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Punjab Govt imposes Night Curfew in entire State till April 30

After the orders of the government, no political party will be able to organize rallies in the state.

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Published on 7 April 2021 10:04 AM GMT

Punjab Govt imposes Night Curfew in entire State till April 30
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New Delhi: In Punjab, in view of the increasing cases of coronavirus, Punjab Government has banned rallies. After the orders of the government, no political party will be able to organize rallies in the state.

With this, the government has also decided to close all educational institutions by 30 April. Night curfew in 11 districts has been extended by the government till April 30.

2924 new cases of corona in Punjab:

In Punjab, 2924 new cases of corona infection have been registered in the last 24 hours. During the same period, 2350 patients have recovered and 63 have died. Now the total number of corona cases in the state has increased to two lakh 57 thousand 57. There are 25,913 active cases in the state and so far 7216 people have died here. The government had ordered continuation of Pambedis till April 10, which has now been extended to April 30.

Only 100 people at a time in mall:

According to the orders, no more than 100 people should be allowed in the mall at one time and theaters have been asked to keep half the seats vacant. In the most affected 11 districts, except social cremations and weddings, a total ban has been imposed on all social groups. Only 20 people are allowed for funerals and weddings.

The central government has warned that covid-19 is spreading at a very fast pace and the intensity of the epidemic has increased and in view of this, the next four weeks are going to be very important. The government has emphasized on public participation to control the second wave of infection. NITI Aayog member (health) Dr VK Paul has said that the rapid increase in cases has worsened the epidemic in the country and a large part of the population is vulnerable to infection.

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