Haryana Lockdown: The Haryana government on Sunday extended the Covid lockdown for a fortnight, allowing the continuation of the various relaxations already given. According to the order issued by the Haryana government on Sunday, the lockdown has been extended till September 6. During this, restaurants, bars, malls, club houses and shops will open with 50 percent capacity.
It has been said in the order that during this time the corona guidelines will have to be strictly followed. The Manohar Lal government had already lifted the night curfew. As per other relaxations given earlier, the conduct of entrance and recruitment examinations by various universities, institutes or government departments and recruiting agencies will continue to be permitted.
In an order issued by Chief Secretary Vijay Vardhan, it has been said that during this time everyone will have to follow all the Covid guidelines related to social distancing, sanitization and seating capacity.
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The Vice Chancellors of the state universities have been advised to make a plan for reopening the universities from the next academic session and share the schedule of the same with the concerned department of the state government.
The swimming pool will be allowed to open after adopting daily social distancing, sanitization and cleanliness. Swimmers, exercisers, qualified spectators and staff will have to get both doses of the corona vaccine.
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Apart from this, 100 people will be allowed in the indoor event and 200 people in the field. During this, social distancing and Covid guidelines will have to be adopted. After the arrival of 19 new cases of corona in Haryana on Saturday, the total number of infected people increased to 7,70,331, while the death toll of one patient increased to 9,666.
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