In Haryana from January 1, such people will not be able to travel in trains and roadways buses.


New Delhi: The cases of corona variant Omicron are increasing gradually in the country. On Friday, Omicron had the highest number of 108 patients in Maharashtra. Here, in view of the threat from the third wave of Corona, the Haryana government has decided to impose night curfew from 25 December. During the night curfew, there will be a ban on the movement of people in the state from 11 pm to 5 am.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that in view of the possibility of increasing cases of Omicron in the state, the government will take many more strict steps from January 1. From January 1, both doses of vaccination have been made mandatory for admission in all government institutions of the state.

Along with this, only 50% of the total capacity will be called in programs to be held in open and indoor. A maximum of 200 people will be able to gather in indoor program and maximum 300 people in open program.

Presiding over the covid review meeting in Chandigarh, CM Manohar Lal said that the focus should be on making people more and more aware to stop the cases of Omicron.

Along with this, more attention is also needed on vaccination. All people should be motivated to get both doses of vaccination. The CM also directed the Health Department to complete all kinds of preparations to deal with the corona cases.

Those who do not get the corona vaccine will not be allowed to go to public places. From January 1, 2022, it will be necessary to have both doses of the vaccine even for travel in trains and roadways buses. In government banks, hotels, restaurants, marriage palaces, malls, cinemas, only those people will be allowed who have got both doses of the vaccine.