Night Curfew Lifted in View of Decline in Covid Cases in Uttar Pradesh

On Saturday afternoon, this order was given. The curfew had been in effect from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. until now.
Night Curfew lifted from Uttar Pradesh 

Night Curfew lifted from Uttar Pradesh 

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The night corona curfew in Uttar Pradesh will be lifted starting Saturday. As a result, the restrictions on the opening of shops have been lifted.

On Saturday afternoon, this order was given. The curfew had been in effect from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. until now. As a result, stores and restaurants were closed until 11 a.m. As the number of instances of corona infection in Uttar Pradesh continues to decline, the administration has made a decision.

Rapid reaction teams reduced by half

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Night Curfew lifted from Uttar Pradesh 

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The Health Department has also made plans to reduce the number of Rapid Response Teams by half due to lower infection levels in Lucknow. For this, a letter was addressed to the district administration. As soon as the stamp is applied, the team will be reduced.

The number of new infected people detected in Lucknow every day has surpassed 100. The Health Department has decided to reduce the number of Rapid Response Teams by up to 50% in such a case. Officials said the health department was screening more than 15 to 20 thousand people per day as the number of corona cases grew. The number of RRT teams was increased to 206 as a result of the DM's directives. A letter has now been written to the DM requesting that the teams be cut if the infection graph is low. The number of teams will be decreased to under 100 after obtaining the seal.

There are currently 17 teams in the Red Zone

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Night Curfew lifted from Uttar Pradesh  

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Aliganj, Indiranagar, Gomtinagar, Alambagh, and Chinhat have been placed under the Red Zone, according to officials, due to the constant availability of patients. There are currently 17 crews on the job. They were just four to five in December. From here, too, teams will be reduced. Aliganj, Indiranagar, Gomtinagar, Alambagh, and Chinhat have been placed under the Red Zone, according to officials, due to the constant availability of patients. There are currently 17 crews on the job. They were just four to five in December. From here, too, teams will be reduced.

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