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Tamil Nadu lockdown extended till July 31 — What’s allowed

COVID: Tamil Nadu extends lockdown
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Lockdown extended till July 31 in Tamil Nadu

The Tamil Nadu government has further extended the ongoing Covid-induced lockdown in the state till July 31, while providing several relaxations in curbs. In an official statement, Chief Minister M K Stalin said that inter-state public transport, except to and from Puducherry, will continue to be prohibited.

Tamil Nadu lockdown: What’s open, what’s closed

– As per the new guidelines, ITIs, Industrial schools, typewriting schools can function with 50 per cent of students on a rotational basis.

-Teachers can come to school for admission work and distribute textbooks.
Shops and activities shall be operated till 9 pm.
– Hotels and tea shops can function with 50% of customers.
– Restaurants have now been allowed to serve dine-in customers at 50% capacity and while adhering to Covid-19 norms.
– Amusement parks can re-open, however, a cap of 50% capacity would apply.
– Gyms can open. IT Offices can now opearte with 50% attendance.
– Cinema halls and bars to stay shut.
– Schools and colleges will continue to remain closed.
– Inter-state private bus transport and international air travel except the ones allowed by the Centre remain prohibited.
– Swimming pools, social and political meetings, entertainment, sports and cultural events will not be allowed.
– Weddings and funerals can take place in all districts. A maximum of 50 guests is allowed for a wedding function.
– Maximum of 20 people can take part in a funeral.
-The bus services to Puducherry will resume.
-No social/ political/ cultural/ sports events will be allowed till July 31.

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