Burhanpur (AboutGyan Representative). The Health Department is starting a vaccination campaign again from Thursday. Under which, around 2800 people will be vaccinated with the Kovishield vaccine in 22 centers of the district. District Vaccination Officer Dr. YB Shastri informed that 14 hundred people in the age group of 18 to 44 years will be vaccinated in eight of these centers and 14teen 45 and 60 years and fourline centers will be vaccinated in frontline workers, health workers. Vaccination facility has been made available for people aged above eighteen years in the High School Lalbagh, two centers of Savitri Bai Phule Kanya Shala, Subhash School, Purani TB Hospital, Maternal Seva Sadan, Hiresecondary School Shahpur, Nepa Limited Club Hall. Similarly for other categories of people, Subhash School, Purana TB Hospital, High School Lalbagh, Matri Seva Sadan Hospital, Panchayat Bhawan Dhamangaon, Fopanar, Adgaon, Bambhara, Badgaon Mafi, High School Nepanagar, Panchayat Bhawan Seawal, Sirpur, Shekhapur and Panchayat Bhawan, Dadatlai. Vaccination facility will be available in
Time changed for milk dairies
The district administration has changed the opening time of milk dairies. According to the order issued on Wednesday by Additional Collector Shailendra Singh Solanki, now milk dairies can be opened from 6 to 11 am and from 5 to 10 pm. Only milk or milk products can be sold from the stalls of the dairies. Sale of material other than this will not be allowed. Violation of the order will be taken under the Disaster Management Act.
Two new infected were found on wednesday
Wednesday’s investigation report revealed two new corona infections. With this, seven people have also become healthy. Out of a total of 2543 infected cases so far, 2434 people have recovered, while 37 have died. The district now has 72 active cases. The health department has already sampled over 1.11 lakh people, including a sample of 792 suspects taken on Wednesday. With this, more than 1.15 lakh people have been vaccinated. Both of the newly infected villages found on Wednesday belong to Badsingi.
A fine of five thousand was imposed on Rana Marble
Burhanpur Authorities have imposed a fine of five thousand rupees on the operator of Rana Marble located on Lalbagh Marg, even after the exemption deadline in the Corona curfew. Actually, the administration has allowed the shops of grocery and building materials to be opened till four o’clock in the evening, while the Rana marble was open till five and a half in the evening. On getting the information, Assistant Commissioner of Municipal Corporation Kamlesh Patidar, Salim Khan, Engineer Gopal Mahajan etc. arrived and started sealing the establishment. According to Assistant Commissioner Patidar, a fine of five thousand was released on apology by the operator.