About Gyan | Aug 3, 2021 | 0
Manure-seed and electronics shops will open three hours from tomorrow in the afternoon
Barwani (AboutGyan representative).
In view of the severe heat and sowing of kharif season in the district, shops of manure-seed and electronics goods will be opened in a period of three hours from Monday to noon. This decision was taken in the meeting of the disaster management committee held at the collectorate on Saturday evening. At the same time the lock-down period has been extended by a week to maintain the decreasing infection rate of the corona. Now the district will continue to lock down as Corona curfew till 6 am on May 24.
Before that, the lock-down was extended from the morning of May 10 to May 17. It is agreed to extend the lock-down period for the fifth time in the meeting on Saturday. The lock down continues in the district from April 9 last month. In the current lock-down period, the home delivery system of fruits, vegetables and milk will continue as before. Corona in-charge Minister Premsingh Patel, Rajya Sabha Member Dr. Sumersinh Solanki, Collector Shivraj Singh Verma, Superintendent of Police Nimish Aggarwal, Additional Collector Lokesh Jangid, CEO Rituraj Singh, Additional Collector Rekha Rathore, including the people’s representatives and non-government members were present in the meeting.
There should be an effort to stop the black fungus
Public representatives said that black fungus is growing rapidly in the state. The government is arranging its treatment in big cities. As a precaution, instructions have been given to change the normal saline daily in the flow meter at the time of oxygen supply to the corona patients in the district. Also, instructions are being given to private hospitals so that black fungus can be stopped. At the same time, Khetia demanded to provide oxygen concentrator machine in Kovid Care.
The statement of Madhya Pradesh minister on deaths from Corona, whose age he has to die, later clarified
915 people got vaccinated
Barwani In the second and third phase of the corona vaccine released in the district, 915 people were vaccinated with the corona vaccine at eight centers set up in the district on Saturday. During this period, Corona vaccine was given to 460 people over 45 years of age and 455 people above 18 years of age. CMHO Dr. Anita Singare said that 250 people were given the Corona vaccine in SBN PG College Barwani, 140 in Sendhwa and 70 in Pansemal. At the same time, 97 people were vaccinated in SBN PG College Barwani in the age group of 18, 160 in room number two of college, 95 in Anjar and 103 in Sendhwa.