Nowadays the entire world is suffering from the novel coronavirus. Every country is having coronavirus infected persons daily. They are taking so many safety measures to stop this spread of the deadly virus. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there is no medicine for this Coronavirus Pandemic. The only vaccine for this is to stay at home and stay away from infected persons. So use face masks and gloves while you are going outside or to any public places. Avoid visiting too many places or other countries. In India also the effect of COVID-19 Pandemic is somewhat is happening. At first, this deadly virus is found at Wuhan, China. And from that place, it spread to every nation in the world. Now so many people were infected to this deadly virus. In Madhya Pradesh, the state of India also having so many Coronavirus tested positive persons.
The Coronavirus Pandemic in Madhya Pradesh can be read here. On this page, we are providing the updates of Coronavirus in Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh is a state in India in the central region. The capital city of Madhya Pradesh is Bhopal. In this state, the government has banned travel to other places. It also closes every schools, colleges, institute and other public gathering places like parks, movie theatres, shopping malls etc. The government said there are no exams for the students from class 1 to class 9. They will be directly promoted to the next class without any exams. The state government has announced the first lockdown for 21 days when the Prime Minister invoked lockdown for the entire country.
First Corona Case in Madhya Pradesh
The first positive case of Corona found in Dhar, Indore, Bhopal and Ujjain completely closed. The first positive patient of coronavirus has been found in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. Collector of Dhar Shrikant Bhanoth informed that the areas around three kilometres of Bhaktiyar Marg have been sealed. 72 new cases were reported in Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday. Due to this, the number of infected in the state has increased to 385. At the same time, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has implemented the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) in the state.
Preventing Measures to stop Corona in the state
The Madhya Pradesh government on Friday ordered the closure of private and government schools for an indefinite period in view of the coronavirus threat, said a senior official. The private and government schools will remain shut till further orders but examinations of different classes would be held as per the schedule, he said. An official statement issued by Principal Secretary, School Education Department, Rashmi Arun Shami, said all private and government schools would observe holiday temporarily till the next order. The order has been implemented with immediate effect, said, officer. However, teachers and non-teaching staff will have to attend schools during this period, the order stated. So far, no confirmed case of the novel coronavirus has been found in the state. The step to close schools has been taken as a precautionary measure to avoid any outbreak of the disease in view of positive cases reported from different parts of the country, the official said.
The death toll due to COVID-19 in Madhya Pradesh State
The first death in Bhopal due to this deadly virus and with this death the toll rises to 15 in Madhya Pradesh. As per reports, a 62-year-old man who was confirmed coronavirus positive succumbed to COVID-19 on Sunday night, health officials informed. He was recently tested positive for coronavirus and died at a private hospital where he was undergoing treatment, Bhopal Collector Tarun Pithode said. He worked as a watchman at a wholesale vegetable market and was suffering from asthma since long, Dr Rajesh Sharma from the private hospital said. So far, 15 people have succumbed to the viral disease in the state, including nine in Indore, two in Ujjain and one each in Bhopal, Khargone and Chhindwara, an official said. India coronavirus positive cases toll meanwhile is at 4067 including 109 deaths while 292 people have recovered after getting infected from the viral disease. The country is under a 21-day lockdown period after PM Modi on March 24 appealed to people to remain indoors and maintain social distancing in order to contain the virus from spreading further. It’s the 13th day today of the nation-wide lockdown that is expected to be lifted by April 15.
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