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The government has issued an alert regarding the increasing cases of corona in UP. For this, the government has issued a new guideline. Meanwhile schools up to class eight have been closed by 31 March. File photo
Corona virus is spreading rapidly in Uttar Pradesh. In view of Corona virus infection, vigilance has been increased again in the state. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, after holding a high-level meeting, gave clear instructions that there is no ban on the holding of any event, but now the permission of the administration will have to be taken for the procession, program and public function. Along with this, instructions have been given to close all the council and private schools from classes one to eight for Wednesday from March 24 to 31.
Alert after growing case in many states
Authorities have also been alerted in UP in view of increasing cases of coronas in many states. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath called a high-level meeting late on Monday evening. In which it was decided that Holi holiday should be kept in all the council and private schools from class one to eight from March 24 to 31.
In other educational institutions where examinations are not being held, there will be a holiday from 25 to 31 March. He said that all measures to prevent infection should be ensured by strengthening the system of prevention and treatment from corona.
Guidelines set by the government
- Nodal officers or employees will be posted at each gram panchayat level in rural areas and ward level in cities.
- These nodal officers will ensure that people coming from other states in their area are investigated. In case of suspicious patients, they should be quarantined and RTPCR should be investigated and action should be taken as per Kovid protocol.
- Availability of one dedicated Kovid Hospital in each district should be ensured. Necessary human resources and equipment should also be arranged.
- The Chief Minister said that there is no restriction on festivals and festivals, but people should be made aware in view of Kovid infection. No processions and programs or public functions should be held without the prior permission of the local administration.
- These events should be avoided in the high risk categories such as children below 10 years of age, elderly people above 60 years and people with more than one serious illness, etc. These events should ensure that Kovid protocols, masks , Social distancing etc. should be completely followed.
- Educational institutions in which examinations are being conducted should be conducted by following the Kovid protocol in full accordance with the predetermined schedule.
- The Chief Minister said that the work of Kovid Vaccination should be done with full commitment. He said that the vaccine should be prevented from going bad.
- Daily reviews of Kovid-19 in the integrated command and control center should be ensured by the authorities.
- Control of external traffic in training institutes etc.
- There should be adequate security arrangements in view of Kovid in jails. The medium of video conferencing should be adopted for the muscle. People should be made aware by making full use of public address system. All publicity related arrangements should be ensured for awareness.
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