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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Night curfew in 4 cities of the state from tomorrow till March 31 from 10 pm to 6 am, government decision announced

Night curfew in 4 cities of the state from tomorrow till March 31 from 10 pm to 6 am, government decision announced

Today (Tuesday) night curfew will be from 12 noon to 6 am
Ahmedabad matches will also be played without spectators

In view of the increasing number of cores in the state, the state government has decided to implement night curfew in four metros Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat and Rajkot from 10 pm to 6 am from March 17, 2021. This system of night curfew will be in force till March 31, 2021. The state government has decided to maintain the previous system of night curfew in all the four metros till Tuesday, March 16, i.e. from 12 pm to 6 am.

The night curfew imposed in four metros of the state - Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot and Vadodara - expired yesterday. A night curfew has been decided based on Corona's condition at today's core committee meeting. He said that the decision on which area to keep night curfew in which area will be announced by evening. He said there has been one case of coronavirus being positive.

Corona cases are on the rise across the state, including Ahmedabad, where the night curfew has expired . The night curfew, on the other hand, expired only yesterday. In it, the Deputy Chief Minister has discussed with the Municipal Commissioners to take steps to prevent the transmission of Corona and instructed them to take a decision at the local level. DyCM Nitinbhai Patel said cases of corona are on the rise in the state. Manpa commissioners are also allowed to take appropriate decision and take necessary steps.
Eating and drinking stalls closed
after 10 pm Earlier, it was decided to close hotels, restaurants, eateries, malls, gallas and tea stalls in 8 areas after 10 pm due to increasing cases of corona in Ahmedabad city. In this regard, the Municipal Corporation yesterday decided that hotels and restaurants in Jodhpur, South Bopal, Navrangpura, Bodakdev, Thaltej, Gota Paldi, Ghatlodia and Maninagar would remain closed after 10 pm. The Manekchowk and Raipur food and beverage markets in the city will also be closed.

The GCA decided to play the next matches behind closed doors after considering discussions with the BCCI

In
a statement issued to the Gujarat Cricket Association at 10 pm on Monday, the India-England T20 match between India and England at the Narendra Modi Stadium on March 16, 18 and 20 will be played without spectators, a statement issued to the Gujarat Cricket Association said. Refunds will be given to spectators who purchase tickets as well. The GCA has decided to play the next matches behind closed doors after considering discussions with the BCCI. As well as a policy on refunds of tickets for the remaining three matches. As well as those who have been given free tickets are requested not to visit the stadium.




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