Corona cases are decreasing continuously in Gujarat. It seems that Gujarat has succeeded in overcoming the second wave of Corona. Not a single case of death came in the last 10 days.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. (file photo)
The cases of corona virus are decreasing continuously in Gujarat. The good news is that not a single patient has died in the last 10 days. In view of this, the government has given some relief. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani took the core committee meeting on Wednesday. During this, the corona curfew has been reduced by one hour in 8 important cities. Earlier the corona curfew was from 11 pm to 6 pm. At the same time, it has been reduced from 10 o’clock to 6 o’clock. Hotels and restaurants will be able to remain open till 10 pm.
More than 400 people can gather in the program to be held at any open place from July 31. At the same time, the program can be held in a closed place or hall with 50 percent seating capacity. In view of the Ganesh festival, the government has decided that only an idol of 4 feet can be installed.
Gujarat overcomes second wave
Gujarat | 400 persons to be allowed in public ceremonies in open spaces in the state from July 31. Functions with up to 50% of seating capacity allowed in closed spaces. Installation of a maximum of 4 ft Ganesha statue in public permitted for the upcoming Ganeshotsav
— ANI (@ANI) July 28, 2021
Corona cases are decreasing continuously in Gujarat. It seems that Gujarat has succeeded in overcoming the second wave of Corona. In the last 10 days, there has not been a single case of death due to corona. In view of this, the Gujarat government has opened schools for the students of class 9 to 12. Education Minister Bhupendra Singh said that now the government is considering opening schools for small children with some guidelines.
RT-PCR test becomes cheaper
The Gujarat government has paid the cost of testing of corona by private labs. The government has decided that till now the investigation to be done for Rs 700 will be done for Rs 400. Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel said that private labs can only charge a maximum of Rs 555 for RT-PCR samples by visiting homes and hospitals. Till now it was Rs 900.
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