Gujarat: Night curfew to continue in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot for 15 more days

Gujarat’s COVID-19 update: The state’s generally Covid count remains at 2,54,314 cases, including 4,357 fatalities.

Indeed, even as Gujarat is seeing a decrease in new instances of Covid, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Friday reported that evening time limit in four significant urban communities will stay set up for the following 15 days as a careful step. The Gujarat CM further asked individuals to be quiet and help out the experts for a couple of more days.

According to Rupani, Covid cases have gone under control in light of the burden of night time limitation in November 2020 in Surat, Ahmedabad, Vadodara and Rajkot.

“The night curfew after 10 pm will continue for 15 more days in all four cities. There will be no relaxation for now, as there is a drastic decrease in new cases (because of curfew). People need to have patience and cooperate with the authorities,” he told the media in Jamnagar.

He added that a choice with respect to lifting the time limit will be made at a suitable time.

Following an unexpected expansion in Covid cases after Diwali in 2020, the Gujarat government had forced a night time limitation in four significant urban communities. Prior, individuals were restricted from leaving their homes from 9 pm-6 am each day in these urban communities. In any case, the circumstance was of late reexamined to 10 pm till 6 am.

At the point when the Gujarat government had chosen to force night time limit, 1,500-1,600 new COVID-19 cases were being accounted for every day in Gujarat. Eminently, the majority of the cases were from the four urban areas.

As of now, there are 4,73,832 individuals under isolate in Gujarat, remembering 111 for various government offices.

In the wake of COVID-19, the Gujarat government had dropped its yearly International Kite Festival held every year during the celebration of ‘Uttarayan’.

Night curfew stretched out in Ahmedabad till additional notice

Ahmedabad, Night curfew in Ahmedabad was reached out on Monday till additional notification to check the spread of COVID-19 in the Gujarat city, police said.

The move comes a day after Ahmedabad announced 306 new COVID-19 cases, the most elevated in Gujarat, taking the count in the area to 52,030, according to legitimate figures.

Prior, the night time limit became effective in the city on November 23 and was stretched out till December 7.

In another warning gave on Monday morning, city Police Commissioner Sanjay Srivastava declared expansion of the night time limitation till additional requests.

“There will be a curfew between 9 pm and 6 am beginning December 7 until further order in this regard,” the order said.

“People must remain indoors during this period. They must not stand on roads, streets or public places and not move around on foot or in vehicles during this period,” it said.

The warning likewise reported relaxations for some particular administrations.

It said staff of the police, common protection, Central Armed Police Forces, fire and crisis administrations, homeguards, news sources, ATM activities and private security offices have been absolved.

Dissemination of milk and water, specialists, clinical work force and LPG gracefully have likewise been barred from the domain of the night time limit.

Individuals discovered abusing the check in time standards will be reserved under Indian Penal Code Section 188 (rebellion to arrange appropriately declared by community worker), and applicable areas of the Disaster Management Act, said the notice.

A comparative night check in time has additionally been implemented in Rajkot, Vadodara and Surat since November 21.