Lockdown extended in Haryana

Gurgaon , 30/5 (AO Bureau):Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has announced to increase the lockdown in Haryana for another week. The CM said that the Corona Pandemic Alert is being extended for a week, giving some relaxation to safe Haryana. With this, CM Khattar said that now shops in Haryana will be able to open from 9 am to 3 pm. However, shoppers will have to adopt the odd-even formula during this period. Earlier, the opening time of the shop was from 7 am to 12 noon. Not only this, the rule of opening shop in lockdown will also apply to liquor contracts. With this, the educational institutions of the state will remain closed till June 15.

With the announcement of extending the lockdown for a week in Haryana with some concessions, CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that there has been no change in the timing of the night curfew in the state. In Haryana, the night curfew will remain in force from ten o’clock in the morning to five in the morning.

Loss of corona speed

Let us know that in Haryana on Saturday, 97 more people died due to corona virus infection, the number of dead increased to 8,132. While 1,868 new cases of this epidemic have been reported, the total number of infected people has increased to 7,53,937. According to the bulletin, the number of under-treated patients in the state is 23,094. While the number of people recovering from this epidemic has increased to 7,22,711. Not only this, the recovery rate in the state is 95.86 percent, so the infection rate is 8.44 percent. Children orphaned in Corona will get 2500 rupees every month.

Earlier, the Haryana government took a major decision for orphaned children during Kovid-19. Under the Child Services Scheme, the government will give financial assistance of ₹ 2500 every month till the age of 18 to the children orphaned due to corona infection. Apart from this, every year ₹ 12000 will also be given to these children for other expenses. This amount will be given to orphaned children, who are being reared in the family. Children whose carers are not members of the family will be looked after by the child care institute and the child care institute will be provided assistance of Rs 1500 per child per month up to 18 years. This amount will be deposited in the bank account in the form of term deposit and the maturity amount will be given to the child on attaining the age of 21 years. All other expenses will be borne by the Child Care Institute.

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