- 78 new corona infected cases arrived on the first day of unlock-2, 413 deaths so far
- 14232 people have been recovered in the state, 13920 patients discharged out of them
- New Guideline: School-college closed till 31 July, curfew from 10 am to 5 pm
Jul 01, 2020, 11:44 AM IST
Jaipur. The number of corona infected cases in the state is increasing. Here the total number of infected has increased to 18092 on the first day of Unlock-2. On Wednesday, 78 new cases were reported. At the same time, the death toll has also increased to 413. So far, 14232 patients have been recovered in Rajasthan. Of these, 13920 people have been discharged when the medical report comes negative. There are 3447 active cases left after them. Those who are undergoing treatment in Kovid Hospital. There are also 5110 such migrant Rajasthani migrants who came here from other states.
Medical reports released on Wednesday morning showed the highest number of corona positive cases in Alwar. There were 29 cases here. After this, 25 corona were found infected in Jaipur. At the same time, 5 cases were reported in Sriganganagar, 8 in Kota, 7 in Jhunjhunu, 1 in Rajsamand, 1 in Dausa, Bharatpur and Pali. So far more than 8 lakh 24 thousand sampling has been done in Rajasthan.
On the occasion of Doctor's Day, the Chief Minister will lay the foundation stone of the buildings of 108 medical institutions in the state
On July 1, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will lay the foundation stone of buildings of 108 medical institutes in the state on the occasion of Doctor's Day. The launch program will be done through video conferencing. At the same time, on the occasion of Doctor's Day, CM Ashok Gehlot has given a humble tribute to Bharat Ratna Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, one of the renowned doctors of the country, on his birth anniversary and congratulated all the physicians.
Doctors front line warriors, played an important role in controlling corona infection
CM Gehlot said that National Doctors' Day is an opportunity to express our gratitude to the doctors who are saving lives all over the world during the Kovid-19 epidemic. All health professionals are putting their lives in danger and treating patients and taking care of them. They are front line warriors who deserve praise. The physician community has played an important role in the success Rajasthan is achieving in controlling the corona. Due to our coordinated efforts, Rajasthan model is discussed all over the country. Medical Minister Raghu Sharma has also wished all the doctors of the state on the occasion of Doctor's Day.
Unlock – 2 / School-college closed till 31 July, curfew from 10 am to 5 am
The state government also issued guidelines on Tuesday, a day after the center's guideline for Unlock-2 between Carena. The state's new guideline will now have curfew in the state from 9 am to 5 pm instead of 9 pm. However, essential services are excluded.
Other educational institutions, including school-colleges, will not open until July 31. However, central and state government training institutes will start on 15 July. Religious places with limited number of devotees in the villages will open from July 1. Shrines will remain closed in urban areas. Only such shrines will open in the village, in which less than 50 people come daily.
The new guideline of Unlock-2 will be applicable from Wednesday i.e. July 1 and will be effective till July 31. Strictness will continue in the cantonment zone for the present. There will be a ban on movement in the container zone except for essential services. The government has allowed only necessary works in the Containment Zone in Unlock-2. The government has decided to keep the lockdown in force in the containment zone.
They will still be closed
The ban on coaching institutes, metro, cinema, gym, swimming pool and religious ceremonies has also been extended till 31 July. City buses also will not run. There will be a ban on big gatherings including political, sports and entertainment. In addition, educational, cultural and religious ceremonies and programs have been banned. At the same time, these activities will be banned outside the Containment Zone.