COVID-19 weekend lockdownfor states and cities to have restrictions from today
Many cities have imposed partial restrictions and weekend curfews to curb the COVID-19 cases amid a surge in coronavirus cases across the country. These states and cities have imposed stricter restrictions to control people's movement and the spread of the coronavirus .
The situation in the country due to a surge in daily coronavirus COVID-19 cases has prompted several state governments and district administrations to impose partial restrictions, weekend lockdowns, and night curfews. India reported a record 2,17,353 new cases on Friday, taking the total tally of COVID-19 cases to 1,42,91,917, while active cases surpassed the 15-lakh mark, according to data from the Union Health Ministry.
NEW DELHI he curfew will start from 10 pm on April 16 and will continue till 6 am on April 19. Movement of people has been prohibited during the curfew timings, however, all essential services will continue to operate during the weekend curfew. The Delhi government had also ordered all public places will be close of malls, gyms, spas, auditoriums, swimming pools in the city. E-passes will be required for those involved in exempted activities. For those attending marriages in Delhi during curfew timings, passes will be issued online.
The Uttar Pradesh government announced a lockdown across the state on Sunday. As per the notification, the curfew will begin at 8 pm on Saturday and will remain enforced until 5 am on Monday. There will be a weekly closure in all rural and urban areas of the state on Sunday. And 1,000 fine for not wearing mask.
the Chandigarh administration announced a weekend lockdown in the union territory from 10 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday. services and home delivery of food are exempt from the purview of the lockdown and residents are urged to stay indoors, the administration said. The administration also announced other restrictions, which will be in place till April 30. also banned on all social, cultural, political, and religious events.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced a weekend curfew in the state from 6 pm on April 16 to 5 am on April 19, in view of rising COVID-19 cases. All essential items will be available.
Maharashtra had declared a 15-day curfew from Wednesday till 7 am on May 1, entailing stricter curbs on public activities. All essential services, including medical stores hospitals, supply of medicines, among others, will remain operational. Local transport will also function for those involved in essential services.
As the coronavirus is increasing day by day government taking safety measures for people .everyone should cooperate with Government each of the guidelines they follow to stay safe