In view of the increasing cases of corona in five cities like Gurugram, Faridabad of Haryana, strictness has been made. Now markets and malls will open in these cities only till 5 pm. Sports complexes and swimming pools will also remain closed. Cinemas in Gurugram and Faridabad will also remain closed. Restrictions have also been increased in Panchkula, Sonipat and Ambala. Orders have been given to keep only 50 percent attendance in offices. In view of the increasing cases of corona, the Haryana government has issued an order to keep the cinema hall, sports complex closed for a week. For this, orders have been given to keep 50 percent attendance in government and private offices. Only emergency services have been exempted from this. Surge in corona cases in Delhi and Mumbai too has come.
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Bars and restaurants will also be run at 50 percent. The Manohar Lal Khattar government of Haryana has said that these restrictions will be applicable from January 2 to January 12. Earlier, Haryana has also started taking strict action regarding Kovid vaccination from the new year. Under this, no service will be available in petrol pumps, CNG stations, liquor shops for both doses without vaccination. Also, no person will be able to enter all public places including malls, restaurants without taking both the doses.
All amusement parks and B2B performances in Haryana have also been closed. These restrictions have been imposed in the districts where the infection is very high. The Chief Minister of Haryana will also hold a review meeting on Sunday regarding the increasing cases of Corona. Apart from the new restrictions, the Haryana Disaster Management Authority has also made vaccination mandatory for visiting public places like vegetable markets, bus-trains, parks, religious places.
The Khattar government is also alert about the increasing cases of corona in the neighboring state of Haryana, Delhi. Every day lakhs of people travel between Haryana and Delhi, in such a situation there is a risk of spreading corona. On Saturday, 2716 new Kovid cases have been reported in Delhi. While the positivity rate has crossed three percent.
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