UP government plans to make the Covid curbs more easier in the state, as the cases dip in Uttar Pradesh. On Sunday, for the first time since the second wave hit the country, Uttar Pradesh witnessed less than 500 cases.
The reports indicate that a high-level meeting presided over by CM Yogi Adityanath decided to make the restrictions more easy. The Yogi Govt is readily available here:
The curfew timing of the night shall be changed from 7 p.m. to 7 am at 9 p.m. Fifty percent of the capacity of restaurants and malls is also allowed From June 21 on, parks and kiosks will probably open. The state government said that detailed guidelines will be published soon.
It should be noted that no official directives have yet been issued by the government. The state showed a steep fall in the number of active cases of Covid as it has decreased by a remarkable 97.10%, from a high of 3,10,783 in April to 8,986.
Condition of COVID in Uttar: What could be called a big help for the people of Uttar Pradesh, particularly after an unprecedented spike in the cases of COVID. Covid-19 in Uttar Pradesh has decreased to 0,3% in the month of June, from its peak at around 18% in April to 0,3%.
In fact, in all 75 districts, the positive rate decreased below 1%. Amit Mohan Prasad, Chief Secretary of Health, said that the rate of positive outcomes was still less than 1% in all districts in June as a key indicator of a pandemic situation.
The CPR is 0.3 percent for the entire country, demonstrating the lowest level of Pandemics.”
The decrease also reflects the number of cases per day as only 339 new patients in the last 24 hours were reported in UP. The lowest figure since 18 March was reported in 321 cases.