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Thursday, 20 May 2021

Rahat / Night curfew in Gujarat extended till May 27 but with big concessions, find out what is on and what will be off

Lari-galla and shops are allowed to remain open from 9 am to 3 pm in partial lockdown across Gujarat from tomorrow.


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  • Government's big decision regarding night curfew in Gujarat
  • Announcement of partial lockdown in Gujarat
  • Lari-galla and shops will remain open in partial lockdown


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The government has taken a big decision regarding lockdown in Gujarat. The implementation of the partial lockdown will start from tomorrow. There is also news of relief for lorries and shopkeepers. Lorio and shops are allowed to remain open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.





 



Simultaneous curfew and partial lockdown


A new change has been made in the announcement made by the Gujarat government for all types of industrialists and traders. So far only groceries and dairy and snacks have been allowed to remain open. However, it is not possible to dine at the hotel. The parcel facility will continue.








This trade will start in a new listing
  1. Leaf litter
  2. Tea kettle
  3. Hair salon
  4. Hardware stores
  5. Electronics and Electricals Store
  6. Readymade clothing stores
  7. Ware Shops
  8. Mobile shop
  9. Wholesale market
  10. Puncture Shop
  11. Garage 

  • This trade will be closed
  1. Educational institution
  2. Tuition classes
  3. Theaters
  4. Auditorium
  5. Auditorium
  6. Water supply
  7. Public gardens
  8. Interesting places
  9. Salon
  10. Spa
  11. Beauty parlor
  12. Jim
  13. Bathroom
  14. This will close all types of malls and commercial complexes




The new guidelines also reveal a timeline with exemptions. Businesses that are exempt will be able to stay open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. However, no concessions have been made regarding tuition classes and schools.

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