Corona update: Strict restrictions in several states, weekend curfew in Delhi, night curfew here, school and college closed
Corona Update: As the number of Omicron variants of COVID-19 is increasing, a new fear has arisen in the country. The Delhi government has decided to impose a weekend (Saturday to Sunday) curfew in the state. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority on Tuesday. The Punjab government has imposed night curfew in the state till January 15. The night curfew will last from 10pm to 5am. In addition, all educational institutions have been directed to remain closed till further orders. Bars, cinema halls, malls, restaurants, spa centers are allowed to operate at 50% capacity. As many states have gone through a terrible time during the second wave of corona virus, many of them have begun imposing restrictions to control the new COVID-19 infection. Let’s take a look at state-wise COVID-19 restrictions to stem the rising tide.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday announced that Delhi would impose a weekend curfew on government offices and work from home to deal with the growing COVID-19 issue. He said that buses and Delhi Metro would run at full capacity. A night curfew has also been imposed in Delhi under the Yellow Alert.
Gujarat extended COVID restrictions in the state from December 30 to January 7. According to the state government’s order, restaurants can fill only 75% of their seating capacity. The limit of 400 people for marriage has not been changed.
The BMC on Monday (January 3) ordered the closure of Mumbai schools from Class 1 to 9 till January 31 amid growing tensions in the city. In addition, the Mumbai Police has issued an order directing people to stay on the beaches, open fields, sea faces, sightseeing, gardens, parks or similar public places daily from 5 pm to 5 am till January 15. Prohibited from leaving.
The Punjab government on Tuesday (January 4) ordered the closure of schools and colleges and the imposition of night curfew (daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to stop public protests in the state following the sharp rise in cases in recent days. Coins Banned
West Bengal on Monday imposed a series of restrictions on novel coronavirus disease, under which all schools and colleges in the state will once again close their doors. In addition, shopping malls, market complexes, restaurants and bars have been banned, allowing them to allow only 50% of their total capacity.
Schools and colleges in Haryana have been closed till January 12 as the state has declared an ‘epidemic alert’ following reports of an increase in COVID-19 cases. The Haryana government has also said that only those who have been fully vaccinated in most public places will be allowed to enter or walk around. All cinema halls, theaters, multiplexes, sports complexes, stadiums and swimming pools will remain closed in Gurgram, Faridabad, Ambala, Panchkula and Sonipat.
The Telangana government imposed new restrictions on the state and banned rallies, public gatherings and all kinds of large gatherings. Issuing guidelines, the state government said violators would be fined Rs. 1,000 for not wearing masks in public places. The state government also banned religious, political and cultural events to control the spread of the virus.
The Tamil Nadu government has imposed new sanctions against Code-19 from January 1. Physical classes for students up to eighth grade will not be until January 10. Commercial establishments will be allowed entry with only 50% coverage and only 100 people will be allowed entry. Wedding ceremonies are allowed. Funeral attendance will be limited to 50.