Guidelines for Traveling During COVID-19..!

Guidelines….! The number of cases began to decline after a prolonged struggle against the deadly second wave of coronavirus infections in the country. To that end, many people have begun to plan their journey in the country.

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So, should you plan to travel, see the latest travel guidelines, restrictions and more related to COVID. Indeed, India has registered 62,224 new coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours and, according to Wednesday figures from the Union Health Ministry, India’s overall tally of Covid-19 cases was 2.96.33,105. Last COVID-19 Guidelines for the travelling of Assam, Bihar, Rajasthan, Punjab and Western Bengal


Punjab: Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh announced a number of COVID-19 related restrictions from Tuesday, according to recent developments. Restaurants and other food facilities as well as cinemas and fitness centres are now re-opened at a capacity of 50% by the government.

The Chief Minister also announced an increase of 50 people in the number of people gathered for weddings and cremations.

Assam: The Assam State Disaster Administration has issued a new set of lock-in guidelines COVID19, which come into force on June 16 from 5 a.m. and will continue until 5 a.m.

According to these reports, the duration of the curfew was relaxed by one hour in Kamrup, which is primarily in the city of Guwahati. It will begin at 14:00 and continue until 5:00 the following day.

The lockdown restrictions and movement of persons are allowed in the areas of South Salmara, Majuli, Bongaigaon, Chirang, Udalguri, West Karbi Anglong, Dima Hasao and Charaideo in which positive coronaviruses have been less than 400 over the last 10 days.

Rajasthan: Good news is that shopping centres, restaurants, fitness centres and sports facilities now open for restricted hours and have been shut off in the middle of the lock in Covid in Rajasthan. In the light of the decreasing number of COVID19 cases, the state government has also allowed for opening monuments, art and cultural places and hotels that provide indoor services.

Bihar: As cases of COVID in the state decrease, Bihar’s CEO, Nitish Kumar, announced Tuesday the additional relief measures imposed on the COVID 19 by the state from 16 June. Until 5 pm, government and private authorities were allowed to function fully in a gradual process of unlocking in the State.

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