Indore Unlock 4: ibus services resume after 5 months, hotels allowed to run at 100% capacity

Indore lifts night curfew and Sunday lockdown in the city.

In a new set of moderations and relaxations, the city of Indore will witness the return of AICTSL ibus service after a period of 5 long months. Other movement curtailing and restricting protocols of the city, such as the night curfew and the Sunday lockdown have also be revoked, restoring normalcy in the lives of Indoris.


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Indore bus over the BRTS corridor

The Indore District Collector and administration have decided to award more relaxations to the city to allow free movement over commercial routes which is bound to revive the economy. The city collector said that transportation is pivotal as all markets and commercial activities have resumed operations and the return of these buses will facilitate an easier and convenient means to move in the city.

The city administration has forwarded the demands of the divisional bus owner associations to the senior officials to kick start the services with its prompt potential. Apart from that, with the imposition of Unlock 4, the city administration has further increased the lodging capacities of all hotels and stay-in facilities to an absolute 100%. Restaurants and bars have been permitted to run operation at 50% of true potential as well.

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With the state legitimising free movement on all days while facilitating the means to do so, the city of Indore is expected to run on its pre-pandemic phase soon. These relaxations have been awarded only to boost the economy and all Indoris are requested to follow norms of social distancing to prevent contracting the virus, which is still spreading in the city at an alarming rate of 2.6%.

Amid the surging number of coronavirus cases in Indore, with 446 cases on Tuesday, the Trader Unions of Indore have induced a self-formulated weekend market shutdown, to arrest the case rise. City markets have unanimously decided to work five days a week and reduce the working hours, closing at 6 PM to reduce social crowding and consequent spread of the coronavirus infection.

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Indore reports its highest tally of 419 new Coronavirus cases in 24 hours

Indore has a rapid recovery rate which stands at a close 78%

Seems like Indore has cemented its position as the worst-hit district in Madhya Pradesh by reporting its individual highest new case tally of 419 infections in a single day, on Monday. This towering spike is also the highest among all other state districts, taking the total city caseload closer to the 20k mark. However, the number of recoveries are also witnessing a booming rise, around 586 recoveries were recorded, plunging the daily active case stat to negatives.

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Indore's health department draws a massive list of 230 virus-infected areas on September 18

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COVID-19 cases in Indore cross 17,000; MP records systemic failure in testing provisions

Many people in Tana village, which is situated in MP's Dhar district, are corona positive.

Madhya Pradesh is one of the worst-hit states in India, pertaining to the coronavirus and as of now, 95,515 confirmed cases have been reported here. 22,136 cases are listed as active currently and the state has observed 1,844 fatalities. Amidst this gloom, MP has documented an alarming systemic failure, in regards to the COVID-19 testing provisions. Many people in Tana village, which is situated in MP's Dhar district, ended up as corona positive without even being tested.

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