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Monday, 15 February 2021

Night curfew extended once again: Night curfew extended in 4 cities of Gujarat till February 28, now night curfew will be from 12 to 6 pm

Night curfew extended once again: Night curfew extended in 4 cities of Gujarat till February 28, now night curfew will be from 12 to 6 pm






Amid the tumult of municipal and local body elections in the state, three leaders, including Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, have come out positive, amid which the night curfew has been extended till February 28 in four metros of the state today. The night curfew is relaxed by one hour. There will now be a night curfew from 12 to 6 p.m. Earlier, a night curfew was in force from 11 pm to 6 am.


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The decision to extend the night curfew in Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot and Surat was taken at a meeting of the core committee held at 3 pm today. Now a notification will be issued by the Home Department regarding the curfew tonight. The Ahmedabad Police Commissioner may also issue a notification.





1 Feb. decided to enforce the curfew until 15 February The corona transition situation in Gujarat is currently very well under control and the recovery rate is around 97%. At that time, the Gujarat government decided to give more relief to the people of the four metros and imposed a night curfew from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the period from February 1 to February 15. According to the government's instructions, after February 15, if the Corona transition situation remains under control, it may be decided to reconsider or lift the curfew.






Currently, 200 people are allowed instead of 100 for a wedding. Currently, 200 people are allowed instead of 100 for a wedding. Good news for families planning events, including weddings In addition to the night curfew, the government may also grant concessions for weddings and other public events. A month ago, Additional Chief Secretary Pankaj Kumar said there was also news that there would be hashtags for families planning weddings and other occasions in February. 


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The state government has decided that if social or religious ceremonies are to be held in open spaces, party plots or common plots, there will be no individual limit. When the ceremony is to be held in a closed place such as a hall, banquet or hotel, house or any other private or public house or caste wadi, not more than 200 people can participate even in fifty per cent of the total capacity of the place.






50% capacity limit in hall-hotel-banquet hall: Pankaj Kumar Additional Chief Secretary of the House Pankaj Kumar said that the number of active cases of Kovid-19 has come down significantly across the country in the last four months. Not only that, in Gujarat, with the intensive health measures of the state government and the active and cooperation of the people, the prevalence of corona infection has been reduced to a great extent. 

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The state has succeeded in taking the patient recovery rate to 97 per cent, so now some rules are being relaxed. However, in the meantime, it will be mandatory for anyone to wear a mask that covers the mouth and nose. The organizer and host will have to make arrangements to maintain sanitizer and social distance at the venue. In order to maintain social distance, the distance between the chairs at the venue and the floor marking for people to stand should also be done. No one present at the ceremony should eat pan-masala and inject it. If any of this is violated, the individual and the organizer will be fined. For this planning, the host has to apply online on the software called Online Registration for Organizing Marriage Function on the portal www.digitalgujarat.gov.in.

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