Noida: Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order), Shraddha Pandey said that new guidelines have been issued on Monday for Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Buddha Nagar, which includes restrictions under Section 144 of the CrPC in the district till June 30. The guidelines came amid a dwindling second wave of the Kovid-19 pandemic.
According to 24-hour period data from the state health department, Gautam Buddha Nagar on Monday added 68 other cases of Kovid-19 and recorded one death, taking the toll to 450.
According to the data, 62,356 people have tested positive for the corona virus so far in Gautam Buddha Nagar, with 1,073 active cases. 181 patients were discharged after treatment, as the total recovery in the districts reached 60,833.
The death rate of the district is 0.72 percent and the recovery rate is 97.55 percent.
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Schools, colleges, coaching centers and other educational institutions will remain closed.
The cinema, gym and swimming pool will also be closed.
Restaurants will also remain closed, although home delivery services are permitted.
A limit of 25 people has been imposed to attend the wedding ceremony.
No more than 20 people will be allowed to be cremated.
Public transport, (metro, buses, etc.) will be allowed to operate with occupancy up to 50 percent.
Public protests will not be allowed in the district without prior permission. Public procession and flywheel jam will not be allowed.
Consumption of alcohol and other such substances will not be allowed in public places.
Meanwhile, the number of active Kovid-19 cases in UP reached 37,044, while the total recovery increased to 16,33,947 and the death toll on Monday increased to 20,497.