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West Bengal Extends COVID-19 Curbs Till August 15. Here’s What Is Allowed

COVID-19 curbs in Bengal that had been imposed on May 16 had been final prolonged until July 30, now August 15

Kolkata:

Keeping in thoughts the warning of specialists a few doable third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Bengal authorities right now prolonged the prevailing restrictions until August 15, but in addition introduced sure relaxations.

The administration allowed authorities programmes at indoor services with 50 per cent seating capability, based on an order.

Buses, taxis, autorickshaws have been permitted to function with 50 per cent capability.

Offices, each authorities and personal, are additionally allowed to perform with half the manpower, it mentioned

The restrictions, imposed on May 16, had been final prolonged until July 30.

All the district administrations had been requested to make sure strict compliance of directives associated to sporting of masks and social distancing.

“Any violation of the restriction measures will be liable to be proceeded against as per the provisions of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 and relevant sections of the IPC,” the order said.
 

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