haryana: Mahamari alert in 5 districts of Haryana due to rise in Covid cases | Chandigarh News


CHANDIGARH: The Haryana State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) on Saturday imposed restrictions in Gurugram, Faridabad, Ambala, Panchkula and Sonipat as they reported a surge in the Covid-19 cases.
Mahamari alert surakshit Haryana restrictions are announced for January 2-12. Chief secretary Sanjeev Kaushal, chairman of executive committee of SDMA, released the orders.
According to the alert, besides cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes, sports complexes, stadia and swimming pools will also remain closed (except being used for training of sports persons for participation in national/international sports events as well as for organising national/international sports events). No spectators or visitors are to be allowed.
School, colleges, polytechnics, ITIs, coaching institutions, libraries and training institutes (whether government or private), anganwadi centres and creches under women and child development department will remain closed too.
For funerals and marriages, only 50 and 100 persons, respectively, are allowed, subject to strict observance of Covid-appropriate behavioural norms and social distancing.
Markets are allowed to open till 5pm. Bars and restaurants are allowed to operate with 50% seating capacity ater verification of vaccination status.
While all entertainment parks and B2B exhibitions are prohibited, offices, both government and private, except for emergency/essential services, are advised to function with 50% attendance.Only fully vaccinated persons are allowed to enter sabzi mandis, grain markets, bus stands, railway stations, parks, religious places, bars, restaurants, hotels, departmental stores, ration shops, liquor and wine shops, malls, shopping complexes, cinema hall, haats, local markets, petrol and CNG stations, LPG gas cylinder collection centres, sugar mills, milk booths, yogshalas, gym, fitness centres, all government/board/corporation offices, private and government sector banks. The onus of ensuring this will be on the owners/management of these institutions.

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