38-hour complete lockdown in jharkhand from today: know what's allowed, what's not

38-hour complete lockdown in jharkhand from today: know what's allowed, what's not

A complete lockdown will be implemented in Jharkhand with some relaxation starting today, i.e. June 12. The lockdown will remain in force between 4 pm on Saturday and 6 am on Monday. During the period, all shops in the state, including shops selling fruits, vegetables, grocery items, sweets and eatables shall remain closed.

The above-mentioned timing restrictions shall not be applicable to medicine shops, diagnostic centres, clinics, hospitals, petrol pumps, LPG outlets, CNG outlets, restaurants doing home delivery, dhabas located on national and state highways, cold storages, warehouses and for unloading of goods.

Restaurants are permitted to do home delivery and take away of products but sitting-dining is prohibited. All Government of India, state government and private offices are permitted to function with one-third of working strength of human resources till 4 p.m.

Jharkhand's COVID-19 tally rose to 3,42,774 on Friday as 293 more people tested positive for the infection, while five fresh fatalities pushed the state's coronavirus death toll to 5,081, a health bulletin said.

alien in jharkhand? on-lookers who shot viral video reveal truth behind 'spooky creature' on road

alien in jharkhand? on-lookers who shot viral video reveal truth behind 'spooky creature' on road

ALSO READ | 'Cong Playing With People's Lives', SAD Claims Punjab Govt Selling Covaxin To Private Hospitals At PremiumIn the purported 30-second video, several passersby can be seen commenting on the look of this strange creature. Vehicles stop to see the odd white figure passing on the highway at night.

Deepak said that he and his friend were on their way to Seraikela when they spotted the strange woman. Initially, they got scared but they returned sometime later to see what it was and it turned out to be a naked woman who was walking on the road.

Why the woman was walking naked on the road is still not clear. Meanwhile, as reported by the fact-checker portal, Seraikela sub-inspector Mohammad Noushad has said that the matter is under investigation.

entire eligible population in some jharkhand villages, including naxal-hit areas, vaccinated: govt

entire eligible population in some jharkhand villages, including naxal-hit areas, vaccinated: govt

Ranchi: Entire eligible population in some Jharkhand villages including those located in far-flung extremist-affected areas have been vaccinated for COVID-19, the state government said on Saturday. These included villages like Banmara and Jins Jara Kani in Simdega.

The Banmara village of Kullu Kera panchayat is located at the Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh border of Simdega district. "100 per cent of the population of this village have been vaccinated for coronavirus. People of Jins Jara Kani village of Simdega situated at the border of Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh have shown the same kind of spirit," an official statement from the state government said.

Despite being one of the farthest villages, people here actively participated in the vaccination drive and achieved 100 per cent vaccination, it said. Likewise, Ranga panchayat of Masaliya block in Dumka is also heading towards 100 per cent inoculation.

"Panchayats like Shikaripara, Gandrakpur, which are situated at the farthest part of the district (Dumka) have also achieved more than 80 per cent vaccination," the statement said. It said about 50 per cent of the 18 plus population at Garu block of Naxal affected Latehar district has been inoculated and backed by intensive awareness campaign a rise in vaccination coverage is being recorded.

Awareness campaigns run by the government in native and regional languages are helping people understand the benefits of the vaccine it said adding myths and fallacies related to the vaccine are being exposed among the rural population of the state. "Dumka district of Santhal Pargana region having multiple panchayats recording more than 75 per cent or 80 per cent vaccination coverage is running an intensive awareness drive across the districts," it said.

Meanwhile, the state governemnt in a separate statement thanked UNICEF for providing three RT-PCR machines, 20 lakh three-layered masks, 800 oxygen concentrators, refrigerators and cold-chain boxes. Extending thanks to the UNICEF, Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that the government is serious to battle COVID-19.

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