Section 144 implemented by Chief Minister in rajasthan, a complete ban on getting more than 5 people in one place
Under the outbreak of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has instructed to implement section 144 in the first phase by 31 March 2020 for the protection of the state.
In the Chief Minister’s Office on Wednesday, Ashok Gehlot took a number of important decisions under the protection from Kovid-19. Medical and Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma, Chief Secretary DB Gupta, Government Secretary Disaster Management Siddharth Mahajan, Medical Education Secretary Vaibhav Galaria, Information and Public Relations Commissioner Mahendra Soni, Principal of SMS Medical College, Dr. Sudhir Bhandari, Rajasthan Medical and Health Sciences Vice-Chancellor of the University Dr. Rajababu Panwar, along with other officials were present.
Following decisions were taken after the meeting:
Instructions for Passenger screening –
The Chief Minister has informed to talk to the Ministry of External Affairs under the protection of Rajasthan residents trapped abroad. Especially, all travelers coming from abroad will be stopped at hotels near the airport and they will be screened. If their symptoms are found positive after their examination, then those individuals will be kept in complete isolation for 14 days. Then those persons will be stamped on their hands and this information will also be given in the neighborhood of their house so that the others will stay away from them and avoid infection.
All libraries closed and school meetings banned –
Instructions have been given by the Chief Minister to ban parent-teacher meetings in all private and government schools in the state of Rajasthan by 31 March 2020 and also to stop the process of new admissions. And strict instructions have been given to keep public libraries closed till 31 March 2020.
Instructions to improve check facility –
Apart from this, Chief Minister Gehlot has also directed to develop testing facilities at all places in Rajasthan including Kota, Bharatpur, Ajmer, Jhunjhununu and double the testing capacity in Jaipur city. He also assured that there would be no shortage of state facilities to deal with Kovid-19 by Sarkar. All other facilities including isolation labs will also be developed as soon as possible through RSDF.
Finally, The government has requested everyone to take care of the elderly especially, to be safe and to come out only when needed. Avoid going to crowded areas and avoid rumors and do not share any news without proof.