States Reintroduce Restrictions, Although Most Governors Rule Against Total Lockdown

RANCHI: Jharkhand reinstated pandemic restrictions on Monday, shutting down educational institutes, parks, tourist attractions, gyms, and swimming pools until January 15, as state officials considered making real-time adjustments in response to soaring coronavirus infections and the threat posed by the Omicron variant.
In-person teaching for Class I to XI has been ordered to be suspended in Mumbai schools and junior colleges until the end of January. The hybrid mode can be used for classes X through XII. Maharashtra has not issued any new educational norms.

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The state of Jharkhand, on the other hand, has decided against imposing a night curfew. Outside of containment zones, the new limits will have no effect on temples and religious sites. Restaurants, pubs, and medical businesses will close at 8 p.m., while shops and markets will remain open until then. Cinemas, restaurants, and shopping malls are not permitted to fill more than half of their seating capacity.


The state administration in Karnataka is likely to extend the night curfew beyond January 7 and is also exploring further containment measures

The majority of nations are emphasising the importance of remaining adaptable. On Monday, Chattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel stated that a third wave is inevitable, but that enforcing a lockdown would be the final resort. CM Pramod Sawant said his government is considering imposing a night curfew in Goa, when the tourism season is at its peak.


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