The UP government has announced some relaxation in the night corona curfew. (symbolic photo)
UP News: With the Kovid protocol, the restaurant can be opened with 50 percent capacity. At the same time, permission will also be given to operate parks, street food etc. It will be mandatory to set up Kovid Help Desk at all these places.
Lucknow. Kovid infection is decreasing in Uttar Pradesh. In view of this, the Yogi Government has announced to give more relaxation in the Night Curfew from the coming Monday, June 21. CM Yogi Adityanath has directed that the night time corona curfew will be effective from 9 pm to 7 am the next day. Apart from this, restaurants can be opened with 50 percent capacity with Kovid protocol. At the same time, permission will also be given to operate parks, street food etc. It will be mandatory to set up Kovid Help Desk at all these places. CM has directed that detailed guidelines should be issued regarding the new system.
Meanwhile, State’s Additional Chief Secretary Health Amit Mohan Prasad said that 339 corona positives were found in the last 24 hours. In the last 24 hours, 1116 infected were discharged in the state. There are 8 thousand 111 cases of active infection in the state, out of which 4 thousand 849 are in infected home isolation. 74 people have died in the state. The recovery rate has gone up to 98.2 percent.
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The UP government has announced relaxation in the night curfew.
He informed that 2 lakh 57 thousand 441 samples were tested in the state in the last 24 hours, out of which 1 lakh 31 thousand 650 are RTPCR. 5 crore tests have been done in the state. The positivity rate in the state is 3.1 percent since the beginning, the positivity rate for the last 24 hours was 0.2 percent, in June the positivity rate was 0.3 percent. So far, a total of 2 crore 29 lakh 56 thousand 10 doses of vaccine have been given in the state. A special vaccination campaign has started from today, people who come in contact with more people will be given the vaccine. The vaccine is effective and safe, so be sure to get vaccinated.