Mizoram: Covid-19 limitations in Aizawl extends until October 2

The Mizoram government prolonged the partial lockdown in the Aizawl area, as well as certain Covid-related restrictions in other parts of the state, until October 2, with a few exceptions.

The administration announced an extension because the limitations, which were put in place on September 4, were set to expire on Saturday.

Following a complete lockdown from July 18 to August 7, a partial lockdown for Aizawl and specific Covid-19 limitations for the remainder of the state were imposed on August 8, and have been extended at least four times since then.

The opening of picnic resorts under tight Covid-19 acceptable behaviour with a maximum of 25 participants has been approved under new standards.

It stated that vegetable markets and stores in category C will be allowed to open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

From August 15, schools and Anganwadi centres in Covid-19 free areas outside AMC can reopen, and from September 5, all education institutions, including colleges, can reopen in Covid-19 free areas.

From August 22, it has also permitted the reopening of worship places (churches) in Covid-19 free towns and villages outside the AMC territory.

According to the new directive, all public gathering places and religious sites in the AMC region will stay closed.

In the AMC area, shops, markets, and commercial transportation will continue to be restricted.

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Mizoram: State Govt extends Aizawl’s partial lockdown for another week