Jaipur: In the fourth phase of the lockdown that started on Monday, the Rajasthan government announced new guidelines regarding the lockdown. The state government issued a new guideline saying that no more than 5 people can gather at any place. Curfew will prevail in the state from 7 pm to 7 am. Apart from this, shopping malls, schools-educational-sports-party-religious places will remain closed.
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- State Government Guidelines issued, Pan-gutkha and tobacco will be completely banned
- No more than 50 persons can attend the wedding ceremony, permission has to be taken from SDM before the wedding ceremony, strict action will be taken for violation of social distancing.
- There will be a ban on any kind of activity in the Containment Zone, only the supply of essential items will remain, people go out to shop wearing masks.
- Salons will be opened in the state with conditions, strict action will be taken for violation of social distancing.
- Private-government offices will open with 50 percent of employees, prohibiting exiting the house without a mask.
- Auto-bus service will start in Green Zone, Bus-Auto service in Orange Zone will run with conditions.
- No more than 5 people can gather at any place, curfew situation will remain in the state from 7 pm to 7 am.
- Shopping malls, schools-educational-spouses-party-religious places will remain closed.
- Within the district in transit and without permission to go to another district, the Home Department will first see the route after that the bus will be started.
- The old orders for going out of the state will remain in force.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that the state will follow Lockdown 4 only under the guidelines of the Central Government. CM Gehlot said that in view of the current situation, schools, cinemas and malls would have to be closed.