Madhya Pradesh coronavirus update: No lockdown on Sundays, says govt

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There will be no lockdown in Madhya Pradesh on Sundays, an order by Madhya Pradesh Government government said on Tuesday.

The order referred to a decision of August 6 which said lockdown will be imposed every Sunday. "The order to impose lockdown has been repealed by the government with immediate effect," it said.

The guidelines for Unlock 4 released by Home Ministry have come into force from September 1.

As per the state government's latest update, 32 deaths and 1,525 new COVID-19 cases reported in Madhya Pradesh today.

The total count of cases in the state now stands at 65,490 including 14,072 active cases, 49,992 recoveries and 1,426 deaths.

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