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Taking an important decision, amidst increasing cases of corona virus in the country, the Chandigarh Administration has once again made it mandatory to apply face masks. Failure to do so will result in a fine of Rs 500.
Chandigarh Administration (Chandigarh Administration) amidst increasing cases of corona virus in the countryChandigarh AdministrationTaking an important decision, once again it has been made mandatory to apply face mask. Failure to do so will result in a fine of Rs 500. The Chandigarh Administration had earlier on 5 April introduced masks (masks) in public places after the decline in corona cases.Mask) had removed all the restrictions related to wearing and corona, but due to the sudden increase in cases, he has withdrawn the relaxation given. The administration declared Corona a week ago (covid-19) and asked people to wear masks regularly.
He had advised his residents to wear face masks in crowded places and follow the COVID-19 protocols while traveling in public transport, cinema halls, shopping malls and departmental stores, classrooms and indoor gatherings. Let us inform that after removing all the restrictions related to Corona, not only Chandigarh, but other states are also in the process of re-implementation. There are many districts of Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in these states.
Wearing of masks is necessary in these states too
The Haryana government on Monday made it mandatory to wear masks in the four districts of the state that come under the National Capital Region. It includes the names of Gurugram, Faridabad, Sonipat and Jhajjar. At the same time, in view of the increasing cases of COVID infection, wearing masks in public places has again been made mandatory in seven districts including Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. Apart from Lucknow, these include Gautam Budh Nagar, Ghaziabad, Hapur, Meerut, Bulandshahr and Baghpat.
Dr Shetty also advised wearing a mask
Amid apprehensions over the fourth wave of COVID-19 in the country, eminent heart surgeon Dr Devi Prasad Shetty on Monday said there is no need to panic or panic and the focus should be on how many people are being hospitalised. , not the infection rate. Dr Shetty advised people to wear masks and keep distance from each other. He said, ‘The third wave was not serious, so there is no need to panic or panic. We should see how many patients are getting admitted in the hospital. There is no point in getting one lakh or 50 thousand people infected.
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