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Gujarat Extends Night Curfew In 27 Cities To Feb 4

| Updated: January 29, 2022 17:18

Keeping a sustained check on the Covid 19 surge, the Gujarat government has extended the ongoing night curfew in the state’s 27 cities till February 4. The timings of the curfew remain from 10 pm to 6 am. The night curfew was scheduled to end on Friday (January 28). 

The decision was taken by chief minister Bhupendra Patel during the core committee meeting in state capital Gandhinagar – according to an official statement issued on Friday.

The statement added that even though daily infections were declining in Gujarat, 12,131 people were detected as positive in the last 24 hours. Last week, the Gujarat government had extended the night curfew in 19 cities apart from eight metros where it was imposed earlier. These metros cities include: Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Bhavnagar and Gandhinagar.

Gujarat has so far recorded more than 1.13 million cases which include 10,375 deaths, 1,014,501 recoveries and 107,915 active cases. Over 97.3 million vaccine doses have been administered to eligible beneficiaries since the beginning of the vaccination drive last year.

What’s Allowed?

During the curfew, shopping complexes, salons, beauty parlours, marketing yards etc are allowed to operate till 10 pm. Home delivery from hotels and restaurants is allowed 24X7.

Bus transport services have been exempted from night curfew, and they can operate with 75% seating capacity. A maximum of 150 people are allowed to attend political, social and religious gatherings at a venue in an open space.

In enclosed spaces, the number should not exceed 50 per cent of the permitted numbers. The government has also allowed establishments such as water parks, gyms, swimming pools, auditoriums, cinema halls and libraries to operate at 50 per cent capacity.

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