Lucknow: The entire lockdown in Uttar Pradesh is yet to be decided by the government, but slowly steps are seen to be moving in the same direction to break the Corona transition chain. Uttar Pradesh’s Yogi Adityanath has extended the lockdown for a week after not taking any threat, given the fast-spreading infection in the villages after the panchayat elections and the festival of Eid on 14 May. On April 29, the weekly bandh of Saturday-Sunday began, then it was extended to May 4, May 6 and then May 10, ie Monday. Now the Yogi government has again extended the Corona curfew till 17 am on May 17. This is the fifth time the Corona curfew has been extended. In this regard, a government order has been issued by Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Kumar Awasthi.
In a review meeting with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Team, -9 decided to pursue the lockdown. The corona curfew has been extended once again till May 17 at seven in the morning to break the chain of corona infection. During this time all restrictions will remain in force as before. Essential services will continue to be exempted. Strict action will be taken against those who roam unnecessarily. CM Yogi Adityanath has said that the purpose of the corona curfew will be successful only if the protocol is strictly implemented.
Corona curfew is effective in breaking the corona chain: UP’s Additional Chief Secretary Information Navneet Sehgal on Sunday said that the partial corona curfew has been extended till May 17. He said that partial corona curfew is being effective in breaking the chain of corona infection. The people themselves are reducing traffic. During this time there will be a complete exemption for health-related works. Industrial activities, work-related to e-commerce will continue to go on. Ration distribution and vaccination will be smooth. Only doorstep delivery arrangements will be supplied in the Containment Zone.
E-pass exemption in Corona curfew: The government has made arrangements for issuing e-passes to supply essential goods and services during the Corona curfew. In this regard, a government order has been issued by Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Kumar Awasthi. It states that industrial activities, supply of medical-essential services and goods, transportation of essential commodities, presence in medical, health and industrial units, industry-related work, e-commerce operations, persons with emergencies, telecommunications services, postal E-passes will be issued to individuals associated with the service, print and electronic media and internet media.
How to increase restrictions
April 16: Saturday night from eight in the morning until seven in the morning, that is, Sunday’s weekly detention
April 20: Friday night eight to Monday morning seven o’clock, that is, Saturday and Sunday weekly detention
April 29: Friday night from eight to Tuesday morning at seven in the morning i.e. Saturday, Sunday and Monday weekly detention
03 May: Corona curfew extended to 6 May
May 05: Extension of Corona curfew to May 10
09 May: Corona curfew now extended to 17 May.
Such is the state of infection
Date: New cases: Total active patients: Death in 24 hours
16 April: 27426: 150676: 103
20 April: 29754: 223544: 163
29 April: 35156: 309237: 298
03 May: 29192: 285832: 288
05 May: 31165: 262474: 357
09 May: 23333: 233981: 296
33% of the employees will remain in government offices
In view of the transition to Corona, the state government has implemented the accommodation of only 33 per cent of the employees in government offices at one time. Along with this, facilities for unwell workers have been given the facility to work from home. Now it has been arranged that 50 per cent of the personnel will be present in the office in relation to the sanctioned manpower, but at one time their presence will be up to 33 per cent of the sanctioned manpower. The remaining 50 per cent will work from home. Under the new system, unwell workers will also be able to work from home. Earlier, the government had approved physically handicapped personnel and pregnant women employees to work from home.