It was said in the order that, the state government has also given permission for marriage ceremonies. Under this, marriage ceremonies can be organized with a maximum of 200 guests or 50 percent of the capacity of the wedding venue, whichever is less.
West Bengal (West Bengal) Government released COVID-19 in the state (Covid-19) The restrictions were extended till 31 January on Saturday. Along with the COVID-19 guidelines (Covid-19 Guidelines) has been allowed to organize fairs in open grounds in a very limited manner. This information has been given in an official order. The state government has also allowed marriage ceremonies. Under this, marriage ceremonies can be organized with a maximum of 200 guests or 50 percent of the capacity of the wedding venue, whichever is less.
The order issued by Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi said, “Restriction and relaxation measures and advisories have been extended till January 31. Marriage related functions will be held at a time with a maximum of 200 people or 50% of the seating capacity of the hall/venue whichever is less. Following the COVID-19 protocol, the fair can be allowed in open spaces in a very limited manner.
Night curfew from 10 am to 5 pm
Except for health, law and order, transportation of essential commodities including agricultural produce, and other emergency services, all outdoor activities including movement of people and vehicles will be strictly prohibited between 10 pm and 5 am. District administration, police and local officials have been asked to ensure strict compliance of the instructions. This order has come after the State Election Commission postponed the elections to four municipal corporations in view of the rising COVID-19 cases.
Elections postponed in Bengal
In view of the increasing cases of corona virus in West Bengal, the State Election Commission (WBSEC) has decided to postpone the municipal elections till February 12. The Election Commission, after a meeting with the state government, issued a notification saying that the elections in Asansol, Bidhannagar, Siliguri and Chandannagar scheduled for January 22 have been postponed till February 12. In the last 24 hours, 22,645 new cases of corona virus were reported, after which the total number of cases increased to 1,863,697. At the same time, 28 patients died, after which the total death toll increased to 20013. 8,687 patients were cured, after which the total number of patients who were cured so far increased to 1,698,201. There are 145,483 active patients in the state.
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