Rajasthan imposes night curfew in 8 districts including Jaipur; boosts no-mask fine to Rs500
Markets, restaurants, business stores, etc will close by 7 pm and a night curfew will be enforced in these cities from 8 pm to 6 am.
Rajasthan federal government on November 21 announced a night curfew in 8 districts to inspect the rising number of Covid-19 cases. These eight districts consist of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kota, Udaipur, Alwar, Ajmer and Bhilwara.
Rajasthan curfew timings
Markets, restaurants, business stores, etc will close by 7 pm and a curfew will be imposed in these cities from 8 pm to 6 am.
Nevertheless, emergency services such as medical stores, train and air tourists will be excused.
A cabinet meeting was called to review the increasing cases of Covid-19 in the state in wake of winters approaching and continuous marriage season which was chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
New limitations by Rajasthan govt
It was chosen in the meeting that those not using masks will now be penalised with Rs 500 which was earlier fixed at Rs200
An optimum of 75% staff members will be required task in government and private workplaces in these districts where the number of staff members is 100 or more. The personnel will deal with a rotation basis.
In marital relationships, spiritual, social, cultural functions and political events, only 100 individuals will be enabled.
The cabinet likewise chose that day care treatment centers in personal healthcare facilities will be offered at a rate repaired by the state federal government.
Under this center, vital COVID-19 clients will be sent out back house in 2-3 hours after being provided medication and treatment. It will likewise reduce the accessibility of beds in health centers.
It was informed in the conference that hospitals attached with private medical colleges can now be gotten for making them dedicated COVID facilities if required.
Likewise, the medical and health department will perform door-to-door surveys in locations reporting a high number of cases.
A total of 3,007 Covid-19 cases were signed up on Saturday which is a record high in Rajasthan. Since the start of November month, the covid numbers are on a continuous high and have actually crossed the 2,000- mark criteria.
( With firm inputs)
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