“Night curfew will be completely lifted in the state from August 1,” the assertion stated.
Apart from this, all outlets shall be allowed to stay open until eight pm, whereas eating places can function until 10 pm, it said.
In retaining with the Centre’s pointers, the state authorities has determined to not permit faculties, teaching courses, and cinema halls to open within the month of August.
“The state will follow the guidelines of the Centre regarding things that are not allowed to be open (like schools etc),” the discharge said.
Rupani had on Wednesday stated the state authorities’s intention was to make sure that the lethal an infection doesn’t unfold at the same time as financial actions proceed within the state.
Religious capabilities won’t be allowed for upcoming festivals in August and if the COVID-19 scenario continues like this, festivals like Navratri won’t be noticed, the chief minister stated.
Starting August 1, residents stepping out with out masks shall be fined Rs 500 versus the earlier penalty of Rs 200, he had stated.
Gujarat has up to now reported over 59,000 instances of coronavirus an infection, whereas the toll stood at 2,396 within the state.