AGARTALA: With decline in variety of Covid-19 instances, the Tripura authorities relaxed evening curfew timings and different restrictions from Tuesday whereas urging the general public to proceed following Covid-19 applicable behaviour.
According to the revised Covid-19 notification, the evening curfew will likely be imposed from 10 pm to five pm until February 10. Earlier, it was in impact from 8 pm to five am.
The revised restrictions got here a day after lessons of all the faculties have been resumed.
“The state of affairs has been reviewed intimately by the State Government and it’s felt crucial to change Corona restrictions within the State; …Corona Night Curfew is imposed all through the State from 10 PM to five AM, “ says the order signed by chief secretary and chairman of State Executive Committee of Tripura Disaster Management Authority.
According to the notification, film theatres, multiplexes, gymnasiums, sports activities complexes are allowed with 50 p.c capability, all spiritual locations and marriage halls are allowed to stay open following the Covid-19 pointers. The authorities has additionally instructed 100% attendance in all the federal government and non-government workplaces and video-conferencing conferences. Frequent sanitization of workplaces have additionally been mandated.
The evening curfew began from January 18-30 because the state witnessed 10.72 p.c Covid-19 positivity fee. However, presently the positivity fee has declined to three.53 p.c.
The state reported 79 contemporary Covid-19 instances with 4 deaths prior to now 24 hours, in keeping with newest well being division experiences.
A complete of 49,41,939 Covid-19 vaccine doses, together with each first and second doses, have been administered until the newest report of the Health Department. The state has a complete of 694640 doses in inventory.
Besides curfew restrictions, the state authorities imposed a effective of Rs. 200 for not carrying facemasks in public, if caught for the primary time, Rs. 400 for repeated violations and Rs. 1,000 for violating social distancing or dwelling isolation norms.
A complete of Rs. 79,400 has been collected from the violators throughout the state for not carrying facemasks on Monday, in keeping with a press communique issued by the state police.