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COVID19: Home Ministry issued new guidelines to monitor the situation, said- need to maintain vigilance

The central government has retained COVID 19 restrictions for various activities. The central government said on Monday that the number of patients undergoing COVID-19 in the country has been steadily decreasing, but surveillance and vigilance are on the rise in cases of infection worldwide and a new form of the virus in Britain. Need to be maintained.

The Union Home Ministry said in a statement that the Ministry has issued new guidelines in connection with monitoring the status of COVID-19 and these guidelines will remain in effect till 31 January. The Center has asked the states and union territories to keep a strict vigil to prevent the rise of corona cases during the winter season and New Year celebrations. It has also been directed that they should actively cooperate with the central authorities in the preparations for the possible vaccination drive.

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It is necessary to take these steps

The ministry said, “There is a steady decline in new cases of infection and new cases of infection under COVID-19 in the country, but surveillance, prevention and vigilance remain intact in the wake of increasing cases globally and a new type of virus in Britain.” Need to keep. The careful demarcation of the containment zones should be continued, the prescribed measures should be strictly followed to prevent the spread of infection in these areas. Appropriate behavior related to COVID should be promoted and implemented strictly. Also, the standard operating procedure (SOP) suggested in respect of various activities should be followed with utmost seriousness.

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