Night curfew in eight Rajasthan cities; travellers entering state need to carry COVID-19 negative report

As per the new rules, the government has imposed a night curfew in eight Rajasthan cities starting from March 22 between 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Due to the surge in coronavirus cases, the government has imposed a night curfew in eight Rajasthan cities while also making it compulsory for the visitors entering the state to carry COVID-19 negative report.

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The night curfew will start from 11 p.m. from March 22 in Ajmer, Bhilwara, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur, Sagwada (Dungarpur), and Kushalgarh (Banswara). It will continue till 5 a.m. as per the rules.

However, from March 25, travellers will need to carry the negative report for Coronavirus which should not be older than 72 hours.

In case the report of the travellers are found to be positive, they will have to remain in quarantine for 15 days.

The government has also ordered to close the markets in all the cities by 10 p.m. along with closing all primary schools.

The health and administrative officials will also be using appropriate measures to enforce the rules. To control the spike in cases, they will also be monitoring gatherings.

Rajasthan has recorded a total of 3,25,000 Coronavirus cases as of March 22.

Also Read: Night curfew in four Gujarat cities to start from March 17

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