As a result of surge in variety of COVID-19 circumstances in Gurugram, the district administration on Monday (April 5) determined to take efficient measures to regulate the state of affairs. Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Gurugram Dr Yash Garg convened a gathering with the law enforcement officials and district well being officers and gave obligatory instructions to them.
He informed the officers to make sure that prior permission is taken earlier than holding any programme or gathering, as overcrowding will result in a surge within the variety of Covid circumstances.
Garg stated that in accordance with the directions of the state authorities, it’s obligatory to make sure the Normal Working Procedures (SOPs) are adopted whereas holding any programme. He stated that in accordance with the brand new directions, no more than 50 per cent of the full capability can be allowed to collect in indoor halls, with 200 because the higher restrict. Equally, in an open space, no more than 500 individuals can be allowed to collect, whereas the variety of attendees at funerals has been capped at 50.
Garg additionally added that it will be the accountability of the managers and house owners of occasion venues resembling marriage palaces, golf equipment, farm homes and many others. to provide details about the occasions to the closest police station.
On the assembly, Virender Yadav, the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Gurugram, knowledgeable that the take a look at positivity fee within the district has come all the way down to 7.eight per cent, whereas three lakh individuals have been examined within the district within the final three months.
In accordance with the official day by day well being bulletin, Gurugram on Monday reported 581 new Covid-19 circumstances, taking its general tally to 65,534. One particular person succumbed to the virus within the final 24 hours, taking the district’s Covid loss of life toll to 368.
The district presently has three,168 lively circumstances, whereas a complete of 61,998 have been cured and discharged from totally different hospitals, together with 384 on Monday.