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Complete lockdown declared in Jaipur & other Rajasthan districts from May 10 to May 24!

In an attempt to tighten the grip over soaring COVID tallies in Rajasthan, the state government declared that all districts across the territory will observe a complete lockdown from 5 AM on May 10 to 5 AM on May 24. Announced by the CM in a cabinet meeting on Thursday, this intervention aims to curtail the contamination from entering villages and infecting youths, amongst other things. Previously, the state was put under a 'Red Alert- Public Discipline Fortnight' after the COVID graphs spiked higher.

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Lockdown extended in Jaipur & other Rajasthan districts till May 17 amid swelling COVID scare!

In a bid to check the spiralling count of COVID infections in Rajasthan, Jaipur and all other districts of the state will be clamped under strict lockdown restraints till May 17. Previously, the state administration had declared lockdown till May 3 which has been extended by a period of two weeks now, in view of the record-breaking surge in COVID numbers. Amplifying the restrictions, the Home Department has termed the upcoming lockdown as 'Red Alert Public Discipline Fortnight'.

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Stricter lockdown guidelines issued in Jaipur & other Rajasthan districts amid surging COVID wave

Holding the threatening surge of COVID infections in view, the Rajasthan government on Friday, purveyed stricter guidelines for the underway lockdown period. As per the new orders, which will come into effect from 5 AM on April 25, shops selling essential commodities shall remain open only for four hours, from 6 AM to 11 PM, till May 3.
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Essential vendors to receive COVID jab on priority in Jaipur & other districts in Rajasthan

Keeping in view the steep spurt in COVID-19 cases, the Rajasthan government on Tuesday, issued instructions stating that citizens above 45 years of age, selling vegetables, milk, groceries and medicines, will be vaccinated on a priority basis. This resolution has been undertaken because the state is under a lockdown and those involved in this segment of essential services, might become super spreaders.

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