The Rajasthan government on Wednesday announced a 12-hour day-by-day check-in time in all urban areas in the state from April 16 in wake of the rising COVID-19 cases. The time limit will be forced from 6 pm till 6 am the following morning and the limitations will keep on being in power till April 30. 

Aside from this, the Rajasthan government has likewise reported the conclusion of all business sectors by 5 pm day by day across the state. It has additionally declared that schools, universities, and other instructive foundations in the state will stay shut in wake of the COVID-19 resurgence. Nonetheless, the public authority has absolved bus stations and industrial facilities from the time limit. Different limitations declared by the Rajasthan government remember boycott for public capacities and games and a cap of 50 people going to a wedding capacity. Prior, the cut-off for participants of wedding services was kept at 100 individuals. 

Prior to the day, the Rajasthan government additionally chose to delay the state schooling board assessment for classes 10 and 12. The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education, Ajmer was additionally coordinated to advance the understudies of classes 8, 9, and 10 to the following classes. 

The choices were taken by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot after conversations with Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra on account of the second rush of Covid contamination. The choices were required on a day when the Central Board of Secondary Education dropped the class 10 assessment and conceded the class 12 assessment to past mid-June. 

Then, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday said it is important to make exacting and successful strides like lockdown and guided authorities to frame rules to check the infection spread. He spoke to individuals to act as though there is a lockdown, saying the second flood of Covid-19 is more hazardous. Gehlot said the socio-strict and social exercises in the state should be limited as the passing rate is expanding. 

Rajasthan announced 5,528 new COVID-19 cases and 28 fatalities on Tuesday, pushing the state's disease count to 3,75,092 and the loss of life to 2,979. Four passings each were accounted for from Kota, Jodhpur, and Udaipur, three each in Jaipur and Pali, two each in Barmer and Nagaur, and one demise each was accounted for from Ajmer, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur, Bundi, Jhalawar, Tonk.

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