Marathi | HIndi
The Indore district administration has decided not to give permission for weddings till April 30 amid the unprecedented increase of COVID-19 cases.
Vehicles with COVID-19 patients queued up outside hospitals in Indore on Saturday that did not allow entrance to the coronavirus patients due to the non-availability of beds.
The lockdown currently underway in Indore which was initially scheduled to end on Monday, i.e. April 12, has now been extended till 6:00 am on April 19, said BJP MP Shankar Lalwani.
Congress leader Sajjan Singh Verma and other party leaders on Thursday offered a blank cheque to the district magistrate of Indore and asked him to arrange an adequate supply of Remdesivir injection for the economically challenged people of Madhya Pradesh.
In view of the increasing number of Covid-19 cases in Madhya Pradesh's Indore, the state government has imposed a two-day lockdown in the city on Holi.
Taking action against land mafias, Indore Police has registered fraud cases against 17 people who allegedly did not allot plots despite taking money from victims.
Indore District Collector Manish Singh held a meeting with government officials over Unlock 1 on May 31, in which they were informed of the various activities allowed in the area.
Indore Collector Manish Singh has issued instructions regarding the opening of offices of government, semi-government and corporation departments in the district, with the presence of 100 per cent officers and 50 per cent employees.
Indore district administration has begun an ambulance service using private OLA cabs.
Indore District Collector Manish Singh has instructed seven hospitals in the city dealing with COVID-19 patients to cancel leaves of their staff members and ensure that both paramedical and other staff provide their services at the time when the country is battling with coronavirus crisis.