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Big news: UP’s lockdown extended till Monday, decision taken due to rising cases of Corona

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So far, the bandh was announced till seven o’clock on Thursday morning, but the lockdown has been extended keeping in view the situation. These orders were given by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with Team-9.

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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 seven o’clock on Thursday morning, but the lockdown has been extended keeping in view the situation. These orders were given by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with Team-9.

Let us tell you that on April 29, the Yogi government had decided to lockdown the state in the evening from eight o’clock on Friday to seven o’clock in the morning on Tuesday and then extend it for two more days on May 3 to seven o’clock on Thursday (May 6). gave. After this, today means on Wednesday, its duration has been extended till seven in the morning on Monday.

Also read: Corona: Lockdown extended till May 10 in UP, know what will be open and closed in 10 points

Along with this, the State Government has given 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 a meeting with officials 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.

Let us tell you that in view of increasing cases of corona in rural areas, a door-to-door investigation campaign started from Wednesday. The campaign will run till 9 May. During this time information will be taken about every person in the village, people who have symptoms of corona or who have returned from other states will be given a Kovid investigation.

A micro plan has been prepared to control the infection of Kovid-19 in rural areas. Teams have been formed for this. Each team will have 2 members. One Anganwadi worker will be the other teacher or member of the monitoring committee. Each team has been given the responsibility of 1000 people. Team members will be given 100 honorarium per day. This team will go to the village. Will take information about people’s health. If someone in the family has a fever, they will provide medical kit.

People who will have signs of corona infection and those coming to the village from other states will be tested corona. For this, about 10 lakh antigen kits have been made available to the Health Department. Apart from this, samples will be sent for RT PCR check of others.

The sample of the test to be conducted in the rural area will be sent to the lab on the basis of preference. Efforts are to be made aware of the report till the next day. During the examination, those who have symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath will also be provided with medicines.

If there is a Kovid positive person in a house, then he will also be told how to live in home isolation. The team will also inform the concerned person about the help line running at the district headquarters and at the state level.

Will also inspire about vaccination
This team going from village to village will also inform people about the vaccination. It will also explain how the corona virus can be fought by following the COVID protocol. Methods of wearing masks, hand washing etc. will also be described.

An advisory committee of doctors has been formed to control and treat the second wave of Corona virus. The 14-member advisory committee is headed by Professor RK Dhiman, Director, SGPGI. This committee will also advise Team-9 from time to time regarding effective prevention of Kovid-19.

The advisory committee consists of Dr. Vipin Puri, Vice Chancellor of KGMU, Dr. AK Singh, Vice Chancellor of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical University, Director of Lohia Institute, Dr. Rakesh Kapoor, Medical Director of Medanta Hospital, Dr. RK Singh of SGPGI Pulmonary Department, Dr. Alok Nath, KGMU Dr. Ved Prakash, Head of Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care, Dr. Rakesh Gupta, Director of SSPH Greater Noida, Dr. BP Singh of Midland Hospital, Director of BHU, State President of IMA, State Surveillance Officer of Health Department have been nominated as members.

Apart from this, Director General Medical Education and Training has been appointed as the convenor of the committee. In this regard, Principal Secretary Medical Education Alok Kumar has issued the order on Tuesday evening. It may be known that 2 days ago during the review meeting, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had directed that an advisory committee of medical experts should be formed, which would give its opinion regarding effective control from time to time. Team 9 will also make changes in various arrangements based on the opinion of the Committee of Physicians.

Under the public distribution system, essential commodities are being distributed in districts from May 5. Under the National Food Security Act, Antyodaya and eligible household beneficiaries will be given this benefit till 14 May.

According to Commissioner Food and Logistics Manish Chauhan, instructions have been given to all district officers and district supply officers that they should deploy fair rate vendor-wise officers and necessary items should be distributed under their supervision.

Antyodaya card holders will be distributed 35 kg of food grains (20 kg wheat and 15 kg rice) per card. Household card holders will be distributed five kg of food grains (three kg wheat and two kg rice) per unit. The delivery price of wheat has been fixed at two rupees per kg and rice at three rupees per kg.

Additional Commissioner Food and Logistics Anil Kumar Dubey said that under the third phase of the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana, free food grains will be distributed at 05 kg per unit in the second distribution cycle in the month of May, the date of which will be determined separately.

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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 seven o’clock on Thursday morning, but the lockdown has been extended keeping in view the situation. These orders were given by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with Team-9.

Let us tell you that on April 29, the Yogi government had decided to lockdown the state in the evening from eight o’clock on Friday to seven o’clock in the morning on Tuesday and then extend it for two more days on May 3 to seven o’clock on Thursday (May 6). gave. After this, today means on Wednesday, its duration has been extended till seven in the morning on Monday.

Also read: Corona: Lockdown extended till May 10 in UP, know what will be open and closed in 10 points

Along with this, the State Government has given 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 a meeting with officials 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.


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