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Cinema hall closed to prevent corona virus infection
Bhopal: Friday, March 13, 2020, The state government has directed to close all the cinema houses of the state to protect the people of the state from the infection of corona virus. The Commercial Tax Department has issued orders in this regard in exercise of the powers conferred in Section 5 (4) of the Madhya Pradesh Cinema (Regulations) Act 1952.

As per the order issued, all the cinema license holders of the state will not perform cinema from March 14 to March 31, 2020 or till other orders, whichever is earlier and will keep the cinema hall closed.

Adequate arrangements made to deal with novel corona virus in Madhya Pradesh
Instructions to declare holiday in schools and colleges to prevent virus infection
Exams will remain unchanged, cinema halls will also be closed

Bhopal: On Friday, March 13, 2020, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has directed to declare a holiday in schools, colleges to prevent the spread of novel corona virus. The Chief Minister has said that the examinations should be kept intact. Along with this, cinema halls should also be kept closed and there should be an attempt to stop all such events / programs where large number of citizens gather. Shri Kamal Nath was reviewing the preparations made for prevention of novel corona virus in the ministry today. It was informed in the meeting that all possible steps have been taken for the safety of citizens in the state. Also, arrangements have been made to provide better treatment in case of an affected condition.

The Chief Minister said that the responsible citizens of all societies and religious gurus of different religions should also be urged not to create awareness and organize such events in which people gather. He said that our preparations should be such that the disease does not spread before the novel corona virus is detected. He said that the steps taken in the country and abroad to prevent this and have got better results should also be followed.

The Chief Minister also asked to screen people coming from the border states of Madhya Pradesh, especially Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. He said that these states should also study the preparations made for disease prevention. The Chief Minister inquired about the preparations made so far by the Health and Medical Education Department.

Screening of 690 passengers

Principal Secretary Public Health and Family Welfare Smt. Pallavi Jain Govil informed that 484 passengers were screened in the state on March 5, out of which 107 were in Home Isolation. A total of 690 passengers from 43 districts were screened, including 249 in Indore, Bhopal 122, Jabalpur 36, Gwalior 33, Ujjain 30 and Khargone 17. Smt. Jain informed that action is being taken to make clothes masks through self-help groups formed under the National Livelihood Mission.

Health officials and field workers trained

In connection with the prevention of novel corona virus disease, health officials of the state through the Zoom platform and health workers like BCM, ANM, Asha, Asha associates, supervisors, pharmacists etc. through satellite were trained and trained. It was informed that 348 isolation beds, 104 ventilators, 13115 PPE kits, 27,011 N-95, 58 quarantine centers and 741 beds have been arranged for infected patients in the state. AIIMS Bhopal and NIRTH to investigate the novel corona virus A lab has been arranged in Jabalpur. A portal has been created for the information of this disease, whose link is

Control Room & Call Center

Control room has been created and call center has been set up to provide information about infected and suspected patients. Control room no. Is 0755-2527177. Radio programs, jingles, posters, and pamphlets are being distributed with an appeal to make people aware and to know the symptoms of the disease.

Additional Chief Secretary Mr. M. Gopal Reddy, Principal Secretary Medical Education Mr. Sanjay Shukla, Secretary Public Relations Mr. P. Narnari and senior officials of Medical Department were present in the meeting.

Instructions to postpone employee's biometric attendance
Bhopal: Friday, March 13, 2020, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has given instructions to keep the biometric attendance of employees in the offices postponed till further orders in the context of prevention of infection of novel corona virus. He has also given instructions to ensure availability of essential medicines, equipment and materials in the state.

According to information received by the Health Department, 26 cases have been registered in China on March 13, while in other countries 6703 cases have been registered related to the novel corona virus. So far, 81 cases of this disease have been reported in India. One of them has died.

Till date, 751 passengers have been identified coming from countries affected by the virus. Out of these, 342 passengers are kept in isolation in their homes and the surveillance of 358 passengers has been completed. There is no positive case of corona virus in the state so far.

Citizens have been urged to wash their hands repeatedly with soap. When coughing and sneezing, cover your nose and mouth with tissue paper / handkerchief or elbow. Greetings / greetings in place of greeting. Use an alcohol based hand sanitizer.

Holiday declared in all schools to prevent corona virus infection
Exams will be as per pre-scheduled schedule

Bhopal: Friday, March 13, 2020, The state government has temporarily declared a holiday in all government and private schools of the state till the next order to protect against the novel corona virus (Kovid-19) and disease caused by it.

Principal Secretary School Education Department, Mrs. Rashmi Arun Shami has issued instructions in this regard to all schools. It has been said in the instruction that examinations of class V and VIII will be conducted as per pre-determined schedule. The annual examinations of class 10th and 12th (whether they are being conducted under the aegis of any competent board / management) will be conducted as per the pre-determined schedule.

During the holiday period, all the teaching and non-teaching staff in all government schools will be present in the school and will do official and academic work. Private schools will be able to take a decision in their own discretion regarding the presence of teaching and non-teaching staff in the school.

Internal annual examinations of all schools postponed
Bhopal: Friday, March 13, 2020, The state government has postponed internal annual examinations in all schools of the state to prevent corona virus infection. Commissioner Public Education and Director State Education Center, Smt. Jayashree Kiyawat has instructed all the districts in this regard.

All the schools have been directed to postpone all the internal annual examinations, including classes I to IV, and classes VI and VII, to be conducted internally. This instruction will be applicable in all government and non-government schools of the state.

It is worth mentioning that as per the order issued by the School Education Department, the annual examinations on the board pattern of class 5th and 8th in government schools and board examinations of class 10th and 12th will be conducted according to the pre-determined timetable. In addition to board examinations in private schools, all internal examinations will be postponed till further orders.

Health workers will be present in office even during the holiday
Bhopal: On Friday, March 13, 2020, officers engaged in this work in the institutions / offices operated under the Department of Public Health and Family Welfare on holiday on March 14 and 15, for the prevention and control of infection of novel corona virus in the state. Employees will be present. Related institutions will also be open these days. Secretary, Public Health and Family Welfare Shri Rajiv Chandra Dubey has issued detailed instructions in this regard.

Corona virus prevention information given in Bandhavgarh
Orientation program being held in Tiger Reserve for three months

Bhopal: Friday, March 13, 2020, Area Director Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve Mr. Vinset Rahim informed that an orientation program is being done in the Reserve to protect the corona virus in collaboration with the Health Department. In the program held on the second Wednesday of January, February and March, RMO Dr. Sandipak Singh and Nodal Officer Korana Virus Mr. Anil Singh informed the resort managers, Gypsy operators, Tourist Guides and Forest personnel regarding Corona virus and prevention. In the orientation program held at Eco Training Center, Dr. Singh informed that an alert has been issued against Corona in all medical colleges, district hospitals and primary health centers of the state. All possible treatment arrangements have been made in these hospitals.

Dr. Singh said that patients affected by corona virus have symptoms like pneumonia. The affected person gets symptoms like cold, sore throat, difficulty in breathing, cough, fever and kidney failure. Its virus spreads through the air. Do not shake hands with a person suffering from cold, cold, fever etc. Keep a distance of at least 6 feet because the virus caused by sneeze, cough, etc. of the affected person cannot go far.

Wash hands several times a day with soap and water or use a sanitizer 0.3. Use disposable tissue paper when coughing and sneezing. Throw away the used tissue paper and wash your hands. Do not touch eyes, nose and mouth without washing hands. If there is no tissue paper, use your arm while sneezing and coughing. Wear an N-95 mask to protect against viruses. Avoid going to people infected with a cold or flu.