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Telangana provincial government bans public meetings, masses and rallies

Hyderabad: With the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus, the Telangana government ordered on Saturday to “strictly ban” all kinds of rallies, including rallies, public conferences, religious, political and cultural events. And the spread of the virus.

Managers of public transport, stores, malls, facilities, offices, etc. also have to wear masks, maintain physical distance, maintain frequent hygiene of facilities, provide hand hygiene, and at the entrance with IR thermometer / heat scanner. You are instructed to ensure your screening.

Similarly, school and institutional managers are required to ensure that all staff and students wear masks and follow the proper behavior of COVID-19. The government said in a press release that a government order to impose a fine of Rs 1000 for people not wearing masks in public places would be strictly enforced.

Everyone is required to follow the proper behavior of COVID-19. Elderly people and people with comorbidities are also particularly advised to take precautions against the virus. The decision was made under the direction of Prime Minister Telangana K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR). Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar and other senior officials gathered to confirm the general status of COVID-19 in the state.

“During the meeting, it was pointed out that the number of cases of Omicron and COVID-19 is increasing in other states and countries in India, so it is important to take maximum precautions and take appropriate precautions. I felt it needed to be done, to prevent further spread, “the release added.

Telangana Police Commissioner Mahender Lady, Secretary (Education) Sandeep Kumar Sultania, Secretary (Health and Family Welfare) Lizbi, Public Health Director Srinivas Lao and others attended the meeting.

As of Saturday (last 24 hours), 317 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in Telangana, bringing the state’s total to 6,82,215 since the pandemic began. According to the latest number of state governments, three more Omicron cases have been detected, bringing the total number of mutant cases to eight.

https://www.siasat.com/covid-19-telangana-govt-bans-public-meetings-mass-gatherings-2251411/ Telangana provincial government bans public meetings, masses and rallies

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