Corona curfew in MP extended till 15th June with numerous concessions

Last Modified Monday, 31 May 2021 (22:31 IST)
Bhopal: Expressing satisfaction over the fact that the ‘millennium scourge’ is under control in Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced on Monday that numerous concessions would be given from Tuesday vis-à-vis corona curfew, which would continue till June 15 as a precautionary measure.
“Henceforward, we have to unlock life and lock the novel coronavirus. Any third wave will be the consequence of people’s carelessness alone therefore we must make COVID-appropriate conduct a part and parcel of our existences,” the senior politician averred while addressing citizens via social media.
“We have suffered considerable losses; the wounds are deep and the pain unbearable. I have deposited assistance amounts in the accounts of orphaned children. Together we have reached the final stage of winning the war against the contagion! All responsible public representatives, social workers, voluntary organisations and activists extended support.

Government employees, doctors, paramedical staff, departmental teams, etc endeavoured to give their best. Premier Narendra Modi’s support in this hour of crisis is truly remarkable. The positivity rate has been steadily declining and the recovery rate has increased to approximately 96 per cent but the threat still looms. We are deeply concerned about patients having black fungus,” the veteran leader said.
Following are the guidelines fore the unlock in the Tiger State:- 
Crisis Management groups have decided which activities shall be resumed.

All social, political and religious programmes; sports, entertainment, educational, cultural activities, fairs, etc will stand prohibited.

Coaching institutes shall remain closed.

Theatres, malls, gymnasia, swimming pools, picnic spots, bars, auditoria and community halls will not be open.

Offices shall function with 100 per cent officer-level employees and 50 per cent other workers.

Not more than four persons will visit any given place of worship at a time.

A maximum of ten individuals may attend a funeral.

Up to 20 people shall be able to grace marriages.

Night curfew will remain in force across the state from 2200-0600 hrs.

Weekend i.e Saturday and Sunday will be a complete lockdown.