In Jharkhand, the State Government has extended the restrictions followed under the  Health Safety Week further for a period of two weeks from  6 am this morning till the morning of May 27th. The decision was taken during a meeting of the State Disaster Management Department chaired by Chief Minister Hemant Soren.

The Health Safety Week protocols followed in Jharkhand from the last three weeks continuously have resulted in breaking the chain of COVID-19 infection and reducing the infection rate by almost 50 percent in the last 10 days. Recovery rate has improved to 81.85 percent. 

The State Government following its effective results has further increased the existing Health Safety Week for a period of two weeks till May 27 beginning today. In addition to the existing guidelines, inter-state and intra-state buses have been stopped and mandatory home quarantine of 7 days for people coming from outside the state has been added during the two weeks period of Health Safety Week. 

Only 11 people have been allowed for marriages to be held either in Court or Home during this period. E passes have been made compulsory for private and personal commuters which can be procured from epassjharkhand.nic.in for any travel related purposes throughout the state. People visiting the state for less than 72 hours shall not be quarantined.

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