‘No Mask-No Movement’ Campaign In MP Amid Omicron Scare
- The state government has decided to launch a 'No Mask-No Movement' campaign.
- Madhya Pradesh recorded 12 fresh COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours.
- Police will guide the people for wearing masks while they are out.
Bhopal: In view of the threat of Omicront’s new variant of Corona, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra has started the No Mask No Movement campaign in the state against the Omicron variant of Corona. The Home Minister stopped the people roaming without masks at the Nutan College intersection in Bhopal and made them wear masks and appealed to everyone to wear masks when they step out of the house, while the drivers who were found wearing masks were given roses by the Home Minister. On the other hand, the amount of fine against people walking without masks has already been increased, now a fine of Rs 500 will be imposed against such people.
Today 12 new patients of corona have been found in the state, in view of the new variant of the corona, the government has become cautious about its prevention. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan held a meeting with the Crisis Management Committee of all the districts and directed them to make people aware of the state to apply masks and sanitize their hands frequently to protect them from the corona. After this, Home Minister Narottam Mishra has instructed the police to run no mask no movement in the entire state.
Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that the crisis of Corona has not been completely averted, new variants of Corona are constantly emerging, in view of this, people will have to adopt all measures to prevent corona and make mask-sanitiser their daily routine. It Will have to be included compulsorily in this, only by this people will be able to avoid corona.