In pictures: Here's what happened before and after Nizamuddin Markaz

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March13-15: A a religious congregation attended by nearly 2,000 people, including foreigners at the Nizamuddin Markaz

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March 16: Delhi Government bans religious, social, cultural and political gatherings as well as protests comprising more than 50 people till March 31

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March 20: 10 Indonesians who attended the gathering tested positive at a Telangana hospital

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March 22: PM Narendra Modi calls for a Janata Curfew

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March 23: 1500 people vacate the markaz

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March 24: Nationwide lockdown announced by PM till April 14

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March 25: Jamaat officials file an application for permission to vacate the premises and transfer its workers

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March 26: A Jamaat preacher who attended the gathering tested positive and died in Srinagar

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March 27: Six coronavirus suspects were put in a quarantine facility in AIIMS, located at Haryana’s Jhajjar after a medical check-up

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March 28: SDM and the WHO team visit the markaz and 33 suspected people were kept in the isolation ward at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital

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March 29: Markaz officials said no fresh gatherings were allowed post nationwide lockdown

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April 2: Authorities across states have identified more than 6,000 people who attended the Nizamuddin Tablighi Jamaat congregation

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More than 5,000 of those identified have been quarantined, including in hospitals across states, while efforts are on to trace another 2,000 including those in Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Telangana.


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