Coronavirus Omicron Updates Restrictions Vaccination New Cases Mumbai Lockdown Delhi Curfew All Updates In Hindi – Corona In India: Weekend curfew in Delhi, lockdown expected in Mumbai, schools closed in UP…Know the condition of rest of the country

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Corona cases are once again increasing rapidly in the country. Restrictions are being announced continuously in various states. Schools have been closed in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, West Bengal, Odisha, Karnataka, Goa, Haryana, Telangana, Jharkhand. Read full report…

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Corona virus cases are once again increasing rapidly in the country. Omicron, a new and more infectious variant of the corona, is also spreading rapidly and things are soon pointing towards a third wave. With this, the era of sanctions has started again in India along with countries around the world. Like the second wave, this time also the national capital New Delhi and Maharashtra are seen to be the most affected.

Talking about restrictions, weekend curfew has been started in Delhi and work from home system is being implemented once again. In view of the rapidly increasing cases of corona infection in Mumbai, a lockdown may be imposed soon. At the same time, educational institutions have been closed in states like Punjab, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and West Bengal. Along with this, many other restrictions including night curfew have also been implemented.

Lockdown may be imposed in Mumbai soon

Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar said on Tuesday that if the corona cases in the city cross the 20 thousand mark, then the lockdown will be implemented here as per the rules of the central government. He said that no one wants the lockdown to be imposed, if the lockdown is imposed again, it will affect everyone badly. But if the cases of Kovid go above 20 thousand then lockdown will be imposed.

The mayor has appealed to the people to wear a three-layer mask while traveling in public buses and local trains. Those who have not been vaccinated should get vaccinated immediately and follow all the rules related to corona seriously. The mayor further said that if marriage ceremonies are to be held, then do them according to the rules and ensure that such programs do not become super-spreaders of the pandemic.

Rapid RT-PCR test mandatory for all international travelers coming to Mumbai
In the wake of rising cases of COVID-19, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has made Rapid RT-PCR test mandatory for all international passengers arriving at the Mumbai International Airport. This information has been obtained from the revised guidelines. A BMC official said that the guidelines issued last week came into effect from Monday.

The amended order said, “All international passengers found infected in rapid RT-PCR test will have to undergo regular RT-PCR test at the airport itself.” Will be sent for sequencing and the passenger will be sent to institutional isolation.

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Kiran Dighavkar, AMC, BMC, G North Ward said that “All passengers coming from high-risk, high-risk countries and UAE will be subjected to rapid RT-PCR or other tests for corona test, the rest of the passengers who are fully vaccinated.” have been imposed, they are not required to go for the test unless asked to do so by the authorities.”

In the last 24 hours, 10,860 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Mumbai. Two infected have died in the same period. The number of active cases of corona in the city has increased to 47,476.

The Delhi government has decided to impose weekend curfew on Tuesday amid the rapid spread of Omicron cases. Giving information about this decision, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that there will be curfew on Saturday and Sunday. Apart from this, apart from essential services, all government employees will work from home. Private offices have been allowed to function with 50 per cent capacity.

However, metro and buses will continue to operate at full capacity. Sisodia said that due to halving the seating capacity at metro stations and bus stops, there are long queues. The government fears that bus stops and metro stations may become centers of rapid spread of infection, so they will be run at full capacity. He said, no one will be allowed to travel without a mask.

The DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management Authority) had announced a ‘yellow alert’ on December 28 after the infection rate in Delhi crossed five per cent. Under this, all theaters and gyms in Delhi were closed. According to the plan of DDMA, if the infection rate is more than five percent continuously for five days, a ‘red alert’ is declared, under which a complete curfew is implemented.

The Punjab government has also announced night curfew and closure of educational institutions in view of the spurt in Kovid cases. Apart from this, theaters have been instructed to operate with 50 percent capacity. Officials said that all these restrictions will remain in force till January 15. According to the order issued in this regard, all educational institutions, schools-colleges, universities and coaching centers will remain closed.

All classes will be conducted through online mode. However, medical and nursing colleges are exempted from this restriction. Apart from this, bars, cinemas, multiplexes, malls, restaurants, spas, museums and zoos will be operated with 50 per cent capacity. All employees should be fully immunized at all these locations. According to the order, AC buses will be run in the state with 50 percent capacity.

