Attempts to strictly enforce the lockout
Beed: Locked up to prevent outbreak of corona virus infection. But as people roamed the streets for no reason, the administration began testing their antigen from Monday. On the first day, the Superintendent of Police and other officers took to the streets to take part in the operation.
In Beed district, on Monday, the administration conducted antigen testing on the roads without any reason. In the city, Superintendent of Police Raja Ramaswamy himself stood on the road for three hours and took part in the operation. Every vehicle and person was thoroughly interrogated.
In addition to the essential services, the citizens walking on the road were tested on the spot. Twenty patients were found to be infected with corona in 250 tests by noon. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk in the city, Malives, Dr. Ten teams were appointed by the health department at Babasaheb Ambedkar Chowk, Barshi Naka, Nagar Naka and other places.
Each team has four staff members who tested the antigen of the pedestrians. Punitive action was also taken against the two-wheeler driver without a helmet as per the order of the High Court and the order of the District Collector. Citizens should not walk on the streets unnecessarily during the lockout period to spread the infection. Superintendent of Police Raja Ramaswamy said that even stricter action would be taken by the police.
Abuse of youth in Ambajogai
In Ambajogai in Beed district, a team stopped a two-wheeler without a mask on Monday and instructed it to test the antigen. As a result, the enraged youth opposed the test and insulted Tehsildar Vipin Patil, Chief Officer Ashok Sable and other officers. A case was registered against Praveen Rajabhau Shep (Shepwadi, Tal. Ambajogai).
One and a half hundred new patients in Beed district
In Beed district, the number of patients has gone down to one and a half thousand. During the day on Monday, 1,256 new patients were registered. Including Beed, Parli, Ambajogai, Cage, Ashti talukas have high incidence of disease.
The administration started antigen testing of pedestrians on unpaved roads from Monday.