Complete lockdown in 4 MP districts from tonight, find out where the ban will be

Complete lockdown in 4 MP districts from tonight, find out where the ban will be

The move to strengthen 2546 new cases of corona virus infection in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday

MP Lockdown, News Bhopal: Due to the rapidly growing coronavirus infection in Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh), it has been decided to impose a lockdown of more than one day in four districts of the state. Chhindwara (Chhindwara), three days and Betul (Khargone) and Bandalam (Ratlam) Ratlam (two days) will be effective from tonight. Let us know that there were 2526 new cases of coronavirus infection in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday and with this the total number of people infected with the virus so far in the state has reached 298,057. In view of this, the Madhya Pradesh government has taken this step. Read more – Coronary record breaking for persistent coronary infections, worst case scenario in Maharashtra

In order to prevent the growing contagion of MP from being decided, such a mask needs to be applied on the one hand, while complete detention is being carried out in four districts on the other. It has been implemented for three days in Chhindwara and two days in Betul, Khargone and Ratlam. At the same time, there will be lockdowns in 12 cities in 11 MP districts from 10pm on Saturday to 6am on Monday. There are already lockdown orders in Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Chhindwara, Ratlam, Betul and Khargaon. Lock orders have also been issued in Gwalior, Ujjain, Bidisha, Narsinghpur and Sonsar districts of Chhindwara district. Read more – Coroner Update in Uttar Pradesh: Coroner UP speeds up, 266 new patients and 9 deaths in last 24 hours

Complete lockdown in Chhindwara from 2nd April to 4th April

A meeting of the District Disaster Management Group was organized at Chhindoa under the chairmanship of Collector Sourav Kumar Sumon. The meeting discussed with the committee members about the necessary steps to prevent the spread of corona in the district. It was decided at the meeting that from April 2 to April 4, there will be a complete ban on urban and urban border areas in the district. Read more – Corona case in Aurangabad: New case of Kovid-19 in Aurangabad, 19 killed

Two-day lockdown in Betul district

It has been decided to hold a 3-day lockdown in Betul district. Collector and District Magistrate Amanbir Singh Bains directed a complete shutdown in the entire revenue range of the district from 6am on Friday, April 2 to 5 April. During this time, home delivery of the required service milk can be done from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. As per the decision taken by the District Disaster Management Group, Rangpanchami, i.e. April 2, the system of closing the market in the entire district will remain in effect. Official ceremonies, not holding processions etc. will be prohibited in Rangpanchami. Rangpanchami will not be celebrated collectively in the forest.

Lockdown in Ratlam from tonight to Monday morning

With the conversion of Corona in mind, a meeting of the district level disaster management committee of Ratlam district decided that there would be a complete ban in Ratlam town from 10pm on Friday to 6am on Monday. Drug stores and hospitals will be open at this time to provide essential services like medicines. Milk delivery will be provided by milk distributors from 6 am to 10 am and from 4 pm to 7 pm. During the meeting, it was decided to celebrate his Holi at his home ahead of the upcoming Rangpanchami festival.

2-day lockdown in urban areas of Khargone district

The urban areas of Khargone district will now have two days on Saturday and Sunday. Additional District Magistrate ML Kanel has issued an order in this regard. The order said that the urban areas of the district would be in full swing in Khargone, Kasarwad, Maheshwar, Mandleshwar, Kari, Bistan, Vikangaon, Sanawad and Barwa on Friday, April 2 from 8 am to 6 am on Monday. Government, private, bank and telecom offices will be open during this time. There will also be discounts for industrial unit products and workers, industrial raw materials and products, medical emergencies, sick people to come and go and take part in competitive examinations. This ban will not apply to chemist, ration and petrol pump stores.


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