New Delhi: Corona continues to wreak havoc in the country despite all the precaution and efforts. In Uttar Pradesh too, due to corona, the situation remains serious. Meanwhile, the state government has decided to increase the lockdown once again in the state. In view of the grave situation caused by Corona in Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi government has extended the lockdown till Monday. So far, the bandh was announced till 7 am on Thursday, but keeping the situation in view, the lockdown has been increased. These orders were given by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with Team-9.
Actually, the figure of corona in Uttar Pradesh is continuously increasing. After the panchayat elections, there is a danger of infection in every village of UP. Due to this the government has decided to increase the lockdown.
Along with this, the State Government has directed strict action against those who do not wear masks. Those exiting without a mask will be fined one thousand rupees for the first time. For the second time, you will have to pay 10 times more fine. The State Government directed to strictly follow the Corona Protocol.
Chief Minister Yogi said in the meeting that the current strain of Kovid is constantly changing. It is 30 to 50 times more infectious than the first wave. It has been observed in some cases that this is not being confirmed even in the Kovid test, whereas in CT scan it is found that the langs are affected by the Kovid. In such a situation, we need to work with more vigilance.
These restrictions will remain applicable in UP during lockdown
In view of the infection, the government has advised people to stay indoors. It has also been said that only those involved in essential services will be exempted from lockdown. Drug shops, pharmacy, hospital and other essential services are exempted during lockdown.
Another order has been issued by the government, involving industrial activities, supply of medical or essential services, transportation of essential goods, e-commerce operations, people with emergency medicine and telecommunications, postal service, print and electronic media services. People will not need to take e-pass. Along with this, religious places will also be completely closed. During this time shopping malls and restaurants will also be closed.