Haryana Govt imposes new Covid restrictions in five districts

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Haryana Govt imposes new Covid restrictions in five districts

The offices, both government and private, are ordered to operate on 50% staff attendance.

Haryana Govt imposes new Covid restrictions in five districts

As the Omicron cases are on a rise in Haryana, the State Government has imposed some Covid restrictions on five districts, including Gurugram, Faridabad, Ambala, Panchkula & Sonipat.

The restrictions, announced on January 1, 2022, and implemented from January 2, 2022, and will stay till January 12, 2022.
Under these restrictions, the offices, both government and private, are ordered to operate on 50 percent staff attendance. 'No mask, No service' rule has also been implemented and the managers and owners are ordered to ensure strict adherence to it.

The cinema halls, restaurants and gyms are to operate at 50 percent capacity with strict adherence to Covid protocol.
However, all educational institutions like schools, colleges, coaching, and training institutes will remain closed.

The order also states that eligible people must be vaccinated as soon as possible. Only fully vaccinated people are to be allowed in departmental stores, ration shops, banks, malls and petrol pumps. Those awaiting their second dose will need to verify their vaccination status.

Those who will be seen violating Covid restrictions will be fined Rs 500.