gurgaon coronavirus cases

Gurgaon Total Corona Cases Were Reported to be 54 in Which 46 Patients have been already Recovered and Rest 8 Active Cases To Be Recovered Soon, If Zero Cases Reported in the Upcoming days Gurgaon May become COVID19 Free Zone Categorizing it Under Orange Or Green Zone.

The Haryana government has taken another step to deal with Corona. After Faridabad, it has now been decided to seal the Gurugram border. Today i.e. Friday morning from 10 am, the Delhi-Gurugram border will be sealed. Only those people will be allowed to go and have a pass issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

In the orders issued by Gurugram District Collector and Deputy Commissioner Amit Khatri, it has been said that to prevent the spread of Corona virus, such measures are mandatory in the public interest. This will reduce the flow of people across the border. For this it is necessary that whatever works, it should remain there.

In the orders issued by the Gurugram administration, it has also been said that those who have already been allowed under the exemption given as per the order of the Ministry of Home Affairs, will be able to cross the border. In addition to these, if necessary, permission will have to be obtained from the District Magistrate Office to come across the border, which will be given based on the nature of the requirement.

Authorized officers or employees of Government offices, Prime Minister’s Office, Union Ministry of Home Affairs, Finance, Defense, Department of Posts, Disaster Management and Early Warning Agencies, National Informatics Center, Food Corporation of India officials or employees to show their valid identity cards Traffic will be allowed as before.

However, they will have to install the Arogya Setu App on their mobile and use it. Thermal scanning and disease screening will also be done at the border when entering. During this time, rapid testing facility will also be available for those who will show signs of infection, so that the spread of corona virus can be prevented.

Similarly, ambulances, ATM cash vans, LPG, oil containers or tankers will also be allowed. Traffic will also be allowed to those who supply vegetables, fruits, grains, eggs, meat, poultry, milk, grains, baggage supplies, medicines, medical devices, PPE kits, masks, gloves, sanitizers, ventilators