Amid the coronavirus outbreak, all schools, colleges, and movie theatres have been closed in order to prevent the spread of the virus.
A video went viral on social media in which an innocent boy could be seen dancing in front of a school van after exams canceled due to coronavirus. As soon as he came to know that the exam had been postponed, he began to dance with joy.
The decision was taken to delay or cancel schools in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. School van came to pick up the students but returned empty. On this, the little boy began to dance expressing happiness.
As a precautionary measure, the government has postponed the examinations of all schools and it also urged students not to panic about coronavirus. There are students who do not know what to do in such a situation but this child is celebrating happiness over the cancellation of the exam. His dance video went viral on social media in no time.
The entire world is in a state of shock after the novel coronavirus outbreak impacted lakhs of people’s lives. So far, more than 6,000 people have passed away linked to coronavirus and more than 1.6 lakh people were affected by the virus infection. In India alone, the confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 have surpassed 130. By far, three deaths owing to coronavirus have been confirmed in India.
The state’s health minister also said that infected people have been kept under medical observation in an isolation ward. The first coronavirus case in India came to be known after an Italian tourist in Jaipur was tested positive for COVID-19 and his wife showed initial symptoms of the virus and his wife also tested positive for the virus.
China too is finding it tough to bring the widespread infectious disease under control. India, on the other hand, has already evacuated its citizens from different countries. Taking further steps, the Indian government has put a restriction on all tourist visas in the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the citizens not to panic and asserted that the Indian government is taking necessary steps to prevent the fast-spreading disease.