Due to Corona infection, the Rajasthan government decided once again to keep classrooms in Anganwadi centers and schools until the fifth grade until March 31.
Important decisions were made at a high-level review meeting of the COVID-19 pandemic situation held at CM headquarters on Friday, chaired by Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot.
Hereby, like those coming from Rajasthan from Kerala and Maharashtra, it will now be mandatory for those coming into the state from Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat to show a negative RTPCR test for Coronavirus 72 hours before. This decision was taken to increase the incidence of corona again in the neighboring countries.
Ashok Jahlut said at the meeting that it is necessary to take all precautionary measures to prevent infection from this epidemic. Residents should follow hygienic protocols such as frequently wearing masks recommended by medical professionals, setting appropriate distances, and washing hands frequently.
He directed the Department of Self-Government, Information Management and Public Relations to accelerate the awareness campaign again and cooperate with other departments including the police. He said that the battle that Corona won should not be defeated, so all precautions must be followed.