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In April, in urban areas, in May, the effect of corona in villages is more

In April, in urban areas, in May, the effect of corona in villages is more

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Mohit Vyas AboutGyan Shajapur

In April, Corona wreaked havoc in urban areas. Whereas in the month of May, its impact is being seen more in rural areas. As of May 20, a total of 745 corona patients are active in the district. Out of these, 57 percent i.e. 424 patients are residents of rural areas of the district. Whereas 321 i.e. 43 percent active patients are residents of urban areas of the district. The villages in the district are divided into red, green and orange zones. It is a matter of concern that 38 villages in the district are in the Red Zone. The number of active corona patients is very high in these villages. In addition 128 villages are in the Orange Zone. The encouraging and comforting thing is that the number of green zone villages in the district is more than the villages of both the Red and Orange zones. There are 160 villages in the district in the Green Zone. The Green Zone consists of those villages. In which there is not a single corona patient.

Corona’s worst hit on Shajapur: Shajapur is the most affected in both urban and rural areas in terms of infection in the district. Both the areas here have the highest number of patients active compared to other urban areas of the district, while in the urban areas, Polayakalan area is in the best condition. Only nine patients are active here, apart from this, only 27 patients are active in Maksi. Talking about rural area, after Shajapur, the area of ‚Äč‚ÄčKalapipal is the most affected by 80 patients. There are currently 80 patients active here. While other rural areas of the district have the least number of active patients. A total of 745 patients are active in the district out of which 321 are urban and 424 are active in rural areas.

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Infection prevention in villages: Zilla Panchayat CEO (IAS) Misha Singh says that our teams are keeping an eye on the villages. Where patients have come up, along with arranging for the treatment of the patients, proper medicines and advice are being given by doing the health survey of the patient’s family and people of the village. The villages are divided into red, orange and green zones.

In villages where there are more patients, the maximum focus is being laid. Apart from this, the villages which are in the Orange Zone are also being monitored there. Its

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Apart from this, infection did not reach the villages of Green Zone. Efforts are also being made for this, along with the team of Gram Panchayats, villagers have also been activated. He is focusing on not leaving the people out of the village and not allowing the outsiders to enter the village. At the same time, the villagers are also being made aware of the measures to be taken to prevent infection.

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Agar-Malwa. While the pace of infection in the district has come to a halt in the cities, it is spreading rapidly from children to the elderly in rural areas. Hundreds of infected have been found in the rural areas of the district since last fortnight. At the same time, many villages remain hot spots of infection. 18 patients in two days and four again on Thursday in village Amba Badoud in Baroda area. Three patients have been found in Bijnakheri in Agar and Chhalda in Nalkheda. Thus, out of the total 37 patients found on Thursday, 25 patients have been found in the villages of the district. Here the transition to Agar city is almost completely under control. For the last several days, 4-5 patients were found. On Thursday, only one infection has emerged, while 31 patients have recovered. Thus, the total number of infected persons has reached 3158. 2728 have recovered, 68 have died. Now 362 patients are actively being treated in the hospitals of District Hospital, Kovid Care Center, Ujjain, Dewas, Indore and in home isolation. In the Health Department’s Daily Bulletin, District Media Officer RC Eirwar said that a 30-year-old youth has been found infected on Ujjain Road in Agar city, while in Palkhedi, Piplonkalan, Hargankhedi, a village near Agar has been found infected. On Thursday, the report of 823 samples came negative. 295 samples were examined at the district hospital. 482 samples have been sent out for investigation. Now 521 sample reports are yet to come.

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Shajapur The Roko Toko campaign was conducted at a traffic point under the leadership of District Coordinator Varun Acharya and Block Coordinator Basant Rawat on Thursday under the campaign of Corona Valentin Madhya Pradesh Jan Abhiyan Parishad. Passengers were distributed masks and they were explained. The importance of following the Corona Guide Line was stated. Informed not to leave the house without a mask, not to touch the mask repeatedly, etc. Corono Volantier Inder Makwana and Dilip Chaudhary are also serving at the Vaccination Center. Support was provided by Inder Makwana, Manish Kushwaha, Amit Soni, Rakesh Mewada, Jitendra Mewada, Rahul Kushwaha, Amit Kachhawa, Naveen Verma (Secretary) District Nawankur Sanstha Kanchan Welfare and Educational Society Shajapur involved in the Roko-Toko campaign.

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