In the last 24 hours, about 31 thousand new cases have been reported, while more than 67 thousand people have become free from infection, the recovery rate has crossed 98 percent.
Hotel industry demand completely removed Kovid ban
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hospitality industry (hospitality industry) body FHRAI has asked state governments to set up covid-19 restrictions ,COVID-19 curbs) to be removed completely. The organization said that the Center has also asked the states for Kovid-19 (COVID-19) To remove additional restrictions related to The central government on Wednesday asked the states and union territories to reduce or remove the epidemic restrictions after reviewing the new cases of corona virus. The sectors which have been worst affected due to the pandemic include hotels and restaurants. Despite the partial lifting of restrictions, the sector still remains under pressure. For this reason, businessmen are demanding the complete removal of restrictions. At present, restaurants are opening with half capacity in many places, while the number of people in weddings and other events is also being limited.
Demand to remove all restrictions from state governments
Pradeep Shetty, Joint Honorary Secretary, Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Association of India (FHRAI), said in a statement, “The decision of the Central Government is a big relief for the industry. We also urge the states to lift all corona related restrictions in hotels, restaurants and other places. Shetty said, “In many states, the restriction of 50 percent capacity on restaurants is also continuing along with the closing times. Many states have restrictions on the number of people attending weddings and social gatherings, and the venues of meetings, conventions and exhibitions are in serious trouble. He said that summer is also the season of domestic travel and the next best time for the hospitality industry after Christmas and New Year.
Continued decline in new cases of Kovid
According to the data released by the government, about 31 thousand new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. At present, there are 3.32 lakh active cases in the country. This number is less than one percent of the total cases. At present, the recovery rate in the country is above 98 percent. In the last 24 hours, more than 67 thousand people have become free from infection. With this, the recovery rate has crossed 98 percent. The day-to-day positivity rate is 2.6 percent and the weekly positivity rate is close to 3 percent. At present, 147 crore vaccine doses have been given in the country. It is only after the opening of restrictions as well as the decline in infections, that the Center has asked the states to review the restrictions, after which now the industry is also demanding the complete removal of the restrictions from the state governments.