New Delhi: As the spread of the omega-3 virus continues, states and union territories are being urged to bring in district-level controls, if necessary, to control the spread of the disease. Federal Ministry of Home Affairs Has ordered.
The impact of omega in India is slowly increasing. So far in a total of 19 states, 578 people have been affected by the omega-3 infection.
A maximum of 141 people in Maharashtra, followed by 142 in Delhi, have been affected by omega. 41 were affected in Telangana, 34 in Tamil Nadu, 31 in Karnataka, 49 in Gujarat, 57 in Kerala and 43 in Rajasthan.
So far, eight states have re-enacted night curfews to prevent the spread of omega.
In this context, the Secretary of the Union Home Ministry Ajay Palla issued a circular today, National Disaster Management Act It has been extended till January 31, 2022.
“Corona virus and omega virus are spreading in different states. Corona distribution, Omicron virus State governments can decide to control the spread by examining the environment and imposing restrictions at the local or district level, if necessary.
The next festive season is New Year, Pongal and Capricorn. States as this may increase the spread of infection Restrictions Decide on imposition.
All States and Union Territories must be extremely vigilant and vigilant. Be vigilant at all levels and be prepared, not to compromise on any precautionary or preventive measures, nor to relax or restrict controls.
Localities should study the corona distribution and omega distribution at the district level and take appropriate control measures. Restrictions may be imposed if necessary to control crowds during the festive season.
In the country until January 31, 2022 Disaster Management Act Violators of the law may be prosecuted under section 51 60, as is the practice. It is mandatory to wear a mask in public places and spitting in public places is prohibited. Social exclusion must be observed everywhere. We need to encourage people to work from home. ”
Thus it is stated