Assam Health Minister Keshab Mahanta has made it clear that there can be no lockdown in Assam. “There would be no lockdown,” he assured whereas chatting with information company ANI.
The minister additional stated that the state authorities is well-prepared to deal with a doable surge in COVID-19 circumstances.
Speaking to ANI on Saturday, Mahanta stated, “We are in readiness from all corners. Our hospitals and doctors are well-prepared too. We have completed our planning.”
Mahanta urged the folks to abide by the rules specified and observe COVID acceptable behaviour to include the unfold of the virus.
“The revised directives will stay in drive all through the state from 6 am of December 26 until additional orders,” state Health Minister Keshab Mahanta stated.
He stated as per the brand new SOP, night time curfew will likely be in drive from 11.30 pm to six am. However, it won’t be relevant on the night time of December 31.
Mahanta additional stated for omicron particular regulation, district magistrates, superintendents of police and all different authorities involved shall be chargeable for guaranteeing COVID acceptable behaviour in all public locations.
All work locations, enterprise and industrial institutions will stay open until 10.30 pm.
For conferences or gatherings in open areas, the district catastrophe administration authority will specify the quantity relying on the COVID scenario in that district, whereas in closed areas, gathering as much as 50 per cent of seating capability can be allowed.
Iconic spiritual locations can enable 60 absolutely vaccinated folks per hour, with the variety of devotees or guests restricted to 40 per hour for different spiritual locations.
Cinema halls will proceed to function with 50 per cent seating capability.
The minister additional stated district magistrates and superintendents of police will be certain that the folks strictly abide by the directives and they’re going to additionally deploy adequate variety of groups for holding vigil.
Any individual violating these measures will likely be liable to be proceeded towards as per provisions of Disaster Management Act, 2005, and different authorized provisions.
Further, any individual not carrying face masks or spitting in public locations shall be fined ₹1,000.
Meanwhile, no COVID-19 deaths have been reported in Assam on Saturday whereas 56 new circumstances detected through the day took the general caseload to six,20,081, a National Health Mission (NHM) bulletin stated.
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