Agartala: With a decline in cases of the novel coronavirus in Tripura, state administration has decided to extend night curfew till September 30. The night curfew will remain in force from 10 pm to 5 am, starting September 1.
According to the new order, 50 per cent of total capacity will be allowed for closed-door meetings or gatherings. A distance of two yards has to be maintained for sitting, and video recording has been made mandatory as proof of compliance.
The new notification comes with strict instructions not to leave the house unless important and directs people to maintain a distance of 6 feet on streets and in public places, other than when they are with family.
Not more than 50 people are allowed to attend weddings and more than 20 people are not allowed to attend the funeral processions. Public access to all religious places is open with strict adherence to Covid restrictions.
Further, according to the notification, cinema halls, multiplexes, gyms, swimming pools, sports complexes, stadiums, entertainment parks and bars will be allowed to remain open.
Shops, shopping malls, beauty parlours, salons will be open from 6 am to 9 pm and eateries like restaurants and dhabas will remain open till 9 pm.
These relaxations came in after the Tripura government took stock of the COVID situation in the state, which is now under control. Exemptions are to be followed as per the previous order issued.
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