Similarly, religious ceremonies are only allowed until eight o’clock at night.
The Tamil Nadu government on Thursday decided to re-impose a number of restrictions as new cases of restrictions on Tamil Nadu Covid-19 are on the rise. As of April 10, the state government had announced a re-ban, allowing only 50 percent of the capacity to sit in theaters and banning selected activities. Read more – Panic of Lockdown! A large number of migrant workers are moving towards their homes
The government says all people over the age of 45 should receive the covid vaccine within two weeks at a government or recognized private hospital. Read more – Lockdown in MP Update: Lockdown will be applicable in all urban areas of Madhya Pradesh from tomorrow evening tomorrow to 12 April 6 am
Retail shops will not be allowed in major vegetable markets such as Coimbatore and other major markets in the districts, the official said. Read more – Government reprimands airlines, says canceled ticket returns during lockdown
- Buses and interstate buses plying in Chennai will not allow passengers to exceed their seating capacity.
- Similarly, only three and two passengers can travel in taxis and autorickshaws respectively.
- Similarly, religious ceremonies are only allowed until eight o’clock at night.
About 4,000 new cases of coronavirus were found in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday. Among them, cases are increasing rapidly in Chennai and surrounding areas.