MP: 'No Mask No Movement' campaign to run for three days

Bhopal: The Shivraj government has stepped up its grip in view of the omicron variant of coronavirus and the possible third wave of corona (Corona in Madhya Pradesh). In fact, No Mask-No Movement will be launched in the state of Madhya Pradesh for the next three days. Amidst all this, State Home Minister Narottam Mishra informed today. Once again the state is witnessing an increase in corona cases.

The Home Minister said, "12 new corona cases have been reported in the state, while 8 have been cured. At present, there are a total of 128 active cases in the State. The rate of recovery from infection in the State is 98. 6 per cent and the transition rate is 0. It is 2 per cent. At the same time, Home Minister Narottam Mishra also said that the state police will launch a 'No Mask-No Movement' campaign to sensitize the public about masks. "In the three-day operation, the policeman will humbly request people to wear masks and follow the Corona guidelines," he said. 

17 cases were reported in the state last Wednesday, there are 9 cases in the capital Bhopal and 5 in Indore, 2 in Jabalpur and 1 in Ashoknagar. The Government now fears that the number of infected people may rise further in the coming days. That is why the strictness has been increased. Meanwhile, no mask-no movement campaign is going to be launched in view of the worsening situation in Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur with the highest number of cases in the state.

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