Latest COVID Guidelines for 5 Indian Destinations

The COVID cases in the country have seen a considerable dip in the last few days. As a result, many states and UTs have slowly started relaxing their guidelines. 

Here are the updated rules for Chandigarh, Mumbai, Haryana, Gujarat and Uttarakhand.

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Chandigarh has relaxed the night curfew timings, which will now be imposed from 12:30 am to 5:00 am on all days.

Outdoor gatherings are restricted to 200 people, while only 100 people are allowed in indoor events. The total number of persons should not exceed 50% of the capacity of the venue in both cases.

All hotels/restaurants/cafes/eating shops, including home delivery are allowed to function up to 12:00 midnight. 

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Owing to a decline in COVID cases in the city, the night curfew has been fully withdrawn

Beaches, gardens, parks and local tourist spots are allowed to remain open as per the normal timing. 

Amusement/theme parks, water parks and swimming pools are allowed to function with 50% of their capacity. 

Restaurants, theatres and natyagrihas are allowed to operate with 50% of their seating capacity as per the normal timing.

Marriages may have guests up to 25% of the capacity of the open ground and banquet halls or 200 people (whichever is lower). 

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The current COVID restrictions in Haryana shall stay into effect till 10th February. 

Adding to its last order released on 26th January, the state government has allowed the cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes to operate with 50% of their capacity. All these places need to strictly follow COVID appropriate behaviour.

Also, the malls and markets are allowed to stay open till 7 pm instead of 6 pm.

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According to the media sources, the Gujarat Government has extended the night curfew till 11th February. It shall stay in force from 10 pm to 6 am.

Wedding ceremonies held in closed venues are restricted to 150 people, while 300 people are allowed in open spaces. 

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As per the media sources, the Uttarakhand Government has relaxed the night curfew timings by two hours. The curfew shall stay into force from 11 pm to 5 am. 

Hotels, restaurants, dhabas, shopping malls, cinema halls, gyms, auditoriums are allowed to operate with 50% of their capacity. However, swimming pools and water parks shall remain closed till 11th February.

Similarly, marriage and funeral events can be organized with 50% of the capacity of the venue. 

Please refer to our COVID guidelines page if you wish to know the travel rules for the states/UTs. 

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