Apr 07, 2021
02:39 PM (IST)
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Seeing the increasing cases of Kovid-19 in Punjab, Chief Minister Captain Amarendra Singh on Wednesday ordered a complete ban on political meetings by 30 April. He warned that if others including the leaders violated this order it would be lodged under the DMA and the Pandemic Act. The Chief Minister also announced extension of the night curfew from 9 am to 5 am. Now night curfew will be imposed in the entire state. The number of people at funerals / weddings has been reduced. 50 people inside the house and 100 outside the house will be allowed to join. Apart from this, it has been made mandatory for all government employees to wear masks in the office. However, some relief has been provided for shop owners in the malls. The entry of 10 people per shop has been allowed in the goods at any given time. This would mean that 200 people would be allowed in malls with 20 shops at any given time.
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