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In Haryana, red zone restrictions were imposed in 11 districts including Gurugram and Faridabad

The third wave of the corona virus, which wreaked havoc in the country in the first and second waves, has arrived. Its impact can be seen in a variety of states. As a result, all states have begun to impose restrictions at the state level. Corona has declared red zones in a total of 11 Haryana districts in this episode.

The third wave of the corona virus, which wreaked havoc in the country in the first and second waves, has arrived. Due to Corona, 11 districts in Haryana have been declared red zones to deal with the storm. Except for essential services, all shops, malls, and markets in these districts will be allowed to stay open until 6 p.m.

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What are the constraints in 11 districts?

In Haryana, red zone
In Haryana, red zone

New restrictions have been imposed in the 11 districts of Panchkula, Gurugram, Faridabad, Ambala, Sonipat, Karnal, Panipat, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Rohtak, and Jhajjar. These restrictions are imposed based on the number of positive cases that occur on a daily basis. In these areas, all cinemas, theatres, and multiplexes will be closed. Aside from that, all sporting facilities, stadiums, and swimming pools will be closed.

Only national and international level training players, as well as national and international level games, will be permitted on the premises. The stadium will be closed to outsiders and spectators. All entertainment parks and business-to-business exhibitions will be prohibited in these 11 districts.

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In private offices, a maximum of 50% of the staff is permitted.

Furthermore, offices of all government and private institutions in these 11 districts have been advised to work with half-staff, except for emergency and essential services. Malls and markets in these 11 districts, including Panchkula, can only stay open until 6 p.m. In addition, bars and restaurants in these areas will have a 50% seating capacity. These restrictions will be in effect until January 12, 2022, at 5 a.m.

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