Following the slowdown of the third wave of the corona outbreak in Rajasthan, the government has changed the Corona rules once more. Although the death toll in the state is close to 20. The updated new rules (Covid-19 new guidelines) announced by the state government's Home Department will take effect on February 5. The night curfew has now been eliminated across the state, and authorization has been granted to open all religious places, according to the new standards. Aside from that, currently, 250 individuals will be permitted to attend the state's wedding ceremony.
Let us inform you that, as stated in the Corona Guidelines announced on January 28th, the administration intends to open the 10th and 12th schools on February 1st. Simultaneously, directives were issued to begin courses from the sixth through ninth grades on February 10. However, the youngsters will only be sent to school with their parent's approval. At the same time, the weekend curfew in Rajasthan was abolished under the new guidelines.
According to the state government's amended standards, all religious establishments in the state will now be open. At the same time, people can visit religious sites while adhering to all of Corona's standards. At the same time, the state's night curfew has been repealed. Let us remind you that marketplaces were formerly permitted to remain open until 10 p.m. In addition, directives have been issued to closely adhere to the Covid criteria in the markets.
The new standards allow for a maximum of 250 individuals to attend a wedding ceremony in the state. Bandwagoners, on the other hand, will not be included in this figure. The administration had previously authorised 100 guests to attend the wedding ceremony.
According to previously announced instructions, it has been made essential in Rajasthan to administer a double dosage of corona vaccine beginning February 1, after which anyone over the age of 18 is forbidden from entering government and private organisations without immunisation. At the same time, anyone who violates the instructions in any manner would face legal prosecution under the Rajasthan Epidemic Act, 2020.