With the second wave of COVID-9 becoming a cause of concern in some states across India, the Rajasthan government has established a new set of priorities for a fortnight beginning tomorrow, 5 April 2021.
Form promoting stricter controls on COVID-19 safety procedures and regulations to enhancing safety procedures at the borders to ensuring thatT vaccination is adopted by all in the 45+ age bracket, the government is doing all it can while ensuring that livelihood is not compromised.
The home department of the Rajasthan government has defined the following guidelines for the period 5 April till 19 April, in order to arrest the rising cases in the state and attemting to mitigate the risk of the infection being imported from border and nearby states.
No schools for Classes 1-9
As per the orders, schools will remain closed for classes 1 till 9. Earlier, April 5 was the first day of school for students from classes 1-9 after the lockdown was imposed in March 2020.
Implementation of Test-Track-Treat Protocol
Identification of cases, tracking of close contacts, implementing ruthless containment and control as well as enhancing the treatment mechanism will be adopted with stricter monitoring and follow-up.
Joint Enforcement Team (JET) and Anti-COVID Team (ACT)
A Joint Enforcement Team (JET) consisting of officers from the District Administration, police department, and the local administration will commence a 15 drive beginning from 5 April. An Anti Covid Team (ACT) will also be formed with the District Collector donning the role of Incident Commander. Adoption of strict measures, promoting COVID-19 appropriate behavior, standard operating protocols, creating awareness on safety, health, and vaccination will be among the initiatives that this team will implement during the next 15 days.
New Action Plan from 5-19 April