Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath declared today morning that no public gatherings will be permitted till June 30 in the state to contain the spread of deadly coronavirus. This order has been passed keeping in mind the consequences of the congregations like rallies, social functions etc and for public welfare.
Yogi Adityanath came to this conclusion after having a discussion with the Chairpersons of 11 committees who are assigned to manage the COVID-19 outbreak in the state
The Centre today has also asked the shops in the residential areas to resume functioning, though malls, shopping complexes have still not been permitted to do so. Also,the states have been sanctioned to alter these commandments as and when required. Furthermore, these orders are not pertinent in the coronavirus hotspots.
Uttar Pradesh has been announced as one of the red zones in the countey with several hotspots. Thus no relaxation has been provided in the state irrespective of its being a hotspot or non- hotspot area.
The CM has also decided to bring the migrant workers back, in phases though, from those states where they are trapped jobless and homeless due to the continuation of the world’s largest lockdown.
Yogi Adityanath’s government had safely brought back almost 4 lakh workers in 1000 buses and had recently arranged 300 buses for the students stuck in Rajasthan’s Kota- the educational and coaching hub of India.
UP has more than 1600 confirmed coronavirus cases with 25 fatalities. India has surpassed the 24,000 mark of COVID-19 cases and has reported 775 casualties till now.