Gujarat ….unlocking process begins today in Gujarat with the improvement of the state’s coronavirus situation. The Gujarat government of Vijay Rupani has issued guidelines on unlocking from today.
The newest SOPs provide relaxation for various business sectors, such as hotels, restaurants, fitness centres and religious venues. Two days ago after a meeting of the State’s core pandemic committee, chaired by Minister Vijay Rupani, the decision to easing the lockdown was announced.
Full list of relaxation in Gujarat The unlocking instructions further states that during this period, the state government can operate hotels and restaurants between 9 a.m. and 7 a.m. with a capacity of 50%.
Until now, only home food was permitted but the government authorised relaxation with a fall in new COVID-19 infections.
The administration stated parks, gardens and libraries would be reopened from 6am to 7pm. But the night curfew will persist between 9:00 and 6:00 in 36 cities.
A maximum of 50 people will participate in political, social, religious, and cultural initiatives. With no more than 5 religious establishments open Commercial establishments including shops operate earlier between 9 AM and 7 PM between 9 AM and 6 PPM.
High schools can be reopened with a capacity of 50% by strict compliance with COVID-19 SOP. Public buses, including state buses, can continue operating with a passenger capacity of 60%.
The operations can continue from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. to all shops, commercial units, corner shops, shopping complexes, market yards, hair cutting lounges, beauty salons and other commercial activities.
The tests required for admissions to colleges and universities in foreign countries, such as IELTS and TOEFL, can be carried out.
Gujarat cases of coronavirus On Wednesday, a government official in the State Health Department said that the number of coronavirus cases and the number of victims of 10 had increased to 8,18,351 in Gujarat and 9,965 in the toll.
Besides, 1.675 patients were released during the day from hospitals and the recoveries in the state were counted to 7.94.703, he said.