Night Curfew in Jharkhand: The Hemant Soren government of Jharkhand has issued a partial lockdown order. All schools, colleges, gymnasium halls and parks in the state are closed, find out the guideline …
Night curfew in Jharkhand: Hemant Soren of Jharkhand has ordered a statewide curfew in the wake of the rapid rise in coronavirus infections. CM Soren took the big decision after a meeting with the Disaster Management Department on Tuesday, under which all schools, colleges, gyms, cinema halls, parks and public spaces in the state will remain closed until further notice. Read more – Coronavirus Latest Update: Maharashtra-Delhi Strictly, Will there be a lockdown in Gujarat now?
With this decision, the state government has again approved a partial lockdown in the state. The chief minister took the big decision after an in-depth review of the spread of corona infection with Health Minister Banna Gupta and top state officials at a high-level meeting on disaster management on Tuesday. Read more – Corona spike in Jharkhand: Corona devastation increases in the state, 873 new cases, 24 dead in 24 hours
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– Chief Minister’s Office, Jharkhand (JharkhandCMO) April 6, 2021
Find out the new guidelines, which rules will apply
All installations must be closed after 8 p.m.
Night curfew will be effective from 8 pm to 6 am.
Only 50 percent of the total capacity will be present in religious places and restaurants.
It has also been instructed to be strict about the number of passengers.
All public and private schools, colleges, gyms, parks, cinema halls and swimming pools will remain closed until further notice.
All classes above eighth grade were allowed to study offline which is currently closed.
Schools are only allowed to run online classes.
All the examinations will be pre-determined, therefore only the entrance papers of the candidates will be considered as pass.
Everyone must follow the instructions issued on the coronavirus.