A night curfew is in place with restrictions on the movement of persons from 10 pm to 5 am
throughout the NCT of Delhi.
Schools, cinemas, gyms, auditoriums, assembly halls, spas, yoga institutes, amusement and
water parks have been shut in Delhi.
Private offices to function up to 50 per cent of staff attendance between 9 am to 5 pm (offices
falling under exempted category allowed to function with 100% attendance).
A weekend curfew will be imposed. All government officials except for those engaged in
essential services will work from home.
50% workforce of private offices will work from home.
The government has imposed additional Covid-19 curbs to be in effect till 31 January.
Dine-in services at restaurants, hotels and bakeries, and amusement parks should be
restricted to 50 % of the capacity.
The 50% cap will also apply to textile showrooms, jewellery shops, gyms and yoga centres,
multiplex/cinema theatres (of the allowed seats), beauty spas and salons and indoor games.
Classes for standards 9-12, colleges and ITIs will be held in compliance with Standard
Operating Procedures while existing guidelines will apply for places of worship.
Government offices have been ordered to operate at a 50% capacity.
Haryana government has ordered the closure of all universities and colleges till 12 January
Only fully vaccinated persons are allowed to enter places such as vegetable and grain
markets, public transport, parks, religious places, bars, restaurants, hotels, departmental
stores, ration shops, liquor and wine shops, malls, shopping complexes, local markets,
petrol and CNG stations, milk booths, gyms and banks.
All academic activities in schools, colleges and universities shall remain closed. Only
administrative activities shall be permitted with 50% of employees at a time in West Bengal.
All shopping malls and markets would be allowed to remain open till 10 pm but with half their
All government and private offices will operate at 50% capacity and all administrative
meetings will be conducted in virtual mode.
All pools, parlours, wellness centre, entertainment parks, zoos, tourist places shall remain closed.
Cinema halls and theatre halls may operate with 50% of seating capacity at a time and up to
Schools have been ordered shut until Makar Sankranti, i.e., 14 January.
In districts reporting more than 1000 active cases, gyms, restaurants, cinema halls, banquets
and other public places are to be run at 50% of total capacity.
Not more than 100 people to assemble in weddings and other functions taking place in closed
spaces. For open spaces, 50% of the total capacity of the ground is to be filled.
Night curfew extended from 10 pm to 6 am, instead of 11 pm to 5 am, from 6 January.
Schools in Bengaluru, apart from 10th and 12th standards, will remain shut for two weeks
from 6 January.
A seven-hour night curfew will be imposed in the state from Friday across Karnataka. It will
remain in force from 10 pm to 5 pm.
Theaters, malls, pubs and bars will be allowed to operate at 50% capacity. Only those who
have taken both the vaccine doses will be allowed to enter.
The Public transport including BMRCL will operate as per the directions of the Chief Executive
of the organization to cater to the needs of people for emergent purposes during the weekend
A “night clamp-down” will be in place from 10 pm to 6 am in the districts where the case
positivity rate is 4% and above.
Schools, Anganwadi centres (government-run child care centres), libraries, swimming
pools and other such public places will remain closed in these districts.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has ordered a ban on rallies, processions and other kind of
RT-PCR test has been made mandatory for all passengers arriving at airports in
Chhattisgarh from other states, irrespective of vaccination status.
Punjab has imposed night curfew from 10 pm to 5 am till 15 January.
Only fully vaccinated staff will be allowed to attend government offices, as well as
All bars, cinema halls, multiplexes, malls, restaurants, spas, museums, zoos, etc shall
be allowed to operate at 50% of their capacity subject to all staff present being fully
All educational institutes, schools, colleges will remain closed. However, medical and
nursing colleges may continue to function normally.
Himachal Pradesh authorities on Wednesday announced the imposition of night
curfews throughout the state from 10 pm to 5 am.
Indoor sports complexes, cinema halls, multiplexes, stadia, swimming pools,
gyms, Langers will remain closed.
Only 50% of gatherings will be allowed in marriage and banquet halls.
Odisha has ordered all schools and colleges to remain shut till 1 February, while online classes
are encouraged for students of standard 10 and 12.
All types of shops, malls, and shopping complexes will remain open across the state from 5
am to 9 pm every day. Malls/shopping complexes will operate with reduced number of
The government order said that pre-school and classes 1 to 8 will remain closed. However,
online classes will continue.
Educational institutions for classes 9 to 12 will function with 50% capacity.
A total of 75 people can attend marriages, funerals, political, social and cultural events in a
closed room. While the number of people who can attend such functions in open areas has
been limited to 150.
The daily cases have been spiking in India with the country seeing a single-day rise of 58,097 new
coronavirus infections, the highest in around 199 days. The country’s Covid death toll has climbed
to 4, 82,551 with 534 daily fatalities