Covid appropriate behaviour- Few guidelines which are made by the government to be followed by people to avoid getting infected by virus. The second wave of Covid hit India in a very vigorous effective way. Due to the pandemic, everything stopped. The government of India imposed a lockdown to break the chain of a virus. Due to lockdown markets, hotels, the transport was closed. The lockdown affected every sector of development, economy, trade, and education. Along with these entire negative effects, Lockdown has a positive effect on the environment. Since the emergence Covid cost lives over the entire world.

Covid Appropriate Behaviour

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  • Stay at home, avoid going out unnecessarily
  • Wear a mask properly covering your nose and mouth
  • Wash your hands properly with soap or use alcohol-based sanitizer
  • Stay six feet away from another person
  • Avoid crowds and places that are full of people
  • Be in touch with a doctor if you feel cold or fever

Along with the decrease in the number of Covid cases government has decided to give some relaxation in the lockdown but the government is also requesting the citizen of the country to pay full attention and follow the Covid appropriate behaviour strictly to avoid being infected by virus.

Home Ministry requested every state and union territory to ensure that everyone follows the Covid guidelines and cautions are there. They are asked to keep a check while giving relaxations in lockdown. They are required to make certain strategies to ensure that there are no complications in adhering to Covid appropriate behavior and to vaccinate every citizen and keep track of the spread of infection. With ease in restrictions in lockdown, there is again crowding of people in markets and hotels, so it needs to be checked and keep a track record on such activities.

RWA/ MWA to ensure that everyone follow Covid Appropriate Behaviour?

The government has given some relaxation to restrictions of lockdown but still Schools, colleges, malls, and few other places remain close. Along with the relaxations Government of Delhi has also planned and made some strategies so that no one breaks the Covid guidelines. They have increased the patrolling and police visibility in different areas.

Commissioner of Delhi police SN Shrivastava requested RWA/ MWA (Market Welfare Association), Hotel & Restaurant association to ensure that Covid appropriate behaviour are strictly followed in their respective areas such as there should be no crowding at a place, people should wear a mask and are not roaming outside unnecessarily and markets are opened only till the time they are allowed. They are conducting meetings within a period of 15 to 30 days with these associations to keep a track check over the Covid protocols.

PCR drives are being conducted in the areas for health checkups and they are providing the medical accessories, trained paramedical staff, and even oxygen concentrators to patients in these areas.

Distribution of the duties for keeping an eye on everyone to ensure that no one breaks the Covid appropriate behaviour in the areas to RWA/MWA, hotels and hospital associations is a great initiative which is going to help government keep a check easily on any activity which arise complications in Covid appropriate behaviour and in turn it will help in breaking the chain of coronavirus.

Walk-in vaccination drives for 18+ years age beneficiaries.

  • Masjid Moth Sarvodaya (Co-ed) Vidyalaya
  • Malviya Nagar -GBSSS
  • Maidan Garhi – G (Co-ed) SS
  • Fatehpur Beri- SKV (Priya Darshani)
  • Dr. Ambedkar Nagar Sector-4 SBV (Yogi Arvind)
  • Govt. Boys Senior Secondary School (Tigri Wala)
  • Khanpur S.K.V Hakikat Rai
  • Tughlakabad Ext. – SBV (Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel)
  • Kautilya Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Pomposh Enclave, GK-1
  • Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Chittaranjan Park
  • GGSSS, Sriniwaspuri
  • School of Excellence, Kalkaji
  • GGSSS, DDA Flats, Kalkaji
  • Govt. Co-ed Sarvodaya Vidyalaya Dakshinpuri, Sector-V
  • GGSS, Lado Sarai
  • GBSSS No.2, Mehrauli

For vaccination registration visit – https://www.cowin.gov.in/