Uttarakhand News: Uttarakhand government did not relaxation, extended Covid curfew till August 10, know guidelines

Covid Curfew in Uttarakhand: Despite the decrease in the cases of corona infection in Uttarakhand, the government has not given any laxity. The state government has extended the Covid curfew till August 10.

In the order issued by Chief Secretary Dr. Sukhbir Singh Sandhu late on Monday night, it has been said that the Covid curfew will be effective till 6 am on August 10. During this all the previous concessions have been continued. Government and private schools open across the state from Monday have been asked to ensure strict adherence to the Standard Practice Method (SOP) issued by the Education Department.

Similarly, for the opening of ITIs, polytechnics, colleges, medical and engineering colleges and universities in the state, the concerned department will issue a separate SOP with the provisions of the Covid protocol. In view of the weekend crowd in all the tourist places of the state, the district administration has been asked to ensure Covid-compliant behavior from the tourists and take strict action against the violation.

Covid negative report required
Apart from this, the requirement of RTPCR test report has been done away with for people coming from outside states who have been more than 15 days after getting both the doses of anti-Covid vaccine. For others, there will be an obligation to bring the corona free test report 72 hours before. The system of getting people coming to Uttarakhand registered on the e-portal has also been continued.

Apart from this, people traveling between Garhwal and Kumaon regions of the state via Uttar Pradesh will also have to get themselves registered before the journey. Migrants coming to their native village will necessarily have to stay in segregation for seven days in the segregation centers set up in the village.

Government offices will open with 100% capacity
Gyms, shopping malls, cinema halls, spas, salons, swimming pools, amusement parks, theaters and auditoriums will open with 50 percent capacity in the state. Central and state government offices will open in the state with 100 percent capacity. Private sector offices will also be able to open at full capacity, but they will encourage their employees to work from home.

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