Lockdown in four more districts of Madhya Pradesh, due to corona - Newztezz Online


Friday, April 2, 2021

Lockdown in four more districts of Madhya Pradesh, due to corona

Corona is spreading its foot in the country as well as in Madhya Pradesh. 
Due to which two days of lockdowns have been announced in Khargone, Ratlam and Betul districts of the state. At the same time, three days lockdown has been decided in Chhindwara (chhindwara). The District Crisis Management Committee in Madhya Pradesh took this decision on Thursday to reduce corona cases.

In the disaster management meeting, due to the ever increasing corona infection in Chhindwara district, the collector has declared a lockdown in the district's urban border from 10:00 am on Thursday night to 6:00 am on Monday morning. Collector Saurabh Kumar Suman said that the infection is increasing continuously. During this time there is a problem with tracing. On the recommendation of the Home Department, in the meeting of the Disaster Management Committee, a decision has been taken to impose lockdown within five km radius from 10:00 pm on Thursday night to 6:00 am on Monday.

Ban on celebrating Rangpanchami collectively

At the same time, Betul Collector and District Magistrate Amanbir Singh Bains has declared complete lockdown in the entire revenue range of the district from 10 am on Friday, 2 April to 5 April on Monday, at 6 am. During this, home delivery of essential service milk can be done from six to nine in the morning. Also, public events, non / processions etc. will be banned on Rangpanchami. The festival of Rangpanchami will not be celebrated collectively in the district.

18,057 active patients in the state so far

On Thursday, 2546 new corona-positive patients have been found in Madhya Pradesh, the number of infected has increased to 2,98,057. On Thursday, 12 corona-infected patients have died, the death toll of patients has increased to 3,998. Today 1573 infected patients have recovered and gone home. So far, 2,76,002 patients have returned home after getting healthy, while 18,057 patients are active.

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