Unlock-2: School in UP closed till 31 July, curfew in Meerut division from 8 am to 6 am – Unlock-2: School closed till 31 July in UP, curfew in Meerut division from 8 am to 6 am


All schools, colleges, educational training, coaching institutes etc. in the state will remain closed till July 31 (symbolic photo)


The Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh issued a directive for 'Unlock-2' from July 1, saying that all schools, colleges, educational training, coaching institutes etc. in the state will remain closed till July 31. Apart from this, all the cinema halls, gyms, swimming pools, amusement parks, theaters, bars and auditorium etc. will also be closed. Chief Secretary Rajendra Tiwari issued guidelines in the state for 'Unlock-2' on Tuesday evening. He said that apart from Meerut division, movement of any person or vehicle etc. will be banned from 10 am to 5 am in the entire state. The nocturnal curfew will remain in force in Meerut division from 8 am to 6 am till 10 July. He said that the lockdown in the prohibited area will remain in force till July 31 and only such urgent activities will be allowed in such areas. Tiwari said that there will be no restriction on the transportation of persons and goods / goods etc. inside the state and interstate outside the prohibited area. This includes allowing cross-border transportation in accordance with the terms of treaties made from neighboring countries related to goods transportation.

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He said that for Gautam Budh Nagar and Ghaziabad districts which fall in the 'National Capital Region (NCR), in consultation with the district administration, police administration and health department, district level officials can separately ban traffic at the local level. Earlier, the Chief Minister of the state, Yogi Adityanath, on Tuesday gave instructions to conduct various activities in the onlock-2 system as per the guidelines of the Government of India and said that while studying the provisions of the central government, the unlocked-2 system with complete preparation To be implemented. The Chief Minister was reviewing the unlocked system at a high-level meeting convened at his government residence here. He said that the treatment of corona infection is prevention, so it is necessary to take full caution and vigilance at every level to break the link of infection of Kovid-19. Avoid unnecessary traffic as much as possible.

He directed to continue the work of publicity campaign aimed at making people aware of Kovid-19 and said that for this, awareness should be spread through radio, TV as well as banners, posters etc. Yogi said that efforts should be continued to increase the investigation capacity. Increase the number of beds in Kovid hospitals. The availability of infrared thermometer and pulse oximeter should be ensured in the Kovid support booth. Masks, gloves and sanitizers should be provided to the personnel working at the aid booth. The Chief Minister said that by communicating with the families of the patients admitted in Kovid hospitals, they should be regularly informed about the health status of the patient. He also directed to pay special attention to the premises cleanliness of all the hospitals and to ensure adequate availability of wheel chairs and stretchers in the hospitals.

The Chief Minister said that the communicable disease control campaign is starting from July 1, 2020. Sanitation has a major role in controlling communicable diseases as well as Kovid-19. In view of this, he instructed to conduct a cleanliness campaign on mission mode in rural and urban areas. He also instructed that during communicable disease control campaign, care should also be taken that people should use mask or face cover compulsorily and follow social distance.

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