, fresh matter, bail matters, detention and due date cases will be listed.

Corona has created an outcry in Parliament too

At least 400 employees and security personnel working in Parliament have been found to be corona infected. It is being told that between the last 6 and 7 January, corona infection has been confirmed among the employees working in Parliament. Officials said that between January 4 and 8, out of 1,409 employees of Parliament, 402 staff members got corona. After which their samples have been sent for genome sequencing.

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