In COVID-19 instances, all stores except those that sell basics will stay closed on Sunday in Dehradun. The district administration of Dehradun issued a strict order for closure of squares for sanitary purposes on Sundays earlier this week. The Chief Minister’s Office of Uttarakhand. Then explained that the lock-down of the state capital will not take place for a weekend.
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Not confusing the word ‘closure’ with the technological lockdown, he said. With regard to ANI, Ashish Shrivastav, District Magistrate in Dehradun. He said that there have to be restrictions as COVID19 cases rise in the town. The Sunday closure area will continue to be exempt from shops selling vital products. Such as fruit and vegetables and medicine, gas pumps, and LPG. Meanwhile, after detections of 530 fresh cases, the COVID 19 count of Uttarakhand rose to 73,527. While another five were infected.
The Deharadun district reported a maximum of 168 new COVID-19 cases, followed by Nainital (69). Uttarakhand made the test at Jollygrant Airport in Dehradun compulsory for people travelling from Delhi to the government. The change is following the rise in the national capital of Coronavirus. Dehradun Health Department has reportedly agreed to perform compulsory tests on people from Delhi. Apart from Asharodi, at the airport and the railway station.
In addition, the Uttarakhand administration began precautionary action in the wake of the tourist season. When the area is expected to expand by more tourists. In this regard, Dr. RK Dixit, District Monitor Officer, Dehradun, said that extensive movements from Delhi to Uttarakhand, in particular to Dehradun, have been found in the past two weeks. He added that the people from the capital came here primarily for weddings and short vacations, so before they move into the hills or other tourist places, it is important to test them. According to officials of the health department, border testing is now free and will need to be charged in the next few days.