Assam, Uttar Pradesh and J&K Issue New COVID Guidelines

COVID cases in India have seen a considerable dip in the last few days. Owing to this, many states and UTs have withdrawn/eased the restrictions that were imposed earlier. 

Here are the updated guidelines for Assam, Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.

Also Read: Latest COVID Guidelines for Chandigarh, Tripura, HP and Meghalaya

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As per the latest order, the Government of Assam has withdrawn all the COVID restrictions from the state. 

However, non-vaccinated people are still restricted from entering any public places, except hospitals. People need to carry proof of being fully vaccinated while visiting public places. 

These guidelines came into effect from 6 am today i.e. 15th February. 

See the official order here:

Uttar Pradesh

The Uttar Pradesh Government has allowed restaurants, hotels and food joints to function. These establishments must adhere to COVID appropriate behaviour. 

Gyms are allowed to open. However, swimming pools and water parks shall still remain closed. 

All government and private offices are allowed to operate with full capacity. 

These guidelines came into effect from 14th February. 

See the order here:

Jammu and Kashmir

Cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes, restaurants, clubs, gyms and swimming pools are allowed to operate with 25% of their capacity. These places need to follow COVID appropriate behaviour at all times.

Indoor gatherings are restricted to 50% of the capacity of the venue.

Banquet halls in all districts of J&K are also permitted to allow gatherings of up to 50% of their capacity (preferably in open spaces). Attendees must, however, carry a verifiable RT-PCR or Rapid Antigen Test report that is no older than 72 hours.

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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