NEW DELHI: West Bengal government on Monday extended the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions in the state till July 1.
Essential services will continue operating following protocols, the chief minister Mamata Banerjee said.
West Bengal’s Covid-19 tally rose to 14,61,257 on Sunday as 3,984 more people tested positive for the infection, while 84 fresh fatalities pushed the state’s coronavirus death toll to 16,896.
North 24 Parganas district recorded the highest number of new cases at 597, followed by 426 in Kolkata.
Here’s what is open and closed:
-Bus, Train, Metro or waterways services to remain suspended.
-Private vehicles/ to function only for emergency service.
-All government offices with 25% strength will function from June 16.
-Private/corporate offices to remain open with 25% employees from 10-4pm. E-pass required.
-Offices asked to arrange transportation for employees.
-Relaxation on auto services for medical purposes
-Only vaccinated people allowed inside parks between 6am to 9am for morning walks.
-Markets to remain open between 7am-11am.
-Other retail shops to remain open between 11am-6pm.
-Restaurants and bars to open between 12-8pm with 50% sitting capacity.
-All schools/educational institutions to remain closed.
-Games and sports can resume in stadiums without spectators.
-Gyms, beauty parlour, salons & cinema halls to remain closed.
-Night curfew to remain in place between 9pm to 5am.