Current Affairs in a row: 24 April 2020

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Current Affairs

• The United States most affected by the coronavirus pandemic has decided to stop immigration for as many days as possible – 60 days

In view of the status of COVID-19, the Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare recently informed that the online portal which is being used to monitor the real-time status of the current reserves of each blood group – e-Raktosh

• English Language Day is celebrated on 23 April

• Recently the player who has been selected as the Ambassador for World Badminton Federation (BWF) ‘I Badminton’ awareness campaign- PV Sindhu

• Supreme Court quashed the order to provide 100 percent reservation for ST candidates in the Scheduled Tribe areas – Andhra Pradesh

• The state government that has banned the use and sale of all tobacco products including cigarettes, bidis, gutkha, zarda, betel nuts, hookahs, e-hookahs, e-cigarettes in view of the corona virus – Jharkhand

• The institution according to which the decline in the economic sector due to covid-19 may almost double the number of people facing acute food insecurity in the world this year- United Nations

• Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare launched the interactive platform for establishing a direct channel of communication during the COVID-19 epidemic – COVID India Services

• India’s largest IT company TCS, which will launch the country’s first fully digital bank – Israel

• The central government recently issued an ordinance in view of the attacks on health workers across the country, under which the culprits can now be punished for as long as seven years.

These were the Current Affairs for 24 April 2020.

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