Lockdown in UP: Check What's allowed & what's not, Know how to apply for e-pass
Yogi Government of the state has imposed the Weekend Corona Curfew on 10 May at 7'O clock in the morning.
New Delhi: In order to control the speed of uncontrolled corona infection in Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi Government of the state has imposed the Weekend Corona Curfew on 10 May at 7'O clock in the morning.
Lockdown in UP:
During this period, the supply of essential services and goods will continue as before. Not only this, an e-pass will be issued by the district administration for inter-district traffic within the district.
What's allowed and e-pass:
Actually during the lockdown, it has been decided to issue an e-pass to ensure the supply of essential goods and services. Additional Chief Secretary Revenue Renuka Kumar has issued guidelines in this regard.
Additional Chief Secretary has said that common people can also apply for e-pass to get medical services. If there is no supply of essential goods and services in any area, then they can complain to the Chief Minister Helpline No. 1076.
How to get e-pass?
Additional Chief Secretary said that applicants can apply online for the e-pass through the link rahat.up.nic.in/epaas present on rahat.up.nic.in. The Deputy Collector has been empowered to issue passes within the boundary of the district. For the inter-district e-pass within the state limits, the Deputy Collector designated by the District Magistrate will be authorized.
The e-pass lock issued for the institutions will be a complete period while the validity of the e-pass issued to the common people will be one day and endogenous two days. E-passes will be issued by the DMs of the respective districts for going out of the state.
What's open and what's closed?
By the way, the cargo vehicles carrying essential items during lockdown will have the facility to go without interruption as before. Markets, weekly markets etc. will remain closed. Shops of milk, vegetables, groceries and medical stores will remain open.
Hospitals and other medical institutions will remain open. Doctors and other medical staff working in these will be able to come without stopping.
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