Lucknow: While the government has ordered a 35 hour lockdown to make its big attempt to break the COVID chain, the government has also factored in the inconvenience of the common folk. As a consequence it has also given some relaxation for the people.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed that during 35-hour corona curfew, industrial activities having direct connection to the war against Corona will not be stopped. That means the workers of the firm, the sanitizer making and other industries connected with it will be allowed to function.
At the same time, in marriages that were planned before hand, the government has given relaxation with conditions.
Additional Chief Secretary Home Awanish Kumar Awasthi has issued a order here he has clearly specified that 100 people in open spaces and 50 people in closed spaces have been allowed to participate in the event with restrictions and COVID protocols especially weddings.
Noteworthy is the fact that all types of examinations which are held on Sundays will be allowed for students and students will be able to freely move to reach the exam venue on the basis of their Icard or admit card.
Public transports will also operate with half the capacity. A maximum of 20 people will be allowed to attend a funeral.
A 35-hour curfew has been imposed in the state from eight o’clock on Saturday night. During this period, the fire department will conduct sanitation and fogging in all the districts by carrying out a special campaign for cleanliness and hygiene. Till the next order, there will now be a weekly ban on every Sunday in the entire state.
In a virtual meeting with Team-11, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed to take strict action against those who do not wear masks. For the first time, a fine of one thousand rupees will be levied if found without a mask. For the second time, you will have to pay 10 times more fine.
Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Kumar Awasthi has issued orders in this regard. Not only this, 100 percent people will have to make sure to wear masks and follow social distancing.