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Major Steps taken by the state Govt. to fight COVID-19,You can also contribute and send in your suggestions

Start Date: 29-03-2020
End Date: 30-04-2020

1.state government has decided that the Social Security Pension to widows and disabled persons would be given at increased rate from April 01, 2020. As per the decision the ...

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1.state government has decided that the Social Security Pension to widows and disabled persons would be given at increased rate from April 01, 2020. As per the decision the pension would be increased from Rs. 850 to Rs. One thousand.
2.State govt. has decided to extend the last date of depositing school fees by 30th April, 2020 without any late fee. Management of the concerned private schools would have to take appropriate decision/ action to intimate the parents of the students regarding this decision.
3. State government has extended the offer to all the Medical Officer, faculty members and paramedical staff, who have retired or have been released from the Military and Paramilitary forces for appointment for the post of Medical Officer or paramedical staff. They should have the experience of working on equivalent or analogues post and possess prescribed minimum educational, professional qualifications and qualifying service for appointment to these posts.
4. Chief Minister directed the officers to ensure that the supply chain of essential commodities in the State was maintained effectively so that there was no dearth of essential commodities in wake of Corona epidemic.
5.National Food Security Act (NFSA) families in the state will be given the quota of food grains of April and May months in April on priority basis.
6.To ensure that the people could purchase the essential commodities, the state government had yesterday decided to give six hours relaxation in curfew by maintaining proper social distancing, but it was felt that the people are misusing this relaxation and coming out un-necessarily thereby defeating the purpose of curfew. Now, the state government has decided to give three hours relaxation daily in the curfew so that people could purchase essential commodities nearer to their homes.

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VISHAL KUMAR 1 month 1 week ago

3. And Sir, ab jo bhi person H.P. me aa rhe h ya ayenge unko HOME QUARANTINE ki bjaye QUARANTINE center me bhejna , prefer krna chahiye


VISHAL KUMAR 1 month 1 week ago

2. And sir, Mai samjhta hu ki, last 3-4 days se, wo sabhi person, jo H.P. me enter hue h , unka HOME QUARANTINE period 14 days ki bjaye 28 days kiya jana chahiye & iske doran en sab ki ( priority bases pr ) R.T- P.C.R. testing compulsory krwayi jani chahiye.


VISHAL KUMAR 1 month 1 week ago

Respected C.M. Sir,
According to the present situation of COVID-19 in INDIA and WORLD
1. Mai samjhta hu ki H.P. me R.T.-P.C.R. testing rate ko aur increase kiya jana chahiye , and iske liye Govt. ko H.P. ke sabhi (allopathy) medical colleges and Zonal hospitals ki testing labs (either by improvement)ko prefer krna chahiye.


Deepak Kumar 1 month 1 week ago

Don't start public transportation by private transportation. First start only govt transportation.
And only those person allow. Who have only valid reason for movement.


Prateek Bachlas 1 month 2 weeks ago

Steps taken by Himachal Govt. is more than enough but still there are many improvement we will do in a scientific manner. One suggestion from me is that please split the time of relaxation in two phases morning(One and half) an and one and half in the evening. It will help in increasing social distancing as there is less gathering some people come in morning some in evening.


Ashwani Kumar 1 month 2 weeks ago

Respected CM ji
I m retired petty officer medical from indian navy and i m volunteer for any medical help in Himachal if I can contribute and can do any help i will be happy to serve for my Himachal
Jai hind