Coronavirus: Madhya Pradesh reveals night curfew in five cities from Nov 21; check details
Madhya Pradesh federal government announced night curfew in five districts due to increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases. The curfew will begin from 10 pm onward.
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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday revealed a night curfew in 5 districts due to increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases. The curfew will begin on November 21 at 10 pm.
” Night curfew to be imposed between 10 pm to 6 am, starting from November 21 in Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Vidisha, and Ratlam districts,” stated Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
This was told during a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday evening to review the COVID-19 scenario after a spurt in infection cases, especially in Indore and Bhopal.
Nevertheless, people took part in necessary services and factory workers have been excused from the night curfew.
Schools throughout the state from Class 1 to 8 will continue to remain closed. Students of classes 9 to 12 can visit their schools only for assistance.
Movie theater halls will continue to show movies at 50% capacity.
On the decision of containment zones, Chief Minister said that they have actually left the decision to Crisis Management Group.
Earlier, Chief Minister Chouhan had actually turned down reports that the state government was mulling to enforce lockdown again in the view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
” No lockdown will be enforced in the state except in containment zones, however using mask will be strictly implemented. A balance will be kept so that neither the economy gets affected nor the coronavirus scenario leaves control,” a public relations department said pricing quote the chief minister, reported PTI.
The state has reported 1,363 new cases and 14 deaths on Thursday, according to the State Health Department.
Madhya Pradesh has actually so far reported a total of 1,88,018 cases of which 1,75,089 have actually recuperated. An overall of 3,129 people have lost their lives due to a lethal pandemic.
( With company inputs)
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