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Due to Coronavirus, Center alerts states, keeps a close watch on New Year celebration

The central government has asked all state governments and union territories to keep a strict watch on the new year celebration. The central government has said that celebrations on the new year could be a possible spread Coronavirus. Along with this, instructions have been given to keep control of crowds due to winter. The central government has instructed, whereas the state governments are on high alert to control the spread of Coronavirus. 

Night Curfew in Maharashtra 

Maharashtra government has appealed to people to celebrate New Year at home itself. Along with this, night curfew has also been imposed from 11 am to 6 am. In Mumbai, a large number of people come to places like Marine Drive, Gateway of India, Girgaon and Juhu on New Year eve.

Guidelines on New Year Celebration in UP 

Yogi government has banned the participation of more than 100 people in the program on New Year. For the program on the new year and need to take permission from the police-administration. Covid rules will also have to be followed after the approval of the program. The guideline states that only 40 per cent of people can be present at the event in open space. The organizer will have to make all the arrangements and follow all safety measures to avoid the spread of coronavirus. If the Covid rules are not followed, strict action will be taken against the organizer.

The ban on New Year celebrations in Bhubaneswar this time

Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has issued a consultation on Monday banning the celebration of New Year in public places to prevent Covid-19 from spreading. BMC has said in its order that this time hotels, clubs, auditoriums and pavilions will not be allowed to celebrate the new year. The corporation said that it would not be permissible to gather a large crowd for the new year at any other place.

Goa: New Year celebrations are likely to fade

Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, the applicable guidelines and the detection of new forms of the virus in England are expected to make New Year celebrations and parties fade in Goa this year. Thousands of tourists have reached Goa to welcome the year 2021, but due to the ban on flights, there will be a less number of foreign tourists in the state this year.

Patna: Special preparations by the police for the celebration of the New Year

The people of the capital Patna have already started preparations for the celebration of the new year. If you are excited in the preparations for the celebration, then be a little cautious, the Patna police will not obstruct your celebration, but if the rules are not followed then the police might take action.

There is hardly any impact of Coronavirus on the people who are immersed in the preparations for the celebration, so the Patna Police has prepared on its behalf. Along with security, the police will also keep an eye on alcohol. For this, a special team of more than 1000 policemen has been formed, which will patrol in parks besides hotels.