Night curfew imposed in Haryana from 9pm to 5am

New cases of coronavirus are increasing continuously across the country. The situation has started to worsen due to Covid-19 in various states. So, governments are forced to take important decisions. The Manohar Lal Khattar government of Haryana has decided to impose night curfew on Monday. Night curfew is being implemented in Haryana from 9 am to 5 am.



Empty streets during night curfew. Source: India Today



In the last few weeks, various states have announced a night curfew. Due to the increase in corona cases, many states including Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Delhi, Karnataka, Maharashtra have implemented various restrictions including night curfew. Night curfew is in force in various cities including Lucknow, Moradabad in UP. CM Yogi Adityanath has announced that in the districts if more than100 corona cases are being received daily or where the total number of active cases is more than 500, then the Corona curfew should be imposed from 9 am to 6 am. At the same time, night curfew has been announced in Karnataka, Bengaluru, Mysuru, Mangaluru, Kalaburgi and many districts since last Saturday.


In Haryana, the number of deaths has increased to 3,268 on the previous day due to 16 more deaths from Covid-19, while 3,440 new cases of infections have increased to 3,16,881 cases in the state. Three deaths occurred in Jind, while two deaths each in Panipat, Yamunanagar, Bhiwani, Karnal, Ambala, and one each in Gurgaon, Hisar, and Sirsa districts.


The last maximum daily cases in Haryana came on November 20, 2020, when 3,104 cases were reported in the state. Currently, 20,981 patients are undergoing treatment in the state, while the recovery rate for patients is 92.35 percent. The Bulletin states that a total of 2,92,632 people have recovered from the infection so far. The Haryana Health Department has set up 1,627 Covid-19 vaccination centers, where 1,13,917 vaccines were administered to the beneficiaries in the state on Sunday. A total of 24,69,233 vaccines have been administered so far.