No New year party in these states because of Coronavirus

New Delhi, 23/12 (AO Bureau): Due to Coronavirus, people have faced many problems. At the same time, a number of restrictions have also been implemented to prevent coronavirus. Night curfew has also been implemented in many states after more Corona cases have resurfaced. At the same time, the celebration of New Year may also fade. In fact, many states have imposed certain restrictions on the celebration of the New Year.

In 2020, the whole world has been in awe of the coronavirus. At the same time, a new type of coronavirus has also been learned by the end of the year. In this situation, the world has become alert again. At the same time, the world is going to say goodbye to the year 2020 and is going to step in 2021. However, this time the New Year celebrations can remain faded. There are many states in the country where the Coronavirus has more havoc than elsewhere. In such a situation, the risk of Coronavirus does not increase any more, for this, many states have implemented certain restrictions to reduce the crowd of people celebrating on the occasion of New Year.

Maharashtra has announced a seven-hour night curfew in the state from 22 December to 5 January. New Year celebrations begin at 12 pm. In such a situation, no midnight party has been allowed in Maharashtra as well as Goa this year.

Tamil Nadu
On 31 December 2020 and 1 January 2021 restaurants, clubs, pubs, resorts, beach resorts as well as public gatherings near the sea have been banned across Tamil Nadu. However, there is no curfew in Tamil Nadu. Restaurants, pubs, clubs, and resorts will remain open and follow the COVID-19 guidelines.

Karnataka has prohibited major gatherings in clubs, pubs, restaurants, or similar places from 30 December to 2 January without social distancing. Clubs, pubs, and restaurants cannot host any party. There is a night curfew in Karnataka.

On the lines of the restrictions imposed during Diwali, the Rajasthan government has banned celebrations and public meetings to be held on New Year’s Eve. CM Ashok Gehlot has said that people should celebrate New Year with family in their house, avoid overcrowding, and do not burst firecrackers. Rajasthan will strictly follow the instructions issued by the Supreme Court for all states regarding Corona.

In addition, the district administration in Dehradun has banned mass celebrations such as parties at hotels, bars, restaurants and other public places on Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year to prevent infection of COVID-19.

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