With the decrease in the number of corona cases in Uttarakhand, life has once again started gaining momentum. Public transport services have started in the state. Train services that were canceled during the Corona period are also back on track. Corona cases may have started decreasing, but the state government has increased the Covid curfew. The Covid curfew will remain in force till June 22. In such a situation, the question in everyone's mind is that when will unlock finally start in the state. Government spokesperson and cabinet minister Subodh Uniyal have given the answer to this question. He said that the Covid curfew will remain in force in the state till June 22. After this, the unlock can be started.
Let us now tell you about the new guideline issued regarding Corona Curfew. In this, the state government has announced several reliefs. In view of the demand of traders, the government has permitted to open business establishments for 3 days. Other establishments including grocery, ration and liquor shops can be opened on June 16, 18 and 21. Stationery and book shops will also remain open on 16 and 21 June. Revenue courts will be opened for hearing 20 cases. Sweet shops will open for 5 days. Up to 50 people can attend weddings and funerals. However, to participate in the marriage, the RTPCR negative report is necessary.
Vikram-Auto will be able to operate in Dehradun. DM has been given the right to decide to open the market in rural areas. This is a matter of relief, but also know what will remain closed during the Corona curfew. The swimming pool, amusement park, theatre, auditorium and bar will remain closed in the state. Cinema halls, shopping malls, gyms, stadiums and sports grounds will also not open. RTPCR report is not required for traveling from Garhwal to Kumaon, but online registration has to be done. For those coming to Uttarakhand from outside the state, it is necessary to bring the RTPCR negative report 72 hours in advance. RTPCR negative report will also have to be shown to go to the hill districts.