During the Covid curfew in Dehradun, people will be able to buy daily necessities from nearby shops. Explaining the situation, the District Magistrate, Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava said that everyday essential shops will be open till four o’clock in the evening. Apart from this, petrol pumps, gas supplies and drug shops will be open all the time.
District Magistrate Dr. Srivastava said that everyday essential food items like fruit vegetable shops, dairy, bakery, egg, meat-fish (licensee only), ration, government subsidized slum and livestock shops will remain open. Vehicles connected with essential services will be exempted from traffic. However, the movement of private and public vehicles will be completely restricted. Vehicles will be exempt only for medical, corona test or vaccination and any other emergency. He said that no separate pass will be required for discounted services and works.
33 oxygen cylinders recovered:
The administration team led by SDM Sadar Gopal Ram Binwal raided the gas agency and recovered 33 oxygen cylinders. They said the raid was conducted after receiving information about the deposition of oxygen cylinders at the Kumar Gas Agency in Lime Bhatta.
Maximum 2034 people infected in a day:
The capital received the highest number of 2034 people infected in a day on Monday. According to the information received from the District Magistrate’s Office, with this, the total number of infected people has so far reached 53387. Of these, 38306 people have recovered after treatment. However, 13385 treatments are still underway. On Monday, samples of a total of 8536 people were sent for examination. The District Magistrate said that a total of 51815 people were under community surveillance, of which 178 confirmed corona. At the same time, 770 people were challaned for not following the rules of masks and social distance.
The administration is adopting all possible measures for the safety of the people. Authorities have been entrusted with the responsibility to ensure that people do not face any problem during the Covid curfew. All the people stay in their homes. Compulsorily follow the COVID safety regulations. Avoid unnecessary exits. Strict action will be taken against those who break the rules.
– Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava, District Magistrate