COVID-19 Update : Rajasthan & MP

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Update : COVID-19 - Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh

Rajasthan: More than 55% of corona patients cured so far :

In Rajasthan, more than 55 percent of corona patients have been cured so far. After 26 new cases reported today, now the number of active cases has reached to 1450 in the state. While 1903 Corona patients have been free from infection.

Some migrants returned from other states have been tested positive for COVID 19 in Jalore and Sirohi districts in the last three days. So far, Corona cases have been reported in 31 out of 33 districts of the state. However, there are 15 districts where the number of active patients is less than 5. Jaipur and Jodhpur cities are the most affected by the infection.

Coronavirus cases rise to 3,252 in MP :

In Madhya Pradesh, the number of coronavirus cases in the state rose to 3,252. Thus the number of affected districts has gone up to 36 in Madhya Pradesh. The state conducted around 61 thousand tested so far. The condition of 1,589 patients is stable while that of 239 was serious. So far, 1231 people have recovered from coronavirus infection while 193 have been died.

Meanwhile, e-pass facility has been started for the convenience of the people. AIR correspondent reports, State Control Room In-Charge and Additional Chief Secretary ICP Keshari have issued new instructions regarding issuing passes of various categories.

Till now, there was no system of coming from the hotspot districts of other states to the any districts of Madhya Pradesh. But now residents of Madhya Pradesh who are stranded in hotspot districts of other states will be able to return to their homes using the E-pass facility.

Similarly, earlier, e-passes were being made only for medical emergency, death and marriage from the red zone areas of the state to other districts. Now the collector will allow travel from these districts as well as other districts within the state. Medical examination of citizens coming from other districts will be mandatory. All these people will also have to download the Aarogya Setu and Sarthak app.

In order to accelerate the financial activities, the markets will remain open from morning 6 am to 12 pm night instead of 8 am to 10 pm, so that markets are not crowded. Shifts in the factories have also been increased from eight hours to 12 hours. In addition, 72 hours of overtime a week have been approved.

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