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In Haryana, the government has swung into action due to the growing call of the new variant of Corona, Omicron. The government has issued orders to restrict the movement of people in the state from 11 am to 5 am. Haryana is the third state after MP and UP to impose night curfew. However, the night curfew in UP is to be implemented from January 1.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that in view of the possibility of increasing cases of Omicron in the state, several steps have been taken for the safety of the people from January 1, 2022. This includes mandating both doses of vaccination for entry in institutions related to the public sector, restricting the movement of people from 11 am to 5 am with gatherings of more than 200 people in public places and other events. Is.
The Chief Minister was presiding over the Covid review meeting on Friday. He said that to stop the growing influence of Omicron, it is necessary that people should be made more and more aware. More attention should be paid to vaccination. Everyone should take their doses of both vaccinations.
The Health Department should complete all its preparations to deal with Kovid cases. Wherever necessary, necessary arrangements should be ensured. The Chief Minister said that on December 23, more than one lakh people got the second dose of corona vaccine due to the orders prohibiting public places. Apart from this, 30-32 thousand patients are being tested daily by the department and those found positive are being sent for complete gene sequencing.
Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, Health Minister Anil Vij, Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister D.S. Dhesi, Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management Department, P.K. Das, Additional Chief Secretary, Education Department Dr. Mahaveer Singh, Principal Secretary Medical Education and Research G. Anupama, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Dr. Amit Agarwal and many officers of the Health Department participated.