COVID Restrictions in West Bengal are Extended Till January 31, Allowing 200 Guests at Weddings

On Saturday, the West Bengal government restrictions the state’s Covid norms, allowing wedding celebrations to proceed with just a maximum of 200 guests at a time.

Small fairs or melas will be permitted in open places, according to new guidelines issued by the state administration.

COVID Restrictions in West Bengal are Extended Till January 31, Allowing 200 Guests at Weddings.
COVID Restrictions in West Bengal are Extended Till January 31, Allowing 200 Guests at Weddings.

The Restriction From Government

The state government stated in the order that after reviewing the current situation of the Covid-19 pandemic and the concerns raised by the new variant “Omicron,” the State Executive Committee of the West Bengal State Development Authority recommended that the current restrictions be maintained with graded relaxations as needed.

COVID Restrictions in West Bengal are Extended Till January 31, Allowing 200 Guests at Weddings.
COVID Restrictions in West Bengal are Extended Till January 31, Allowing 200 Guests at Weddings.

The Limits & Restrictions

The limits, relaxation measures, and recommendations currently in place under the Disaster Management Act and the WB Epidemic Disease, COVID-19 Regulations 2020 have been extended until January 31, 2022, according to the West Bengal government.

Masks were also required by the state government to preserve physical distance.

The district administration, police commissionerates, and local authorities, on the other hand, have been instructed to guarantee strict adherence to the guidelines.

COVID Restrictions in West Bengal are Extended Till January 31, Allowing 200 Guests at Weddings

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