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Night Curfew Announced In UP From This Day

In view of the increasing threat of new variant Omicron of Corona and the third wave of Kovid-19, due tonight curfew will be imposed in Uttar Pradesh from tomorrow i.e. 25 December. Night curfew will be imposed in UP every day from December 25 from 11 pm to 5 am.

Night curfew announced in UP from this day

Amidst the panic of Corona’s new variant Omicron, the Yogi government has taken a big decision. CM Yogi has announced a night curfew in the state from 25 December. At the same time, 200 people will be allowed with the Kovid protocol in marriage-procession events. On this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given guidelines to the high-level team-09.

“No mask, then no goods” in the markets

In the markets, instructions have been given to make traders aware of the message of “no mask, no goods”. Masks are mandatory for everyone in the streets, markets. Instructions given for tracing-testing of every person coming to the border of UP from any state of the country or abroad. In addition, extra vigilance will be taken at the bus, railway, and airport.

Night curfew from 11 pm to 5 am

In view of the increasing threat of the new variant Omicron of Corona and the third wave of Kovid-19. Because of this, a night curfew will be imposed in Uttar Pradesh from tomorrow i.e. 25th December. Night curfew will be imposed in UP every day from December 25 from 11 pm to 5 am.

Government-issued guidelines regarding night curfew

Along with the announcement of a night curfew, the Uttar Pradesh government has also announced guidelines regarding this. According to the guideline, people will not be allowed to come out of the houses from 11 pm to 5 am. However, emergency services will continue during this period. According to the guideline, the participation of a maximum of 200 people will be allowed with the Kovid protocol in public events like marriages, etc. But the organizer will have to inform the local administration about it.

The number of Omicron cases in the country increased to 358

The cases of Omicron, a new variant of the coronavirus, are increasing continuously in India. And according to the data of the Ministry of Health, so far 358 cases have been reported in the country. The highest number of cases of Omicron reported in Maharashtra, where 88 people have been infected. At the same time, 67 cases of Omicron have been registered in the national capital Delhi. Out of 358 patients infected with Omicron across the country, 114 patients have recovered.

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