This State lifts all covid restrictions; new guidelines issued

Dehradun: All corona restrictions imposed on October 18 by the Uttarakhand government have been lifted. Only the Central Guidelines will be mandatory now, and violators will be punished under the Disaster Management Act. In reality, on October 18, the state administration released a standard operating procedure (SOP) imposing covid limitations. It made rtpcr reports required for visitors from other states who attended 50 percent of festivities.

From the 19th to the 20th of November, these covid restrictions were imposed at the same time. Meanwhile, Chief Secretary Dr. SS Sandhu issued an order on Thursday cancelling the corona ban's SOP. None of these rules will exist in the future.

These guidelines follows:- - Masks will be required to be worn in public places, workplaces, and public transportation.

- In public places, keeping a six-foot gap will be required.

- Spitting in public areas will be prohibited.

- Public consumption of pan, gutkha, and tobacco will be outlawed.

In the last 24 hours, 12 new corona infected cases have been found in the same state. Six patients have made a full recovery. There are now 179 active patients getting therapy. While no one has died as a result of the corona. The state's total number of infected is 344074.

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