The Bihar government on Monday announced further easing of COVID-19 induced restrictions.
The COVID-19 death toll in Uttar Pradesh rose to 22,640 on Sunday with one more fatality, while 128 new cases pushed the infection count to 17,06,621, according to an official statement issued.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that these places will have to follow all Covid safety protocols when they reopen.
Salons, beauty parlours have been allowed to open from 11am to 6pm with 50 per cent seating capacity provided staff has been vaccinated.
Delhi reported 89 cases of COVID-19 and four deaths on Sunday as the positivity rate dipped to 0.12 per cent, according to data shared by the health department. Delhi has so far recorded 14,33,934 coronavirus cases.
Under the phased unlock process initiated with an improvement in the city's COVID-19 situation, the Delhi government has allowed weddings at banquet, marriage halls and hotels with 50 people in attendance, and reopening of gyms and Yoga centers at 50 per cent capacity.
Under the phased unlock process initiated with an improvement in the city's COVID-19 situation, the Delhi government has allowed weddings at banquet, marriage halls and hotels with 50 people in attendance, and reopening of gyms and Yoga centres at 50 per cent capacity.
A division bench of Chief Justice Mohd Rafiq and Justice Sujoy Paul directed the petitioner to file a comprehensive representation for the grievance to the state home dept.
Gujarat Unlock: The state recorded 544 new coronavirus cases and 11 casualties in the last 24 hours.
With Gujarat proceeding to unlock, religious places and gyms can now open from June 11 as the Vijay Rupani-led government announced a new set of guidelines on Wednesday. A night curfew, however, will continue to remain imposed from 9 pm till 6 am.
The Chandigarh administration on Tuesday ordered extension of Covid-19 restrictions with major relaxations, including allowing functioning of bars, restaurants, gyms and spas with 50 per cent capacity for the first time after over a month of closure.
The West Bengal government on Friday announced closure of shopping malls, restaurants, beauty parlours, gyms, spas, and swimming pools amid rising COVID-19 cases in the state.
According to a government order, bazars, marketplaces will be allowed to operate from 7am-10am and 3pm-5pm. However, home deliveries will be permitted.
In view of the pandemic situation, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday issued new Covid restrictions as cases continue to rise across the country. As per the new restrictions, the night curfew (9 pm to 5 am) will remain in place across Bihar. All shops selling vegetables, fruits, eggs and meat will be closed by 6 pm. Restaurants and dhabas to be operational for home delivery and take away services till 9 pm.
Curfew passes to be issued to those rendering essential services. Malls, gyms, spas and auditoriums to be closed. Cinemas halls to operate at 30% capacity only. People will not be allowed to dine-in restaurants, only home deliveries permitted, says CM Arvind Kejriwal
The Standing Committee of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation on Wednesday proposed that the property tax assessment of community halls and gyms located inside group housing societies (GHS) be done on the norms set for residential units.
Farmers' protest has entered its 20th day and they remain adamant on their demand to repeal the three new farm laws.
Coronavirus pandemic has turned lives 'upside-down' of small business owners.
Approval given to the re-opening of hotels in Delhi, in the meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) today. Gymnasiums to remain closed, weekly markets to re-open on a trial basis.
Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) is likely to decide on re-opening of hotels, gyms and weekly markets in a crucial meeting to be held on Wednesday (August 19). The meeting was to take place on Tuesday but it got postponed due to some issues, an official said.