MHA issues new Guidelines effective from 1 Dec; Here is what’s allowed

Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday issued new guidelines for surveillance, control and caution. Accordingly, it will be mandatory for states / UTs to take stringent measures to prevent infection.

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New Delhi: Amid growing cases of corona infection, the Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday issued new guidelines for surveillance, control and caution. Accordingly, it will be mandatory for states / UTs to take stringent measures to prevent infection, issue SOPs on various activities and control congestion.

Home Ministry issues new guidelines:

According to the guidelines, only necessary activities will be allowed in the containment zone.

Local district, police and municipal officials will be responsible for ensuring that the prescribed measures are strictly followed.

The State / UT Governments will ensure the accountability of the officials concerned.

Actually, the new guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs will be effective from 1 December to 31 December.

The main focus of the ministry is to strengthen the control over corona infection.

Due to the recent increase in cases in some states / UTs, it is emphasized that caution is needed.

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Explain that the number of corona infections in the country is increasing continuously. After the decline in daily affairs on Tuesday, it has increased once again today. In the last 24 hours, 44,376 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported. At the same time, 37,975 cases were reported on Tuesday. The number of patients infected with the virus has crossed 92 lakhs in the country.

The corona virus Pandemic has started to wreak havoc once again in many states of the country. After which strict action is being taken by the state governments. Meanwhile, the order for Night Curfew has been issued in Punjab. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has ordered a night curfew in all cities and towns from 10 am to 5 am.

Order will be effective from December 1

This order will be effective from December 1 in the state. On the other hand, if anyone is found violating the rules related to corona virus, then he will be fined one thousand rupees. From December 1, all hotels, restaurants and wedding venues in Punjab will be closed at 9.30 pm. At the same time, these restrictions will be reviewed after 15 days i.e. on 15 December. In view of the second wave of Corona in Punjab, the Punjab Government has taken this decision.

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