Tuesday, June 22, 2021

‘Health Safety Week’ begins in Jharkhand to break chain of COVID-19

In Jharkhand, the “Health Safety Week” begins from today to break the chain of COVID-19 infection.

People have been advised to stay home and not to move out without necessary work.

Essential services and medical services continue to function.

AIR Correspondent reports, in Jharkhand the Health Safety Week has begun from 6 am in the morning today till 6 am in the morning on April 29, while unnecessary movement has been restricted in the State, only essential services, medical services, agricultural, industrial, mining and construction activities have been permitted.

The State Level Bankers Committee has decided to reduce the working hours of all public sector banks in Jharkhand to 4 hours from 10 am in the morning to 2 pm in the afternoon to break the chain of spread of COVID-19 infection.

The State Government has requested people to not panic in the situation and follow the mandatory restrictions.

Meanwhile, the State Government has facilitated 2124 oxygen supported hospital beds in the most affected areas to handle the COVID pandemic situation.

A 300-bedded oxygen concentrator supporter special COVID-19 ward has become functional in Ranchi.

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