Vendors authorized by administration for supply of essentials

Udaipur District Administration is making different arrangements in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection. Considering the curfew imposed in various police station areas of Udaipur, the administration has designated vendors from around the city for the supply of essential household items to the citizens.

According to the sources, District Supply Officer, Jyoti Kakwani informed that the department has authorised the vendors for milk, vegetables and Kirana item area-wise.

Udaipur Sahakari Upbhokta Bhandar has been appointed for selling grocery in Malla Talai area, Haridas Ji Ki Magri, Ashok Nagar, Gariyawas and Hiran Magri. Mahesh Kirana Store has been allocated for Dhanmandi Police Station area to distribute ration to the people of the area.

Upkar Roots has been authorized for delivering grocery item in the remaining curfew areas including Surajpol, Ghantaghar Police Station area, Dewali and Neemach Mata locality.

For the municipal area of Udaipur, Reliance Store has been authorized for the home delivery of household essentials. Home delivery will be given free of cost for a purchase of a minimum amount of Rs 300 in the curfew area and Rs 500 in the remaining area.

The department has issued a region-wise list of vendors for distributing milk, vegetables and Kirana items in the city for which the administration has issued mobile numbers to call or WhatsApp them to place the order.

Citizens can get the items home delivered by placing an order on the numbers given below:

Area Phone Number
Paras Tiraha, Sector 11-14, Govardhan Vilas, Titardi, Savina, and Surjpol, Dhanmandi and Ghantaghar police station areas +91-9001575522, +91-8821842922
Daitya Magri, Panchwati, Chetak, Hathipole, Ambamata, Malla Talai, Haridas Ji Ki Magri, Sajjangarh +91-7014860673
University Road, Ayad, Ashok Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Sevashram, Bohra Ganesh, Pratap Nagar, Bhupalpura +91-9024467731, +91-7689848087
Fatehpur, Syphon, Bedla, Badgaon, Shobhapura, Bhuwana +91-6376913349, +91-8824903891
Hiran Magri Sector 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Manva Kheda +91-9829544549

Corona Explosion in Udaipur: 58 New Positive

Among the people who came in contact with the infected home guard from Kanji Ka Hata area in Udaipur, 58 were reported positive for COVID-19 on Friday afternoon.

Health Department is on its toes for screening and sampling in the area and close contacts.

All the positive cases were reported after the department did sampling in UIT and Kanji Ka Hata. Out of these, maximum cases are from Kanji Ka Hata area.

This sudden explosion of the disease has set a feeling of dread in the air.

The administration had already imposed a curfew in the area immediately after the first positive case was reported.

With the increasing number of cases, the possibility of Udaipur falling under the Red Zone is getting higher. However, the district administration has not yet issued any orders or directives in this regard.


उदयपुर में बढ़ रही कोरोना मरीजों की संख्या

उदयपुर के सवीना इलाके में किराना दूकान चलाने वाली महिला के पॉजिटिव आने के बाद परिवार के सभी सदस्य कोरोना पॉजिटिव पाए गए। इस बात की पुष्टि होते ही उदयपुर प्रशासन ने कॉन्टेक्ट ट्रेसिंग कर 100 से ज्यादा लोगों की सूची तैयार कर स्क्रीनिंग की प्रक्रिया प्रारम्भ कर दी है।

चूँकि यह महिला नियमित किराणा की दुकान संचालित कर रही थी जिसके चलते क्षेत्र में कम्युनिटी स्प्रेड का खतरा मंडराने लग गया है इसलिए प्रशासन ने 5 किमी के दायरे में आने वाले घरो में भी थर्मल स्क्रीनिंग शुरू कर दी है।

सवीना में शिल्पनगर स्थित भगवान किराणा स्टोर चलाने वाली महिला के पति, उसकी दो बेटियां, महिला की सास और महिला की बहन भी कोरोना से पॉजिटिव पाए गए है।

प्रशासन ने लोगों से तथा संपर्क में आये सभी परिजनों से अपील की है की पॉजिटिव पाए गए मरीज़ो के सम्पर्क में आए सभी लोग आगे आकर खुद अपनी जाँच करवाए जिससे संक्रमण को और अधिक फैलने से रोका जा सके।

प्रशासन ने कहा है की सभी लोग सीएमएचओ डॉ दिनेश खराड़ी के मोबाईल नंबर +91-9116003775 पर व्हाट्सऍप मेसेज कर संक्रमितों से अपने संपर्क में आने की जानकारी दे सकतें है जिसके बाद चिकित्सा विभाग स्वयं उनसे सम्पर्क कर जांच करवाएगा।


MB Hospital Nurse residing in New Bhupalpura reported positive for COVID-19

One more nursing staff from Udaipur’s MB Hospital was tested positive for coronavirus on Monday evening. The 55-year-old nurse is a resident of Panna Vihar Colony in New Bhupalpura area.

