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Bhupesh government increased lockdown in Raipur, Bilaspur and Durg
On Monday, 367 new corona patients have been found in the state. At the same time, the number of more than 1800 Corona patients in the state during the lockdown which started from 22 July has increased the concern of Bhupesh Sarkar. Bhaskar had expressed the possibility a day earlier that the lockdown ending on July 29 could be extended by a week. CM Bhupesh Baghel, after deliberating with his ministers, decided that the lockdown should be extended by a week i.e. 6 August in the more infested Raipur, Durg and Bilaspur districts. The market will not be relaxed on Bakrid and Rakhi. Minister Ravindra Choubey informed the media about this decision after the meeting and said that the collector will announce the increase of the lockdown, Because the government has given this right to them. Giving information about the decisions of the meeting, Agriculture Minister Choubey said that the number of corona infected patients is increasing in the state. In comparison, the number of cured people is less. Because of this, the lockdown deadline is being extended in some districts. He said that Karona infection is spreading rapidly in big cities like Raipur, Durg and Bilaspur. Therefore there the lockdown is being extended from 28 July to 6 August, because the number of patients may increase further if the lockdown period is to be terminated in between. He said that lockdown rules have been asked to be strictly followed in areas with high infection. Because the number of patients may increase further if the lockdown period is terminated. He said that lockdown rules have been asked to be strictly followed in areas with high infection. Because the number of patients may increase further if the lockdown period is terminated. He said that lockdown rules have been asked to be strictly followed in areas with high infection.
Grocery shops will open till 10 am on 29-30, will also be able to sell rakhi
Due to increasing the lockdown one week in the capital, the administration has given permission to open grocery stores from 6 am to 10 pm on July 29, Wednesday and July 30, Thursday. After this, these shops will remain closed as they are now. Collector Dr. S. Bharatidasan informed that rakhi can also be sold from grocery stores in these two days. After 2 days during lockdown i.e. from July 31, only vegetable, milk, fruits, fish, mutton and egg will be available for sale from 6 am to 10 am. Milk distributors in homes will be able to distribute milk till 9.30 am. Those selling fruits and vegetables in the shops will also be able to do business till 10 am. Apart from these, hawkers who distribute newspapers are 6 to 9 in the morning. Will be able to work till 30 o'clock. In the evening, only those distributing milk from door to door will be allowed from 5 to 7 pm. Petrol pumps and gas agencies will be able to supply cylinders by 3 pm. Government and private banks located in Raipur and Birgaon Corporation limits will also be functional till 3 pm.
Pashuchara-Aquarium will open twice, will be able to order sweets. The online
collector has given permission to open pet and aquarium shops from 9 to 9.30 in the morning and 5 to 5.30 in the evening keeping in mind the feed. People working in telecom, internet and IT institutions will be able to work as before. Along with food items, for the first time sweets can also be ordered online.
Sampler of Collector’s drivers: Due to the frequent containment zone rotation, both collector’s drivers have been sampled as a precaution. The news had started going viral in social media that the collector’s driver had come out of the corona, but the administration says that they have not been reported yet.
Tour in Mangalabazar, FIR: Joint Collector Rajeev Pandey and Deputy Collector Sandeep Aggarwal arrived there on Sunday to inspect Mangalbazar's Containment Zone. During the investigation, FIRs were also made against such people who went outside the restricted area and came from outside. The officers also talked to the people there and heard their troubles. The officers assured that they would be provided with everything they needed. So they don't have to be upset.
Recruitment from DMF Fund: Choubey said that strengthening of health services to prevent corona was also seriously discussed. During this time the District Collector has also been talked about increasing the number of beds in the capital Raipur and Durg. Collectors have been asked to start all preparations by identifying all the places where temporary corona hospitals can be built. During this time, instructions have also been given to recruit 5549 posts of lab technicians, ANMs and health workers from the DMF fund.