Latest COVID Guidelines for Delhi, Haryana and Tamil Nadu

COVID-19 cases in some states in the country may have taken a dip, but the situation is not yet under control. This is why the authorities are constantly updating the new guidelines to prevent the spread.

Here are the updated rules for Delhi, Haryana and Tamil Nadu.

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Delhi

Owing to a decline in the number of COVID cases in Delhi, the state government has lifted the weekend curfew. However, the night curfew will still continue from 10 pm to 5 am on all days.

Markets/market complexes/malls are allowed to remain open from 10 am to 8 pm without the restriction of odd-even.

Cinema halls/theatres/multiplexes are allowed to operate with 50% of their seating capacity.

Restaurants shall be allowed to operate with 50% of their seating capacity from 8 am to 10 pm, while bars can remain open from 12 pm to 10 pm. 

See the full order here:

Haryana 

In its latest order dated 26th January 2022, the Haryana Government has extended the guidelines of ‘Mahamari Surakshit Haryana’ till 10th February.

A night curfew is already in force in the state from 10 pm to 5 am.

Cinemas/theatres/multiplexes shall remain closed.

All sports complexes, swimming pools, gyms and stadiums shall remain closed. Only the sportspersons training for participation in national and international events are allowed.

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

See the official order here:

Tamil Nadu 

The Tamil Nadu Government has withdrawn the night curfew imposed in the state from 10 pm to 5 am. It has also revoked the order for a complete lockdown on Sunday. Therefore, there won’t be a lockdown in the state this Sunday (30th January). 

School and colleges will reopen from 1st February.

Restaurants/salons/gyms/cinemas are allowed to operate with 50% of their capacity.

Not more than 100 people are allowed in marriage functions, while only 50 are allowed in funerals.

Places of worship shall remain open on all days.

See the official order here:

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

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