COVID-19 in Punjab: Night Curfew in Hotspots, Curbs on Indoor, Outdoor Gatherings From March 1

COVID-19 in Punjab: Night Curfew in Hotspots, Curbs on Indoor, Outdoor Gatherings From March 1

India.com

Coronavirus in Punjab: Taking preventive measures to prevent the rising of coronavirus cases in the state, the Punjab government on Tuesday ordered strict curbs on both indoor and outdoor gatherings from March 1. Issuing an order, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh authorised deputy commissioners (DCs) to impose night-curfew in COVID-19 hotspots in their districts if needed.

Holding a virtual review meeting of the COVID-19 situation in Punjab, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh issued orders to limit indoor gatherings to 100 people and outdoor events to 200 attendees from March 1. Moreover, he directed that face masks and social distancing norms be strictly enforced.

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