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Centre extends existing COVID Guidelines till March 31, Read!

Home Ministry has issued an order. At the same time, the government is also advising the state governments amid increasing matters.

Yogita S.

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Published on 26 Feb 2021 10:52 AM GMT

Centre extends existing COVID Guidelines till March 31, Read!
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New Delhi: The government is on alert mode regarding Coronavirus. On Friday, the Ministry of Home Affairs has issued orders and ordered to extend the existing guidelines till March 31. In addition, the Ministry of Home Affairs has also ordered the states and Union Territories to increase the speed of Vaccination. Covid-19 cases are steadily decreasing in the past few days. Apart from Maharashtra, Kerala, cases have increased in many more states.

On Friday, the government has ordered to increase the already applicable guidelines regarding monitoring, containment and caution.

Home Ministry extends covid guidelines:

These guidelines will now continue till 31 March. In this regard, the Home Ministry has issued an order. At the same time, the government is also advising the state governments amid increasing matters. The government has said that we need to maintain surveillance and containment in the midst of falling cases.

The Home Ministry said, "When there is a decline in active and new covid-19 cases, there is a need to maintain surveillance and containment". The government has advised the state and union territories to speed up the process of providing vaccines to the target population. The world's largest vaccine program started in the country from January 16. The government is giving vaccines to health workers in the first phase.

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A few days ago, the central government has advised to increase RT-PCR testing to states facing a steady increase in corona virus cases. At the same time, in a letter to the states, the government had also asked to regularly monitor Mutant Strains.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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