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Indore on a road to recovery; zero COVID deaths reported in Indore in last 31 days

Reports of zero-COVID deaths in the last 31 days have highlighted the emergence of a remarkable healing trend in Indore. The statistics were brought to light by the Respiratory Medicine HOD of Mahatama Gandhi Memorial Medical College here. The district's toll presently stands at 1,391, notably the highest across Madhya Pradesh.

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COVID testing marks a significant dip in Indore in the 3rd week of July!

After the second wave of the pandemic ushered unprecedented problems for Indore, the situation is gradually diffusing in the city. As per the latest reports, the testing figures have marked a significant downfall recording a 12% dip in the third week of July, as compared to the first week. Reportedly, the authorities stated that the sampling has reduced due to citizens' reluctance, changing weather conditions and fewer symptomatic cases at fever clinics.

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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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THIS 12-yo specially-abled child from Indore defeated COVID with her can-do attitude!

A specially-abled child from Indore, Simi Dutt, has won the battle against COVID-19 by staying in home isolation and taking her medication on time. Despite the limitations originating out of an under-developed left lung, a kidney and hand, this class 7 student has managed to overcome all odds with her assuredly optimistic attitude. Simi Dutt's story is an example of bravery, for not only does she have a strong will but she has always strived for self-sufficiency.

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