The women brought their bank passbooks and Aadhaar cards to the place of worship with them expecting that money will be transferred to their bank accounts if they succeeded in pleasing the "deity".
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Activities barred in the notification issued on June 1 would continue to remain suspended, including the closure of all religious places.
Teachers also visit the students to clear their doubts and check whether the homework given has been completed.
The state has 21 orange zones and 3 green zones, said the Principal Health Secretary Nitin Madan Kulkarni.
Out of the 33 new cases, 18 are from Garhwa, 6 from Hazaribagh, 5 from Jamshedpur, 2 from Giridih while one each from Gumla and Saraikela have also been found positive of coronavirus.
33 patients suffering from the virus have fully recovered and were sent back to their homes.
CRPF deployed at Ranchi’s Hindpiri to implement lockdown strictly.
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One of the nurses had assisted in the delivery of a corona positive woman in Hindpiri, a hotspot, a few days back.
Out of the total 56 cases tested positive so far, 35 are from Ranchi, 10 from Bokaro, 3 from Hazaribagh, 2 each from Dhanbad, and Simdega.
Other persons, quarantined along with the deceased, told police that he appeared to be a bit disturbed and wanted to go home.
Police called it a clear case of depression as the person, who was suffering from cough and breathing problems, committed suicide thinking that he was infected with the virus.
The woman, who was the second case in the state and whose husband was the second fatality in the state, was tested negative for coronavirus on Monday.
Out of the total 38 cases tested positive so far, 21 are from Ranchi, 9 from Bokaro, 2 from Hazaribagh, 2 from Dhanbad one each from Giridih, Koderma and 2 from Simdega.
Of the three fresh cases, two are from Ranchi's Hindpiri locality, which has become 'a COVID-19 hotspot', while the other is from Simdega, the first case of the district.
Soren said there are several challenges before the government and it has to face them to win the battle against coronavirus.