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Gujarat government imposes night curfew in Ahmedabad starting tomorrow as Covid-19 cases rise
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Ahmedabad, the Gujarat administration on Thursday decided to impose night curfew in the state’s largest city. The government said the curfew will be in place daily starting tomorrow from 9 pm to 6 am. The preventive measure will remain in place till the COVID-19 situation improves in the state.

The government on Friday also announced a night curfew between 9pm and 6am in Surat, Rajkot and Vadodara from Saturday. A night curfew has been already announced in Ahmedabad from 9 pm next Monday. In addition, a 57-hour weekend curfew would begin from 9 pm in the city on Friday night and end at 6 am on November 23.

Rupani said the sudden spike in the cases were because of Diwali and related activities as well as the onset of winter. Diwali festivities are a week-long affair in Gujarat, and stretch till Labh Pancham (this year, it ended on Thursday). It saw thousands of people thronging markets, malls and streets. In fact, all appeals by authorities to avoid bursting firecrackers fell on deaf ears.

“The blame [for surge in cases] surely lies with the carelessness of the people at large; there was no sense of responsibility at all. But this is also because a tough and clear message has not gone from the Gujarat government,” said Dr Mona Desai, president of the Ahmedabad branch of the Indian Medical Association.

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