The government of India has extended expiring may 31, quarantine pandemic for another month. At the same time will begin the phasing out of restrictions under the regime of isolation imposed on March 24. Meanwhile, amid growing number of cases, which is hitting new records, after megacolon “Ampan” hit the country and the largest heat waves over the past quarter century, the locust invasion from Pakistan that threatens to neutralize the effect of the program to support farmers with the volume of 1 trillion rupees. In Delhi fear the attack of locusts and the Indian capital that remains in the “red zone” of the pandemic.Next, the fifth mode of the restrictive measures imposed in India more than two months ago in connection with the pandemic coronavirus (“lockdown 5.0”), will be effective from 1 June. “The lockdown will continue in the areas of distribution of the coronavirus until June 30. The zone will determine the local authorities in accordance with regulations of the Ministry of internal Affairs of India,” said a government statement released on Saturday. “Lockdown 5.0” will be the longest and will be divided into three phases, providing for the gradual lifting of restrictions.This maintains introduced in the previous, the fourth stage, the division of the country into “red”, “green” and “orange” zones, depending on the number of cases, each of which has its own set of restrictions and sanitary measures.Recall that the fourth stage of the experience of a number of companies, retailers, public transport, air and railway communication between the States, allowed to begin to return home, stuck in other regions in connection with the pandemic of internal labour migrants. The Prime Minister Narendra modi urged to get used to living in a new reality — near COVID-19, making it clear that the pandemic cannot completely paralyze life in the country.On Sunday, the health Ministry of India said that in recent days the number of cases of infection was 8 380 — an absolute record for the time of the lockdown. The total number of cases exceeded 182 thousand and the next week may overcome the mark of 200 thousand Most disadvantaged remains a Central Maharashtra, where there is a business capital of country Mumbai (over one third of all cases), in the second place the largest and most industrialized state in the South of Tamil Nadu, the third capital territory of Delhi.We will remind that the authorities in several Indian States are party, in opposition to the ruling “Bharatiya Janata party” of Prime Minister Narendra modi.One of them is the epicentre of the recent Typhoon “Ampan” West Bengal, headed by the most implacable critic of the Prime Minister mamata Banerjee.Meanwhile, the elimination of the consequences of the worst over the last two decades of the Typhoon, the damage from which, according to the g��ava West Bengal Mamata Banerjee, only in her home state is $13 billion, not the only problem which forced to deal with the authorities in parallel with the suppression of coronavirus.Another issue is established in some Indian regions of anomalous heat. In Delhi, the thermometer in the last week does not fall below 32 degrees Celsius, while in the largest territory of North-Western Rajasthan the temperature does reach 46 degrees. While Rajasthan remains one of the most troubled States on the epidemiological map of the country, thereby disavowing the theory that in hot weather the pandemic is supposed to retreat.But that’s not all. It Rajasthan took the brunt of the largest in the last quarter of a century the invasion of the locusts, which came into the country from neighboring Pakistan. In the area of “locust crisis” also appeared Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and the home state of Prime Minister of India Narendra modi of Gujarat.Eating the crops of rice, corn, sorghum and other crops, leaving after his invasion of the leafless trees and blanketed the sky in millions of flocks of voracious pests the size of a large grasshopper, locusts usually migrate to India from Pakistan in June-July, during the monsoon season. However, this year it came early: move the insect crossed the strong westerly winds of the cyclone “Ampan”.In a statement the Ministry of agriculture of India noted that the work on locust control held “on the square 47 308 hectares in 303 locations in Rajasthan, Punjab, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh”. To combat the locust drones are involved, firefighters with hoses and tractors. To help them in the field rushed the peasants, armed with pots, pans, drums, horns.Given that one swarm of locusts eats up so much green how many a few elephants, a new disaster might further complicate the situation of farmers, for which the strongest impact was the downtime during the period of active field work.On the eve of the invasion of locusts, the Finance Minister of India Nirmala Sitaraman said that under the anti-crisis program of the government in the agricultural sector will be allocated 1 trillion rupiah ($13 billion).Due to the effects of Typhoon “Ampan”, heat, locusts Indian media reported the incident on Friday the incident at the Medical College Meerut (Uttar Pradesh), where monkeys stole samples of blood of patients with coronavirus by the laboratory. The Times of India newspaper even posted a video in which a monkey is eating a kit for collecting blood samples in connection with what doctors fear that the coronavirus can be transmitted to monkeys.As found by the Indian media, similar incidents have occurred in Meerut before.Sergey Strokan