9th positive case of Jaipur came out... Jaipur
9th positive case of Jaipur came out...
He was admitted to SMS hospital on March 25 after receiving symptoms of cough fever. After the initiative of the police, all companies will go door-to-door delivery of food items.
A new Corona-positive case of Jaipur came to light on Thursday amid a 21-day lockdown. After which the number of infected people reached 9 in Jaipur. At the same time the total has reached 40 in the state. About 4 days later a new case came to light in Jaipur. Earlier, the last case was revealed on Saturday. In which a person resident of Jaipur was found corona positive.
The new case has been found in Jaipur. He is said to be living in Ramganj. Who came to India from Oman on 12 March. On March 25, SMS was admitted to the hospital after receiving symptoms of cough fever. After the report, the shift to isolation took place.
After the initiative of the police, all companies will go door-to-door delivery of food items. It is being told that this facility will be made available for 24 hours. Which did not crowd the markets. Along with this, vegetables will also be delivered through the bags. On Thursday, the impact of the lockdown was less than in other parts of the city in Parkota area of Jaipur.
The streets, colony and roads of Jaipur are also being sanitized. Sanitization is being processed through the municipal mounting machines and fire engines. At the same time, the police also removed the bikes parked in the market. Several tourist spots including Hawa Mahal were also sanitized on Wednesday.
There was intermittent drizzle around Chaumun in the morning. Despite this, people reached the market to get food. Here some shopkeepers made a mark outside the shop to keep people away. People were also seen standing in the same round marks and shopping.
Between 9:00 to 12:00 in Bharatpur, scooters of people who came to collect ration items were kept in the police station by motorcycle police. After which everyone was asked to bring luggage on foot. When people returned with luggage, their scooters were not returned to the motorcycle. Due to which people remained disturbed outside the police station.
Those who have not followed the lockdown are being booked for violation of the Epidemic Disease Law-1897. It is an offense punishable under Section-188 of the IPC. Those breaking this can face up to 6 months in jail or a fine of Rs 1,000 or both.