Uttarakhand: Government extends Covid curfew till July 27, cinema halls will open with 50 percent capacity

Uttarakhand: Government extends Covid curfew till July 27, cinema halls will open with 50 percent capacity
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Despite the decreasing corona cases in Uttarakhand, the government is not in a mood to give much laxity. The government has extended the corona curfew till July 27. For this, the Disaster Management Department has issued an SOP on Monday.

According to the new SOP, the requirement of Covid-19 to move from plain areas to hill districts has been abolished. Now the markets will open from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm. Permission has also been given to open cinema halls and water parks with 50 percent capacity.

Passengers coming by air, who have received both doses of the vaccine, have also been allowed to come. But at the same time, the mandatory requirement of the RTPCR test for people coming from outside states will remain the same.

Only 50 people will be allowed to attend the wedding ceremony and funeral procession. While all educational and training institutions will remain closed for the time being. Online classes or distance learning will be allowed. At present, the coaching institutes will run with 50 percent capacity. Social, political, entertainment, educational, cultural activities will remain closed for the time being. All gyms will open with 50 percent capacity.

Got admission only after seeing the negative report
Unlike last week in Nainital, there was no gathering of tourists this week. However, hundreds of tourists arrived on Sunday. On Sunday, the Covid investigation was done at the entrance of the city of the tourists. Only after this, the tourists were allowed to enter the city.

Let us tell you that after the second wave of Corona in Nainital, the tourism business started returning to normal when the situation returned to normal. During this, 20 to 25 thousand tourists started reaching Nainital. After the strictness of the administration, the influx of tourists has suddenly reduced this week. Due to this, vehicles were not stopped at the three entrances of the city, Narayan Nagar, Russian Bypass, and Pines. However, due to Covid infection, the entry was given only after seeing the RTPCR negative report of all the tourists.

Also, thermal screening was done. Here, due to the increasing pressure of vehicles, there was a partial jam in Masjid Tiraha, Mall Road of the city. Let us tell you that in view of the increase in the influx of tourists in Nainital, DM Dhiraj Singh Garbyal has banned two-wheelers at the end of the week. Also, tourists will have to bring a corona negative report.

Anita Amoli

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