The central government has once again issued new guidelines in the wake of the Kovid boom across the country.
Mandatory Face Mask, Social Distancing: The central government has once again issued new guidelines in the wake of the Kovid boom across the country. Full lockdown virtue at the beginning of the corona virus outbreak was all work from home. The people were confined to their homes. However, the spread of the virus has intensified due to the gradual easing of sanctions. Gradually offices, malls and restaurants opened. With this the virus is spreading once again. It also announced that it was bringing in new regulations.
Despite the spread of Kovid across the country, the virus continues to erupt in some states. On the other hand, the steady rise in corona second phase cases in the country is worrying. On the other hand, the second phase of vaccination process across the country will continue at a rapid pace. However, despite a slight fluctuation in the number of cases over the past few days, 17,407 new cases have been reported in the past 24 hours. With this the central government has recently released some guidelines to make people more vigilant on the corona.
State-wise details of Total Confirmedcases
(till 4th May, 2020, 08:00 AM)
➡️States with 1-40 confirmed cases
➡️States with 41-700 confirmed cases
➡️States with 700+ confirmed cases
➡️Total no. of confirmed cases so far
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The central government on Thursday tweeted that people must wear masks and follow physical distance in shopping malls, restaurants and prayer halls that are mostly visited. To this end the central government has shared some corona precautionary images via Twitter. It said the newly announced guidelines would take effect from March 1. The government has said it will set up special staff to take steps to ensure corona precautions in congested areas. It directed the state governments and the Union Territories to take steps to ensure strict compliance with these regulations.
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