In Madhya Pradesh, in view of the Corona pandemic, the ensuing festivals like Ganesh Utsav, Moharram and Janmashtmi will not be celebrated publicly in the state. Independence Day will also be celebrated at a limited scale. Gathering of people will not be allowed at any place. Reviewing the COVID-19 situation in the state, The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan urged the citizens of the state to celebrate these festivals at home itself.
As per the official information, Ganesh idols will not be installed at public places and procession of Janmashtmi as well as Moharram will not be allowed. Gathering of more than 5 people at a time at places of worship will not be permitted. Meanwhile, the recovery rate is continuously increasing and the fatality rate is declining in the state. The recovery rate has reached 74.1 percent and the fatality rate has come down to 2.52 percent in the state.
The state government instructed that the health screening of people, moving in and out from the borders of state should be done mandatorily. Without this, movement of people should not be allowed. The state government also issued instructions that awareness should be spread among the people to wear masks and follow social distancing mandatorily. 

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