In view of the increasing corona infection in Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat held a review meeting with the officials through video conference regarding prevention and prevention of Covid-19 infection and vaccination.
During this, he instructed the officials to ensure adherence to the Covid protocol. To postpone the examinations in the meeting, allow only online classes in colleges, increase the number of tests, expedite the vaccination campaign, create effective home isolation strategies, deploy trained officers and personnel in the control room and reduce the mortality rate. Instructed to ensure timely treatment to the infected person.
Outsiders not allowed in Secretariat:
The government has barred any outsider from entering the secretariat, unless an advance order is made, besides MPs, cabinet ministers, legislators and secretariat officials and employees in the secretariat premises. Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi has issued its orders.
Stated to strictly follow the social distance law:
In the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) released on Thursday night, the state government has expressed its intention to strictly follow the social distance law at public places. The number of passengers in public vehicles has been reduced to 50 percent. A 50 percent rule has also been applied for crowded places.
At the same time, till now only parts of Dehradun had night curfew, but now night curfew has been imposed in the entire state. It will remain in force from 10.30 in the night till five in the morning.
Industrial shift employees, emergency vehicles, people related to freighters, people descending from buses, trains, airplanes etc., persons related to wedding and related functions etc. will be allowed to move during the night curfew.
No cuts in Aquarius time:
In the SOP issued by Chief Secretary Omprakash, the speculation of limiting the duration of Kumbh has also been completely stopped. It is clearly stated in the SOP that the fair period will remain as before.
It was informed that the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India on the Haridwar Mela area on January 22 and the order issued by the State Government on February 26, will remain in force.
The state had released the Haridwar Mela Kumbh area from April 1 to April 30. This means that the Maha Kumbh in Haridwar will remain unchanged. Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat also confirmed this.