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CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced Covid-19 mandatory testing for all abroad returnees to the State of Madhya Pradesh

Covid-19 new & highly contagious variant Omicron recently discovered in some countries recently have led to great anxiety on a global level.

CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced categorically that all persons who are coming from international destinations, people who had gone & returned from abroad since last month, will have to undergo the COVID-19 test.

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The earlier decision of the M.P. Government giving relaxation to schools & collages have been withdrawn to the tune of 50%; half the syllabus will be conducted online, also sending students to the school will be the parental decision of consent.

It was further added that Schools & Universities have to run a parallel online syllabus schedule for students not attending physical classes as per their parental decision not to give consent for attending classes as per the given situational risk.

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CM Chouhan had just last week on the 17th of November, declared that all restrictions imposed during the lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic were withdrawn, thus allowing all social, political, religious, sports, cultural plus entertainment gatherings to form & function to a complete capacity.

During an emergency meeting convened on Sunday to study the present scenario of the Covid-19 situation in the state, the relaxations were withdrawn from full capacity as a precautionary measure adopted for the general welfare.

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CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced Covid-19 mandatory testing for all abroad returnees to the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Covid-19 new & highly contagious variant Omicron recently discovered in some countries recently have led to great anxiety on a global level.

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CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced categorically that all persons who are coming from international destinations, people who had gone & returned from abroad, will have to undergo the COVID-19 test.

The earlier decision of the M.P. Government giving relaxation to schools & collages have been withdrawn to the tune of 50%; half the syllabus will be conducted online, also sending students to the school will be the parental decision.

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It was further added that Schools & Universities have to run a parallel online syllabus schedule for students not attending physical classes as per their parental decision not to give consent for attending classes as per the given situational risk.

CM Chouhan had just last week on the 17th of November, declared that all restrictions imposed during the lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic were withdrawn, thus allowing all social, political, religious, sports, cultural plus entertainment gatherings to form & function to a complete capacity.

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During an emergency meeting convened on Sunday to study the present scenario of the Covid-19 situation in the state, the relaxations were withdrawn from full capacity as a precautionary measure adopted for the general welfare.

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