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India records single day rise of 10,584 new COVID-19 cases

Mumbai Police said that strict steps are being taken against those who do not wear masks. In the last three days, invoices of 17500 people who did not wear masks have been cut.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 23 Feb 2021 5:13 AM GMT

India records single day rise of 10,584 new COVID-19 cases
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New Delhi: The corona pandemic seems to be spreading in the country again. Covid-19 cases have increased rapidly in many states. The risk of corona virus infection is not yet stopped. All this should be kept in mind and follow the guidelines issued by the government.

Negligence seems to be the main reason for the spread of this deadly virus. Therefore, many state governments are again seen to be strict towards the rules. Rules have been tightened in Madhya Pradesh to prevent corona virus infection. There is a provision for 200 fines for not installing masks in Mumbai.

Wearing mask is compulsory in Mumbai:

Mumbai Police said that strict steps are being taken against those who do not wear masks. In the last three days, invoices of 17500 people who did not wear masks have been cut. At the same time, the Mayor of Mumbai is seen on the streets making people aware to wear masks. She is also distributing masks for free to people in crowded places.

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Spike in new corona cases:

There have been 294 cases of corona in the last 24 hours in the state, out of which 104 patients have been found in Indore and 76 positive in Bhopal. In Madhya Pradesh, the government has made it mandatory to wear masks in Bhopal and Indore in view of rising cases of corona infection. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan told the collectors in a review meeting regarding Corona that a little carelessness can take a form of deterioration, so be cautious.

In the review meeting, the Chief Minister directed the collectors to test the people coming from all the districts of Madhya Pradesh adjoining Maharashtra. It is also said to be vigilant in the fairs held in the state on the festival of Shivratri. It was told during the meeting that a large number of people from Maharashtra attend the fairs held in Chhindwara and Betul.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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