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Thursday, 18 June 2020

No lockdown in the country now, PM Modi dismisses rumors, signs of further relaxation in Unlock 2.0

There will no longer be a lockdown in the country to prevent corona virus infection. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself gave indications of this on the second day of the meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states. The PM said that the pressure of lockdown has to be removed from the mind and now we have to find the unlock phase, we have to move forward in the same direction. Now states have to decide what should be unlocked phase 2. Now the restrictions should be reduced, activities should increase, state construction and infrastructure development should be given priority.

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that we have to accelerate economic activities wherever possible amidst efforts to prevent corona infection. It is heartening that every state is trying to accelerate the activities of economic development.

 The Prime Minister said that we all together are committed to defeating Corona and saving the lives of Indians and are constantly striving. We have controlled the situation in Corona. The people of India have shown unique discipline during the lockdown. Enhancing health infrastructure should be our top priority. We need to emphasize telemedicine. Young Volunteers have to be prepared in the fight against Corona. We have to keep people alert and awareness must be maintained.


 Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who attended the video conferencing with PM Modi, said that the rate of corona infection in the state is less than half of the whole country. The corona infection growth rate of Madhya Pradesh is 1.7 percent, while that of India is 3.8 percent. Madhya Pradesh has a doubling rate of 41.1 days while India has 19.4 days. At the same time, the recovery rate in the state has been increased to 73.6 percent today. The corona recovery rate in India is 52.5 percent.

 Growth rate reduced after unlock - In Madhya Pradesh, the growth rate of corona has decreased after unlock-01. On May 30, the growth rate of corona in Madhya Pradesh was 3.01 percent, which came down to 1.7 percent on June 16. On May 12, the growth rate of corona in Madhya Pradesh was 3.9 percent. There is a continuous decrease in the growth rate of corona in Madhya Pradesh's most infected cities Indore, Bhopal and Ujjain. Indore's dabbling rate is 73.9 days, Bhopal's dabbling rate is 25 days and Ujjain's 49.8 days.

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