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Amid COVID-19 and dengue scare, Uttar Pradesh bans installation of idols at public places on Ganesh Chaturthi

Amid COVID-19 and dengue scare, Uttar Pradesh bans set up of idols at public locations on Ganesh Chaturthi | Information

New Delhi: As the specter of third COVID-19 wave looms massive, the Uttar Pradesh authorities on Thursday (September 9) banned the set up of idols at public locations on Ganesh Chaturthi, PTI reported. 
The choice was taken at a gathering chaired by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the place he directed officers to make sure that no Ganesh idol is put in at public locations and folks rejoice the pageant at dwelling, a authorities spokesman mentioned. 
The UP CM additionally requested the officers to test that no pointless crowding occurs at anyplace in the course of the pageant. “The CM mentioned all obligatory preparations needs to be made for the pageant and non secular beliefs of individuals be given due respect,” the spokesman added. 
Uttar Pradesh logged 11 new COVID-19 instances and no contemporary fatality, which pushed the entire tally to 17,09,503 whereas the loss of life toll stood at 22,863, in line with official assertion issued on Thursday. Out of the 11 contemporary coronavirus instances, three have been reported from Gorakhpur and one every from Allahabad, Gautam Budhnagar, Lucknow, Jalaun, Maharajganj, Varanasi, Auraiya, Mathura. There are presently 199 energetic COVID-19 infections within the state. 
In the meantime, Nationwide Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (NTAGI) chairperson Dr N Okay Arora emphasised COVID-19 acceptable behaviour is essential in the course of the forthcoming festive season. Arora warned that the third wave of COVID-19 can hit the nation if any new mutation emerges throughout this festive season. 
Aside from COVID-19, UP can be combatting dengue which has led to a number of deaths. Figuring out the trigger,  ICMR Director-Normal Dr Balram Bhargava mentioned the vast majority of deaths in Mathura, Agra and Firozabad districts of Uttar Pradesh had been as a result of dengue fever brought on by D2 pressure. “Deaths in Mathura, Agra and Firozabad are as a result of dengue fever brought on by D2 pressure, which may trigger haemorrhaging that could possibly be deadly,” ANI quoted him as saying. Specialists say that dengue virus serotype 2 (DENV-2 or D2) is thought to be essentially the most virulent pressure and might trigger severity in illness.
(With company inputs)
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