CM Shivraj Chouhan hints Lockdown in MP, says 'Critical situation in State'
Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that people will have to change their behavior in view of the situation in Madhya Pradesh.
New Delhi: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is in Bhopal on a 24-hour health request. He will remain on health request till 12 o'clock on Wednesday.
Corona in Madhya Pradesh:
After starting the day with yoga, he discussed the religious leaders and took their suggestions. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that people will have to change their behavior in view of the situation in Madhya Pradesh. Not wearing masks is a social crime. He said that lockdown is also being considered. The government will make all efforts at its level.
Lockdown like situations:
In front of CM Shivraj and the religious leaders, ACS Mohammad Suleman of the Health Department made a presentation on preparing to deal with Corona. During this, the Chief Minister of the state said that he has requested all the religious leaders of the state. His blessings are also needed. Appeal to all religious people to wear masks and get vaccinated.
Suleman said that at present, 62 percent of Corona patients are admitted to home isolation and 38 percent are hospitalized in the state. In such a situation, the availability of beds is challenging. He informed that we can apply 3 lakh doses every day, but people are not coming to get vaccinated. There is a lack of awareness among the people. Awareness campaign is also being run for vaccination. Only 30 percent of the people in the age group of 60 years have been vaccinated, 70 percent are yet to get vaccinated.
CM Shivraj had reviewed 52 districts on Tuesday due to corona infection. It has suggested a two-day lockdown. The CM said that the government is also considering making the hotel rooms a hospital. Apart from this, emphasis is also on increasing the system of treatment and testing. Not only this, recruitment of Volunteer who have been running awareness campaigns with the administration has started.
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