Gurugram can heave a sigh of relief as the local authorities have declared zero new COVID-19 cases for the first time.
As per the COVID-19 health bulletin released by the district health authorities on Saturday, the district has recorded zero cases for the first time.
Further, the district has total of 36 positive cases till now out of which 19 are active cases and 17 have recovered.
A total of 8,895 people have been put on surveillance till date and 2,788 samples have been found negative.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi while announcing the second phase of the lockdown said that districts exhibiting an improvement in the situation, may get certain relaxation in terms of lockdown measures after April 20.
The total number of coronavirus positive cases in India climbed to 14,792 on Saturday, including 12,289 active cases and 2,014 people who have recovered. The death toll now reached 488.