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1/30/21

There will be a night curfew from 11pm to 6am from February 1, 200 people will be allowed at the wedding

Rule relief: 




200 people have been exempted from public weddings instead of 100
Mandatory masks and sanitizers will be required at the wedding



A big decision has also been taken regarding night curfew in 4 metros of the state. Based on this, night curfew has been maintained in 4 metros of Gujarat till February 15. The night curfew will now remain in place from 11pm to 6am, with the government also changing the permission of 100 people for weddings. So now 200 people have been exempted from public weddings instead of 100.




200 persons are allowed instead of 100 in case of marriage.

The number of weddings has come down due to Korona Kaher, which is why the government has decided to increase the number of guests. 200 people will now be able to attend the wedding, but the rules of the corona will have to be strictly adhered to, including the mandatory mask, sanitizer. 



Capacity limit of 50 per cent in hall-hotel-banquet hall: Pankaj Kumar
Additional Chief Secretary of the House Pankaj Kumar said that the number of active cases of Kovid-19 has come down significantly across the country in the last four months. Not only that, in Gujarat, with the intensive health measures of the state government and the active and cooperation of the people, the prevalence of corona infection has been reduced to a great extent. The state has managed to bring the patient recovery rate to 93.94 per cent, so now some of the rules are being relaxed. From now on, hall-hotel-banquet hall-auditorium-community hall-town hall-caste wadi can be kept within 50 per cent of the capacity of the venue for social-religious-entertainment or other function-events in closed places, as well as party plots Strict adherence to SOP, including mask-social distance-hand sanitizer, is required for gatherings at plots or other open spaces.

The number of weddings dropped due to Corona's grief.

The guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of India on January 27 to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the country, including Gujarat, have been strictly adhered to by the State Government from February 1 to February 28 in Gujarat as well. Additional Chief Secretary of the House Pankaj Kumar announced the decision of the state government. Pankaj Kumar said that all activities in the state except for the containment zone could be resumed, but the SOP prescribed for some activities would have to be strictly adhered to.

The night curfew will be enforced till February 15 from 11 pm to 6 am.



He made it clear that the curfew would be enforced in four metros of the state - Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot and Surat till February 15 from 11 pm to 6 am. The district authorities-local authorities will have to take all necessary steps to encourage proper behavior on Covid-19 as well as to ensure that people cover their faces properly, wash their hands frequently and keep them clean as well as adhere to social distance. The National Directive for Covind-19 management will also have to be strictly followed across the state.

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