After 37 days, the night curfew has come into force again in Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced that a night curfew will be in force from 11 pm to 5 am across the state amid apprehensions of a rise in the number of COVID cases as Omicron cases continue to rise across the country. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said to implement it with immediate effect. No case of Omicron variant has been reported in Madhya Pradesh so far but the government has decided to implement strict measures as a precautionary measure.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said, ‘We are implementing night curfew from 11 pm to 5 am. It is worrying that more cases are coming up in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Delhi. In Madhya Pradesh too, 30 cases have been found in 24 hours. Omicron has arrived in 16 states of the country. There is a possibility of it coming in Madhya Pradesh also. If you look at the whole world, Omicron is growing very fast. Therefore, looking at the situation, I feel with conscience that we have to stop the third wave of corona. We have to take all necessary measures. I request you not to delay. Do wear a mask. Keep social distance. Don’t go in unnecessary crowd. Be sure to get the vaccine. If someone gets infected in his home, there is no place to keep him separately, then he will be admitted to the hospital. We had already decided that only 50% of our children who are in school will go to school so that social distancing can be maintained there.
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While addressing the review meeting of Corona Infection Control and Vaccination in Mantralaya in which Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang, Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman were present, the Chief Minister said that in the districts where the vaccination of Corona has decreased, there The officer-in-charge should make sure to work on this by paying special attention. Vaccination is our top priority. Find each person and vaccinate. The campaign continued. Do not hesitate in this work. Start a prevention campaign in the first step. Inspire those who do not wear masks to wear masks. Social distancing and other precautions should also be taken.
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He said that motivate citizens to apply for both the dose of prevention and vaccination for masks. Along with this, it should be ensured that only those who get both the doses go to the places like New Year’s festival program, gym, cinema hall etc. Motivate government employees to get the vaccine as well. Salary should not be given without vaccine.
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