TN Lockdown – New Restrictions effective from April 10, 2021 – What’s allowed and What’s not?

Here are the new restrictions that come into force from April 10 , that is expected to be followed till 12 AM , 30.04.2021.

  • Festivals and religious congregations are prohibited. In all places of worship, devotees will be allowed only till 8 pm.
  • At the Koyambedu market complex in Chennai, retail outlets for fruit and vegetable will not function. Similarly, fruits and vegetable retail outlets in wholesale markets in all the districts will remain closed.
  • Passengers will not be allowed to travel standing in government and private buses across the state including MTC buses in Chennai.
  • Similarly, in inter-state buses being operated to Puducherry, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka, passengers will not be allowed to travel standing.
  • Only 50 percent of customers will be allowed at a time in vegetable shops, provision shops, shopping malls, and big showrooms including jewelry and textile showrooms. These will be allowed to function till 11 pm.
  • In hotels and tea shops, 50 percent seating will be allowed till 11 pm and parcel service will also be allowed.
  • Only 50 percent seating will be allowed in restaurants, food courts, and tea shops and they will be allowed to function till 11 pm. Takeaway (parcel food) will be permitted up to 11 pm.
  • Recreation clubs, entertainment and amusement parks, zoological parks, museums, cinema theatres in multiplex, and shopping malls will be allowed to function with 50 percent seating capacity.
  • Only 100 guests will be allowed to attend wedding functions.
  • Only 50 persons will be allowed in funeral processions.
  • All social, political, academic, entertainment, sports, cultural, and other functions will be permitted in closed spaces with a maximum ceiling of 200 persons.
  • In sports stadiums and playgrounds, sports competitions can take place without spectators, while in swimming pools, only sports training will be allowed.
  • Exhibition halls will be allowed only for business-to-business events.
  • Shooting for TV and films will be allowed but the management should ensure that all artists and workers undergo RT-PCR tests and vaccinations for COVID-19.
  • Only two passengers can travel in auto-rickshaws, while in call taxis, only three persons will be allowed
  • The E-registration system will continue for those coming from other states and countries except Puducherry, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh.

Click to read the Full Press Release from Government of Tamil Nadu

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