New Delhi, ANI. The global pandemic Corona virus is wreaking havoc once again in India. The new variant of Kovid-19, Omicron, is rapidly spreading across the country. New cases of the virus are continuously increasing. Daily cases are increasing day by day with new figures. According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry, India on Saturday reported 268,833 fresh Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. 402 deaths have been reported, taking the overall active caseload to 14,17,820, while a total of 6,041 confirmed cases of the Omicron variant have been reported.
Seeing the situation deteriorating, stringent restrictions are being imposed against Kovid-19 at different places across the country, so that the spread of the rapidly growing virus can be stopped. Know in which places restrictions have been imposed in the country-
Jammu and Kashmir
Night curfew has been imposed in Jammu and Kashmir from 9 pm to 6 am amid rising cases of the virus. In view of the rapidly increasing cases, the restrictions have been extended till further notice, with a complete ban on non-essential movement during the weekend.
The spread of corona virus is at its peak in the capital Delhi, new restrictions have been imposed to put a brake on its increasing speed. People living in Delhi will have to stay indoors between 10 pm and 5 am. The Delhi government has also imposed curfew over the weekend. Also, only one weekly market will be allowed to open per day in each zone.
Now the driver and only two passengers will be allowed to sit in three wheeler auto rickshaw in Prayagraj. A maximum of 100 people will be allowed to attend the event organized at any closed location. It will be mandatory for everyone to apply mask, hand sanitizer, follow two yards distance. Also, where the events will be held, the Kovid-19 help desk will have to be established.
All cinema halls, multiplex halls, theatres, sports stadiums, swimming pools will remain closed as per the instructions of the government. Amusement parks and business-to-business exhibitions are also banned. On the other hand, schools and colleges in Haryana have also been ordered to remain closed till 26. Apart from milk shops and medical shops, all the shops in the market can be opened till 6 pm. Rally, public meeting, demonstration, dharna have also been banned.
In view of the increasing cases of Kovid-19 in Kerala, physical classes of school students up to class 9 have been postponed till January 21.
Along with this, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has also directed the concerned officials to give a message to the devotees who have booked for Darshan from January 16 to postpone the Sabarimala pilgrimage.
Talking about Goa, the government has allowed outdoor gatherings to be attended by only 100 people, while 50 percent capacity has been allowed for indoor functions, in which only 50 people can attend.
People living in Arunachal Pradesh Tripura will also have to follow Night Curfew, in which people will have to stay indoors between 9 pm and 5 am.
In Karnataka, the government has imposed a weekend curfew from 10 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, while in Telangana no public gathering will be allowed.