Covid Curefew in Uttarakhand extended till June 9, with some relief
The Corona curfew has been extended till June 8 in Uttarakhand. Now shops of essential commodities will open from eight in the morning to one in the afternoon. At the same time, now the shops of groceries will open from 8 am to 1 pm on June 1 and 5.
The Corona curfew has been extended till June 8 in Uttarakhand. Now shops of essential commodities will open from eight in the morning to one in the afternoon. At the same time, now the shops of groceries will open from 8 am to 1 pm on June 1 and 5. At the same time, stationery shops will also open on June 1. This information was given by the government spokesperson and cabinet minister Subodh Uniyal.
The period of Covid curfew implemented in the state for the prevention of the second wave of corona infection has been extended till June 8 in the fourth phase. This time it has been partially amended. Fruit-vegetable, meat-fish, milk shops, bakery products units in the state will now be open from eight to one in the morning. Till now the time limit was from eight to 11 in the morning. Groceries shops will open on June 1 and 5. Apart from this, all the other guidelines will remain the same as before. There will be a relaxation of movement for the purchase of essential commodities during this period. Shopping malls, market complexes, gyms, theatres, assembly halls, bars, liquor shops to remain closed until further orders
In view of increasing cases of corona infection in the state, the government imposed the first phase of the Covid curfew from May 10 till May 18. In the second phase, its duration was extended till May 25 and in the third phase, this period was further extended till June 1.
Uttarakhand after the Kumbh Mela had become a COVID-19 hotspot after several attendees tested positive for the infection. The state, as per the Union Health Ministry, has over 30,000 active cases while more than 6,400 patients have succumbed to the infection. On the other hand, over 2.91 lakh patients have recovered from the infection in the state.