- Students to be quarantined as Kota has been hotspot of COVID
- All necessary arrangements including food and shelter available in quarantine centers
Raipur, 28 April 2020 । On Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel’s initiative and supervision, students of Chhattisgarh in Kota city of Rajasthan have been safely brought back to Chhattisgarh today morning. Administration, Police, Transport, Medical Officers, drivers and bus operators have played important role in bringing back the students to their home state. Students are happy to be back and their parents are greatly relieved.
It is known that Kota city of Rajasthan has been marked as hotspot center in terms of COVID-19 infection. The number of COVID-positive cases here is high. Hence, as per the guidelines issued by Government of India for prevention of corona virus infection and for safety of people of the state, it is necessary to keep students returning from Kota in quarantine. Keeping this in view, State Government has kept all the students in quarantine. State Government had already informed parents through media and other means of communication about the compulsory quarantine period. Students voluntarily wanted to return. All kinds of basic facilities have been ensured in quarantine centers for students separately. These centers have all the arrangements for food, stay, drinking water and other necessary facilities.