• Covid Threat: No weddings allowed till April 30


    Bhopal: The Indore district administration in the state of Madhya Pradesh has decided not to allow any weddings till April 30 due to rise in covid cases. While imposing the restrictions, the district administration said that the curbs will help in reducing new covid-19 infections in the city.

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    While speaking to the media, Indore District Magistrate Manish Singh said, "No permission will be given for weddings as there's a higher risk of covid-19 transmission. People are requested to postpone their weddings and requested to stay home till April 30."

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    The district administration also said that they have been getting reports of black marketing of Remdesivir vaccine. "Two people who were caught yesterday, have been charged under NSA. Be it hospitals or shopkeepers, anyone involved in black marketing will be booked under NSA," Singh said.

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