Jaipur News: To prevent corona infection (COVID-19), the Rajasthan government has made the Corona Negative Report mandatory for people coming from Rajasthan from Maharashtra and Kerala. Only after showing the report, entry will be allowed in the state.
People coming to Rajasthan from these two states have now made it mandatory to bring a negative report of the test. Without this, there will be no entry in their state. It is worth noting that in these states where the cases of corona are increasing again, the government is also worried about the threat of new strains of corona. Let us tell you that in Delhi too, such a decision has been taken recently.
Awareness campaign will run
It has also been decided in the meeting that awareness camps will be run again in the state. Awareness campaign will be started again in the state from the first week of March. CM Ashok Gehlot has said that all Kovid protocols should be strictly followed and no negligence should be taken. Regarding Kovid vaccination, CM Gehlot wrote that there is no fear of vaccine. Those whose number is coming, get them vaccinated and do not be afraid. Gehlot has expressed concern over the growing corona infection cases in neighboring states. Discussions were also held about the spread of infection among school children in the meeting.Big announcement of government
Rajasthan’s budget has made several announcements focusing on Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s four assembly by-elections. It has announced the opening of a school in the name of Kiran Maheshwari in Rajsamand, Kailash Trivedi in Sahada, Master Bhawarlal Meghwal in Sujangarh, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in Ballabhnagar. It is announced in the name of four heavenly teachers.
In Rajasthan, several announcements have been made in the budget for many sectors including farmers, women. During the budget speech CM Ashok Gehlot Taking a dig at the BJP again, he said that we never lock. If any of your work is good, then we keep it running. He congratulated Vasundhara Rajeji for Bhamashah Data Center in Jhalana, Jaipur, saying that our chest is not 60 inches by 56 inches.