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    MHA issues new COVID-19 guidelines from December 1: What is permitted and what is not?

    Amid the rising coronavirus COVID-19 cases in the country, the Union Home Ministry on Wednesday (November 25) issued new guidelines with regard to the surveillance, containment and caution in order to curb the spread of the deadly virus. The guidelines will be effective from December 1. As per the new guidelines, the states and UTs can impose local...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    LIVE COVID-19 Live Updates: Cases in India surge to 92,66,705 while death toll reaches 1,35,223

    Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India enters Unlock 6.0, but the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) says the 5.0 guidelines issued last month would remain in force till 30 November. Last month the entre had given a go-ahead to cinema halls, multiplexes, exhibition halls and entertainment parks under certain restrictions. Meanwhile, the number of confirmed...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    Unlock 7.0: New Guidelines For December.

    Achievers News Bureau: (25/11):–  While issuing a set of guidelines for Unlock 7.0, the Home Ministry on Wednesday suggested stricter enforcement of containment zones, contact tracing and encouraging ‘COVID-appropriate’ behaviour. The states have been asked to step up measures to contain infections especially in areas where a spike has been reported in recent weeks. No restriction on Inter–State...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    MHA Issues New Coronavirus Guidelines , "COVID Appropriate Behaviour" Rules For States

    MHA Issues New Coronavirus Guidelines, "COVID Appropriate Behaviour" Rules For States New Delhi: The central government on Wednesday asked every state to step up effective measures to reduce coronavirus cases especially in areas where growth in cases has been reported in recent weeks. Now the government has issued a set of guidelines that will...

    • 24 hrs ago
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    MHA issues new guidelines for surveillance, containment, caution in wake of surge in COVID cases

    New Delhi (2 Min Read): The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Wednesday issued new guidelines for surveillance, containment and caution in the wake of surge in coronavirus cases in few states and Union Territories (UTs), allowing them to impose local restrictions to contain the spread of the pandemic based on need. The month-long guidelines...

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    Unlock 7.0: Focus On Containment & 'COVID-Appropriate' Behaviour In New Guidelines For Dec

    New Delhi: While issuing a set of guidelines for Unlock 7.0, the Home Ministry on Wednesday suggested stricter enforcement of containment zones, contact tracing and encouraging 'COVID-appropriate' behaviour. The states have been asked to step up measures to contain infections especially in areas where a spike has been reported in recent weeks. ...

    • yesterday
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    MHA issues new Guidelines effective from 1 Dec; Here is what's allowed

    Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday issued new guidelines for surveillance, control and caution. Accordingly, it will be mandatory for states / UTs to take stringent measures to prevent infection. New Delhi: Amid growing cases of corona infection, the Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday issued new guidelines for surveillance, control and caution. Accordingly, it will be...

    • yesterday
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    Coronavirus in India: MHA issues fresh COVID-19 guidelines effective from Dec 1; here's the full list

    The Union Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday released a fresh set of guidelines for surveillance, containment and caution against the novel coronavirus disease. The fresh norms will be effective from December 1 and will remain in place till December 31. In the guidelines, the states and union territories have been mandated to strictly enforce...

    • yesterday
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    Low audience response in cinema halls & multiplexes in Mumbai, brews troubles for cine workers

    The re-opening of cinema-halls and multiplexes in the city of Mumbai after an eight-month hiatus, has brought little respite to the workers who continue to suffer due to the low footfalls. As majority of the people continue to steer clear from cinemas, given that these are enclosed spaces, the lack of new Hindi film releases also stands as a major...

    • 3 days ago
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    Theatres reopened but workers continue to suffer due to low footfalls

    Image Source : FILE PHOTO Theatres reopened but workers continue to suffer due to low footfalls Cinema halls and multiplexes have reopened after eight months but business is slow due to a number of factors like lack of new Hindi film releases and fear among the people regarding sitting in an enclosed areas with others amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, the low...

    • 6 days ago

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