Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday issued directions to officials to stay in quarantine the approximately one lakh people that have arrived within the state within the last three days from other parts of the country.
According to a government spokesperson, Adityanath said that within the last three days, one lakh people have come to UP from other states. Their names, addresses and phone numbers are made available to the district magistrates and that they are being monitored.
Adityanath also issued directives that each one these people be kept in quarantine and arrangements for his or her food and other daily needs be fulfilled, a press release issued by the UP government said.
"No one within the state should remain hungry during the lockdown," the chief minister was quoted as saying.
While chairing a review meeting at his residence, Adityanath also issued directions to officials to strengthen the availability chain of essential goods, the statement said.
The chief minister also inspected the community kitchen inbuilt Kalyan Mandap located at Mahanagar here, it said.
In the statement, Adityanath once more appealed to everyone to remain in their homes in order that the coronavirus infection are often avoided. He also said all people should follow the lockdown.
While Nodal officers of UP were deployed in 12 states on Friday, on Saturday the chief minister deployed Nodal officers in Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha, Ladakh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh and therefore the northeastern states. People from UP who are in other states, doing business and having jobs there, can get all types of facilities by contacting the nodal officers.
Adityanath said things in countries which are careless in handling coronavirus is "very critical".
"So my appeal to most are to remain where you're . you'll be provided all types of facilities at your door step. For this I and my team are working 24 hours," he said, consistent with the statement.
Meanwhile, Additional Chief Secretary (Home) said that 58,752 pradhans and 11,631 councilors are contacted through the CM helpline. During this era , 11,912 complaints were also resolved.
Principal secretary medical and health Amit Mohan Prasad said anyone who has any quite problem or symptom of the disease can call CM Helpline 1076 and immediately get advice.
"Advice and medical facility also can be obtained at the helpline of the Health Department. The Health Department is monitoring around 60,000 people that have returned from abroad," he said.