MHA extended COVID 19 restrictions till November 30
MHA extended COVID 19 restrictions till November 30. On October 28, The Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to extend COVID 19 restrictions till November 30 in order to prevent coronavirus during the festive season and penal action must be taken if necessary. The MHA took this decision after India registered the highest single-day coronavirus cases since October 23. The Union Health Ministry said that in the last 24 hours 16,156 new covid cases and 733 fatalities were reported in India.
Which are the restrictions extended by MHA?
According to the orders, mass gathering should not be allowed in districts with more than a five percent case positivity rate and the areas identified as containment zones.
Gatherings with prior permissions may be allowed in districts with a COVID 19 positivity rate of five percent. Limited people can also be allowed in with prior permission.
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya told that the central government will start a COVID 19 vaccination campaign (Har Ghar Dastak) in poor-performing districts with the aim to achieve full vaccination by the end of November.
Five pillars to manage COVID 19
Test, track, treat, vaccinate, and adhere must be followed to curb coronavirus during the festive season.
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