The nurse was working at Corona Suspect Ward at MB Hospital from March 28 till April 19. After that, she was home quarantined from 20th April.

The nurse is said to be asymptomatic i.e. showing no symptoms of the disease. Asymptomatic Coronavirus patient doesn’t show any visible symptoms of the disease. In such cases, very few are aware that they are infected and symptoms do not give away much.

The nurse was in contact with her 62-year-old husband who is a retired LT, her 4-year-old grandson and 6 other people. All are referred at MB Hospital’s SSB Block.

Udaipur Municipal Corporation has begun sanitization work in the area. Medical Department has made Containment Zone and begun the process of screening.

Containment Zone

Following the report, the administration immediately imposed curfew in the infected area. The district collector has directed the medical department to start a screening survey of the people residing within 5 km of area.


Collector Order for CoronavirusUdaipur Coronavirus Update


Citizens are requested not to move out of unnecessary homes.


Udaipurites join hands with the administration to fight COVID-19

As the lockdown has affected hundreds of labourers from the unorganised sector, it is becoming difficult for them to arrange for adequate food even for a day. To help these needy people, Udaipurites are joining hands with the administration in fighting the COVID-19 crises by donating ration and food to the people in need.

Many social organisations along with economically secure residents of the area have decided to distribute food items to the needy.

While the battle against coronavirus is underway in full swing, hunger has come to haunt many due to the economic crises that has followed. Organisations and individuals are supporting the administration by serving food and also providing financial aid.

13 teams of UIT and Udaipur Municipal Corporation are engaged in distribution work in the urban areas. A Booth Level Officer has also been engaged with each team.

However, some areas are still facing the problem of food being not reaching to the needy people. Citizens are requested to inform about such people to the administrative officials.


Udaipur Coronavirus Updates

Udaipur Administration is making all the possible arrangements for the people of the city during the lockdown period.

24X7 Emergency Transport Facility

District Administration and Transport Department have made emergency transport arrangements for the people of Udaipur. The transport department has arranged for 44 rickshaws, 10 buses and 9 cabs for people who need to go to the airport, bus stand or railway station in case of an emergency. The department has fixed the tariffs for these services.

This facility has been provided by the administration for the public if they need to commute urgently. Anyone who needs the service has to call the control room on 0294-2471522. The control room will provide the mobile number of the autorickshaw along with the details of the driver.

20 autos will operate from the bus stand and 24 from Udaipur City Railway Station. The administration will take action against the autorickshaw driver who charging more than the fixed tariff.

No Newspaper during Lockdown

The newspaper hawkers in Udaipur will not be distributing the newspapers in the city till lockdown period.

The Hawkers Association of Udaipur has taken the decision as a precautionary measure. The association has decided to resume the newspaper distribution after the lockdown is over. Ramchandra Paliwal, the President of the Newspaper Hawkers Association, said that this is decision is not to support any party or government, but to support humanity. Paliwal said that the association is with the administration and is expecting the same support Hawkers are supporting the administration and they are expecting the same support from the newspaper publishers.

Private Vehicles Banned

The administration has banned all private vehicles in the city to avoid unnecessary traffic in the city.  Only vehicles related to essential services and those in exempted services would be allowed. Besides, public transport was also banned as the state went into a complete lockdown from March 22 till the next directive.

Annapurna Kits for the Needy

Udaipur District Administration along with Udaipur Police are distributing Annapurna kits for needy families who are not able to manage their daily meal requirements due to the lockdown. Besides, food packets are being distributed to the families of patients, including the elderly, labourers.

If there is a family in your neighbourhood who are daily wage labourers, garbage pickers or cycle rickshaw drivers etc. who need Annapurna Kit, kindly inform the administration on the numbers given below.

Kindly stay tuned for more updates from Udaipur Administration on COVID-19.