India has been under lockdown for 21 days to battle coronavirus pandemic. But despite the lockdown new Covid-19 are rising. Many cases are caused by the violation of government guidelines on coronavirus due to carelessness.
Indore is one example of such carelessness where suddenly 20 new coronavirus infection cases were reported as people continued to move around during the lockdown potentially transmitting the virus.
Now there is the threat of community transmission in Indore. A sudden spike in new cases has promoted the government to impose a harsher lockdown where almost everything will be closed including all grocery shops, milk booths, vegetable markets barring few medical stores and petrol pumps to provide fuel to government vehicles. This harder lockdown will be in place until April 1.
To strictly enforce ‘social distancing’ all exemption passes issued to various organizations and individual have been canceled and anybody found violating lockdown will be sent to jail