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Omicron cases: Centre directs states to impose district level COVID curbs

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Do not let the guard down State governments and UT administrations should ensure that oxygen supply equipment are installed and are fully functional and the buffer stock of essential drugs maintained, he said.  "I would like to reiterate that all the States and UTs must observe all precautions, and not let the guard down.

Local and district administration, based on the normative framework and assessment of the situation, should promptly take appropriate containment measures.

States may consider imposing need based, local curbs and restrictions, to control the crowd during the festive season," he said.

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