If patients who recovered after treatment develop symptoms of COVID-19 again within 14 days of discharge from the hospital, they will be registered as a new case once again
The lockdown will remain effective in both urban and rural areas of the state.
The government on Thursday had announced that restrictions will be reimposed in the state from 10 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday in the state following the surge in coronavirus cases.
A police aspirant, Agarwal is a resident of Mihipurwa. Impressed by the leadership qualities of the boy, police have made him the 'in-charge' of an outpost.
According to reports, the youth is a resident of Jharkhand and had been intercepted by the police two days ago.
Circle Officer Amit Saxena told reporters that a video had gone viral in which several people were seen participating in a community panchayat convened to resolve a marriage dispute.
Police said even local residents told them that the deceased, identified as Kunwarpal, was not thrashed and there was only a minor dispute.
The incident took place on Friday. Police have sent the body for post-mortem.
According to officials, a 65-year-old who had diabetes visited the private hospital for the treatment of fever and cough over a week ago.
Earlier on Monday 75 persons had tested positive for the infection, taking the total cases in the state to 558.
He has been advised to stay in quarantine at his home for 14 days.
Initially, he was scheduled visit Meerut and Agra next to assess preparations to fight the spread of coronavirus.