West Bengal Lockdown Guidelines Today PDF Download | 14 June 2021

West bengal lockdown guidelines pdf 2021 : The West Bengal government has extended the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown till July 1, but extended the relaxations to allow the resumption of economic activities.

Both government and private offices can reopen with a cap of 25 per cent on the number of employees. In private/corporate offices, the timings have been restricted to 10 am to 4 pm, and attendees will have to apply for an e-pass.

The state government has also extended the timings of restaurants and bars, allowing them to operate from 12 noon to 8 pm with 50 per cent seating capacity. As per the previous order, restaurants were allowed to operate only from 5 pm to 8 pm.

The easing of restrictions, which will come into effect from June 15, was announced by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in view of the declining positivity rate and active caseload.

The parks and gardens will be open for morning walks only between 6 am and 9 am. However, only those citizens who have been vaccinated will be allowed to enter, the government reportedly said.

 

Markets and markets will remain open between 7 am and 11 am, while other retail outlets are allowed to operate from 11 am to 6 pm.

The restriction on movement of persons for non-essential purpose will continue. All intra-state buses/waterways/trains will remain suspended, while private vehicles/cabs will operate only for emergency or essential services.

The government said that there will be a complete ban on the movement of persons and all outdoor activities from 9 pm to 5 am.

All educational institutions including schools, colleges and coaching classes will remain closed till further orders. The maximum limit of 50 guests for weddings will continue.

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West Bengal is among the states that were badly hit by the onset of the second COVID-19 wave. The state witnessed its per day COVID-19 count which reached above 20,000 in May. The cases have come down in the last few days. As of the last update released on June 13, there were 3,984 new cases and 84 deaths. The active caseload has come down to 17,651.