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Indore to remain under Janta Curfew until May 29 even as cases decline steadily

The coronavirus infection graph in Indore is plotting continuous downward trends, with dipping fresh tallies every day and to further ensure this trajectory, the district administration has called for an extension of the Janta Curfew till May 29. This move will not only strengthen the healing swing but also curtail any unprecedented hike of infection. Earlier, the curfew was to terminate in Indore on May 16.

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10,402 covid-19 active cases in MP; night curfew imposed in Indore & 4 other districts

A night curfew has been imposed in five districts of Madhya Pradesh, including Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Ratlam and Vidisha. This action was taken after a sudden surge in coronavirus cases in the state and the evident fear of a second-wave. There will be no lockdown pertaining to business or industrial activities and no restrictions on the movement of goods carriers and industrial workers have been imposed either.

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Asymptomatic COVID-19 patients are now allowed to isolate at home or hotels in Lucknow

To curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus, the Uttar Pradesh government has allowed home isolation for patients, under certain conditions. This decision has been initiated by the authorities keeping in sight the upsurge in the number of cases in the state. On Monday, the CM of Uttar Pradesh asked officials to allow home quarantine only if the established protocols are followed, in regards to the virus. As of now, asymptomatic patients can isolate in hotel rooms as well.

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Coronovirus live updates: India has no cases of community transmission, yet

No matter where you live, the Coronavirus situation has most likely reached your terrain or at least, is close enough to make you indulge in social-distancing. For the uninitiated, COVID-19 is a highly infectious respiratory disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus, which was was discovered in China back in December 2019.

Since then it has spread all over the globe and of course, India being the second most populated country in the world, has reported a number of cases as well although it isn't as severe as the conditions in Italy and China right now. Amidst this chaos of illnesses and demises, the good news is that India has not yet faced community transmission and it still is in stage 2 (local transmission) of the Covid-19 outbreak.

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