Jaipur | Rajasthan Corona New Guidelines: In view of the uncontrollable corona infection in Rajasthan, the Ashok Gehlot government of the state, taking a big decision on Sunday, has closed classes up to class 12th in municipal and municipal areas till January 30. With this, the government has issued a new guideline, according to which now all shops and shopping malls will be able to remain open only at 8 pm.
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According to the new guidelines of Corona issued by the State Home Department on Sunday… (Rajasthan Corona New Guidelines)
Classes till class 12th in municipal and municipal areas have been closed till January 30, however, online studies will continue.
Cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes, autoriums, banquet halls will be able to remain operational till 8 pm.
Public discipline curfew will remain in the state from 11 pm to 5 am.
10th-12th students who have got corona vaccine. With the consent of the parents, they will be able to go to school to overcome the difficulties in studies.
– Now maximum 100 people will be able to attend the marriage ceremony and only 50 people in Municipal Corporation, Municipality areas.
Only 20 people will attend the funeral.
Religious places will be able to open only from 5 am to 8 pm. There will be a ban on carrying flowers-garlands, prasad, chadar and other worship materials.
All shops and shopping malls can be opened only till 8 pm.
City buses will be allowed to run from 5 am to 11 pm.
Social, political, sports related, entertainment, educational, cultural, and religious functions, gatherings, rallies, picketing demonstrations, processions in organizing fairs, a maximum of 100 people, whereas in Municipal Corporation / Municipality area only 50 people will be able to participate.
– The facility of home delivery of restaurants/clubs will run for 24 hours whereas, on the spot food will be allowed till 10 pm with 50 percent seating capacity.
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