January 19, 2022

Madhya Pradesh Covid-19 News Update News: Increase News Corona Case on Shivratri Only 25 Thousand Will Get Entry in Mahakal Temple


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Once again, the corona virus has gained momentum in Madhya Pradesh. There has also been an increase in the number of daily cases. On Wednesday, 417 new cases of corona infection were reported in the state. Seeing the condition worsening, the Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh Chauhan has given instructions to limit the organizing of Mahashivaratri festival. This time only 25 thousand devotees will get admission in Mahakal temple. The number of devotees in other big temples of the state will also be limited.

With the arrival of 417 new cases of corona infection in Madhya Pradesh, the number of infected people has reached 2,62,850 in the state. The maximum number of 417 new cases was found in 156 Indore and 90 in Bhopal. At present, 3097 patients are admitted, out of which 1123 are in Indore and 567 are in Bhopal. Between 18 and 24 February, 1980 new cases were found in the state, which increased by 28 percent to 2537 from 25 February to 3 March. This rate is 24 percent in Bhopal. The pace of infection has alerted the government.

Special precautions regarding Maha Shivaratri
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed the situation and instructed all the districts that after seven days there is Maha Shivaratri festival, so the number of people in religious events should be limited. In Ujjain, more than one lakh devotees usually gather on Mahashivratri festival. At the same time, the estimated number can be kept from 20 to 25 thousand this year. Instructions have been given to keep the devotees confined in other big temples too.

Coronas patients have increased rapidly in Sehore, Singrauli and Balaghat in the state, where the Crisis Management Group had suggested to impose curfew, which is currently being deferred by the government. No hostels will be closed in Sehore, nor will there be curfew. The situation will be seen here for a week, after that the Shivraj government will take a decision. Please tell that the night curfew is going on in Balaghat.

New cases figure rising
There are 553 cases in Bhopal in 7 days i.e. 78 new cases every day on an average. While the average of those recovering every day is just 65. The good thing is that no patient has died since 16 February. At present, 52 are the highest in Kolar and 41 in Shahpura.

Decreased number of patients recovering
The recovery rate in Bhopal was 148.88 percent in January, which rose to 113.38 percent in February. Dr. Lokendra Dave, HOD of Pulmonary Department of GMC said that the contact tracing has reduced as compared to earlier. In such a scenario, fewer patients are getting less. Patients are coming for treatment when infection increases after infection. That is why the rate is reduced.

Once again, the corona virus has gained momentum in Madhya Pradesh. There has also been an increase in the number of daily cases. On Wednesday, 417 new cases of corona infection were reported in the state. Seeing the condition worsening, the Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh Chauhan has given instructions to limit the organizing of Mahashivaratri festival. This time only 25 thousand devotees will get admission in Mahakal temple. The number of devotees in other big temples of the state will also be limited.

With the arrival of 417 new cases of corona infection in Madhya Pradesh, the number of infected people has reached 2,62,850 in the state. The maximum number of 417 new cases was found in 156 Indore and 90 in Bhopal. At present, 3097 patients are admitted, out of which 1123 are in Indore and 567 are in Bhopal. Between 18 and 24 February, 1980 new cases were found in the state, which increased by 28 percent to 2537 from 25 February to 3 March. This rate is 24 percent in Bhopal. The pace of infection has alerted the government.

Special precautions regarding Maha Shivaratri

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed the situation and instructed all the districts that after seven days there is Maha Shivaratri festival, so the number of people in religious events should be limited. In Ujjain, more than one lakh devotees usually gather on Mahashivratri festival. At the same time, the estimated number can be kept from 20 to 25 thousand this year. Instructions have been given to keep the devotees confined in other big temples too.

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