The number of such districts in the state has now increased to 67 where there are less than 600 patients, so the corona curfew has been relaxed in these districts. A government statement on Saturday said that the night curfew will be in force from 7 pm to 7 am.
Lucknow. The Uttar Pradesh government on Saturday announced relaxation of Corona curfew in Bareilly and Bulandshahr districts from Monday, June 7. In these two districts, except in the Kovid-19 prohibited areas, shops and markets will be allowed to open five days a week from 7 am to 7 pm, while they will remain closed for the whole day on Saturday and Sunday. The number of such districts in the state has now increased to 67 where there are less than 600 patients, so the corona curfew has been relaxed in these districts. A government statement on Saturday said that the night curfew will be applicable from 7 pm to 7 am, but the corona curfew will be applicable on Saturday and Sunday.
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During this it will be mandatory to follow the Kovid rules. According to the statement, the number of infection cases has come down to less than 600 in 67 districts of the state. Earlier, the state government had relaxed the corona curfew in 55 out of 75 districts. According to the statement, the continuous efforts towards keeping the state safe from the corona epidemic are yielding good results. So far five crore 10 lakh 32 thousand 967 investigations have been conducted in Uttar Pradesh. In the last 24 hours, 1,092 new cases of infection have been reported. In the same period, 4,346 people have become healthy. In this way, a total of 16 lakh 56 thousand 763 people have become infection free so far.
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