Madhya Pradesh

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced on Saturday that the Government in Madhya Pradesh will lift the lockout on Sundays or Corona’s curfew because the state has recorded a steady decline in the COVID-19 cases.

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But in Madhya Pradesh, the night curfew will continue. We immediately lift the corona curfew on Sunday.

Those who want to open their studios and carry on business can, as per the COVID-19 protocol, tweeted by Chouhan.

In Madhya Pradesh, the pandemic has been controlled because not a single COVID-19 case has been registered in 35 state districts.

Chouhan also said Madhya Pradesh had set a record for yet another time since Saturday morning at 9,64,756 doses of vaccines. For the first time, there have been less than 1,000 active cases.

The positive rate of the case has dropped to 0.06%. In this situation, the imposition of the #coronacurfew on Sunday also appears unreasonable, he said. 9,64,756 doses were given since morning, until 7.30 pm on Saturday.

He said again, Madhya Pradesh set a record. Madhya Pradesh reported on Saturday 46 new COVID-19 cases and 25 casualties which, according to the State Health Department, have pushed tally of infection to 7,89,657 and have taken the toll to 8,8

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