Centre, Uddhav govt not to change guidelines face-to-face

Mumbai: The Central Government and the Maharashtra Government  are facing each other over corona rules. In fact, recently, The Chief Secretary of Maharashtra, Debashish, has said that the State will not change its guidelines. In fact, the maharashtra authorities have categorically stated that "the rules issued by the State Government will not be changed now. These changes can be made if it is needed further. Chakraborty, on the other hand, says, "The state government has this power under the Disaster Management and Epidemic Act .

The state government may impose additional rules to prevent the spread of corona virus. Let me tell you all that Debashish, chief secretary of Maharashtra, says, "That is why the state has decided not to change its guidelines on international passengers. An advisory has been issued by the Central Government. There is no obligation on this. ' Let us also tell you that earlier, in view of concerns over the omicron variant of corona virus, the Centre had asked the state government on Wednesday to issue orders as per the SOP issued by the Union Health Ministry following the revised guidelines on the warranty of international passengers by the state government.

On the other hand, under the guidelines issued by the State Disaster Management Authority last Tuesday night, the state government has made institutional quarantine mandatory for passengers coming from endangered countries for seven days. Similarly, passengers will have to undergo RT-PCR check on the second, fourth and seventh days of arrival. In such a case, if found infected with corona, the passenger will be sent to the hospital. However, if the passenger is found to be negative, he will have to stay in the warranty at home for seven days.

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