UP: Curfew will remain from 9 pm to 7 am from June 21, restaurants and malls will open with 50% capacity

Lucknow: In view of the betterment of Corona infection in UP, relief has been given from Corona Curfew. From June 21, the corona curfew will be effective from 9 pm to 7 am. At the same time, restaurants and malls can be opened with 50 percent capacity with compliance with the Kovid protocol. Similarly, permission will also be given to operate parks, street food etc. Establishment of Kovid help desk at these places will be mandatory. These orders were given by the Chief Minister of the state Yogi Adityanath in a meeting held with Team-9 on Tuesday. He said that the second wave of corona has weakened but is not over, so take precautions.

In the meeting, the Chief Minister said that the situation of corona epidemic in the state is becoming more controlled every day. The virus has now weakened, but the risk of infection still remains. In the last 24 hours, 2,57,135 samples were tested. In the same period, 340 new cases of infection have been reported and 1,104 patients have become free from corona infection. Earlier, on March 12, there was almost a similar situation.

At present 7,221 cases are active. The overall positivity rate was only 0.1% in the last 24 hours, while the recovery rate has gone up to 98.3%. So far 05 crore 38 lakh sample tests have been done in the state. Amidst the corona epidemic, so far 16 lakh 73 thousand people of the state have become free from Kovid infection.

Ensure adequate availability of pulse oximeters
The Chief Minister directed that adequate availability of useful pulse oximeters for children should be ensured. Our MSME units can well cooperate towards manufacturing of Child Pulse Oximeter. Efforts should be started in this direction by the concerned department by contacting the MSME units. He said that the coming few months are sensitive in terms of the health of the children. The rainy season is starting. There is a possibility of increasing the problem of communicable diseases, dengue, encephalitis, chikungunya etc. Experts have also expressed the fear of a third wave of Kovid. In such a situation, all necessary arrangements are being made for the health safety of the children. Parents also need to take special precautions. Along with ‘Dastak’ campaign for the prevention of encephalitis, special awareness campaigns should be conducted to prevent communicable diseases.

All necessary arrangements are being made to prevent the third wave.
He said that all necessary arrangements are being made to prevent the possible third wave of Kovid-19. In this episode, a special program of door-to-door distribution of medical kits for children below the age of 18 years has been started from Tuesday. This is a very important program. Medicine-kits should be provided to the monitoring committees by the ministers-in-charge in the districts. When the monitoring committees give the medicine kit, then the beneficiary’s name, address, phone number, etc. Information about the health of the children should be obtained by contacting the beneficiaries through the CM helpline.
A special campaign for door-to-door distribution of medical kits for children should be conducted smoothly. First, free medicine kits will be distributed to more than 50 lakh children. Children below the age of 18 years with symptoms of Kovid-19 have been divided into four categories (0-1 years, 1-5 years, 5-12 years and 12-18 years). Different types of medicine kits have been prepared for each category.

The virus has weakened, not gone
The situation of Kovid infection in the state is under control. The situation is returning to normal, but we have to understand that the virus has weakened, not gone. The infection has subsided, but a slight negligence can increase the infection again. Everyone should include the practice of covid prevention like masks, sanitization, social distancing in their lifestyle. Get out of the house only if it is very necessary. Avoid the crowd. The police force remained active.

The process of setting up PICUs of 100 beds each in all medical colleges should be completed expeditiously. It should also have a 50 bed NICU. Similarly, Mini Pikus are being set up at District Hospital and CHC level also. It should be inspected by the ministers in charge.

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