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Contrary to the previous decision, no more of self-induced market lockdown in Indore now

Keeping in sight the situation of surging cases in the city, earlier the Trader Unions of Indore had induced a self-formulated weekend market lockdown till the 15th of October. Now, the city traders have withdrawn from this voluntary decision and markets are set to go back to their usual pace. Henceforth, on Saturdays, the markets in Indore will be fully functional and on Sundays, not all markets will remain shut.

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September records high COVID-19 cases in Indore; 572 fatalities till today

After a brief period of low tide, corona cases in Indore have surged to newer heights this month as compared to the previous months. Since the 20th of September, Indore has been witnessing a rise in positive cases of the novel coronavirus and tests are also being regularly conducted to identify and isolate the victims at the earliest. As of today, Indore has reported 24,475 confirmed COVID-19 cases and the city has observed 572 deaths, along side.

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Indore traders self-induce weekend market lockdown till October 15 over rising fear of Coronavirus

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 remains as the worst-hit district in MP, with COVID-19 cases surging over 15,000

Indore in the state of Madhya Pradesh, is the worst-hit district in regards to the coronavirus. The city has reported over 300 new COVID-19 victims on Thursday which has taken the total number of cases to 15,764 and the death toll as of today, is marked at 438. This has pushed the state's confirmed corona cases to 81,379 and as a whole,1,661 fatalities have been observed.

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

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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