Government:Night curfew imposed in Uttar Pradesh from December 25

Government: Night curfew imposed in Uttar Pradesh from December 25

The detection of the heavily mutated Omicron variant of Covid-19 has raised concerns. According to Health Ministry data, India has recorded 358 Omicrom cases of which 114 have recovered. In Uttar Pradesh, two cases of Omicron were detected. Both the patients have recovered now. The new headings have given in the midst of elevated checking because of the rising number of Omicron cases in the country.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath chaired a high-level meeting and directed the officials to ensure. Those people arriving in Uttar Pradesh from other states or abroad are traced and tested for coronavirus, and extra vigilance is maintained on buses, railway stations, and airports. He asked for a close watch to keep. On the health of those coming from outside the state after testing them, and if required.

They should admit to hospitals or quarantined, the senior official said. Masks should made mandatory for everyone on the streets or in the markets. Police should carry out continuous patrols to ensure the guidelines followed, an order issued by the government said. Remarkably, a few states have as of now forced severe limitations following rising instances of Omicron.


As per the Union Health Ministry information, there are 358 instances of Omicron across 17 states and association regions of which 114 have either recuperated or relocated. Maharashtra has recorded the biggest number of 88 instances of the Omicron variation. Trailed by Delhi with 67, Telangana 38, Tamil Nadu 34, Karnataka 31, and Gujarat 30. In Noida, the Police Commissionerate of Gautam Buddh Nagar district has announced to impose Section 144 till December 31. The restrictions have imposed to keep a check on the spread of Covid and maintain the law and order situation.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday had reviewed the COVID-19 situation while stressing the need to be vigilant and cautious.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *