raipur: the government allows 100% presence in state offices; Rtpcr test on arrival scrapped | Raipur News

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RAIPUR: With the decline in Covid cases, the Chhattisgarh government has decided to end the rotation system. Orders have been issued to allow 100% attendance at all offices. Also, the RTPCR test will not be mandatory upon arrival at airports in the state.
Government offices were fully unlocked as soon as the corona infection rate reached below 5% in Chhattisgarh. The state government has ordered the department and management to operate with 100% employee attendance. Here, Raipur district administration has ordered to remove the requirement to show RT-PCR test report before 72 hours at Raipur airport.
According to officials of the General Administration Department, the offices of the ministry and all department heads will be operated from Tuesday with 100 percent attendance of all categories of officers and employees. Considering the current Covid-19 situation by GAD, instructions to this effect were issued by Mantralaya Mahanadi Bhawan on Monday. Previously, instructions had been given for a 50% presence in the offices of the ministry and the head of department.
In the instructions issued by GAD to all additional Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries, Secretaries and all Heads of Departments of Chhattisgarh Government, it was said that the revised orders for running the offices at full capacity have been taken after keeping in mind the drop in the infection rate of Covid-19 and for the rapid elimination of works from the general public.
For the prevention of Covid-19 infection, all officers-employees must strictly follow prescribed standards like wearing masks, maintaining adequate distance from each other, using disinfectants from time to time , etc
Orders to transport 72 hours before Covid test report at Raipur airport was issued in the first week of January after some time it was exempted for those who were vaccinated with double dose.
However, it was relieved from Tuesday.
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