21 May, 2021
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Center tells State to declare Mycormycosis an epidemic
Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897
Provisions of the Act
The Act, which consists of four sections, aims to provide “for the better prevention of the spread of Dangerous Epidemic Diseases.”
Section 2 empowers state governments/UTs to take special measures and formulate regulations for containing the outbreak. It reads: “Power to take special measures and prescribe regulations as to dangerous epidemic disease.—
Section 3 provides penalties for disobeying any regulation or order made under the Act. These are according to section 188 of the Indian Penal Code (Disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant).
Section 4 gives legal protection to the implementing officers acting under the Act.
What is Mucormycosis?
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