Rajasthan COVID Guidelines Revised: Religious Programmes Can Be Held With Maximum 200 People; Night Curfew to Remain in Place


JAIPUR: The Rajasthan government on Monday further relaxed its COVID-19 guidelines, allowing religious events to have a maximum attendance of 200 people between 6 am and 10 pm. Guidelines were relaxed amid the festive season across the country. The revised order was issued by Home Secretary Abhay Kumar to all district collectors and superintendents of police. The guidelines state that all functions can be held after prior permission of the district magistrate concerned. Recently, the state government also increased the number of guests at wedding ceremonies from 50 to 200. Also Read – 20-year-old Rajasthan girl spends a day as British High Commissioner to India

Rajasthan government issues revised COVID guidelines; Allows religious events with a maximum attendance of 200 people (at least partially vaccinated); Night curfew will be in place every day between 10 pm and 5 am pic.twitter.com/LpaOcnn2Xy

— ANI (@ANI) 11 October 2021

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As per the guidelines, a maximum of 200 people, who have received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, will be allowed to attend religious events. Such programs can be organized from 6 am to 10 pm only with the prior permission of the concerned District Magistrate. Also Read – Karnataka Minister Makes Shocking Remark, Says Modern Indian Women Want To Be Single; not ready to give birth even after marriage

Apart from this, events like Haat Bazaar and Pashu Haat Mela have also been approved in the new guideline. Similarly, keeping in view the festive season, permission has been given to open shops in the markets from 10 pm.

The guideline states, ‘All shops, shopping malls and commercial establishments are allowed to open till 10 am. Outlets like petrol pump-CNG have been allowed to open on time. The state government also said that the night curfew will continue every day between 11 pm and 5 am.

Meanwhile, according to Health and Family Welfare, there are 37 active cases in the state.

(with ANI inputs)


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