The shops of groceries will now open on May 21 from seven to 10 in the morning. (Token picture)
In a high level meeting chaired by CM Tirath Singh Rawat, it was decided to increase the Corona curfew by 25 May. Some new restrictions have been imposed. The RTPCR negative report is necessary to attend the wedding ceremony.
Dehradun. In Uttarakhand, the Corona curfew has been extended till 25 May. This decision was taken in a meeting chaired by CM Tirath Singh Rawat. Government spokesman Subodh Uniyal said that the Kovid curfew has been extended with some new restrictions. The shops of groceries will now open on May 21 from seven to 10 in the morning. The RTPCR negative report is necessary to attend the wedding ceremony. Banks will now open from 10 am to 2 am. An e-pass will be mandatory to attend the funeral. Giving information about the important decision regarding Kovid Curfew in a high level meeting, Uniyal said that in today’s meeting, practical difficulties were overcome during the last Kovid Curfew. From next May 18 at 6 am to 25 May at 6 am, the second phase of Kovid curfew will be implemented. Maximum 20 people will be allowed in the wedding ceremony and RTPCR test will be mandatory before 72 hours. Kovid curfew will be valid only for the doctor’s visit to visit the doctor. Curfew passes will be compulsorily given to 20 people allowed at the funeral. In case of health emergency and family death, an e-pass will be given on application. Banks will be open from 10 am to 2 pm. The same system will also apply to the State Employees Finance Institute. Haridwar bone immersion is allowed for four people. Capacity of 50% of the vehicle will be permissible. Along with the government ration shop, the bakery will also be allowed to open from 7 am to 10 am. There will be no compulsory pass for coming to Uttarakhand from Uttar Pradesh border, but will have to apply on the portal. In place of the imperative for the safety and movement of the workers for the industry, it has been made possible.