The patients who want to stay home will have to take special permission from District Administration, the new guidelines said.
Seventeen of the total 24 districts in the tribal-dominated state did not record a single death during the last 24 hours showing signs of recovery.
In a bid to combat the second wave of COVID-19, the government has extended the lockdown till June 3 in the state.
The state government is committed towards providing all possible help to those infected by Covid and their family members, CM Hemant Soren said.
As many as 7,343 policemen out of about 60,000-strong police force have been afflicted with the virus in the line of duty and 30 of them lost their lives.
As many as 80 village resource persons (VRPs) have already been trained, who will further go to their areas and train about 2 lakh MGNREGA workers, said RD Secretary Aradhana Patnaik.
The Prime Minister also spoke to the chief ministers of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha to take stock of the Covid situations in their respective states.
All deputy collectors have been asked to hold a meeting with the representatives of the government and private hospitals to ensure that the government directive is fully implemented.
Ravi Agrawal, who is also pursuing his B. Com from Ram Lakhan Singh Yadav College in Ranchi, has even put his number on social media asking people to call in case of any medical emergency.
Under this arrangement, oxygen beds will be ensured for the serious Covid patients free of cost at the nearest district just by dialing 104.
Since the victim and eight other co-accused in the case were found to be infected with the virus, he was kept in isolation inside the premises of the observation home as a precautionary measure.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren announced that all schools, colleges, coaching centres and other educational activities will remain closed.
The state government has appealed to citizens to follow COVID-19 guidelines strictly so that the chain of the virus could be broken and the progression of this disease can be slowed down.
The Deputy Commissioners have also been asked to get it implemented in their districts after holding a meeting with the representative of private hospitals.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren is keeping a close eye on day-to-day developments, Health Minister Banna Gupta said.