Curfew was imposed in Gujarat to curb the coronavirus, followed by Section 144 in Rajasthan

The third wave of corona has caused havoc across the country. Considering the fast growing data and death graph, curfew has been imposed once again in Gujarat to cure this pandemic, while states such as Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan have increased the strain.

57 hours curfew imposed in Gujarat

The Gujarat government has been silent since the Gujarat government announced that it would impose 57 consecutive hours of curfew in Gujarat, Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot from 9 am to 6 pm on Friday. After the government suddenly announced on Thursday night to curb the corona infection in the state of Ahmedabad, the state’s largest city, there were fears in the markets throughout the day on Friday. There were a large number of people in the markets and the Super Mart. Everywhere people were seen buying everyday necessities. In some places the police had to control the crowd.

This move by the government has made people angry in many places. He added that the leaders had helped a lot during the by-election held in the state’s 8 assembly seats recently. After that, there was an uncontrolled crowd in the markets during Diwali. The government and administration did nothing at the time and now people are getting back into trouble with sudden curfew-like measures.

1420 new cases, 7 lives lost in Gujarat

In Gujarat, 1420 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the last 24 hours and seven people have died. After this, the total number of deaths rose to 3837 and the total number of infected persons reached 1,94,402. In the last 24 hours, the number of hospital discharges has soared to 1,77,515, with a further 1040 recoveries. Active cases have risen to 13050, of which 92 are on ventilators. On Friday, there were three deaths in Ahmedabad, two in Surat and one each in Rajkot and Patan. There are 4.93 lakh people in Gujarat.

No lock down, no night curfew charged : Shivraj

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said on Friday that there would be no lockdown in the state again. The use of a mask is a necessity for all, he said, adding that those who get loose will be penalized. In addition, he said, night curfews can be imposed in cities where most cases of corona infection are found, and by creating smaller containment zones, which can increase stringent areas.

Concerned about the relatively large number of positive centers in Bhopal and Indore, Chief Minister Chauhan discussed the state coronation in a video conference with the ministry on Friday, calling for a crisis management meeting in all districts and seeking advice on corona situation. He said the District Control Command Center should be active and also ensure proper care of individual patients.
Corona said awareness efforts should be continued to prevent that. NGOs should cooperate in awareness efforts. Older people do not get out of more homes. Wedding ceremonies and cultural activities should be limited in number and take care of social distance. He said night curfew could be imposed in cities where most cases of corona infection occur. Strictness in areas with severe conditions can be increased by creating smaller containment zones. Transportation of essential items cannot be stopped. Efforts are being made to keep pace with the economy and prevent corona spread.

He said the activities of industrial companies would continue in the state. There is no restriction on the traffic of workers. Classes one to eight of the education system will not be held until the next order. Colleges will also be closed. According to the guidelines issued by the departments, students from ninth to twelfth grades and college students will be able to come to school or college for guidance. According to the pre-system, theaters can now work with up to 50 percent of viewers.

2,762 new cases reported in Rajasthan, Section 144 applied

Rajasthan is the 5th fastest infected state in the country. Delhi, Maharashtra, p. After Bengal and Kerala, more positive cases are coming out in Rajasthan. The death toll from coronavirus on Friday in Rajasthan was 14, with the death toll reaching 2,130 in the state. With 2,762 new infections in the state, the total number of cases so far has reached 2,37,669.

The Rajasthan government has implemented Section-144 in all districts of the state from 12 pm on Friday. The Home Department has issued its order. In early November, there was a drop in corona infection figures, but after body polls and Diwali, there was a sudden rise in infection figures. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also fears that the coronavirus cases will escalate in the coming days. He has asked all officials to be alert for this.

There have been 14 more deaths due to coronavirus infection in the state in the last 24 hours as of 6pm on Friday evening, with the death toll now rising to 2,130. So far, 404 deaths have been reported in Jaipur, 211 in Jodhpur, 161 in Ajmer, 155 in Bikaner, 121 in Kota, 99 in Bharatpur, 82 in Udaipur and 81 in Pali. A total of 2,14,616 people have died of coronavirus infection in the state so far. With the arrival of 2,762 new infections on Friday, the total number of people exposed to this deadly virus in the state has risen to 2,37,669, of which 20,923 are active cases. The new cases are 514 in Jaipur, 419 in Jodhpur, 211 in Ajmer, 199 in Alwar, 175 in Kota, 110 in Bhilwara, 109 in Bikaner, 92 in Pali and 85 in Sikar.