Full Lock down Extended till June 07 without Relaxation, Tamil Nadu government Announced: The existing curfew in Tamil Nadu will be extended for another week, till June 7. M K Stalin, the Chief Minister, gave the order. Every day, more than 33,000 people in Tamil Nadu are diagnosed with corona infection, with more than 400 of them dying.
To prevent this, the first full curfew was established on May 10. It was announced that it would be in effect from May 24 to May 31, with no further changes. During this time, all shops (excluding pharmacies) were prohibited from opening. M K Stalin, the Chief Minister, met with top officials from critical departments yesterday to discuss the possibility of extending the present curfew. In this regard, Chief Minister M K Stalin has declared that the current curfew will be prolonged until June 7 at 6 a.m.
It is also possible to deliver things ordered by clients directly online or over the phone between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Furthermore, it has been suggested that, as is the case now, vegetables and fruits will be sold directly to families via carts. The general people are being requested to follow the government’s regulatory laws.
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