After the weakening of the second wave of corona in the country, the restrictions are being gradually removed. Permission has been given in many states to open shops of essential commodities from today. The process of unlocking is going on in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bangalore, and Nagaland. Know what will open in these states from today and what will be exempted.
Schools will open in Uttar Pradesh from today
The process of unlocking is going on in Uttar Pradesh. Shops and establishments have been opened from the previous day itself. From today, schools from class one to eight are going to open for administrative work, but for now, studies will continue online. Students will not be present in the school till further orders. Basic education officers have been asked to conduct an e-pathshala under Mission Prerna. It is noteworthy that the Basic Education Council, through a letter on May 19, 2021, had directed to conduct reading and reading activities in schools from class 1 to 8 through e-pathshala. Also, in view of Kovid-19, there was an order to keep the primary schools closed till 30 June.
Now 40 people can be present at the wedding ceremony
After decreasing the number of corona patients in Rajasthan, permission has been given to open the marriage hall and procession house from today. Marriage gardens, marriage halls, hotel complexes, etc. will be open for wedding ceremonies. However, it will be mandatory to follow the Corona guidelines during this time. There should be a maximum number of 40 people during the ceremony. At the same time, DJ, the party will not be allowed in the ceremony.
Metro starts in Bangalore from today
The metro service in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, will now open for people from 7 am to 6 pm. This is going to start from today. This service will be operational from Monday to Friday. Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) gave this information by issuing a statement. Metro train facility will be available every five minutes during peak hours, while this facility will be available between 15 minutes in non-peak hours.