Rajasthan weekend curfew ends, other exemptions also apply
Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot reviewed the status of Covid infection through video conference at the Chief Minister’s residence. The Home Department has issued a new guideline after his instructions regarding the reduction in infection in the country and the world and relaxation in educational and other activities as per the advice of experts.
Rajasthan CM said that due to the closure of schools due to Covid, the mental and physical development of children is being affected. In such a situation, in schools in urban areas, from February 1 to class 10 to 12 and from February 10 to class 6 to 9, starting educational activities, ending weekend curfew, opening of commercial establishments till 10 pm and other restrictions are to be relaxed. decision has been taken.
He said that vaccination has helped in reducing the impact of this dreaded disease. By running a campaign in Rajasthan also, we are moving towards 100% vaccination. Everyone should apply both the doses of the vaccine as necessary and continue to follow the Covid protocol.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that due to the circumstances of Covid, all areas have been adversely affected. It is our endeavor that with the reduction in infection, gradually move towards normalcy so that along with survival, livelihood can also run smoothly and development works can be accelerated.
Medical and Health Minister Parsadi Lal Meena said that 95 percent people in the state have been given the first dose and 80 percent people have been given second dose.
Minister of State for Home Shri Rajendra Singh Yadav said that the scope of exemption can be increased further according to the reduction in infection.
Minister of State for Ayurveda Subhash Garg said that the Department of AYUSH is continuously distributing the decoction. To increase immunity, a plan is being made to distribute immunity boosters in girls’ schools.
Additional Chief Secretary Home Abhay Kumar said that the Central Government has extended the guidelines issued earlier till February 28.
He clarified this regarding various fairs, festivals and other events in the state in the month of January and February.
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot said that there is a need to take full vigilance and caution while ensuring compliance of the Corona guidelines issued by the State Government. In this way, there was no situation of increase in infection. He said that the new guideline will be effective from January 31, 2022.