New Delhi/IBNS: The Lajpat Nagar central market in the national capital Delhi has been shut down till further notice for flouting the COVID-19 norms, media reports said.
Chennai/IBNS: The Tamil Nadu government on Friday extended the anti-COVID lockdown by a week, till July 12, while relaxing several curbs across the state.
Puducherry/UNI: The anti-COVID-19 lockdown in Puducherry has been extended till July 15 by giving more relaxations.
Aurangabad/Mumbai/UNI: The Maharashtra state government has decided to tighten the existing COVID-19 curbs from Monday onwards in view of Delta Plus variant and the warning of a possible third wave.
Mumbai/IBNS: Mumbai will continue to remain under Level 3 of the Maharashtra government's phased unlock plan, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has said.
Chennai/IBNS: The Tamil Nadu government has extended the Covid-19 induced restrictions in the state till July 5 while easing restrictions in some districts.
Chennai/UNI: Public transport services resumed in Chennai and its three neighbouring districts as one more week of extended lockdown with more additional relaxations began in Tamil Nadu on Monday.
Hyderabad/UNI: The Telangana Cabinet has decided to lift the ongoing lockdown from 6 a.m. on Sunday.
Bengaluru/UNI: Karnataka government will take the final decision to give more relaxation in the state on Saturday, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said here on Friday.
Bhubaneswar/UNI: The Odisha government on Wednesday announced partial lockdown in the entire state till July 1 but made more relaxations in 17 districts categorized as “A” where the positivity rate has come down to less than five percent.
Chennai/UNI: As the COVID-19 daily caseload graph continued to dip in several districts, yet another week-long extended lockdown began on Monday with more relaxations that included re-opening of state-owned Tasmac liquor outlets after a gap of more than a month.
New Delhi/UNI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal here on Saturday announced the reopening of malls and markets on odd-even basis, resuming of metro services and physical attendance at government and private offices with 50 per cent capacity from June 7, Monday onwards, in the National Capital which is under COVID-19-induced lockdown since April 19.
Srinagar/IBNS: With Covid-19 cases showing some dip over last week, the Jammu and Kashmir government today issued fresh lockdown guidelines effective from Monday for all the 20 districts of the Union Territory announcing partial relaxation in some public activities.
Srinagar/IBNS: As the process of partial unlocking started after over a month of COVID-19 curfew, shops and business establishments re-opened partially on Monday across the traffic plied roads in Kashmir.
With Covid-19 cases showing some dip over last one week, the Jammu and Kashmir government today issued fresh lockdown guidelines effective from Monday for all the 20 districts of the Union Territory announcing partial relaxation in some public activities.