Which industry to run in UP amidst lockdown? CM Yogi has instructed senior officers of all the districts to chalk out a concrete action plan on how the corona (COVID-19) hotspot will be tested.
Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (CM Yogi Adityanath) has taken a big decision not to give relaxation in lockdown. On Sunday, UP’s Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Kumar Awasthi said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed to strictly follow the second phase of lockdown. CM Yogi has also given necessary instructions after reviewing the concession to be given in lockdown from April 20. Additional Chief Secretary, Home said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed the Principal Secretary Health that those districts which have more than 10 cases of Corona positive, should not be included in the concession from April 20.
According to the instructions of CM Yogi, according to the central government’s guideline in 56 districts of UP, discounts and facilities will be given from tomorrow. At the same time, due to the presence of more than 10 cases of corona virus in 19 districts, the decision to waive lockdown has been left to the District Magistrates.
Also which industry to run? How will the hotspot be tested? How will the hotspot’s buffer zone be marked? CM Yogi has instructed senior officers of all the districts to prepare a concrete action plan. Additional Chief Secretary, Home told that CM Yogi has congratulated those who gave financial assistance in Uttar Pradesh Corona Kovid Fund, as well as appealed to cooperate in Kovid Care Fund. He informed that more than 204 crore has been collected in this fund so far.
1084 cases so far in UP, 17 deaths due to corona
Principal Secretary Health Amit Mohan Prasad said that 959 cases have been reported so far in the state. After treatment, 108 patients out of 959 have recovered completely and have been sent home. 49 districts of the state are affected by Corona. He said that 17 people have died in the state so far from Corona. He told that 1050 people have been kept in isolation, while 10,234 people have been kept in medical quarantine.