Uttarakhand, the state government has decided to extend the curfew till June 7, due to the decreasing cases of corona. Giving information in this regard, the spokesperson and cabinet minister Subodh Uniyal has said that curfew restrictions will remain in force in the state till June 7 morning. At the same time, grocery stores will be opened on 1 and 5 June. Stationary shops will also be allowed to open in the state from June 1.
Till now, the time limit for opening shops in the state was from 8 to 11 am. It has now been extended till 1 pm. In addition, grocery stores have been allowed to open on 1 and 5 June. Highly placed sources in the government say that detailed guidelines for curfew will be released soon.
32 people died of corona
On Friday, 1226 new patients of Kovid-19 were reported in Uttarakhand and 32 other patients died of pandemic. According to the bulletin issued by the Health Department, so far the number of corona virus infected in the state has gone up to 328338. Maximum 276 Kovid-19 patients were found in Pithoragarh district, 241 in Dehradun, 159 in Haridwar and 100 in Pauri Garhwal and 94 cases were reported in Tehri Garhwal.