The country is still battling the second wave of Corona. Meanwhile, the government has also said that we need to take all precautions to avoid corona. There is a spurt in corona cases in Britain, Russia, and Bangladesh. We are still dealing with the second wave of Corona. We need to continue to demonstrate the due diligence of the Corona Protocol. Many states have relaxed the lockdown amid decreasing cases of the corona. At the same time, many other states have once again extended the lockdown further.
On Saturday, the Tamil Nadu government announced that the lockdown in the state has been extended till July 19. However, some relaxation has also been given during this period. Hotels, tea shops, bakeries, roadside shops, breakfast shops can remain open till 9 pm with 50 percent of customers. Schools, colleges, theatres, liquor model shops, swimming pools, and zoos will remain closed for now.
Giving more details about the extension of the lockdown, the administration said that restrictions on inter-state transport (except Puducherry) and social, political, cultural events will remain in force. Buses will continue to operate for Puducherry. Shops and other activities which were allowed till 8 pm will be allowed to remain open till 9 pm.
Section 144 implemented in Noida adjacent to Delhi
In Noida, adjacent to Delhi, the cases of corona have reduced. But the administration has implemented section 144 from now on so that the cases of corona do not increase in the upcoming festival. Section 144 has been imposed in Noida till August 30. It is being told that given the upcoming festivals and to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, Section 144 has been implemented in Gautam Budh Nagar district till August 30.
Uttar Pradesh still has a weekend curfew
Weekend curfew is still in force in Uttar Pradesh. The orders of shops, malls, and gyms, etc. to remain closed in all the districts of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday and Sunday are the same as before.
Permission to open restaurants, cinema halls, and swimming pools in Punjab
In Punjab, the Sunday curfew and night curfew imposed for corona infection have been abolished. Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh took this decision while reviewing the Kovid. With this, permission was given to open all bars, restaurants, cinema halls, swimming pools, malls, sports complexes, zoos, etc. in the state. Care will be taken that the staff member must have had at least one dose of the vaccine.