Maha Curfew in Udaipur is a Rumour | 99% Cases Asymptomatic

After the rumour of “Maha Curfew” started spreading in the city, Udaipur District Collector Ms Anandhi along with SP Kailash Chandra Bishnoi and CMHO Dinesh Kharadi held a press conference to clear the air and stop the panic.

On the concern of the rapid rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, the collector said that a large number of corona positive cases have come from the same locality and the remaining cases are also mostly the ones which have come in contact with these areas.

She appealed to the citizens to not panic. The administration is continuously doing the screening and sampling process. Everyone has to stay alert and follow the guidelines of the containment zone, she said.

The collector along with the SP and CMHO, was addressing the media people at the Zilla Parishad Auditorium here on Friday.

The collector said that to stop the further spread of the infection, the administration has declared the entire city as a containment zone. As per the protocol, continuous sampling is being done over the 100-meter area of ​​the infected area on the first day, then 500 meters and then up to 1 kilometre.

In such a situation, more cases might come up in the next two days after which the situation will tend to become normal in fifteen days.

Around 3700 samples have been taken in the last 8 days of which only 8 per cent have come out as positive.

The collector further clarified that no one will get any relaxation in the Containment Zone and Curfew Zone. The system that has been in place till now will remain the same.

During the press conference, SP Kailash Chandra Bishnoi said that strict curfew is in force in Dhanmandi, Ghantaghar Police Station area and in about one-third of Surajpole Police Station area. The SP also clarified that the rest of the municipal area is been declared as a containment zone.

He appealed to the people to remain in the homes.


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