The use of a double mask is mandatory in counting centers – The use of a double mask is mandatory in counting centers

Balrampur During the counting of the Panchayat elections, everyone in the counting centers of all blocks in the district must use double masks. People suffering from colds, coughs, colds, fever and other illnesses are not allowed to enter the counting centers. All candidates and their representatives must retain and use hand sanitizer.
District Election Commissioner / DM Shruti said Thursday that during the counting of the three-tier Panchayat elections starting May 2, candidates and their representatives will be exempted from hospitals to give corona test reports. The corona protocol is mandatory in the counting centers.
No one in the vicinity has access to the counting centers. The election officers of the respective blocks issue ID cards for entry into the counting center districts. People suffering from colds, coughs, colds, fever and other illnesses are neither given ID cards nor are they allowed to enter the counting centers. All counting agents, election agents and candidates must follow the corona protocol in the centers and maintain social distance.
All persons entering the counting centers must always use double masks. All candidates, election and counting agents must have hand disinfectant at the counting stations and use it regularly. Appropriate paramedical personnel will be present at the Kovid Helpdesk at all counting centers, including disinfectants, hand washing, thermal scanners, pulse oximeters and other necessary equipment.
Each counting center has an ambulance with a team of doctors. SP Hemant Kutiyal for the deployment of appropriate armed forces, CDO Riya Kejriwal for the organization of the counting staff, CMO Dr. Vijay Bahadur Singh for the provision of health equipment and SDM of the three Tehsils for other agreements were commissioned by the DM on behalf of the DM.

Balrampur During the counting of the Panchayat elections, everyone in the counting centers of all blocks in the district must use double masks. People suffering from colds, coughs, colds, fever and other illnesses are not allowed to enter the counting centers. All candidates and their representatives must retain and use hand sanitizer.

District Election Commissioner / DM Shruti said Thursday that during the counting of the three-tier Panchayat elections starting May 2, candidates and their representatives will be exempted from hospitals to give corona test reports. The corona protocol is mandatory in the counting centers.

No one in the vicinity has access to the counting centers. The election officers of the respective blocks issue ID cards for entry into the counting center districts. People who suffer from colds, coughs, colds, fever and other illnesses are neither given an ID nor are they allowed to enter the counting centers. All counting agents, election agents and candidates must follow the corona protocol in the centers and maintain social distance.

All persons entering the counting centers must always use double masks. All candidates, election and counting agents must have hand disinfectant at the counting stations and use it regularly. Appropriate paramedical personnel will be present at the Kovid Helpdesk at all counting centers, including disinfectants, hand washing, thermal scanners, pulse oximeters and other necessary equipment.

Each counting center has an ambulance with a team of doctors. SP Hemant Kutiyal for the deployment of appropriate armed forces, CDO Riya Kejriwal for the organization of the counting staff, CMO Dr. Vijay Bahadur Singh for the provision of health equipment and SDM of the three Tehsils for other agreements were commissioned by the DM on behalf of the DM.

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