Haryana Prime Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday, May 30, extended the state’s COVID-induced lockdown for another 7 days. The CM also announced some relaxations including increased operating hours for the stores. Haryana CM also announced financial assistance and other assistance for children who have lost their parents due to COVID-19. Speaking to the presser, Khattar said, “We have decided to extend the lockdown on COVID until June 7. Stores will now be able to operate from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Vendors must comply. the abnormal formula. Educational institutions will remain closed until June 15. Evening The curfew will continue from 10 pm to 5 am. “
Under the state’s ongoing ‘Pandemic Alert-Safe Haryana’ #COVID19 The bans imposed by the Haryana government have been extended until June 7 to control the spread of Now stores will be open from 9am to 3pm according to the odd-even. #HaryanaFightsCorona
– CMO Haryana (@cmohry) May 30, 2021
Haryana raised the lockdown
During the lockdown, retailers have to follow a strange and even formula to run stores. Stores will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Like the Prime Minister, educational institutions will remain closed until June 15. Likewise, the curfew will continue at night from 10 pm to 5 am. Khattar said it was important to maintain the bans for better outcomes and faster recovery. Likewise, Black Fungus cases have also been on the rise in recent days, according to CM.
Prime Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said ‘Mukhyamantri Bal Sewa Yojana’ could be used to rehabilitate and support children under the age of 18 who have lost the same parent, a surviving parent, legal guardian, or adoptive parents as a result of COVID-19. In an official statement released here, he stated that the state government will provide a monthly financial assistance of Rs 2,500 per child to families caring for orphaned children.
He stated that financial assistance will be provided until the child reaches the age of 18. He added that the annual amount of Rs 12,000 will be paid to the bank accounts of the children as additional expenses until the child reaches the age of 18 and will continue. . education. The state government will also provide a monthly financial assistance of Rs 1,500 per orphan to the child care institution for the upbringing of the children living there, according to the CM. Haryana now has 59 child care facilities in operation.
The situation of COVID-19 in Haryana
On Saturday, Haryana reported 97 COVID-19-related cases, bringing the total number of deaths to 8,132, while 1,868 new cases brought the total number of infections to 7, 53,937. According to the health department’s daily report, 15 people died in Hisar, nine in Gurgaon, and eight in Jind district recently. It claimed that Hisar had 168 new cases, Yamunanagar had 148, Sirsa and Bhiwani each had 147, and Gurgaon had 125 infections. The total number of active cases in the state is 23,094, with a total recovery of 7,22,711 to date. According to the bulletin, the recovery rate is 95.86%.
Several states, including Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Goa, have also announced that lockdowns caused by COVID or other bans will continue for one week to a fortnight starting Monday, while others, including Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh, have announced some easing of bans.
(with inputs from ANI / PTI)
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