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RT-PCR test made mandatory for people entering Rajasthan

Rajasthan government has announced lockdown-like restrictions with immediate effect in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the state. According to a circular issued by the Rajasthan government, the RT-PCR test has been made mandatory for people entering the state and those traveling outside and returning back.

Classes from 1 to 9 will remain suspended and not more than 100 people will be allowed at weddings. Cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes will be closed with immediate effect.

District Magistrates can impose night curfews but they will be required to seek the government’s permission for imposing curfew before 8 pm or after 6 am. Also, restaurants will have to abide by the night curfew but takeaway and delivery services will remain operational.

 

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