BHOPAL: The administration plans to inform people about Covid-19-appropriate behaviour and about how to put it into practice. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has appealed to his Cabinet colleagues who are in charge of corona-afflicted districts to visit those places and hold discussions with the people about Covid-19-appropriate behaviour.
He made the statement at a meeting with ministers on Tuesday. The officers should be directed to create an atmosphere that would teach people how to follow corona-appropriate conduct, Chouhan said.
Chouhan, himself, will visit a few districts and encourage people to opt for corona-appropriate conduct. As the unlocking has begun, the people must follow corona protocols and studentsí help should be taken for it, Chouhan said.
The chief minister said he had kept the target for zero cases till May 3 and, on Monday, there were reports of single-digit cases from 36 districts, which means the state has neared its objective.
Educational institutions should see how to restart the system and MP should become a model of education in the country, Chouhan said.
The administration should pay full attention to dealing with the third wave of the pandemic, he said, adding that the people should be made aware of it.