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Section 144 imposed in Lucknow till July 6

Section 144 has been imposed in Lucknow in view of the concerning COVID-19 situation. The restriction will remain in place for a period of one month, uptil July 6.

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Published on 7 Jun 2021 7:50 AM GMT

Section 144 imposed in Lucknow till July 6
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Section 144 imposed in Lucknow till July 6

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Section 144 has been imposed in Lucknow in view of the concerning COVID-19 situation. The restriction will remain in place for a period of one month, uptil July 6.

In the last 24 hours, Uttar Pradesh recorded 1165 fresh coronavirus cases and 85 deaths. At least 55 of these cases were reported in Meerut, which has a total of 1179 active cases at present.

There are 999 active cases in Lucknnow, 955 in Saharanpur, and 718 in Gorakhpur.

The Uttar Pradesh government on Sunday lifted Covid-imposed curfew from all districts barring Meerut, Saharanpur and Gorakhpur as active cases in these three districts are above 600, informed Additional Chief Secretary-Information Navneet Sehgal.

Corona Curfew:

The state government yesterday announced relaxations in curfew in Bareilly and Bulandshahr districts from Monday. It allowed shops and markets outside the containment zones to open for five days a week.

Till yesterday, the number of districts where the restrictions were lifted was 67, out of the 75 districts. The infection cases have declined in the state with only three districts having over 600 active cases.

The unlock process in UP began a week ago when the government lifted the curfew for 20 districts. It sated that the districts where active cases were over 600 would remain under restrictions.

Over the last week, the cases have further declined in the state with overall active cases coming under 20,000.

The chief minister also said that the reports from several districts were indicating that people were not wearing masks, not maintaining social distancing norms and unnecessary crowding the market areas. "The cooperation of every citizen is important to win the fight against the pandemic. Also, the police needs to ramp up their efforts and make people aware about the situation," he added.

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