7th May, 2021
A strict lockdown will be applicable from 10 to 24 May in Rajasthan. Marriage ceremonies will be held in the state only after May 31. The banquet, DJ, procession, and evacuation at the wedding ceremony will not be allowed until 31 May. Only 11 people will be able to hold the wedding ceremony at home. Bandbajas, tents, and confectioners will not be allowed to attend the wedding held in the house. Marriage gardens and hotels will remain closed for the wedding ceremony. In view of the spread of infection in rural areas, MNREGA works will be postponed till further orders. Common people will be able to do worship and worship only by staying in the house. All types of religious places will remain closed. In addition to medical services, all types of government and non-government private means of transportation will remain closed. Traffic from one district to another and from one village to another village will remain closed.
According to the new guideline released on Thursday night after the cabinet meeting through video conferencing, those coming from outside the state will have to show a 72-hour RT-PCR report. Industries will be operational to prevent labor migration. Grocery shops will be open from 6 am to 11 am. Milk dairy will be open from 6 to 11 in the morning and 5 to 7 in the evening. The District Collector and Commissioner of Police will be able to decide the contention zone according to the local needs. In a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, concern was raised over the inadequate allocation of oxygen.