As the state goes into new worries about the COVID-19 situation, Assam on Saturday reported 1254 new cases.
As per the health department, the 1254 cases were out of 33,609 total tests.

The positivity rate stood at 3.73% while Kamrup Metropolitan reported 472 cases.

The state also reported two deaths and a recovery rate of 98.07 per cent.

It may be mentioned that on Friday the Assam Government issued a revised set of guidelines implementing the night curfew in the state from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.

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As per the new SOP air and rail passengers those who are unvaccinated, single-dose vaccinated, and those below 15 years of age will have to undergo test at airports and rail stations.

No compulsory testing for double vaccinated passengers.

All Government servants (including contractual and fixed pay) should be fully vaccinated and shall attend office. Employees who are not fully vaccinated will not be allowed to attend office and they will have to avail leave, if available of extraordinary leave for which they will not be paid salary.

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Non-vaccinated people shall not be allowed entry in public spaces/places (except hospitals) w.e.f. Jan 15, 2022.

People must carry proof of being fully vaccinated.

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