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Assam Lockdown: Curfew Timing to Change with Revised SOP – Check Timing

Assam Lockdown: Curfew Timing to Change with Revised SOP - Check Timing
Assam Lockdown: Curfew Timing to Change with Revised SOP - Check Timing

Guwahati: Looking at the coronavirus situation, the Assam authorities on Tuesday revised the Assam Lockdown guidelines within the state and stated the brand new lockdown might be in place until June 21. Issuing the brand new order, the state authorities stated that the corona curfew might be noticed from 2 PM to 5 AM day by day in Kamrup Metropolitan District.  The curfew might be noticed from 5 PM to 5 AM in South Salama, Majuli, Bongaigaon, Chirang, Udalguri, West Karbi Anglong, Dima Hasao and Charaideo districts as covid circumstances are exhibiting lower than 400 within the final 10 days.

The order issued by the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) and signed by Chief Secretary Jishnu Barua listed a brand new set of tips, which might be under pressure from 5 AM on June 16 until 5 AM on June 22. Also read –Explained: Why You Need To Link PAN with Aadhaar Card Must By June 30 – How to Do it Via Income Tax Website

“The situation of COVID-19 in the State has been reviewed and observed that, though the number of COVID-19 patients and positivity rate is declining in some districts, the overall situation is still precarious,” the order acknowledged.

The ASDMA stated ample measures for each city and rural areas are nonetheless essential for the containment of COVID- 19 throughout the state. Also Read – Assam students approach SC seeking cancellation of Class 10, 12 board exams



A full Record of Guidelines:

  1. The state authorities, nevertheless, banned the inter-district motion of individuals.
  2. The state authorities stated the workers who’ve to take each the dose of vaccine can attend the workplace instantly.
  3. All retailers can operate until 1 PM in Kamrup district, until 12 PM in remainder of the districts.
  4. The organizations rendering important companies will proceed to work.
  5. Districts the place the full variety of cumulative circumstances and per day circumstances are nonetheless exhibiting persistently excessive numbers, particularly Cachar, Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Sonitpur and Nagaon, might be beneath shut watch until 21 June, 2021.
  6. In case there isn’t a enhancement within the COVID standing in these districts, stricter restrictions might observe, the ASDMA stated.
  7. Regarding the functioning of the presidency and personal workplaces, retailers, eating places and different industrial institutions, the ASDMA stated all such locations have to shut down one hour previous to the beginning of the curfew, which has totally different timing in several districts.
  8. The state authorities additionally stated that every instructional establishment, together with colleges, faculties and universities, shall proceed to supply high-quality digital choices with a complete ban on any bodily courses.



Assam Lockdown: Curfew Timing to Change with Revised SOP - Check Timing
SOP of Assam Govt for Lockdown

The improvement comes because the state on Monday reported 43 extra COVID-19 deaths and three,678 new circumstances taking the caseload to 4,63,175, National Health Mission bulletin stated. The loss of life toll within the state elevated to three,994 whereas the variety of lively circumstances is at the moment is 39,362.

Five deaths every had been reported from Golaghat and Tinsukia, adopted by 4 in Dibrugarh, three every in Barpeta, Cachar, Kamrup Metro, and Karbi Anglong whereas Baksa, Chirang, Darrang, and Kamrup Rural reported two deaths every.

Bishwanath, Bongaigaon, Dhubri, Hojai, Kokrajhar, Nalbari, Sivasagar, Sonitpur, and Udalguri reported one loss of life every.

The present loss of life fee is 0.86 % and the variety of COVID-19 optimistic sufferers dying attributable to different causes is 1,347.

The 3,678 new circumstances detected in the course of the day embrace amongst others 281 from Cachar, 268 from Tinsukia, 266 from Dibrugarh, 259 from Sonitour, and 232 from Kamrup Metro.