Start opening market only after evaluating situation: CM
    Date :09-Jun-2021

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 Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewing corona situation at Mantralaya on Monday.
Staff Reporter :
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was addressing a review meeting of corona at Mantralaya 
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that corona curfew will continue till June 15. The situation of coronavirus is under control, but full vigilance and caution is required. The Chief Minister directed the ministers and officers in-charge of the districts to stay in dialogue with Crisis Management Committees and keep the committees active. Chouhan stressed that reasons and circumstances responsible for arrival of first wave, its end, arrival of second wave etc needs to be studied. There is need to learn from this study. “We have to see what caused the second wave, on the basis of which we can stop the third wave. For this, it is necessary to adopt Covid friendly behaviour by everyone,” he told. He was addressing the review meeting of Corona at Mantralaya on Monday.
He said that process of opening the markets should be started only according to situation of Covid. In the Panchayats which are in the Green Zone and where there is not a single case of corona, a decision can be taken regarding opening of Haat Bazar. Crisis Management Committees should start the process of opening the market gradually only after evaluating the local conditions. He said that Ayushman Bharat Yojana has proved to be a boon for poor, low and middle class families. It needs to be made more simple and useful.
He instructed to continue post covid care. It was told in the review meeting that on the basis of number of active cases, the state has come at number 19 in the country. More people are getting healthy than new positive cases. On June 6, 735 people were found corona positive, while 1934 people recovered. In the meeting, minister in charge of Corona Core Group, officers in charge of districts virtually attended. Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains and Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman attended the meeting from Mantralaya.