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01 July 2021 - 29 July, 2021
|Last Updated On||Issuing Authority||Applicability||Nature of directions||Copy of notification/source|
|July 29, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||Kerala Orders 2-Day Lockdown.||Read here|
|July 28, 2021||Government of West Bengal||West Bengal||Curfew from 9pm.||Read here|
|July 28, 2021||Government of Gujrat||Gujrat||Gujarat Lockdown: State Relaxes Curbs, Reduces Night Curfew Timing.||Read here|
|July 28, 2021||Government of Assam||Assam||Assam imposes total lockdown in districts with high COVID positivity rate.||Read here|
|July 27, 2021||Bangladesh||India - Bangladesh||Bangladesh likely to ease border restrictions with India from next month.||Read here|
|July 27, 2021||Government of Manipur||Manipur||Manipur extends COVID curfew till August 3 with some relaxations.||Read here|
|July 21, 2021||Government of Andhra Pradesh||Andhra Pradesh||Andhra Pradesh Lockdown Update: Curfew Restrictions Extended in State by another Week||Read here|
|July 21, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||Complete lockdown in Kerala on July 23-24; mass testing campaign with target of 3 lakh tests per day ordered. Covid-19 restrictions extended by one more week in the state.|
|July 21, 2021||Gram Panchayat||Endapally and Maddutla||Two Telangana villages self-impose lockdown amid spike in Covid-19 cases||Read here|
|July 20, 2021||U.S. State Department||Passengers travelling to US||The U.S. State Department has lowered its COVID 19-related travel advisory for India to "Level 3 – Reconsider Travel||Read here|
|July 20, 2021||Government of West Bengal||West Bengal||West Bengal Lockdown Update: Darjeeling Issues Fresh Notice For Passengers Travelling From Sikkim||Read here|
|July 18, 2021||Government of Goa||Goa||The State Government has extended the ongoing Covid-related curfew till July 26 in entire state.||Read here|
|July 17, 2021||Government of Tamil Nadu||Tamil Nadu||State Government has extended lockdown in entire state till July 31. Activities like Public/private bus transportation within states (except Puducherry), flight services, theatres, bars, social/political gatherings and other events, reopening of schools/colleges would be restricted.||Read here|
|July 16, 2021||Canadian Government||Indians travelling to Canada||In its recent global travel advisory, the Canadian government has allowed Indian travellers to enter the country via an ‘indirect route.’ As per the revised official advisory, the government said that they will not accept the COVID-19 molecular test report from India. Thus, people wishing to travel to Canada will have to get themselves tested for the virus in a ‘third country’ before entering Canada. Passengers might need to seek entry and stay in a third country for at least 14 days.||Read here|
|July 16, 2021||Government of India||India||The Central Government on Friday urged citizens to keep wearing face masks saying "we should incorporate it in our lives as a new normal."||Read here|
|July 16, 2021||Government of India||India||Central Government has written a letter to the states stating that violations of covid-19 norms have been observed in various parts of the country, especially in public transport, hill stations, markets etc. High levels of testing, relentless contact tracing, comprehensive vaccination and ensuring strict adherence to covid-appropriate behaviour in crowded places and potential super-spreader events are of essence||Read here|
|July 15, 2021||Government of West Bengal||West Bengal||West Bengal has extended Covid-19 restrictions till July 30. The government in its revised norms retained its cap on wedding guests at 50, and restricts the movement of people and vehicles between 9pm and 5am.||Read here|
|July 15, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Maharashtra government as well as Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai have revised travel rules and revoked the stipulation of mandatory negative RT-PCR test results for fully-vaccinated tourists coming to the state.||Read here|
|July 14, 2021||Ministry of Home Affairs||India||Ministry of Home Affairs has issued Covid Management Advisory to all state and UTs dated 14 July 2021||Download here|
|July 14, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||State Government has announced a complete two-day lockdown in entire state on July 17-18 due to rise in Covid cases.||Read here|
|July 12, 2021||Government of Uttarakhand||Uttarakhand||Uttarakhand curfew extended till July 20, 2021. Only 50 people allowed at weddings, funeral.||Read here|
|July 12, 2021||Madhya Pradesh Government||Madhya Pradesh||With Covid-19 cases on a steady decline in Madhya Pradesh, the state government has decided to further ease the lockdown restrictions in the state.
