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Bihar: Bihar government alert on Omicron variant, no entry in government offices without vaccine double dose, shops will not be able to open

The government is already alert about the possible third wave of corona in Bihar and the threat of Omicron variant. And for this the government has issued a new guideline of Corona. According to the new guideline, now there will be no entry in government offices without taking a double dose of the vaccine. Along with this, those who have not taken both the doses of the vaccine, they will not be able to sit in the shop or any other establishment.

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The new Omicron variant of Corona (Omicron Variants) after the entry of the Government of Bihar (Bihar Government) has been alerted. However, no case of this new variant has been found in Bihar so far. Despite this, the government is ready. Before any possibility of third wave, the government has issued a new guideline for vigilance and protection. After which action can now be taken in government offices without taking double doses of the vaccine. Those who have not taken both doses of the vaccine, such people have been banned from entering government offices. The government has implemented this system with immediate effect. Not only this, it has been said that those people who have not taken double dose cannot even run a shop or establishment,

The government has issued a new guideline regarding COVID-19. Many restrictions have been imposed in this. All these restrictions will be effective from December 1 to 15. In the newly issued order, it has been said that only the person who has received the COVID vaccine will be allowed to work in the shop and establishment. All shop operators will have to ensure vaccination of the people working here. And a copy of the proof of vaccination will also have to be kept. So that it can be shown during investigation. Also, masks and sanitizers will have to be arranged at the workplace. At the same time, a distance of two yards is mandatory between customers in shops. To stand here, you have to make a circle. Similarly, those running the coaching institute have also been allowed to keep only the personnel who have taken the vaccine.

Passengers will not be able to travel more than the seat

According to the new guideline in Patna, more passengers will not be able to travel than the seat in the bus. Religious places will remain open but they will have to follow the COVID protocol. Special vigil will be kept on vegetables, fruits and other mandis. Here, if the guidelines of COVID-19 are not followed, then that market will be temporarily closed. And for violating the order, action will be taken under Section 51-60 and Section 188 of the Disaster Management Act 2005.

Gyms, malls and cinema halls will remain open

In the new guideline, cinema halls in Patna will open with the use of 50 percent of the total capacity of the audience. Cinema hall management should ensure that the audience follows social distancing and wears masks. Along with this, clubs, gyms, swimming pools will open with 50 percent attendance of the total capacity. So stadiums and sports complexes will also be opened there, but only vaccinated people can use the facilities here.

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