Your New Year’s celebrations may be spoiled without a negative COVID-19 test report or vaccination certificate in Goa and Haryana
- Chennai Police has put restrictions on New Year’s celebration in hotels as well as public places.
- All restaurants and clubs in Delhi shall be open only till 10 p.m.
- In Goa, you will require a negative COVID-19 test report or double vaccination certificate.
AdvertisementAs soon as life seemed to be getting back to normal, the latest COVID-19variant has once again made everyone cautious about stepping out. Learning from their past mistakes, several state governments have decided to put restrictions before the country lets itself loose on New Year’s eve.
Tamil Nadu: To start with, the Chennai Police has decided to put restrictions on
Goa: One may have to bring in their negative COVID-19 test report or double vaccination certificate while partying in Goa this New Year’s eve. The chief minister of the state, Pramod Sawant, has made such documentation mandatory for attending any function in Goa this December 31.
Haryana: Last week, the government of Haryana had made double vaccination certificates mandatory in order to enter any restaurant and clubs in the state. This will also include Delhi NCR region of Gurugram, which falls under the jurisdiction of the Haryana government.
Delhi: Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, imposed a level-I (Yellow alert) under graded response action plan (GRAP) in the national capital yesterday (December 28). Under the new restrictions, cinema halls and gyms will stay closed, and restaurants and clubs shall be open till 10 p.m.
Mumbai: While no concrete restrictions have been announced so far, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope highlighted that Mumbai may face lockdown-like situation if the number of COVID-19 cases keep rising. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will hold a meeting with the COVID Task Force soon, the minister added.
Uttar Pradesh: The UP government has imposed a night curfew from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. from December 25. Noida will also fall under this curfew.
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