Centre issues COVID19 Guidelines for Govt employees

In this new guideline issued by the government, now only those employees who have no symptoms of  corona virus have been allowed to come to the office.

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Published on 9 Jun 2020 9:13 AM GMT

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New Delhi: The fear of corona virus still remains in the country. The number of corona infections is continuously increasing in the country. On the other hand the government has ended the lockdown. And now people are more and more relaxation inn every field. In such a situation, the Central Government has issued new guidelines regarding the arrival of the office of its employees.

In this new guideline issued by the government, now only those employees who have no symptoms of corona virus have been allowed to come to the office. Here, we are telling you about the fresh guidelines issued by Central Govt.

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Guidelines For offices by Central Govt:

-If employee is suffering from cold/cough or fever, stay at home.

-Government officials and employees living in the Containment Zone will work from home. Stay at home until the containment zone is removed.

-Not more than 20 officers/employees will work in a day. A roster will be made for this. The rest will continue to work from home.

-If there are two officers in a cabin, only one person will come in a day.

-Masks is compulsory for all time in office. Disciplinary action will be taken against those who do not follow the rules.

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-Maintain social distancing.

-Officers will clean their computers etc. on their own.

-Face-to-face meetings should be avoided as far as possible.

Meanwhile, Corona virus cases are increasing daily in India. So far, 2 lakh 66 thousand 5 hundred 98 patients of Corona were found in the country, while 7466 people died due to the epidemic.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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