Night curfew in Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot from today; here’s what will remain open


    Night curfew in Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot from today; here’s what will stay open

    In a quote to bring under control the COVID-19 pandemic in the city, a curfew has been enforced in Ahmedabad from 9 pm on November 20 to 6 am on November 23, after which a night curfew will stay in force.

    ” Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation stated night curfew from 9 pm to 6 am every day from November 21 in order to control the spread of Covid-19,” an order said on Thursday.

    The Gujarat government on Friday likewise chose to enforce night curfew in Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot cities from November21 “The curfew will stay in force till more statement. I advise people to comply with authorities to consist of the virus,” Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said in a declaration.

    In view of the complete curfew imposed in Ahmedabad city by the Gujarat state federal government, Metro services in the city will remain suspended on November 21 and November 22.

    ” Metro services will resume on November 23, Monday,” stated the official statement of Gujarat City Rail Corporation.

    Throughout this duration, only shops selling milk and medications will be permitted to remain open.

    Additional Chief Secretary Dr Rajiv Kumar Gupta, talking to reporters on Thursday, notified that, a night curfew will remain in force even after completion of the “total curfew” until the COVID-19 scenario is brought under control.

    ” In a bid to control the COVID-19 pandemic in Ahmedabad, a couple of other crucial choices have also been taken by the Gujarat federal government and Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation. Around 1,300 new beds are being availed in Ahmedabad,” Gupta stated.

    He stated that presently around 2,600 of the total 7,500 beds are vacant in Ahmedabad health centers. “There is no lack of beds in Ahmedabad for COVID-19 clients. The state federal government and the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation are working to ensure no COVID-19 client faces any issue in getting a bed for treatment,” Gupta stated.

    ” Number of ambulances are also being increased in the city. Hospitals beds, which are lying uninhabited in hospitals near Ahmedabad, are also being booked,” he included.

    On The Other Hand, the Gujarat federal government also chose to hold off the reopening of schools and colleges in Gujarat, which were earlier proposed to reopen from November 23, in the wake of the existing coronavirus situation in the state.

    ( With agency inputs)

    ( the heading, this story has actually not been released by Crucial India News personnel and is released from a syndicated feed.).


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