Curfew extended in Uttarakhand till 4th August, know the exemption in 2 minutes
Now political, social, cultural, sports, entertainment and educational functions can be organized in the state, but permission will have to be taken from the competent authority before the event
Corona cases have been reduced, but the Covid curfew will continue in the state. The state government has extended the Covid curfew in the state till 4 August. With the extension of the Covid curfew, the scope of exemption has also increased. Now political, social, cultural, sports, entertainment and educational functions can be organized in the state, but permission will have to be taken from the competent authority before the event. Only then can any kind of event be organized. Apart from this, permission has been given to open all spas and salons in the state. All spas and salons will open with 50 percent capacity. During this, the guidelines related to Covid will have to be strictly followed. The government has also allowed conference halls, spas and gyms located in hotels to open with 50 percent capacity. The government has decided to open government and non-government offices in the state with 100% capacity.
Government non-training institutes can also be opened. Earlier, the state government has permitted to open gyms, shopping malls, cinema halls, swimming pools, amusement parks, theatres, auditoriums and allied activities with 50 percent capacity. Chief Secretary Dr. Sukhbir Singh Sandhu, who is also the Executive Officer of the State Disaster Management Authority, issued the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) regarding the Covid curfew late on Monday evening. According to this, the government has extended the Covid curfew in the state from 6 am on Tuesday to 6 am on August 4 with some more concessions. On the go, we also tell you about the status of corona infection in the state. The cases of death due to corona in the state have stopped. For the fourth consecutive day on Sunday, no corona patient died in the state. 54 new infections have been found in the last 24 hours. While 50 have recovered.