The Haryana government on Saturday extended the COVID19 lockdown in the state by another week till August 2 to curb the spread of the pandemic. The order issued by Deputy Commissioner Gurugram also announced further modifications to relaxations.
— Joint Director (NCR) IPR, GURUGRAM (@diprogurugram1) July 25, 2021
As per the order, restaurants in malls are allowed to open with 50 per cent capacity from 10 am to 11 pm and standalone restaurants from 8 am to 11 pm while adhering to COVID19 protocols.
The order also allows universities, institutions, government departments, and recruitment agencies to conduct entrance and recruitment examinations subject with Covid-appropriate behavior.
Apart from this, relaxation announced earlier with respect to the opening of shops, malls, restaurants, religious places, corporate offices will continue to be in force.
The lockdown was first declared on May 3 in view of the prevailing Covid situation. Previously, the lockdown was extended till 5 am on July 26.
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