West Bengal government has broadened the ongoing limitation of Covid in the State in order to combat the pandemic for another 15 days to 30 June, with the help of a top official, he said.
In this respect an order was issued on Monday. “The restriction measures of Disaster Management Act 2005 extended until 6 p.m. on Wednesday, 30 June 2021 to remove any previous orders issued under that Act,” stated a Government Order.
The decisions have been announced on Tuesday 24 hours before the current Covid-19 curbs. “The West-Bengal CEO Mamata Banerjee told a press briefing that we were able to vaccinate close to 2, particularly the super-spreader groups.
Look at what is and isn’t permissible:
The government and private offices have been allowed by administration to work with 25% of the employees from 16 June.
Employers have to arrange for transportation of employees until further orders continue, Chief Secretary of staff HK Dwivedi said.
Shopping centres can run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., whereas milk, eggs and food markets may remain open on Wednesday between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. Additional retail shops will be open from 11 to 18 pm.
From noon to 8 pm, restaurants and bars are authorised to open with a capacity of 50%.
There can be organised sports events within stadiums without spectators, while parks open only to fully vaccinated walkers 6-9 a.m.
The chief secretary said: “Shooting indoor and outdoor films with 50 people can continue if fully vaccinated.”
During this period, all schools, colleges, universities and other schools would continue to be closed, according to the order. “Except for emergencies and essential service staff, all intra-State local trains, metro and intra-State bus services and indoor water transport should remain closed.
Continues to remain closed beauty parlours, movie venues, gyms, Spa, Swimming Pools.
Whilst 50 people are permitted to attend marriage ceremonies or other social events, no more than 20 people are allowed to take part in a funeral, the order stated.