Madhya Pradesh reveals night curfew in five cities
By: Express News Service|Bhopal |
Upgraded: November 21, 2020 6: 42: 11 am
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan.( File).
The Madhya Pradesh government led by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday revealed imposition of night curfew across five cities in the state. The curfew will enter into force from November 21 beginning with 10 pm until 6 am the next early morning.
The decission to impose the night curfew followed Chouhan held a review conference with heath officials to take a stock of the situation. Following this, it was revealed that night curfew will be imposed in Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Ratlam and Vidisha. But the night curfew will not impede the movement of transport cars and labours working in factories.
Chouhan even more clarified that the a crises management group headed by gathered will hold conference in every district on November 21 to review the circumstance at the district level and decided accordingly.
The schools upto class eight will stay shut in Madhya Pradesh and the greater secondary and colleges will also not hold routine sessions. “Only those who desire assistance can concern colleges and greater schools according to the standards put down by the respective departments,” stated Chouhan.
The night curfew will continue till the cases have stabilised pointed out Chouhan. While there would be no lockdown in any locations of the state other than those that develop into containetment zones with high variety of cases. Such areas will be determined as containetment zones and motion to and fro from these containment zone will be stopped.
On November 20, a total of 1,529 new cases of COVID-19 were discovered in the state of which the greatest of 378 were in the state’s capital of Bhopal. This was followed by Indore which stood at 313 cases. Another 9 individuals died due to COVID in MP on Friday while till date about 3138 individuals have actually lost their lives. MP so far has actually taped an overall of 1.89 lakh favorable cases.
On Friday, Bhopal taped the greatest of 378 me COVID cases followed by Indore with 313 cases, Gwalior 96 positive cases while Ratlam recorded 76 cases and Vidisha another 39 cases. The total active cases in MP stand at 10402 of which 1528 were reported on Friday. The greatest death due to COVID-19 have actually been tape-recorded in Indore with an overall of 726 deaths followed by Bhopal with 503 deaths, 172 in Gwalior and 62 in Ratlam while another 52 in Vidisha. While an overall of 3138 people have actually passed away in the state so far.
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