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Wednesday, 25 November 2020

MHA Guidelines for Surveillance, Containment and Caution EFEFCTIVE FROM 1ST DECEMBER

MHA Guidelines for Surveillance, Containment and Caution EFEFCTIVE FROM 1ST DECEMBER.

Corona transition has increased after Diwali. On the other hand, the Union Home Ministry on Wednesday issued new guidelines on containment, surveillance and vigilance. State and Union Territories will have to strictly enforce the rules in the containment zone. The guideline issued by the Union Home Ministry will be in force from December 1 to December 31,2020.

Along with this the Standard of Protocols (SOP) for other activities has been declared. Only necessary activity will be allowed in the containment zone, the home ministry said. It will be the responsibility of the local-district police, and the municipal authority, to strictly follow the rules in the cantonment zone. At the same time, the State and Union Territories will determine the responsibility together with the concerned officials.

A statement from the Home Ministry said the surveillance team would conduct house-to-house surveillance and ensure that corona patients' treatment facilities were quickly secured. The central government has allowed state governments to impose restrictions, including night curfews, at the local level to curb the Korona epidemic.

Only essential item activities are allowed in the containment zone. Local district, police and municipal officials will be responsible for ensuring that the rules of containment measures are strictly followed and the State / UT Government will determine the responsibilities of the officers concerned.

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The new guidelines also ban cinema halls, theaters, swimming pools, etc. The cinema hall will still run with 50 per cent spectators. The spamming pool can only be used by sports persons for training. According to the Home Ministry's guidelines, any type of event, be it religious, social, sports, entertainment or education, cannot involve more than 200 people. Yes, the state government can reduce this number to 100 or less if it wants.

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