Then there is an increased risk of corona infection. Once again there is lockdown like situation. The lockdown period in the containment zone has been extended till 31 December to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 by the Ministry of Home Affairs. A Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) has been put in place to regulate the matrimonial program, Karthik Purnima Snan and Shradh program from 26 November to 3 December outside the Containment Zone. In this context, State Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar gave directions through video conferencing with District Magistrate and Superintendent of Police. Instructed to expedite investigations to prevent corona infection, to keep a special watch on urban and congested areas, to strictly implement mask checking, to check masking and physical distance in vehicles commercial establishments etc. If there is a crowd at the shops, then seal, drive the vehicle only wearing a mask The District Magistrate has held a meeting in the Collectorate and in the light of the current perspective, has directed to strictly follow the mask checking being run in the district. He said that shop of shopkeepers who do not wear masks and do not follow physical distance will be sealed. Action will be taken to seize the vehicles of those driving without masks. Take special vigilance in urban areas and keep a close watch on crowded places.Superintendent of Police Anil Kumar said that so far, a total of four lakh ninety five thousand two hundred rupees has been recovered from 9904 people. A total of 56 teams have been activated in the district for investigation. Civil surgeon Rakesh Kumar said that at present the rate of corona infection is 1.15 percent and the recovery rate is 99 percent. But the investigation is being expedited in view of rising corona infection and cold trend in other states. All necessary preparations have been made to deal with any situation. He said that so far, a total of 31,4425 people have been corona examined in the district. Till now 4038 corona were found infected. In which 3930 have returned home after recovering fully. Superintendent of Police Anil Kumar, Civil Surgeon Rakesh Kumar, DPRO Parimal Kumar and all the senior officers of the Health Department were present in the meeting.