New restrictions imposed by TN government from 10 April

Tamilnadu government  has announced fresh restrictions in the wake of surge in Covid19 cases. These new restrictions will come into effect from 10 April.

According to the new restrictions religious gatherings and festivals will be banned.

“Restrictions will imposed on small traders at Koyambedu market in Chennai. Passengers will not be allowed to stand and travel in govt and private buses. Only 50 per cent customers allowed in vegetable and grocery shops, tea shops, restaurants, large format stores, big showrooms, malls etc.  Shops in the state allowed to function only till 11 pm. Only 50 per cent occupancy allowed in recreational clubs, entertainment parks etc. Multiplex, theatres can allow only 50 per cent occupancy.  Only 200 people allowed for educational, political, social, cultural, sports indoor meetings/ events etc. 100 people allowed for weddings and 50 for funerals. No audience allowed for sports events at stadiums. Only 3 people allowed to travel in cabs and 2 in autos.  E registration system to continue for Inter-state passengers and international passengers,” a statement read.