As cases rising, Indore to shut shops from Mon

  • | Sunday | 29th March, 2020

While Madhya Pradesh is fighting it hard to ward off COVID-19, the numbers of positive cases are on a constant rise and amid unrestrained spread, Indore administration has decided to keep all markets shut from Monday onwards. Meanwhile, on Saturday wee hours, four new positive cases were reported from Indore taking the total tally of positive cases to 19, including two who have died. Those who tested positive include a 60-year-old from Kakad, 42-year-old from Koylabakhal and 23-year-old from Gumastanagar area, all from Indore. Besides, a Gwalior native who had earlier tested positive recovered from the disease and on Saturday tested negative. In all the number of positive cases has risen to 33 in Madhya Pradesh including two dead from Indore and Ujjain.

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