jokowitch-tennis-news,In a detailed order, the Home Ministry expressed concern over 'blatant violations of COVID norms' in several parts of the country including at market places and warned that places that violate COVID-19 norms should be liable for action under relevant laws.
international-break-football-results,Stressing that the second wave of COVID-19 is yet not over, the Home Secretary said that testing and early identification of cases is important to keep a check on the spread of the virus. "Consequently, increase in R factor (reproduction number) in some of the states is a matter of concern. You may be aware that any increase in R factor above 1.0 is an indicator of the spread of COVID-19," the letter said.
"The officers concerned should be made personally responsible for any laxity in strict enforcement of COVID appropriate behaviour," the letter said.,basketball-drills-in-the-house
The latest warning from the Home Ministry comes a day after PM Narendra Modi said that crowding at hill stations is 'not right'. “I would like to emphasise strongly that the crowds that are emerging at hill stations and markets without masks or without following protocols are a matter of concern. It’s not right,” PM said during a meeting with the chief ministers of the North-East states.,basketball-outdoor-ball