Madhya Pradesh government issued Tuesday a fresh set of Covid guidelines in order to further contain the spread of the virus in the state. On Tuesday, the tally of COVID-19 rose to 7,88,649 in Madhya Pradesh and added 224 cases, with 27 deaths at 8,615, according to one official.
He said that during the last 24 hours 528 individuals were discharged from hospitals, with a recovery rate of 7,76,424, with the State leaving 3,160 active cases with 1,147 and 632 cases in Bhopal and Indore.
This is what the government of Madhya Pradesh has laid down in new guidelines:
All religious, political, sports and entertainment meetings are forbidden. Education institutions, colleges and schools will be shut down. Online classes can be operated It is allowed to open religious places.
However, only six persons are permitted at once and each person must follow the proper conduct of Covid. From 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., all types of shops, establishments and private offices shall be open. There are shopping centres, fitness centres, restaurants, clubs and sports facilities.
Restaurants, gyms, the gym, club with 50% capacity can be opened. Government offices are now open to the public on a daily basis. The wedding will be attended by 50 people from both parties.
The list must first be submitted to the administration. Industries and construction activities are permitted. It is important to note that in urban areas across the state from 10 to 6 am, the night curfew will remain in force. Every Sunday, there is a public curfew.
Earlier today, a ban on inter-state passenger buses will be lifted from Wednesday to June 22, when a government official said here on Tuesday. It was the inter-state ban on passenger buses to travel from Pradesh Madhya to Uttar Pradesh and from Rajasthan to Chhattisgarh.
He added that the order was issued by the additional transport Commissioner Arvind Saxena, MP, to lift the prohibition on moving buses from the three countries and to keep the ban imposed on Maharashtra.