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The UP government said on Saturday that the ‘corona curfew’ will be relaxed in Bareilly and Bulandshahr districts starting Monday (June 7), enabling stores and marketplaces outside the confinement zones to open five days a week.
The decision was made when the number of active COVID-19 cases in the twin districts decreased, settling below 600.
Tom’s relaxations must be unlocked before they may take effect.
The relaxations will take effect on June 7 and will last for five days (Monday to Friday) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., according to the Uttar Pradesh government. The night and weekend curfews, however, will remain in effect.
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According to the statement, this brings the total number of districts where the number of current cases has decreased below 600 to 67.
As a result of the recovery of COVID-19 cases in the state, active cases in four of the state’s five districts are expected to fall below 600 by Monday. The COVID-19 lockdown in 55 of the state’s 75 districts was lifted on May 30 by the Uttar Pradesh administration.
The state’s recovery rate is 97.6%, with a 0.4% positive rate. In the last 24 hours, 1,092 new COVID-19 cases have been reported, with 4,346 patients being released after healing.
COVID-19 patients have recovered from the illness and been released 16,56,763 times so far.
There are now 19,438 ongoing COVID-19 cases in the state. Prior to Bareilly and Bulandshahr, the coronavirus curfew had been relaxed in Jhansi (on June 3).
Curfew relaxations were extended to Lakhimpur Khiri, Ghazipur, and Jaunpur on June 1st. Sonbhadra, Deoria, Baghpat, Prayagraj, Bijnor, and Moradabad received the relaxations on May 31.