Allahabad High Court hardens on Corona, said- consider the night curfew


New Delhi: Amidst the rising pace of corona cases across the country, corona cases are also increasing in Uttar Pradesh. On the uncontrollable corona infection in the state, the Allahabad High Court has asked the government to consider vaccination and night curfew for all. In addition, the court has asked the crowd not to be nominated in the panchayat elections and to campaign and not follow the Corona guidelines. A bench of Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice Siddharth Verma said these things.

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The court has said that the process of removing the gathering crowd at any place should be adopted as soon as possible. Along with this, it is mandatory for 100 percent people to wear masks and the police and district administration should ensure adherence to it. The court ordered the government to take concrete steps to stop the second wave of Corona. The court has directed the District Magistrate of all the districts of the state to strictly follow the Corona Guideline. The court has also directed to control the crowd and consider the night curfew in the late evening celebrations.

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Not only this, the court has said that the government should consider getting vaccinations in the homes of all the people instead of those above 45 years of age. The court has also ordered a Kovid investigation of high school and inter students. The court has decided to hear a petition filed for corona infection on 8 April through video conferencing.

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