The Madhya Pradesh government is mulling to impose lockdown in parts of the state in view of rising Covid cases.
With 209 more coronavirus positive cases, the total number of COVID-19 cases in Madhya Pradesh crossed the 2,300-mark taking confirmed patients toll to 2,330 including 113 deaths while 368 patients have recovered, according to the latest figures by the health ministry on Tuesday.
A coronavirus-infected patient admitted to Bhopal’s Chirayu Medical College and Hospital on Monday created a commotion among the staff members after he rejected the food offered at the facility
Madhya Pradesh coronavirus cases have crossed the 2,100-mark taking confirmed patients toll to 2,121 including 107 deaths while 349 patients have recovered, according to the latest figures by the health ministry on Monday.
The accused, Javed, had tested positive for coronavirus on April 11, following which he was moved to the hospital's isolation ward
Two top women health officials, Pallavi Jain Govil (Principal Secretary, Health) and Veena Sinha (Additional Director, Health), including an IAS officer tested positive for coronavirus in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday.
Five new coronavirus cases came to light in Bhopal on Saturday taking total number of infections in the city to 14. Four of the 5 new infections are connected with Tabligh-e-Jamaat congregation in Nizamuddin West in New Delhi.
A 36-year-old COVID-19 patient has died in Madhya Pradesh's Chhindwara taking the coronavirus death toll in the state to 9. As many as 155 confirmed cases of COVID-19 are prevalent in Madhya Pradesh. The city of Indore has emerged as the hub of COVID-19 cases in the state with 112 out of the overall count concentrated in the city.
As many as 59 people have been identified in Indore who attended the Tablighi Jamaat event. These people have been quarantined despite not showing any symptoms. "59 people in Indore have been identified who had attended the Tablighi Jamaat event. They have no symptoms of COVID-19 for now and have been placed under quarantine," said Dr Praveen Jadia, Chief Medical Officer, Indore.
As many as 20 fresh cases of coronavirus have been reported from Indore. The sudden spike in COVID-19 cases has taken the overall tally in Madhya Pradesh to 86. There have also been 5 deaths in the state due to the virus. Indore has now seen 63 confirmed cases of coronavirus including 3 deaths.