There will be no lockdown-weekend curfew in Rajasthan

Gehlot said - this time the corona is less deadly, there is no thought of strictness at the moment, people should be careful Amidst increasing cases of corona in Rajasthan, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has categorically refused to impose lockdown. Gehlot has also denied weekend curfew for the time being. On the question of lockdown, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said – In Rajasthan, the government is not considering lockdown right now. People take precautions and take it seriously.

Gehlot said- We want people to follow the Kovid protocol. Maintain social distance, sanitize hands, apply mask and get both doses of vaccine. This is very important. There is not a single serious among the people who are getting admitted in the hospitals.

This is because most people are vaccinated. Everyone needs to be vaccinated. Gehlot said – There is a difference between the first, second wave of corona and now. It is less lethal. Omicron is coming to many countries, but there isn't as much outcry as last time. The concern is that experts are saying that when it spreads rapidly, many mutants form a new variant in it. In such a situation it becomes most dangerous. It has spread to 125 countries but deaths are negligible.

CM and many ministers of the government have said that the lockdown has a bad effect on employment and business. It is important that people take precautions so that the lockdown does not happen. The first lockdown was denied even in the second wave of Corona Even at the time of the start of the second wave of Corona, CM Ashok Gehlot had publicly said that the government would not impose a lockdown.

After this statement of CM, when the cases of Corona started increasing, the government imposed a lockdown. The new restrictions of Corona in Rajasthan are being implemented from tomorrow on 7 January. In this guideline, there is a provision for strict compliance of night curfew from 11 pm to 5 am.

Schools up to class 8 are closed in the urban areas of Jaipur and Jodhpur till January 17. According to the new guideline, there is a ban on traveling in buses standing. There is a ban on worship materials and offerings in religious centers.

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