Lockdown Extended in Haryana

Gurgaon, 27/6 (AO Bureau):The Haryana government has extended the lockdown in the state for a week. Now the lockdown will remain till July 5. However, restrictions will also be reduced during this time. According to the order issued by the Home Department of the state government on Sunday, the restrictions of ‘Pandemic Alert Safe Haryana’ have been extended for a week with some more reliefs in the state. All Anganwadi centers under the Department of Women and Child Development will remain closed till July 31, 2021. However, permission has been given to open the university campus for research scholars and practical classes in laboratories. During this, it will be mandatory to follow social distancing, sanitization and Kovid rules.

According to the order issued earlier, the shops of the market will open from 9 am to 8 pm. At the same time, malls will be able to open from 10 am to 8 pm. Along with this, all religious places have been approved to open with 50 percent capacity. At the same time, restaurants and bars can be opened from 10 am to 10 pm with only 50 percent seating capacity and home delivery of food from hotels and restaurants can also be done till 10 pm. It was said in the order that there has been a decrease in the rate of new cases of Kovid infection and infection. However, in view of the prevention of Kovid epidemic, ‘Pandemic Alert – Safe Haryana’ has been extended for one more week in continuation of preventive and precautionary measures.

Let us tell you that the Haryana government had announced to relax the restrictions applicable on wedding ceremonies and funerals and to open the office with full capacity only last week. Strictly following the Kovid rescue rules, up to 50 guests were now allowed to attend the wedding ceremony and funeral. Earlier this number was limited to 21. Corporate offices can be operated at full capacity. However, during this time it will have to be ensured to follow other Kovid protocols including the rules of social distancing.
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