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Covid Scare- Rajasthan shuts down schools, colleges; imposes weekend curfew!

In the wake of rising Covid-19 cases, the Rajasthan Government has announced the closure of all schools and colleges till January 30. Along with this, the State Government has also imposed a weekend curfew and has put curbs on the number of wedding guests, bringing the number down from an earlier 100, to 50.

Marriage halls found to be defying the norms are ordered to be sealed for seven days.

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Highest single-day COVID spike recorded in Rajasthan's Jaipur on Thursday as 1,438 test positive

Jaipur has recorded the highest daily COVID count in Rajasthan, with 1,438 people testing positive on Thursday. According to the official data of the Medical and Health Department, a total of 2,656 people tested positive for coronavirus in the state on January 6, more than half of which were detected in the capital city alone. Read on to check the latest COVID update in Rajasthan.

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Schools shut down in Jaipur till January 17 amid COVID rise

In wake of the swelling COVID-19 rise in Rajasthan, the state government has revised and extended the closure of all schools until January 17. Notably, the shutdown will be observed only for classes 1-8 coming under the municipal jurisdiction of Jaipur and Jodhpur. Online education will continue in these areas.

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With 43 new cases in Jaipur alone on Monday, Rajasthan's Omicron COVID count mounts to 174

With 53 people testing Omicron positive on Monday, Rajasthan's tally of this new variant has mounted to 174 cases now! Out of these, the highest number of cases were marked in Jaipur at 43, while 4 cases were reported in Pratapgarh as well. Moreover, 2 cases each of this highly transmissible strain were detected in Ajmer and Udaipur along with one in Bhilwara and Bharatpur as well.

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Schools in Jaipur shut for Classes 1-8 till January 9 as Rajasthan govt announces new curbs

All schools in Jaipur have been shut down for classes 1-8 due to the scaling surge in Omicron cases in Rajasthan. As per reports, this lockdown has been imposed as part of the state's fresh COVID guidelines and will be observed till January 9, 2022.

Besides, the administration has restricted the number of people attending any gathering or event in the city to 100. This tally stands at 20 for funerals. New orders have also been put in place for passengers arriving in Rajasthan.

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