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Ban Lifted on Odd-Even Two-Wheeler Restriction in Meghalaya

Ban Lifted on Odd-Even Two-Wheeler Restriction in Meghalaya

The Meghalaya government on December 1 declared fractional withdrawal of the odd-even notice on utilizing of vehicles compelling from December 10. 

 

An order gave by an official of Transport office Mebanshailang R Synrem said that the odd-even course of action for the handling of bikes is removed inside the Shillong Urban Agglomeration territory, with impact from December 10. 

 

The government had imposed the rule from June 2 after COVID-19 cases flooded in East Khasi Hills region, particularly in Shillong. 

 

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Because of the choice, there were fewer vehicles employing in the city. 

 

Vehicles so far were permitted to employ, in view of odd-even enrollment numbers. 

 

In the event that odd vehicles were permitted on a given day, the following day, vehicles with even numbers were permitted. The standard applied for a wide range of vehicles. 

 

Up until now, Meghalaya has enlisted 11,875 COVID-19 cases, which incorporates 112 passings, of which 93 were accounted for from East Khasi Hills alone. The state has 669 dynamic cases with 11,094 patients recuperating from the viral disease.

 

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