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At a time when his administration has come under severe criticism over the rising number of cases, US President Donald Trump attempted to deflect critism.

He instead chose to target India and China saying the two countries would have much more Corona virus cases than America, if they conduct more tests.

According to Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, the US has reported nearly 1.9 million cases and over 1,09,000 deaths, making America the worst affected country, while the total number of COVID19 cases in India and China as on 06 June stand at 2,36,184 and 84,177 respectively.

Amul Twitter account blocked briefly after a tweet targeted China

The Twitter account of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation, owner of the Amul brand, was blocked briefly after it posted a cartoon apparently calling for a boycott of Chinese products.

GCMMF Managing Director R S Sodhi said that Twitter blocked its handle @Amul_Coop after its advertising agency posted a cartoon featuring its mascot `Amul girl’ with the caption “Exit the Dragon?” on June 4th.

The cartoon appeared to support the new policy of `Atmanirbhar Bharat’ enunciated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as a call for a boycott of Chinese products on Indian social media against the backdrop of a stand-off between the two countries in eastern Ladakh.

Delhi Government: Mild, asymptomatic patients to be discharged 

Delhi government has issued an order saying all asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic Covid patients will be discharged from hospitals within 24 hours of admission.

This move was taken as many asymptomatic and mild symptom cases have been admitted in the hospital facilities.

As per the new guidelines such cases will be either kept under home isolation or sent to COVID care centres or COVID health centres if their houses are not suitable for home isolation. In the order, the hospitals have been warned that non-compliance will be viewed seriously and invite legal action.

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