As per the new guidelines, cinema halls can now operate with 50% of the seating capacity whereas restaurants can function with 100% seating capacity with immediate effect.
|July 11, 2021||Goa Government||Goa||In an attempt to further curb the spread of novel coronavirus cases in the state, Goa government extended the ongoing Covid-19 curfew till 19 July, 7 am, with further relaxations and new guidelines.||Read here|
|July 11, 2021||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Uttar Pradesh||State Government has eased night curfew restrictions. As per the latest order, night curfew will be imposed from 10 pm to 6 am in Noida, Ghaziabad, Lucknow, and other cities in the state. Earlier, the night curfew hours were from 9 pm to 7 am. Saturday and Sunday will continue to be observed as a weekend curfew.||Read here|
|July 11, 2021||Government of Oman||International passengers travelling to Oman||Oman has suspended passenger flights from 24 countries, including India, indefinitely, as part of the Gulf nation's efforts to contain the spread of Coronavirus.||Read here|
|July 11, 2021||Government of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||Rajasthan Lockdown: No Weekend Curfew on Sunday; Cinema Halls Can Open||Read here|
|July 10, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||No weekend curfew from July 10 in Bengaluru, police chief extends prohibitory orders||Read here|
|July 10, 2021||District Administration||Ahmednagar||Maharashtra Lockdown: Full Shutdown Imposed in 22 Villages of Ahmednagar District For 8 Days||Read here|
|July 10, 2021||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Noida||Uttar Pradesh Lockdown: Section 144 Extended in Noida Till August 30||Read here|
|July 8, 2021||Government of Nagaland||Nagaland||Nagaland lockdown: 7-day ‘Unlock 2’ from July 11||Read here|
|July 8, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||Kerala relaxes restrictions for travel||Read here|
|July 7, 2021||Government of Kerala||Kerala||Kerala announces more relaxations, categorises regions based on Covid positivity rate||Read here|
|July 6, 2021||Government of Assam||Assam||Assam announces complete lockdown in 7 districts||Read here|
|July 6, 2021||Chandigarh Administration||Chandigarh||Chandigarh Relaxes Lockdown, Allows Restaurants to Open Till 10.30 PM||Read here|
|July 6, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Maharashtra district goes under complete COVID lockdown||Read here|
|July 5, 2021||Government of Andhra Pradesh||Andhra Pradesh||The Andhra Pradesh government on has announced relaxations in Covid curfew timings in 11 districts from 8 July, 2021.||Read here|
|July 5, 2021||Government of Uttarakhand||Uttarakhand||
Uttarakhand government has extended the COVID-19 curfew till July 13, 2021.
COVID-curfew extended till 6 am of July 13, 2021. Malls to reopen at 50% capacity and markets to remain closed on weekends.
|July 5, 2021||Government of Bihar||Bihar||The Bihar government has eased Covid restrictions in the state as the situation continues to improve. The government has decided that universities, schools and colleges will reopen with 50 per cent attendance.||Read here|
|July 04, 2021||Government of Karnataka||Karnataka||
COVID-19 | Karnataka relaxes restrictions from July 5 .
|July 04, 2021||Government of Haryana||Haryana||Haryana issues fresh COVID-19 lockdown guidelines.||Read here|
|July 04, 2021||
Government of Delhi
|Delhi lockdown: Stadiums, sports complexes to reopen from Monday, spas, theatres to remain closed||Read here|
|July 04, 2021||Government of Jammu and Kashmir||Jammu and Kashmir||No weekend lockdown in 13 districts of J&K; night curfew to remain in place in all 20 districts||Read here|
|July 03, 2021||Government of Maharashtra||Maharashtra||Maharashtra Lockdown: Satara District Goes Under Full Shutdown For 8 Days, Weekend Lockdown in Most Cities From Today||Read here|
|July 02, 2021||Government of Uttar Pradesh||Uttar Pradesh||Due to considerable fall in the covid cases in state, Uttar Pradesh government has further eased the Covid-19 restrictions which will come into effect from July 5. Relaxations include reopening of multiplexes, cinema halls, gyms and sport stadiums.
Weekend lockdown will continue in the state
|July 01, 2021||United Arab Emirates||UAE citizens travelling to India||The United Arab Emirates has announced a travel ban on its citizens for travelling to India.||Read here|
|June 30, 2021||Directorate General of Civil Aviation(DGCA)||International travel||
The government has extended suspension of scheduled international flights till July 31st. However, Vande Bharat mission and other flights under travel bubble pact will continue and people eligible as per Government norms can fly to and from India.
|June 30, 2021||Government of Odissa||Odissa||The State Government has extended the existing partial lockdown in the state till 16th July 2021. Weekend curfew would be lifted from 20 districts that have positivity rate of less than 5%. However, night curfew will continue in all districts. The night curfew will remain in force between 6pm to 6am on all days.||Read here|
|June 30, 2021||Government of Jharkhand||Jharkhand||
The State Government has extended the overall Covid-19 restrictions till further orders, but relaxed some of the curbs which include allowing government and private offices to operate with 50 per cent of the work force.