Karnataka government on November 8 issued new guidelines for short-time travellers coming from Maharashtra amid the rising daily Covid-19 cases in the neighbouring states. As per the guidelines, travelllers should be free from cough and cold, throat pain, fever, difficulty in breathing, etc. The Government also mandated carrying Covid-19 vaccination certificates and a valid return ticket.
Courtesy: United News Of India
United States, Australia, and Singapore have issued fresh Covid-19 guidelines for travellers, including Indian passengers as Coronavirus cases are reducing. U.S will be allowing passengers who have taken Covaxin or Sputnik V vaccines to enter from November 8. Moreover, Singapore has decided to allow travellers having a 14-day travel history to India. On the other hand, Australia has decided to open all its boarders from November, as per… read-more
Considering the violation of COVID norms, Delhi High Court spotlighted its repercussions saying that the violation of SOPs' will increase the chance of third wave. "We have paid a huge price in second wave and every household is effected" court said. However, the court has asked the state and centre government to implement strict measures and organise meetings with marketers & vendors associations regarding the COVID protocols.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
The Centre on June 10 issued new guidelines for managing COVID-19 in children. Under the new guidelines, the doctors have been warned against the use of Remdesivir injections in children. They must also avoid steroids and antimicrobials for children's treatment, read the guidelines. Besides, the doctors have also been advised to use HRCT Scan imaging rationally among kids. As for asymptomatic and mild infections, paracetamol tablets have been… read-more
Courtesy: Times Of India
Concerning the COVID-19 second wave, Uttarakhand HC on April 21, has directed the government to release Standard Operating Procedure on conducting Char Dham Yatra, scheduled from May 14. Recently, in Kumbh Mela the pilgrims openly flouted COVID-19 guidelines creating panic. Chief Justice RS Chauhan and Justice Alok Kumar Verma have asked the state government to establish mobile testing vans and build hospitals with support from the central… read-more
Courtesy: The Economic Times
Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government on April 10 announced fresh restrictions to tackle the COVID-19 surge. Instructing government offices, restaurants, bars, cinemas and public transport to function at 50% occupancy, the order banned all recreational activities statewide. It also allowed only 50 and 20 people to attend marriages and funerals respectively. Besides, Maharashtra-Delhi flyers will have to produce COVID-19 negative reports.… read-more