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March 1, 2021

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With a little care, Corona will take the form of a giant: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan

With a little care, Corona will take the form of a giant: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan

With a little care, Corona will take the form of a giant: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan makes masks mandatory in Indore and Bhopal
Special vigilance is necessary in districts adjoining Maharashtra
Immediately call the meeting of all the District Crisis Management Group
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan holds meeting to control corona infection Bhopal: Monday, February 22, 2021, 19:52 IST Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that constant vigilance is necessary in relation to Corona. A slight negligence can take a macabre form. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan directed to ensure the imperative of masks in Indore and Bhopal. Shri Chouhan also gave instructions to test the persons coming to all the districts adjoining Maharashtra. In a meeting held in the Ministry to review the situation of Corona, all the District Collectors were instructed to immediately meet the Crisis Management Group in their districts and take immediate decision regarding necessary precautions in view of the prevailing circumstances at the district level. The meeting also discussed about the vigilance of movement from Indore and Bhopal to other parts of the state. In the rural areas of all districts adjoining Maharashtra, all government staff including the Rural Development Department should start an immediate campaign on activities like prevention of corona and activities like Roko-Toko. Vishwas Sarang Chief Secretary Mr. Iqbal Singh Bains, Additional Chief Secretary Health Mr. Mohammed Suleman, Director General of Police, Mr. Vivek Johri were present. Vigilance is necessary at Shivratri fairs. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan has said that vigilance and awareness in the fairs to be held in the state on the festival of Shivratri Necessary. The imperative of testing RT PCR should also be considered in relation to participation in the fairs held in districts adjoining Maharashtra. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that a large number of people from Maharashtra attend the fairs held at Chhindwara and Betul on the occasion of Shivaratri. The Crisis Management Group of the concerned districts should meet and take timely decisions regarding organizing the fairs and necessary precautions. Madhya Pradesh was informed that the number of corona infection affected in Kerala and Maharashtra has increased in the country. Madhya Pradesh is at number 9 in the country. The situation is now under control in Kerala. At the national level where 42 percent cases are coming daily in Maharashtra and 33 percent in Kerala, only 2 percent cases are coming in Madhya Pradesh. In the last seven days, 773 cases in Indore, the Chief Secretary Mr. Mohammad Suleman said that the number of Corona positive cases is showing increase in the state since last week. In the last seven days, 110 cases are coming daily in Indore, 57 in Bhopal, 12 cases in Jabalpur. During this period, 773 cases have been reported, 397 in Bhopal and 85 in Jabalpur. Incidents are also increasing in Betul, Chhindwara, Barwani, Damoh, Sidhi, Ratlam and Khargone. Trial of all 354 passengers from the UK was conducted in the UK due to the impact of the new strain of Corona. Gone. Five of them were found to be positive, including two from Indore and one each from Bhopal, Gwalior, Jabalpur. Madhya Pradesh is second in the country in Kovid vaccination, Madhya Pradesh is second in the country in Kovid vaccination. Additional Chief Secretary Health informed that 75 percent target has been achieved in joint vaccination of health worker and front line worker. It is 76 percent in Rajasthan. The national average in vaccination is 53 percent, while more than 75 percent vaccination has been done in 37 districts of the state. Dindori 93 per cent, Bhind 89 per cent, Alirajpur, Sehore and Chhatarpur have 87 per cent immunization. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed to speed up immunization of health workers and front line workers in Gwalior, Indore, Datia vaccination. At present, 66 percent vaccination has been done in Gwalior and Indore and 65 percent in Datia, which is the lowest in the state. So far, 72 percent of the targeted group has been vaccinated in Bhopal. The second cycle of vaccination will be completed by March 10. It was informed in the meeting that the second round of vaccination for the eligible beneficiaries is starting in the state. It will be completed by 10 March.

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