by NEWSNER , 2021-05-05 19:01:25
The Assam government has issued revised guidelines for the COVID-19 curfew within the state which can be imposed from May 5, 2021, from 5 AM amid the surge within the number of COVID-19 cases within the state. As per the government's COVID-19 portal, there are 19,923 active COVID-19 cases during this north-eastern state. The circular issued by the Assam government notified that the revised restrictions within the state are going to be imposed from May 5, 2021, till further notice.
As per the new guidelines, no meetings or gatherings are going to be allowed at any open or closed spaces. within the case of marriages, only 20 people are going to be allowed for the religious part of the marriages. The reception parties, also as pre-and post-marriage parties, are prohibited. less than five people are going to be allowed in religious places. within the case of funerals and last rites-related gatherings, there should be no quite 20 persons.
It has been instructed by the Assam government that each one shops and other commercial establishments are going to be closed a day at 2 PM. within the case of restaurants and eateries, a dine-in facility are going to be allowed till 2 PM. deduct including home delivery are going to be allowed till 6 PM, after which only home delivery is going to be allowed. Essential services like pharmacies, hospitals, animal care centers, and veterinary clinics are going to be operating with no restrictions.
In the case of workplaces, all government and personal offices will close at 2 PM a day. Aside from the officers, 50 percent of the workers are being allowed within the office. It must be noted that each conveyance authority must enforce COVID-1 9 appropriate behavior and seating inside the vehicles, carriers, containers, etc.
The people must note that due to the night curfew, there'll be a complete ban on the movement of people within the state from 6 PM to five AM daily and only those related to essential services on the assembly of documents are going to be exempted.