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Indore's recovery rate exceeds improves significantly with a single case recorded on Friday!

Indore residents heaved a sigh of relief as a single case was logged in the city on Tuesday. As per reports, the positivity rate for Indore has dwindled to 0.01% while the recovery rate climbed up significantly stepping ahead of the 99% mark recently. Reportedly, more than 8,900 tests were conducted under the supervision of the administration on Thursday.

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Class 11 & 12 students in Indore & other MP districts to get back to schools from July 26

Amid the receding scale of the second wave of coronavirus, the state of Madhya Pradesh has decided to reopen schools for classes 11 and 12 from July 26. The Chief Minister announced that students will attend offline classes at 50% capacity, initially. Besides, pupils will attend schools in two batches to maintain the norms of social distancing effectively.

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COVID curbs for cinema halls, markets & hotels eased across Indore & other MP districts

Madhya Pradesh administration, in view of the receding COVID cases, has awarded a set of new relaxations, effective today onwards. All markets in Indore and other MP districts will now be permitted to operate till 10 PM, each day. The staggered timings will categorically reduce overcrowding in market areas, especially during closing hours. Besides, cinema halls have been permitted to function at 50% capacity while hotels have received a nod to operate at 100% potential.

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800-metre stretch at Indore's SGSITS declared as 'no vehicle zone' to save squirrels

The administration of the Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technological Sciences (SGSITS) in Indore has created a 'no vehicle zone' in an area that usually has high traffic. This decision has been taken to save the squirrels here, as they are often fatally damaged by vehicles passing by. Now, with a ban on four-wheelers in effect, students and residents of the campus shall have to either walk or cycle through an 800-metre stretch.

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Officials of Indore's Manpur are drumming for attention; here's why!

In an incredible initiative, officials in Manpur town of Indore deployed drum-beating to motivate citizens for taking the COVID vaccine jab. As a part of this venture, the activity was performed outside the homes of individuals, who have not taken their immunity booster doses till now. Reportedly, this scheme has been executed with an objective to encourage non-vaccinated citizens by boosting their curiosity and spreading awareness amongst them.

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