Lockdown lifted in Uttar Pradesh, but restrictions will be imposed across the state

Lucknow: After removing corona lockdown from Uttar Pradesh, the Yogi government is worried that if there is negligence again, the problem will not escalate again. The government has decided to keep night curfew in force in the state even after lifting the lockdown. A statement in this regard has been issued by the Chief Minister's Office. A statement issued by the CMO said, "Corona curfew has been lifted from all districts in Uttar Pradesh. The night curfew will be in force from 7 pm to 7 am. The number of active cases in the State is 14,000. There are less than 600 active cases in all districts".

As per the guidelines issued by the government, markets will be opened in all districts of the state from 7 am to 7 pm on Wednesday. However, theatres, malls and gyms will remain banned. At the same time, restaurants will be allowed to be opened, but they will not be allowed to sit there and eat. Only home delivery can be done from the restaurant.

According to data released on Monday, the number of corona infection deaths in Uttar Pradesh fell below 100 after nearly 40 days. 727 new patients were found on Monday while 81 patients lost their lives. Kanpur Nagar reported the highest number of 24 deaths, while new patients received only 38. Only 53 patients were found in Lucknow.

Central Banks continue to be positive on gold, same amount of gold as last year, says WGC

Kerala govt cancels its 1 crore corona vaccine order, know why

Pakistan’s Covid-19 positivity rate declines below 3 percent this year

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -