UP Weekend Curfew: Strictness will be increased, but there will be no weekend curfew, CM Yogi’s meeting will end. 1 News Track English


UP Weekend Curfew: In Uttar Pradesh, the state government has not taken any major decision regarding the prospects regarding the ongoing weekend curfew regarding Corona. Certain restrictions may be imposed regarding this. On Tuesday, 992 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Uttar Pradesh. Apart from this, 18 new cases of new variant ‘Omicron’ of Kovid-19 have also come to the fore. Due to which such news was coming in entire UP that weekend curfew would be imposed here too. But, in the meeting of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath that ended with Team-9 late in the night, no consensus could be reached on this issue. At the same time, according to the information – there will be some changes in the Corona Guidelines.

Instructions regarding Corona in UP

In view of the changing circumstances of Kovid, all necessary steps should be taken in the larger public interest on the basis of consultation with the Health Expert Advisory Panel constituted at the state level. People should not panic unnecessarily, they should be given correct, accurate and proper information. Experts believe that this variant is much less harmful than the earlier variants. It is not a major threat to a healthy-normal person who has taken the vaccine cover.

Holiday should be declared in all government and private schools up to class 10th till Makar Sankranti. His vaccination will continue during this period. Although at present the number of active Kovid cases in any district of the state is not more than 1000. But keeping in view the wider public interest, in the districts where the minimum number of active cases exceeds 1000, public places like gym, spa, cinema hall, banquet hall, restaurant etc. should be operated with 50 percent capacity. In marriage ceremonies and other events, not more than 100 people should participate in closed places at a time. The presence of more than 50 percent of the total capacity of the ground should not be allowed in the open space. Mask-sanitizer is mandatory. Night corona curfew should be implemented from 10 pm to 6 am. This arrangement should be made effective from Thursday, January 06.

Kovid help desk should be made functional with immediate effect in all government, semi-government, private, trust etc. institutions, companies, historical monuments, offices, religious places, hotels-restaurants, industrial units of the state. Day care centers should also be established as per the need. Do not allow anyone to enter the premises without screening/sanitisation.

In the genome sequencing conducted to identify the Kovid variant, the Omicron variant has been confirmed in 23 people. Tracing and testing of the people who came in contact with all these should be done. There should be continuous monitoring of the health of all.

Uttar Pradesh Testing and Immunization ranks first in the country by doing more than 20 crore 50 lakh covid vaccinations and more than 09 crore 36 lakh tests. Here more than 07 crore 53 lakh people have been provided with the security cover of Kovid by giving both the doses of the vaccine. 12 crore 97 lakh people have received the first dose of the vaccine. In this way, about 88 percent of the total population of the state eligible for vaccination has received both the first and 51 percent. In the Kovid vaccination of children in the age group of 15 to 18, which started from January 03, so far more than 3.5 lakh adolescents have got the vaccine cover. Vaccination needs to be accelerated. All necessary efforts should be made in this regard.

Monitoring Committee and Integrated Kovid Command Center should be fully activated. Monitoring committees should be functional in villages under the leadership of Pradhan and in urban wards under the leadership of councilors. People without vaccination should be identified by door-to-door contact. Their list should be given to the district administration. Medicine kits should be made available to the people as per the need. The availability of life saving drugs useful in the treatment of Kovid should be ensured.

Considering the importance of testing, a minimum of three to four lakh tests should be done every day. Before authorizing private labs for covid testing, their past records should be seen. Quality testing is mandatory. Nodal officers of every district should communicate with their respective districts. Keep an eye on every situation.

Integrated Kovid Command and Control Center (ICCC) set up in all the districts of the state should be kept active 24×7. Regular meetings should be held there as before. A panel of specialist doctors was present in ICCC. Teleconsultation facility should be given to the people. This should be given wide publicity by making the ICCC help number public. People can contact there immediately on any need. Ambulance be in 24×7 active mode. Better use of public address system. People should be contacted through CM helpline.

The requirement of 48 hours prior Kovid RTPCR negative report should be implemented for the devotees coming to the ‘Prayagraj Magh Mela’, a symbol of faith. Full care should be taken for the convenience of all the devotees including Kalpawasis.

It is possible to change the rules. In addition, the strictures will also be increased. The new guidelines will come into effect from January 6. Whose official order will be issued shortly.

Additional Chief Secretary Medical and Health Amit Mohan Prasad informed that a total of 1,66,033 samples were tested in the state yesterday. In which 992 new cases of corona infection have come. A total of 9,36,00,940 samples have been tested so far in the state. He said that in the last 24 hours, 77 people and till now a total of 16,88,007 people have been cured of Kovid-19. There are a total of 3173 active cases of corona in the state.

Prasad informed that the work of Kovid vaccination is being done continuously. Yesterday, on January 3, 2022, 12,23,833 doses were given in a day in the state. Yesterday, 12,89,19,556 and second dose 7,47,46,492 have been given to people above 18 years in the state and till now total 20,36,66,048 doses have been given to people above 18 years. He said that the vaccination of children of 15 to 18 years has started. Tomorrow on January 03, the first dose of 1,70,386 vaccines has been given to children of 15 to 18 years of age. He informed that the Kovid vaccination of children of 15 to 18 years will be done daily. Children have been provided with the facility of leave on the day of vaccination and the next day. If vaccination centers are set up in schools, then a holiday will be given on the next day of vaccination.

Prasad informed that 18 new cases of Omicron, a new variant of Kovid, have come in the state. He said that the testing and treatment of Kovid is being done free of cost at government centers. The covid infection is not completely over yet. Therefore everyone should behave according to Kovid. Be sure to follow the covid protocol even after vaccination.



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