Assam government withdraws all COVID-19 curbs, SOP to be issued

As the COVID situation improves, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Sunday, February 13th, that all government restrictions placed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak will be lifted starting Tuesday, February 15th.

The state government will shortly establish a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in this respect. It has been confirmed that the SOPs will be released today, February 14th. Restrictions in the transport industry, such as the necessary covid test in airports and railroads, would be lifted as well.The required covid testing process in hospitals will be phased down, as will the night curfew. According to CM Sarma, the restriction would also be lifted for social religious meetings.

In a recent tweet, the chief minister claimed that the state government of Assam will lift all covid prohibitions in airports, trains, and hospitals from February 15th. On Monday, February 14th, he announced that a complete notification on the curb withdrawal will be provided.

After a continuous drop of regular COVID-19 positive cases in the state, the decision was made. According to a bulletin provided by the National Health Mission (NHM), Assam reported 172 new positive cases on Saturday, February 12th, which is 95 less than the number of COVID-19 cases recorded on Friday, February 11th. As of Saturday, there were 172 instances, bringing the total to 7,23,416. According to sources, Assam had 79 new cases on Sunday, February 13th, and the death toll had dropped to four. Meanwhile, the state's recovery rate is 98.56 percent, with a percentage of positive of 0.83 percent. It should be noted that the number of covid positive cases is decreasing across the country.

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