Home Ministry released Corona new guideline will be applicable from December 1 know what are rules

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Coronavirus New Guidelines: Coronavirus cases are increasing once again in the country. Due to this, the State Governments including the Central Government have come into action. While state governments have imposed night curfew with the imposition of Section 144 in their cities, today the Union Home Ministry has issued a fresh guideline regarding Corona. The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued new guidelines for surveillance, control and precautions related to corona virus. It will be mandatory for states / UTs to take stringent measures to prevent infection, issue SOPs on various activities and control crowd. Under the new guidelines, only necessary activities are allowed in the Containment Zone. Local district, police and municipal officials will be responsible for ensuring that the prescribed containment measures are strictly followed. The State / UT Governments will ensure the accountability of the officials concerned. The new home ministry guidelines will be effective from December 1 to December 31. The Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday released new guidelines for the survey, prevention and caution of coronovirus disease in the wake of increasing cases of infection in the country. The new set of guidelines will be effective from December 1, 2020. The ministry asked the state and UTs to take all necessary measures to promote COVID-19 appropriate behavior, including strict enforcement of wearing face masks, hand hygiene and social disturbances.

It asked states to consider administrative functions, including imposing appropriate penalties on individuals not wearing face masks in public and work sites. “Observation of social disturbances in crowded places, especially markets, weekly markets and public transport is also important to prevent the spread of infection. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare will issue an SOP to regulate congestion at market places, which will be strictly enforced for the states and union territories. The ministry said that only essential activities will be allowed in the container zone.

Know full guidelines in detail here

– States / UTs are mandated to have strict prevention measures, SOPs on various activities and appropriate behavior and precautions and to control congestion.

– The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued an order today with guidelines for monitoring, containers and precautions, which will be effective from December 1, 2020 and will remain in force till 31.12.2020.

– The main focus of the guidelines is to consolidate the substantial gains achieved against the spread of COVID-19 which is reflected in the steady decline in the number of active cases in the country.

– In addition, in view of the recent spike in new cases in some states / UTs, in the festive season and the beginning of winter, it is emphasized that in order to completely overcome the epidemic, maintain caution. And there is a need to strictly follow the prescribed deterrence strategy.

– Focused on monitoring, control and strict supervision of guidelines / SOPs issued by MHA and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW). District, police and municipal officials will be responsible for ensuring that the prescribed amendment measures are strictly followed. UTs may, based on their assessment of the situation, impose local restrictions, with a view to include the proliferation of COVID-19.

Monitoring and control

State / UT officials to ensure careful demotionoff zone by district authorities, at micro level, keeping in mind the guidelines laid down by MoHFW in this regard. The list of container zones will be notified on the websites by the respective District Collectors and the States / UTs. This list will also be shared with MoHFW.

Within delimited containers, preventive measures prescribed by MoHFW will be examined, including:

– Only necessary activities will be allowed in the container zone.

– There will be strict perimeter control to ensure that there is no movement of people in or outside these areas to maintain medical emergencies and supply of essential goods and services.

Intensive house-to-house monitoring will be done by monitoring teams formed for this purpose.

– Testing will be done as per prescribed protocol.

The contact list will be found positive with respect to all individuals, including their tracking, identification, quarantine and follow up of contacts for 14 days (80 percent of contacts will be detected in 72 hours).

Quick isolation of COVID-19 patients will be ensured in treatment facilities / homes (subject to meeting home isolation guidelines).

Clinical intervention, as prescribed, will be administered.

Surveillance for ILI / SARI cases will be done through health facilities or outreach mobile units or fever clinics in buffer zones.

Awareness will be created in communities on COVID-19 fair practice.

– The local district, police and municipal authorities will be responsible for ensuring that the prescribed container measures are strictly followed and the State / UT Governments ensure the accountability of the officials concerned in this regard.

COVID-appropriate behavior

– States / UT Governments will take all necessary measures to promote the proper practice of COVID-19 and to ensure strict enforcement of face masks, hand hygiene and social distinctions.

To enforce the main requirement of wearing a face mask, states and union territories may consider administrative functions, ranging from imposing appropriate fines, to action on persons not wearing face masks in public and work sites.

– For observing social disturbances in crowded places, especially markets, weekly markets and public transport, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) will issue a SOP, which will be strictly enforced by the States and Union Territories.

– National directives for COVID-19 management will be followed throughout the country, so that COVID-19 appropriate behavior can be implemented.

Strict adherence to prescribed SOP

All activities outside container activities are permitted, except for the following, which are permitted with some restrictions:

International air travel of passengers, as permitted by MHA.

Cinema halls and theaters with capacity up to 50 percent.

Swimming pool, for training of sports persons only.

Exhibition hall, for business-to-business (B2B) purposes only.

Social / religious / sports / entertainment / educational / cultural / religious gathering, maximum 50 percent of the capacity of the hall, with a ceiling of 200 persons in closed spaces; And in open spaces, taking into consideration the size of the field / location.

However, based on their assessment of the situation, states / UTs may reduce the ceiling to 100 persons or less in closed spaces.

For the information of all, the Guidelines attach a list of 19 SOPs to regulate the activities issued from time to time which p.

Local district, police and municipal corporation officials will be responsible for ensuring that the prescribed container measures are strictly followed and the state or union government will ensure the accountability of the officials concerned. “There will be strict perimeter control to ensure that there is no movement of people in or outside these areas to maintain the supply of essential goods and services in the medical field,” the statement said. The ministry said that in-house survey will be conducted by the survey team formed for the purpose. The test will be done according to the method used.

The guidelines state that container zones will be carefully demarcated by the district authorities at the micro level, keeping in mind the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The ministry said that states and union territories, based on an assessment of their status, may impose local restrictions such as nighttime curfews, including the spread of coronoviruses. However, without prior consultation with the state government, lockdowns cannot be imposed outside the control area.

Posted By: Navodit saktawat

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