Coronavirus In Up Corona Curfew Relaxed From 1 June In 55 Districts Curfew Will Continue In Districts Which Have More Than 600 Active Covid Cases For One More Week What will open

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath
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The process of relaxation of partial corona curfew has started in Uttar Pradesh. In the first phase, from June 1, the corona curfew will be lifted from seven in the morning to seven in the districts where there are less than 600 active cases of corona infection.

Corona curfew will remain in all districts from 7 in the evening to 7 in the morning. Where there are more than 600 active cases, the Corona curfew will continue until June 7 throughout the week. That is, partial corona curfew will continue till June 7 in 20 cities including Lucknow. On Saturday and Sunday, the weekly corona curfew will be applicable throughout the state.

In the directive issued by Chief Secretary RK Tiwari, it has been told that no exemption is being given in 20 districts where there are more than 600 active cases. In any of these districts, if there are less than 600 active cases, the exemption will be applied automatically.

Similarly, in cases where the exemption is more than 600 in the districts where the exemption has been given, then the exemption granted there will automatically end and all activities will be banned again. Where the Corona curfew is being abolished during the day, home delivery will be allowed from the restaurant. Opening of dhabas on the side of highway and expressways, carts and shelters will be allowed. Transport companies’ offices, logistics companies and warehouses will be allowed to open. The scheduled seat capacity in the buses will be able to operate.

Standing and walking will not be allowed. Two seats will be allowed on motor cycle, two on auto rickshaw and maximum 4 people will be allowed to sit in the car. Egg, meat and fish shops will be opened by following the Kovid guidelines. All government and private construction works will be allowed to be done.

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Schools, colleges, coaching institutes, cinema halls, gyms, swimming pools, clubs and shopping mall will be completely closed. Online education in educational institutions and coaching institutes will be allowed as per departmental orders. A maximum of 5 people will be allowed at religious places, a maximum of 20 people will be allowed to attend the funeral and a maximum of 25 people will be allowed to attend the wedding ceremony.

There is currently no relaxation in these districts, partial corona curfew will remain as before
In districts where there are more than 600 cases, no exemption has been given in Lucknow, Meerut, Saharanpur, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Gautam Budh Nagar, Gorakhpur, Muzaffar Nagar, Bareilly, Bulandshahar, Jhansi, Prayagraj, Lakhimpur Kheri, Sonbhadra, Jaunpur, Baghpat, Moradabad, Ghazipur, Bijnor and Deoria districts are included.

The process of relaxation of partial corona curfew has started in Uttar Pradesh. In the first phase, from June 1, the corona curfew will be lifted from seven in the morning to seven in the districts where there are less than 600 active cases of corona infection.

Corona curfew will remain in all districts from 7 in the evening to 7 in the morning. Where there are more than 600 active cases, the Corona curfew will continue until June 7 throughout the week. That is, partial corona curfew will continue till June 7 in 20 cities including Lucknow. On Saturday and Sunday, the weekly corona curfew will be applicable throughout the state.

In the directive issued by Chief Secretary RK Tiwari, it has been told that no exemption is being given in 20 districts where there are more than 600 active cases. In any of these districts, if there are less than 600 active cases, the exemption will be applied automatically.

Similarly, in cases where the exemption is more than 600 in the districts where the exemption has been given, then the exemption granted there will automatically end and all activities will be banned again.

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