Marriage operates with 200 guests: West Bengal expands COVID-19 constraints till January 31



KOLKATA: The West Bengal government on Saturday prolonged the recurring COVID-19 constraints till January 31, enabling fairs on open premises in an extremely limited way with rigorous adherence to safety and security standards, a main order stated.

The state government additionally enabled marital relationship features with an optimum of 200 guests or 50 percent of the location’s ability, whichever is lower, it stated. “Restrictions and relaxation measures and advisory as already stand extended up to 31/01/2022. Marriage-related functions with a maximum of 200 people at a time or 50 per cent seating capacity of the hall/venue whichever is lower. Mela/fair may be allowed in open air venues in a very restricted manner, following COVID-19 protocols,” the order released by Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi stated.

All exterior tasks consisting of the activity of individuals as well as lorries will be purely banned in between 10 PM as well as 5 AM besides health and wellness, order, transportation of vital assets consisting of farming fruit and vegetables, as well as various other emergency situation solutions.

The order asked area managements, cops as well as neighborhood authorities to make certain rigorous conformity with the regulations.