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Night curfew imposed in these two states, new guidelines issued, know here

The cases of the new variant Omicron of Corona are increasing very fast across the country. In view of this, night curfew has also been imposed in these two states. Actually, seeing the increase in infection due to Omicron, the governments of Kerala and Uttarakhand have given instructions to impose night curfew in the state. The Kerala government has directed the imposition of night curfew from December 30 to January 2, which will be in force from 11.00 pm to 5.30 am. Omicron cases are increasing continuously in Kerala, so far 57 cases have been reported in the state.

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So at the same time, keeping in mind the Omicron variant, the Government of Uttarakhand has given instructions to impose night curfew from tonight i.e. December 27. Night curfew will be in force from 11.00 pm to 5.30 am. During this all essential services will continue and movement for essential work will be allowed. Omicron cases have increased from 1 to 4 in Uttarakhand, as 3 new infected cases were registered recently. To curb its spread, the government has started imposing restrictions.

Let us tell you that the total number of infected people of the new variant Omicron in the country has crossed 600. Delhi has overtaken Maharashtra in terms of Omicron infected. Delhi now has the maximum number of 142 cases. At the same time, Maharashtra remains in second place with 141 infected. Apart from this, Gujarat 49, Telangana 44, Kerala 57, Tamil Nadu 34, Karnataka 38, Rajasthan 43, Haryana 10, Madhya Pradesh 9, Odisha 8, Andhra Pradesh 6, P. Omicron cases have also been reported in Bengal 6, Jammu and Kashmir 3, Uttar Pradesh 2, Chandigarh 3, Ladakh 1, Uttarakhand 4, Himachal 1.

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