Due to the increasing infection of Coronavirus in Madhya Pradesh, the government has taken a big decision. Now all government and private schools will be closed in the state from January 15 to January 31. Precautionary steps are being taken continuously by the government to stop the increasing infection in the state. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan called a meeting of the Crisis Management Committee on Friday. In this meeting, video discussions were held with all the district collectors, divisional commissioners, ministers.
In this meeting, the Chief Minister announced that from January 15 to January 31, all government and private schools would be closed. Fairs will not be held, rallies will be banned. Large gatherings and events have been banned.
What will happen?
At the same time, the Chief Minister said, programs can be held in the auditorium, but only fifty percent people will be able to come from the meeting capacity, this number will be maximum 250. Apart from this, 50 percent players will be able to participate in sports activities, the public will not go. In the meeting of Crisis Management Committee, the Chief Minister virtually interacted with district, block, ward and village level committees, ministers, MPs, MLAs, public representatives including commissioners, collectors, deans of medical colleges, CMHO and the concerned officer. By communicating to everyone regarding corona control and arrangements, necessary instructions were given.
Corona is increasing in the state. 4755 cases have been reported here in the last 24 hours. In this, the maximum number of cases are still reported in Indore 1291, Bhopal 1008 and Gwalior 635. The number of active patients in the state has crossed 21 thousand. Children and the elderly are also coming in the grip of this disease, a large number of doctors are also getting infected.