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Indore registers a steep decline in the tally of new infections; curfew to be lifted soon!

The Crisis Management Group conducted a meeting on Sunday, to reflect upon the COVID situation in Indore. The active case tally has dipped down to 1,509 as of 6 June and the recovery ratio has been noted at 97.7 per cent. As per the latest reports, almost 80 per cent of the hospital beds have been vacated, which comes as a sign of huge relief in current times. The situation across the city is showing improvements and in light of these events, it is expected that the curfew will be lifted soon.

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Enforced curfew guidelines may soon lower positivity rate in Indore, prompting 'unlock' from 1 June

After a long and strict curfew in Indore, city residents can express relief as the infection positivity rate has dipped significantly. In light of the latest developments, the Crisis Management Committee of the district has indicated that Indore might start relaxing the curfew soon. While the current infection rate is above 5%, following COVID protocols may help in lowering it in the next 2-3 days. If Indore manages to keep the numbers in check, then this city can also start to unlock from 1 June, reportedly.

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Stricter curfew guidelines released by Indore administration to decrease the risk of infection

In a bid to break the chain of corona transmission, Indore's district administration has decided to enforce a stricter curfew across the city. All grocery shops across the city have been shut till 28 May and the sale of milk from dairies has been regulated as per corona protocol. The new guidelines issued by the District Collector of Indore, have been enforced with a vision to bring down the rate of infection and to ensure the safety of the residents of the city.

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