Lockdown In India: Strict Restrictions In Many States

Lockdown in India: Strict restrictions in many states including UP and Delhi, increased restrictions on the reduction of new cases.

At least 26 states and union territories of the country including Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Haryana, Maharashtra have also imposed strict restrictions like lockdown, curfew, and lockdown to break the corona infection chain.

In this way, more than 90 percent of the country’s population is under some kind of restriction.

In view of the growing outbreak of epidemic in Uttar Pradesh, the country’s largest state, the first-weekend lockdown and then till May 10.

Corona’s curfew was changed. Now the state government has announced to extend the corona curfew period to 17 May. In Delhi, the lockdown has been extended till Monday, 17 May.

At the same time, the Haryana government has extended the restrictions on lockdown in the state till May 17. There will be a strict lockdown in Rajasthan from 5 am (May 10) to May 24.

In Uttar Pradesh, on 16 April, only the Sunday weekly detention was decided. Then the cases kept increasing and the government continued to expand the detention.

On Sunday, Uttar Pradesh CM Adityanath Yogi said that 23,333 new cases were found in 24 hours. 34,636 persons have been discharged after recovering. Yogi admitted that partial corona curfew is getting better results.

Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal also said that the Corona chain has started breaking after the lockdown.

On April 26, the infection rate was 35 percent, which has now come down to 23 percent. It cannot be relaxed now, or else what we have achieved will also get out of hand.

The lockdown, which has been running since April 20, has been extended for a week due to the havoc of Corona released in Delhi.

Currently, it was supposed to end at 5 am on May 10, but now it will continue till five in the morning on May 17. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced to increase the lockdown.

The Metro will be closed from Monday. Marriage is banned in public places, marriage houses, banquet halls or hotels, etc.

Marriage will only be possible at home or in court. In which only 20 people will be able to attend. The hotel, marriage home, banquet hall which has been booked for the wedding, will have to return the money.

It will be mandatory to apply masks during shopping at medicines, vegetables, and grocery stores. During the lockdown, the person holding the e-pass will be able to deliver the required goods during the day or night.

Lockdown in India: Strictness will remain during the lockdown in Rajasthan

Roadways and private buses will remain closed during the lockdown in Rajasthan. Traffic from one district to another will also be closed.

Grocery and milk shops will open from 6 am to 11 am. Government and private offices will also be closed.

There will be a strict lockdown in Rajasthan from 10 to 24 May. The decision was taken in a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.

According to the new guideline, those coming from outside the state will have to show the RTPCR report 72 hours in advance.

The government has decided that the banquet and wedding procession will not be allowed in the state until May 31.

Only 11 people will be able to hold the wedding ceremony at home. Marriage gardens and hotels will remain closed for the wedding ceremony.

Lockdown in India: Corona curfew also increased in Jammu and Kashmir

The Jammu and Kashmir administration has also extended the Corona curfew in all 20 districts of the state till May 17, ie at seven in the morning.

With this, the maximum number of guests at the wedding ceremony has also been increased to 25.

In addition to keeping essential services free of Corona curfew, the Food Supply Department has decided to keep all its sales centers open on Monday in view of Eid-ul-Fitr.

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