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The Goa government has also decided to close schools and colleges till January 26 in view of the spurt in corona cases in the state. At the same time, the Karnataka government is considering implementing rules this week to prevent and control the spread of infection. The state cabinet is likely to take a decision on it this week after holding discussions with experts.

The West Bengal government has also decided to close all educational institutions and limit staff attendance in offices to 50 per cent. Covid restrictions have been reimposed in the state. Apart from this, flights from Mumbai and New Delhi have also been limited here. Now these flights will run only twice a week (on Mondays and Fridays).

The number of Omicron infected has increased to 1892 with 176 new cases in the country. Maharashtra has the highest number of 568 cases while Delhi comes second with 382 cases. On the other hand, if we talk about Rajasthan, there have been a total of 174 patients here. Talking about other states, Telangana (67), Karnataka (64), Haryana (63), Odisha (37), West Bengal (20), Andhra Pradesh (17), Madhya Pradesh (9), Uttar Pradesh (8), Uttarakhand ( 8), Chandigarh (3), Jammu and Kashmir (3), Andaman and Nicobar (2), Goa (5), Himachal Pradesh (1), Ladakh (1), Manipur (1) and 1 case have been registered in Punjab .

Today 2265 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Gujarat, 240 were cured while two patients died. At the same time, 9,073 new cases of corona were reported in West Bengal today, while 3768 were cured and 16 people died. 1137 cases of corona virus were reported in Rajasthan today. Maximum 745 cases have been found in the capital Jaipur and 185 cases in Jodhpur. On the status of Kovid-19, Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya said that we are constantly reviewing the existing health infrastructure and preparedness in all the states of the country.

In view of the increasing cases of corona, the Uttar Pradesh government has increased the strictness. Night curfew has been implemented in the state from 10 pm to 6 am. Apart from this, schools have been closed till January 14. In the meeting held with Team-9 of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, it has been decided that from January 6, night curfew will be implemented from 10 pm to 6 am. Schools up to class 10th will remain closed till Makar Sankranti. Strict restrictions will be implemented in districts with 1000 cases.

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The Chief Minister has directed that public places like gyms, spas, cinema halls, banquet halls and restaurants, etc., should be operated with 50 percent capacity in the district where the number of active cases of corona exceeds 1000. In wedding ceremonies and other events, not more than 100 people will be allowed to attend at a time in closed spaces. Attendance of more than 50 percent of the total capacity of the ground will not be allowed in open spaces. Mask-sanitizer will be mandatory.

The Bihar government has also implemented new restrictions. According to the order issued on Tuesday in this regard, schools have also been closed and the opening hours of shops have also been changed. There will be a curfew from 10 pm to 5 am. According to the country, pre-school and classes from 1st to 8th will be closed and they will be conducted through online medium. Apart from this, classes from ninth to 12th will be conducted with 50 percent capacity. These restrictions will be in force from January 6 to January 21.

All religious places will be closed for devotees. Cinemas, shopping malls, clubs, swimming pools, gyms, parks will remain completely closed. Restaurants will be allowed to operate with 50 per cent capacity. Here complete vaccination of all employees will be mandatory. A maximum of 50 people will be allowed to attend the wedding ceremony. There will be a ban on taking out DJ and procession processions. The information has to be given to the local police station at least three days in advance. A maximum of 50 people will be able to attend the funeral.

Scope

Corona virus cases are once again increasing rapidly in the country. Omicron, a new and more infectious variant of the corona, is also spreading rapidly and things are soon pointing towards a third wave. With this, the era of sanctions has started again in India along with countries around the world. Like the second wave, this time also the national capital New Delhi and Maharashtra are seen to be the most affected.

Talking about restrictions, weekend curfew has been started in Delhi and work from home system is being implemented once again. In view of the rapidly increasing cases of corona infection in Mumbai, a lockdown may be imposed soon. At the same time, educational institutions have been closed in states like Punjab, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and West Bengal. Along with this, many other restrictions including night curfew have also been implemented.

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