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Section 144 restrictions extended in Lucknow for another month till August 5!

In view of the upcoming festivals and Panchayat polls, restraints under section 144 have been extended in Lucknow till August 5 to keep the situation under control. While the restrictions were applicable till July 5 earlier, the time period has been extended with an objective to prevent a revived surge in infections. As per the latest development, not more than 5 people will be allowed to gather at public and community spaces during this interval.

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Section 144 restrictions to be continued in Lucknow till July 6

Keeping in mind the ongoing pandemic situation, the Joint Police Commissioner of Lucknow announced on Sunday that the city would remain clamped under Section 144 till July 6. While the case tallies have dropped considerably in the state capital, the fear of a revived spread and the anticipated third wave still lingers on. Further, the top police official affirmed that the decision regarding the extension of the lockdown will be taken on Tuesday after making a note of the current circumstances.

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15-day curfew & new guidelines issued in Maharashtra as Mumbai & Pune observe high COVID-19 surge

The Maharashtra government has announced stringent protocols, declaring a strict 15-day curfew across the state amid the surge of coronavirus infection. Reportedly, authorities have dismissed the imposition of a complete lockdown and have instead ordained Section 144 here, from 8 PM on April 14 till 7 AM on May 1. Assembly of 5 or more than 5 people is prohibited, by state orders but all essential services have been permitted to remain functional. Grocery, e-commerce related to emergency goods and food delivery will be permitted between 7 AM and 8 PM.

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