Madhya Pradesh has many containment areas where lockdown will continue till June 30

Today is the last day of the fourth phase of lockdown across the country. Now Shivraj government has increased the lockdown in MP between Unlock-1 till June 15. Given the cases of Corona in the state, the government will decide, what to open and what not. Except the Containment Zone, the remaining shops have opened in all cities. On this subject, CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that in view of the increasing case of corona infection, the lockdown is being extended for 15 days in the state. On the other hand, the Central Government has issued a guideline regarding Unlock 1. Now the state governments will take a decision on that. It has been said in the guideline that now there will be lockdown only in the Containment Zone. Although CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan will address the people of the state at 8 pm on Sunday and can issue a guideline regarding the lockdown in the state.

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51 out of 52 districts of MP have been caught by coronavirus. So far 7891 infected have been found in the state. There are 3104 total active infected people in the state. There are 904 containment areas in 51 districts of the state. The maximum containment areas are in Indore. Apart from Indore, the infection is also increasing rapidly in Bhopal and Ujjain. According to the central government's guideline, the lockdown will only be in the containment area, in which 904 areas in the state will remain locked till June 30. This area will remain completely locked till June 30.

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However, the Shivraj government has also tried to give impetus to economic activities in Bhopal, which is in the Red Zone. In addition to the container area, it was announced to open shop from 11 am to 5 pm. On the demand of the traders, it has been made from 7 am to 7 pm. After this, business has also increased in Bhopal. Now e-pass will not be required. CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that now an e-pass will not be required to come and go in the state. E-passes can be taken to go out of the state. Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains told that these e-passes will be auto generated.

Today is the last day of the fourth phase of lockdown. The central government has released the guide line to unlock the country in three phases. After 8 June, services related to religious places, hotels, restaurants and hospitality, shopping malls will open.

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