- Apart from hotspots and curfew areas, quarantines going from other districts to other districts will not be done.
- Of the 4924 corona infected in the state, 2785 were cured; 125 killed
May 16, 2020, 03:18 PM IST
Jaipur. On Saturday, 177 new positive cases were reported in Rajasthan. Out of these, 122 patients including 116 inmates of District Jail have been found in Jaipur itself. Apart from these, 21 were found infected in Dungarpur, 9 in Udaipur, 6-6 in Jodhpur and Bhilwara, 4 in Ajmer, 2 in Sirohi, Chittorgarh, Barmer, Pali, Sikar, Kota, Jhunjhunu and Bharatpur 1-1. After which the total number of infected people reached 4924. It is a matter of relief for Rajasthan that no infected has died here in the last 24 hours.
There will not be quarantine going from one district to another: Gehlot
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has directed that quarantine should not be done for 14 days to those going from one district to another in the state except for hotspots and curfew areas. Quarantine only those people who have symptoms of cold, cough or cold.
Surcharge on stamp duty increased by 10% due to corona
The state government has increased the surcharge on stamp duty by 10% to 30%. The government had increased stamp duty by 1% in February this year. The orders come into force with immediate effect, so on May 15, all the cells deed in the old slab will be verified again and the difference amount will be recovered.
Dungarpur: Father said – daughter is a piece of heart, I will stay with her in the hospital
The number of patients reached 15 in Dungarpur on Friday. They also have a 2-year-old girl. Her father is being looked after by the girl in the hospital ward, while her report has come negative. Father says- My only daughter is a piece of my heart. I will be with him until his last breath in a fight with Corona
Recovery increased in Jaipur
There is a relief in Jaipur that the recovery has increased here. 880 patients have been cured in the district, while 442 are undergoing treatment. In Ramganj of the district itself, 87% of the patient i.e. about 500 people have been cured. Only 74 patients are hospitalized here.
Case will be filed for repeated violation of quarantine in Udaipur
Qamar Chaudhary, the officer-in-charge and Zilla Parishad CEO in Udaipur, has written to all SDOs. It said that there is a possibility of infection spreading in the area from frequent violators of quarantine. A case should be registered against such people under sections 188 and 270 of IPC. It has a provision of punishment of up to 2 years.
26 patients recovered in quota sent to quarantine center
From the new hospital, 26 patients were discharged and sent to the Quarantine Center in Alania. From here they will be sent home after spending quarantine time. The total number of discharged patients from the district has increased to 198. Of these 182 patients are from Kota and 16 from other districts. At the same time, repeat tests of 5 newborns admitted to JK Lone Hospital have also come negative. Of these, 4 have been discharged.
Corona reached 31 districts out of 33
- The highest number of infections in the state are in Jaipur. 1509 (2 Italian citizens) are infected here. Apart from this, 1039 in Jodhpur (47 of them came from Iran), 319 in Kota, 251 in Ajmer, 363 in Udaipur, 144 in Tonk, 152 in Chittorgarh, 158 in Nagaur, 123 in Bharatpur, 68 in Banswara, 114 in Pali, Jalore. Out of 69 patients, 61 were found in Jaisalmer (14 of them came from Iran), 48 in Jhalawar, 54 in Jhunjhunu, 49 in Bhilwara, 41 in Bikaner. Meanwhile, 32 in Dausa, 24 in Dholpur, 33 in Alwar, 33 in Churu, 33 in Rajsamand, 24 in Sirohi, 36 in Dungarpur, 14 in Hanumangarh, 27 in Sikar, 16 in Sawai Madhopur, 18 in Barmer, 9 in Karauli. , 4 corona patients have been found in Pratapgarh. 4 infected have been found in Baran. 49 BSF personnel have also been found positive in Jodhpur. At the same time, 6 people from other states were found positive.
- So far 125 people have died from Corona in Rajasthan. These include 67 in Jaipur (including four from UP), 17 in Jodhpur, 10 in Kota, 5 in Ajmer, 3-3 in Pali and Nagaur, Karauli, Alwar, Bikaner, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Sikar and Bharatpur 2-2, Jalore. Banswara, Churu, Pratapgarh, Sawai Madhopur and Tonk have lost 1-1.